I have mentioned the Law of Attraction time and again. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. This book has 365 ways (or days if you wish) of info. I will post some things if I think them relevant to positivity. Mainly that is what I am more interested in.
I understand the law of attraction. What you project out into the universe you draw to you. Think positive thoughts and you will attract positive people and things to you. Project the bad thoughts and that is what you will attract. As someone put it, whining about my pain and unhappiness will just draw more towards me. I understand this, but it is very hard not to think negative thoughts when your life basically sucks and my pain is unbearable.
I have had many discussions with my dad about these subjects and a lot of other ones many of you may not believe in. And that’s ok, we are all different and have different beliefs.
Part of me wonders if I am being punished for something I did in a past life. Then again it could be this life. I have done some things that I knew were morally wrong and I feel wicked at times for having lived through some of the things I did in my life.
God has a plan for us and mine isn’t particularly pleasant this time around (if you believe in re-incarnation). And from what I have learned we will relive certain lives until we have learned the lessons God has set out for us. You will repeat a lesson until you learn it.
God bless us all!
Tessa – advocate for mental health and invisible illnesses, also devout Christian
This is something different. (Part dream, part reality, I was bullied as a child)
The beautiful little fairy/pixie got dressed for the morning at school. She dreaded this because the other fairies were so mean to her. She was freshly cleaned and nicely dressed, but they still didn’t like her unless she let them copy her schoolwork.
She flew over to the area where they held school and settled on a branch as far away as she could while still being able to hear the teachers.
The murmuring started among her fellow fairies. “Give us your homework, NOW!” they yelled in unison. They grabbed her and held her down trying to get the homework from her.
I couldn’t watch the poor fairy being bullied anymore and I stepped in, lifted my arm and prepared to save the poor thing.
“Wait! Vengeance is mine,” sayeth the Lord! (Romans 12:19)
I lowered my arm, ashamed at what I had planned to do. I was just as bad as the other fairies.
(“I heard the shout loud and clear – I was awake by then. Jesus was reminding me of the bad thoughts I had for vengeance and reminding me it was his job.”) I tried to punish my ex-husband for what he did to me, but the Lord was reminding me it was not my place to do the punishment and I wished he had gotten there sooner and not let me try to punish my ex-husband. I hurt others in the process.
Thank you for reminding me that vengeance is yours. It is not my job to punish anyone. Sometimes I need reminding.
The Lord God is a sun and shield; the Lord gives grace and glory; no good thing does He withhold from those that walk uprightly.
As you wait for God to fulfill his promises to you, the thought may enter your mind that you are not good enough for God to give you what you want. He is preparing you to be ready for his plan to be carried out.
Thank you for loving me. You are so wise and kind, so I will wait for you.