|09-29-2011, 02:56 PM||#31 (permalink)|
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Join Date: May 2008
For me, it seems to not matter what I am feeling necessarily, but I am always shocked by how wonderfully things work out, and usually at the last moment. It seems to be independent of my feeling.
However, the positive aspect to this is that I've completely stopped worrying about things. I realize that it is going to be worked out either way, so it is pointless to worry. And, quite often without having to do much, it is resolved outside of my own control.
I don't know if I'm always ridiculously happy, but I'm optimistic and confident that things will work.
|09-29-2011, 03:27 PM||#32 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2011
Feelings just show you the direction you are going. And when you are CONSISTENTLY feeling good over a long period of time it's less and less likely that negative stuff happens. But if you are only feeling good from time to time and the negative stuff is as active as the positive stuff, then anything can happen.
You can feel happy that you only got wet and not run over by a car in the rain, but still you are wet and that's not what you wanted. So I'd say that being 'happy' how it is used in LOA is a conditional thing.
Last edited by Reefs; 09-29-2011 at 03:30 PM.
|09-29-2011, 09:16 PM||#33 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2007
I have experienced times when things went just like the original post said, "feel happy and attract more reasons to be happy", and I believe it is a factor in the LOA, especially in a passive sense, but when we try to attract specific things it is only part of the equation..
Behind most desires there hides another desire and when followed far enough back the basic desire is a feeling...not a thing. So ultimately we get things to feel a certain way, for many people that desire is to "feel happy". When they lock into that vibration, however they choose to, they will attract more things to make them happy. It's worth mentioning that as we become aware of and develop beliefs and expectations about this it become more pronounced.
Feeling gratitude works in the same way, enumerating things you are grateful for generally elicits feelings of gratitude, which attracts more things to be grateful for, as your skills in this area gets better you learn to be grateful for things that are "on the way" which hastens their arrival.
My experience tells me the "feeling" aspect is important and useful...but not exclusive. Many other factors are at work creating our lives, certainly some we are not aware of yet, but many we are. Belief, expectancy, the spoken word, symbols and the unconscious mind, egregores, gods, and spiritual entities to name a few.
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