A Magic Window
The snow is falling. In fact it has been for over a week now. I think that hot chocolate might be a more appropriate drink to have while we chat about the Law of Attraction.
I love Christmas. On a recent television programme, someone mentioned a ‘magic window’ and I thought ‘that’s what Christmas is for young children’. There is a sparkle and enchantment about Christmas for youngsters. They not only believe, but know that magic and miracles are part of life. (Think of the success of Harry Potter).
Children look at Christmas through a ‘magic window’ where everything is possible and they send out their dreams and the ‘law of attraction’ (on this occasion, in the shape of a large, fat man in a strange red suit and hat that comes down the chimney), delivers their wishes under the tree, all wrapped up with pretty paper and ribbons, on 25th December. Life is wonderful!
And life is wonderful when you consciously work with the Law of Attraction; you can look through the ‘magic window’ of your imagination, to create the dreams and wishes you have for your life. You can dream, imagine everything you want into being. See and feel the excitement and thrill of a child as you create what you want. Then either let your dreams drift away like bubbles or hold the resonance of excited anticipation, until they are delivered to you – maybe even before the 25th December. (But if your dream delivery is brought by a large, fat man in a strange red suit and hat, down a chimney – please do let me know at once!)
The world is in need of your dreams. Dream dreams for yourself; for those you love and for the world and send them off with love and hope for a good year to come.