Getting Into Alignment

My life over this past year has been proof that my thoughts and attitude determines my future.  I’ve experienced both the good and the bad, and upon reflecting on the outcomes, I discovered a common link: my perception.

Doubt, uncertainty, and worries are a natural part of the human condition, but you know what?  They don’t serve.

I’ve noticed that when I view the world as the beautiful place that it is, good things continually happen to me.  When I stop trying to control the outcome, I receive unexpected messages, meet kind people, find new opportunities, and feel better.  

It starts with focusing on how you want to feel and truly believing in what is in your heart.  Push logic aside, think about what your authentic self wants, and take action.

When I view this world as magical place and when I envision myself as free and prosperous, my life begins to flow.

I’ve been listening to a lot of Abraham Hicks these past couple of weeks and thought about Esther’s insight on getting into the “vortex.”  I used to focus so deeply on what I didn’t want, only to find a chaotic world around me.  

A friend of mine shared her experience about this the other day.  She told me that everyone doubted her as she applied for nursing school; she said everyone laughed and said she would never get in.  Despite her grades, she believed so deeply in her heart that she would get into one of the best schools here in Boston.  She did.  

If you’re in alignment with what is in your heart, and you truly believe in what your soul is telling you, the universe will deliver.  It’s plain and simple.  However, if you continually compare yourselves to others and try to fit into what society tells you, you’re no longer in alignment; you’re pushing your intuition aside and stepping out of the vortex that Abraham describes.

I’d love to hear any stories you have about the law of attraction working in your own lives.  Ask, believe, receive!

Today, I want to feel good, create, learn, and love.  Instead of focusing on the past or worrying about the future, I intend to follow my heart, open my arms to abundance, and listen to what the universe is trying to tell me. 

About Kristin Fehrman

Boston-based writer. Living beautifully at Mindful in Style.
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3 Responses to Getting Into Alignment

  1. Jerry says:

    “If I sit my own place of patience, what I need flows to means without any effort” Rumi

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  2. Jerry says:

    oops got that wrong, “If I sit in my own place of patience, what I need flows to me, and without pain”. Rumi

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