The Law of Attraction states that you create what you think about. If you become aware of this law and begin to work with it, then your thoughts become conscious intent. Why, oh why, then does it seem that we keep getting the same old events in our life instead of what we want to bring in?
The problem could lie in the five senses of perception. Through the five senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell, we bring in information that is interpreted in a particular part of the brain. This sensory interpretation center’s task is to coordinate the information into a cohesive whole. When there isn’t cohesiveness we can spin out in disorientation. A simple example is our sight. The brain takes what we see from two eyes and makes it into one vision instead of two.
The interpretation center uses stored information in other parts of the brain to help it with its interpretations. This creates a “perceiving everything the same” attitude. The hypothalamus which lies near this center, stores trauma information. If the sensory integration center only relies on the hypothalamus for information, then we will continue to perceive every response to us as some form of trauma.
To counter the brain’s shortcut mechanisms of using stored information to interpret our world, we can use our frontal lobe (the thinking part of our brain) to perceive in new ways. When you have a conscious intent for something in your life such as a new job, new car, or higher income, then consciously choose to perceive anything that supports that intent.
In quantum physics, this is called observer-based reality. What quantum physicists noticed is that when they observe a quantum particle, it became exactly what the observer expects it to become. I simply call it “Making Myself Right.” That means I adopt the attitude that, of course!, the Universe is responding to my intention. Why would it not?! Then I look for the signs that my intention is manifesting.
Although some people call this magical thinking, this simple but profound mental attitude energetically realigns, or reprograms your sensory integration center to a reality that includes your intention.
It also helps me avoid being attached to a certain form for my intention. When I’m looking for signs I’m never quite sure how or in what form the signs will shop up. Maybe somebody around me speaks about my intention, without any prompting on my part. Or maybe I find a smaller version of what my intention is about. Whatever the form I allow myself to be hyperalert for those signs (like a kid waiting for signs that Christmas is coming).
Here are the steps I go through for Making Myself Right.
- I start with the chosen belief that the universe is responding to my intentions at all times.
- I clarify my intention. What exactly do I want?
- I check in with my heart and calibrate it (clear it) of any lower vibrational emotions.
- I link my mind and heart with the intention.
- I release it to the universe.
- I spend the next few days, week, months (depending on the size of the intention) looking for the signs that “make me right” (referring to step 1).
- After each sign, I acknowledge the response of the universe with gratitude and appreciation.
If done in the spirit of play and fun, making yourself right reprograms your sensory integration/interpretation center for expanded possibilities.
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