Abundance consciousness is not the easy way, at least not at first. It requires commitment, focus and persistence. To practice, we re-train our minds to focus on what we desire, even as we acknowledge the reality of what-is. Eventually we reveal more ease, flow and grace in our loves. It’s the beauty way. ~ Socha
For years I have studied and practiced the law of attraction, first coming upon the concepts reading Florence Scover Shinn’s book, The Game of Life & How to Play it (published 1925) and later enjoying everything by Abraham Hicks. Even after years of practice, I still find that I need refreshers now and then. The point of my study in the law of attraction is to invite a life of ease, grace and flow by focusing my thoughts on what I desire to create rather than on what isn’t serving me in each moment. In other words, it’s based on the premise that thoughts become things, or that our external world is influenced by the quality of thoughts we hold in our internal world.
If only it were so easy! Our conscious minds, and the thoughts of which we are aware, constitute only about 5% of our brains’ operations. Another 95% of what we’re creating with our minds and thoughts is subconscious or unknown to us at any given time. As valuable as it is to have many programs open and operating in the background of our experience, these thoughts too create our reality for better or worse. Continue reading