The Law Of Attraction

Today I'm reflecting on this thought:

I've heard it said a few other ways as well;
no matter how we say it, it rings true.

What we appreciate appreciates.

Consider the day I went for a test drive in that light blue Odyssey.
I'd never seen one that color before.
In fact, I thought it might well be one-of-a-kind.
I was so excited for our unique, pretty find.
Imagine my shock to see three vans that exact same color
on our drive home from the dealership.
Perhaps something like this has happened to you, too.
It's called the Law of Attraction.
And if it works when we're not intentionally looking for it, 
just imagine how much better it could work when we are.

What we focus on, we get more of.

What if we focused on our strengths instead of our weaknesses?
What if we focused on our blessings instead of our burdens?
What if we focused on what we have instead of what we lack?

Energy flows where attention goes.

What if, for example, we focused on the graduates at Notre Dame who did stay for their Commencement speech instead of those who walked out? What difference might that make in how we feel about that event, that college, that school family, and maybe even other college-aged millennials? 

I'm not suggesting we pretend that bad stuff doesn't happen. But if we were to harness the power of positivity to promote what's good in our families, in our schools, in our communities, and in our country, our world could be a better place.

How might a Law of Attraction reframe help you?


  1. I'm wondering how this can help me in the classroom as well as with colleagues. It's so true.


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