Law of Attraction. Not a dirty word!
If you didn’t come to the Afternoon Booster on Saturday, you missed a treat!
We had a great time with many wonderful questions and plenty of Aha-moments. I love seeing people’s faces light up when they have an insight! And of course, there’s always time to chat over tea and biscuits.
Included in the afternoon was a ‘To Do List’ which everyone found helpful. And top of the To Do List is Responsibility!
If you’re aware of how the law of attraction works, you know that nothing can happen to you – you have created everything even though you’re not aware of it.
Before we can change our lives, we have to take Responsibility for them.
Some words have strong connotations for us, and ‘responsibility’ is one of them. Can you hear your mother saying ‘So… Who’s responsible for this’ ringing in your head?
Somehow to many of us, responsibility is like a dirty word.
It can be if you consider what you’re doing as a heavy responsibility – a duty or an obligation. Then you’re doing what you’re doing for the wrong reasons.
But it can be the most liberating word.
I’ve received a lovely email from one of the participants at the Booster Afternoon, to say thank you for a wonderful, inspiring event. And she mentioned an insight she had about responsibility. I’d like to share it with you.
‘The workshop has made me think a lot about responsibility. I thought that taking the blame for things that have happened, was me taking responsibility for my life, but I now see that taking responsibility is also about what is going to happen and not just what has happened.
‘I have been stuck thinking that taking responsibility was a reactive thing but it’s actually a proactive, ongoing process’.
And another point I discussed on Saturday afternoon was Commitment.
We often talk about commitment regarding relationships.
Have you thought that to create what you want in your life, you have to make a commitment to your future? The same sort of dedicated commitment you’d make in a relationship?
You have to accept the responsibility to take your life forward and be committed to moving towards your goal – one step at a time – every day.
Creating a new life is not hard work, it is fun! Set your intention; accept the responsibility – ‘it’s my life and this is how I want to live it’ – and have fun getting there.
Responsibility is not a dirty word – it’s a liberating one. Its freedom.