LOA Pro Tip: The Happy Button

It’s easy to overthink the law of attraction. With all the different techniques and teachers and advice, it can seem like a never-ending process. But if there is one thing you take away from all of this, it should be that you have complete control over the way you feel. 

You have a “happy button” that you can press whenever you want. Just think about being happy, imagine being happy and you’re there! This is all it takes to get everything you want – decide you’re going to be happy. Insist upon it and watch how the universe delivers to you things you want before you even know you want them.

It really is that simple because the universe can only reflect back to you what you’re radiating. As you radiate love and ease, the universe delivers to you forms of love (i.e. what you desire, what feels good to you, etc.) in an easy way! And vice verse, the harder you are on yourself about doing this work, the more the universe will demonstrate how hard it is. So even the process itself is within your control.

So what’re you waiting for? Smile for no reason. Press the happy button!


LOA Pro-Tip: How vs. What

In the law of attraction we often talk about not worrying about the “how”. You’re supposed to identify WHAT you want and allow the Universe to figure out the HOW from a gazillion different possibilities. Here’s the difference:

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Raising Your Vibration from the Ground Up

You know all the principles. You understand different techniques to raise your vibration, but the thing is, you don’t feel motivated to feel better at all. It feels much better not to deal with it, but you still aren’t feeling great, or even good for that matter! You don’t want to be where you are anymore, but you just feel downright stuck in your low vibes. How do you raise your vibration from here without letting it pull you under? If you’re asking yourself this question (hell, even if you’re not), this is for you.

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When we don’t love ourselves, we are disconnected. Constantly, we seek approval from others, but it is never received, and if it is, it is not enough. We discount it in one way or another, either by deciding that the person who has given you approval is not worthy of love, either, and so how can they say that we are? Or by twisting it in our minds over and over again, wondering if they were being serious after all, or making fun of us behind our backs. (This is one that I am very familiar with, as I’ve been told I have a sarcastic tone).

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