I’ve been guilty of it and I’ve seen others do the same. We pray or ask for gifts from the Universe and yet we continue to behave as if we’re in a state of not having it or still in a state of want. For example, I know a few guys who talk about wanting to be in a relationship and settle down but are still having the time of their lives with other women. Now while they’re free to do as they please, they’re fooling themselves into thinking that they can continue with that behaviour and when that person comes, then they’ll immediately change or behave. As was mentioned in a previous post “The Art of Being“, It is a philosophy of being today, instead of “becoming” in a tomorrow that never comes. It is following the maxim of Shakespeare: “Assume a virtue though you have it not… knowing that the dynamic power of habit can build it into your character”. We have to become that person, the situation we want, is best suited for. For anything we want, we have to conduct ourselves as if we’re already in possession of that said thing in order to attract it to ourselves. Obviously this is easier said than done.
To conduct yourself as if you’re in your dream job when you’re quite unhappy with your current employment or to act as if you’re committed to someone when you’re clearly single may seem a bit challenging for most or even a bit crazy. It’s important to remember that LIKE attracts LIKE. As stated on Mind Your Reality…You attract to yourself that which you are in vibrational harmony with, not that which you long for or even deserve. Your dominant frequency is determined by your dominant mental attitude, which itself is determined by your habitual thoughts and beliefs. Simply put, a positive mental attitude attracts positive experiences and circumstances while a negative mental attitude attracts those conditions that we deem negative or unwanted. To consciously attract anything you want to experience into your life, you must need it, not simply desire, that which you want. To need something is to have a purpose for it and when something has a big enough purpose, it becomes a necessity rather than a luxury.