I’ve always been a little cynical about the whole ‘attract it and it’ll come’ view of the world. After all, I’ve been thinking positive thoughts about Mercedes Benz cars coming my way for decades now and I haven’t seen one in my driveway yet.
In fact my driveway is a tad empty currently. Our faithful old vehicle was scrapped by the insurance company after an unfortunate accident back in May and we’ve been struggling to find a replacement car ever since.
So this morning I needed to crank up Shank’s Pony and head over to The Marina for an appointment. Despite having to walk, I couldn’t help but admire the day.
Spring is indeed on its way as the freesias in the garden have been whispering for weeks now.
This was the view on my morning walk. Not bad really.
And as I walked I came across half of the seaside suburb out on their constitutionals. Some were jogging in the sunshine, others were walking pooches of all shapes and sizes, and yet others were doing their morning Tai Chi or some other complicated Asian exercise. We may not have all been doing the Sun pose, but we were all saluting the sun.
As I walked fifteen groups of people smiled and wished me ‘Good Morning.’ By the time I’d walked the 1 km or so to The Marina, I really felt it was.
Maybe there’s something in this attract good things into your life thing. Not to mention its sister belief – speak it into being. It bodes well for the other belief relative – the vision board. I might have to get into that on the weekend.
Have you ever had success with vision boards, positive affirmations or anything akin to those ideas? Magic? Faith? or Bunkum?