How to avoid the biggest pitfall with the Law of Attraction

If you are in a job you don’t like, or in a relationship that doesn’t really work, or you would like to have more money, the Law of Attraction is very appealing as a means to change your circumstances. You might have tried so and maybe even succeeded. But probably only for a while.

It might seem as if the Law of Attraction sometimes works miracle for you, but only for a specific duration of time. If that’s the case, you might have fallen in the biggest pitfall regarding the Law of Attraction.

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How we screw ourselves unknowingly and 3 ways to undo it.

Photo by Aditya Saxena on Unsplash

Aren’t you tired of trying so hard? Of pretending all is fine while deep down you feel lost, scared and frustrated? Do you want to stop questioning yourself and doubting yourself?

Then I want to ask you a few more questions.

Have you ever thought about how you were born? I mean, not the physical act of “how to make a baby”, but the metaphysical act of you emerging in this world?

How do your cells know what to do and when? Where is your character traits when you are either kicking and moving a lot or when you are more of a relaxed type in the womb? How do you, when you’re in the womb, decide to move or kick? How do you decide to relax?

Where does your intention come from? It’s already there, but where? Are you already aware of that intention?

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What do horseback riding and motorcycles have to do with spirituality?

When I was in my twenties I had a boyfriend with a motorcycle. I still remember the very first time I rode with him on the back of the motorcycle.

I still see us approaching a roundabout and taking the first turn on the roundabout….the way the motorcycle moved under me, going from right to left, got me hooked in a second.

I fell in love with riding a motorcycle.

So I started with my own driver’s license. And that says a lot because at that time my fear of failure was still very much present. I was still very anxious, nervous and insecure. And practicing for my car driver’s license was a somewhat traumatic event for me.

So doing this said a lot about my love for motors.

But, I wasn’t free from that fear of failure and many times I froze.

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Always be yourself. Unless you can be a unicorn. Then always be a unicorn.

Today I saw a post by a friend about “authenticity”. It was a very fierce post about being authentic and therefore true to oneself.

I also watched a youtube video of a girl on America’s got talent and she said: “no one gets me” (she’s very talented and unique in what she does and she’s only 13).

(yes, I was procrastinating and numbnessly scrolling until I got the inspiration for this post. I wasn’t that conscious of what I was doing  )

I do believe we all have a longing to be our true self even though we might not be conscious of it.

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How to be okay with not feeling okay.

Picture by me on my morning walk.

The past few weeks have been tough on me. I had a lot on my plate. Too much actually. I had too little time to recuperate and too little time to myself. In the beginning, it was okay but after a week or so I could feel the change happening. I started going from feeling and being okay to feeling and being not okay.

I felt it in my body. Tiredness setting in. When I got up, my eyes felt heavy, my mind still busy with my dreams, getting up earlier than I feel was good for me at that time.

I sensed it in my behavior. Reverting back to the essentials that needed to be done. Doing the basics and no more.

I observed it in the discrepancy between my desires and capabilities at this time. I desire to do more than I can. I desire to go to that class with friends. I desire to make that healthy meal. I desire to do my yoga practice.

But all I can is lie on the couch and watch Netflix in my spare time (Netflix is not a necessity though, but a choice 😉 )

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