Time is our most valuable resource.
We only get so much (in this lifetime anyway) and once you use it, it’s gone.
You can’t go to the time bank and take more out or save some extra time for a rainy day, you only get what you get and you don’t even get to know how much that is!
Yet, we use it so carelessly.
I know people who won’t spend a dime without serious thought and speculation, but when it comes to time it’s like a free for all.
You may have thought this article was going to be about Facebook and cellphones and yes they can most definitely be considered time wasters, but what we don’t realize is how many things we do unconsciously that waste our precious time.
Have you ever walked into a nice restaurant with great atmosphere and experienced a change in your vibe?
You may have even start acting differently than you normally would.
The same thing happens if you walk into an overcrowded, loud, disgustingly dirty place and you instantly feel annoyed and pissed off.
The environment that surrounds you plays a HUGE role in how you feel which results in what you’re attracting (or NOT attracting) into your life.
So imagine how your home or office, where you spend MOST of your life, could be affecting you.
You know who she is.
She’s got it all. She’s expressed and free. Making beaucoup bucks, changing lives one by one and she looks gorgeous with her damn green juice on Instagram while doing it.
It appears that she knows exactly what she wants, she’s crystal clear about her place in this world. Who she is and why she’s here, but every time you get a glimpse of what’s up next for her you feel deflated and find yourself seething inside.
I’ve been there and it’s an awful, uncomfortable feeling.
It made me feel small and it sucked every last bit of inspiration out of my bones. I began to feel lost, like I no longer knew what I wanted for me.
What I thought was the right thing seemed far away, fuzzy and grey and that fierce passion and motivation that was propelling me forward dried up and fizzled out in less time than it takes for a quick scroll through my newsfeed.
No bones about it, it was a clear cut case of jealousy.
But what if instead of throwing your iPhone across the room there was a way to make jealousy work for you?
Have you ever been trying to manifest more money, but it comes from an unexpected source and you’re not sure accepting it would be in your best interest?
I know I’ve been there…
On one hand you WANT to accept it SO bad! Free, easy money in your face!
But at the same time you’re left wondering if that would be the “right” thing to do, or worse, could it hurt your chances of bringing in more money after the fact?
Have you ever wanted something sooooOO bad, except it was for someone else?
Maybe you watched your loved one drown in a sea of debt after they lost their job. Or maybe they have health issues you wish you could help them heal. Maybe your best friend is in an awful relationship and you want to find her a new man who treats her the way YOU feel she should be treated.
Today I’m answering a question that comes up a lot:
Is it possible to use the law of attraction to manifest something for someone else?