When the Law of Attraction “isn’t working”

How do you know if the Law of Attraction (LOA) is “working”? How will you know that you are starting to manifest your greatest desires?

I’m a member of a Facebook group that talks about manifesting these great desires, and I often see posts from people saying “Oh I’ve done everything I’m supposed to do but nothing is happening.” or “Why haven’t I manifested what I want yet? I’ve been doing this stuff for ages!”

I cringe every time I see these posts, and do you want to know why? Those words are repelling everything they’ve spent so much of their time trying to attract or manifest!

Here’s the thing…

The LOA is working all of the time, day and night. It attracts what you want, it attracts what you don’t want, depending on your state of mind and your subconscious thoughts.

Some people seem to think that if they write down their desires enough times and visualise enough times, they’ll get what they want, and when it doesn’t, they get frustrated and say “it doesn’t work!”. Hmmmm…

One thing that most of these people don’t realise, is that if you’re clinging desperately to getting what it is you desire, you’re actually coming from a place of lack! Do you know what that means? Yes! You will attract more lack!

So how do we get the things we want in life? How do we get the LOA to work for us? These simple steps will send you on your way!

  1. Decide what you want
  2. Write down your desire, in present tense, as though you had already received it and look at it every day
  3. Visualise yourself with whatever it is you desire, daily
  4. Take action to help you get closer to your goal
  5. Trust that the Universe will deliver what you have asked for, or something better, when you are ready to receive it!

Sometimes we think we want something, without realising that there is something (or someone) better out there, but trusting that this or something better is coming our way, will bring it your way when it’s supposed to come your way.

The bottom line here is that you’ve got to be ok with not getting what it is you desire, even if you want it, and you have to trust that it will manifest in its own time.

Years ago I was buying a house, and I was having a lot of trouble securing a loan to buy it. I eventually got sick of having to jump through so many hoops, so I started to consider my other options. I could rent a house elsewhere, which would be much nicer than the house I was buying, for example. So I had a Plan B!

As soon as I was ok with my Plan B, guess what happened? My loan was approved! Funny that!

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