It happens all the time. I get that thought, “I want (what that other person has)! Why don’t I have that?”
A day later it drops into my lap.
Let me give you some background:
In 2007 a friend of mine was being interviewed on ABC-TV. I immediately went into envy mode. I whined to myself, “I want to do that!”
The next morning I got a call: one of their guests had a last minute conflict, and I ended up taking their place on the interview.
But really, this happens ALL THE TIME. I’m thinking about why this works…
Shouldn’t whining and envy and self-pity be low vibration and repellant?
I think, perhaps, it works because
- I don’t obsess about this stuff.
- It plants an idea in my head of what’s possible.
- And the I DON’T WORK AT IT!
All I have to do is whine, resent that I don’t have something too, then MOVE ON.
And then be ready to do whatever must be done when the opportunity arises, but in the meanwhile focus on other stuff.
I think the magic is in the “moving on” part….
This approach hasn’t worked with romance, however. If it had, I’d be dating Clive Owen.
Any thoughts or comments on why this works?
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