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The vibration of curiosity

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Are you familiar with the “ask and you will recieive” concept?  The Law of Attraction perhaps?  Well, it works…it really works!  And having been working with it for some years now, I’d like to share a recent revelation.

Not too long ago, I asked for something very specific and it came into my life within 12 hours.  This experience was VERY exciting.  What it was is not important, but let’s just say that no one had ever offered this to me in my entire life UNTIL 12 hours after I asked the universe for it.  Coincidence? NO WAY!  When relating this story,  a good friend asked: “what were you feeling, when you requested that?”  I searched my feelings and thought …well, I was saying “YES” and was filled with curiosity, curiosity about the experience, wondering what it would be like to do this thing, etc.  So, he suggested that I continue with that formula.  YES (that’s a BIG Yes) + the emotion of curiosity.

Try this:

Think of something you want.  Now, let’s practice feeling the difference between “I want XYZ” or “I am curious about XYZ”.  Say them both to yourself and plug in your specific desire.  You may have to change the sentence structure but as long as the outcome is similar, it will work.   Okay, now say each:  “I want XYZ”, stop and feel how it feels.  Then say “I am curious about XYZ” and then stop and feel how different it feels.  Want vs. Curiosity. Do you feel it? What is the difference you feel?  To me curiosity feels like it’s filled with possibility and childlike energy.  It is filled with opportunity.

Try it next time you’re practicing deliberate intent!!!

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