The single greatest thing you could do in life is simply to love everything and everyone.Click to tweet
As cliche as it sounds, there is nothing better for your manifestations than love.
Yesterday I was reading a blog post, and judging the author a bit for horrendous spelling. It just looked really unprofessional to me.
But then I stopped for a minute, and decided to do my best to love that person. I let go of my disapproval for their writing, because actually the underlying message was pretty good. And then I just decided to send them a bit of love.
And the more I did that within myself, the better it felt. It became pretty addicting after a while, and this was just a person I had never even met or talked to before—just a random blogger on the internet.
Lester Levenson realized that he was in the highest state when he loved others unconditionally. It didn’t even need to be reciprocated: just the act of feeling unconditional love for another was enough.
The same can be extended to our situations in life. Can you love the amount of money you have? Can you love your relationship status? Can you love your body for the way it is now?
I promise that until you can love life as it is now, your current situation won’t be so apt to change. When you can simply love it as it is, then it is given the freedom to change almost instantaneously.
I invite you to send love to everything in life, just because you can. Send it especially to those things that you want to change. The want to change is the most disempowered place to come from. So, love it how it is now, then intend the change within yourself.
As you do that, you’ll notice everything changing for the better around you, without any effort whatsoever.
If you’d like to learn more about how to create effortless change in your life, register for my free webinar tonight, where I’ll show you how to use visualization and affirmations to create anything you want.
Just go here to register now: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9odd8m4ESbKFO9h37WKDrw
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