Here’s something I never, ever realized before learning about the Law of Attraction Tip: Things can take care of themselves!
Believe it or not, this is true.
What a relief for me! I used to believe that I had to work very hard to get what I wanted, to solve problems, or to make things happen. I broke my back week after week with chores, errands, and the general micromanaging of my life.
As a result, I was tired and chronically stressed-out.
However, this way of living doesn’t have to be the case.
As it turns out, you really only “have” to do the things you believe you have to do. After all, with the Law of Attraction, your reality is constructed by your beliefs. So if you believe you MUST work hard on a problem to solve it, that will be the case. You will live in a reality where your hard work appears to be required of you around every turn.
However, if you alter your belief to say “I believe this problem can solve itself,” this new belief will show itself in your reality instead.
I’ve seen this now time and again in my reality. Problems suddenly are no longer problems. Things I have to do suddenly do themselves, or someone unexpectedly does them for me. Work I really didn’t want to do evaporates into thin air and allows me the time to do what I want to do instead.
For the hard workers out there…
Now, for my type-A-perfectionist friends, I know this may be a bit of a mind-bender. After all, if you are used to doing all the work to get things “just right,” the idea of letting go and allowing things to take care of themselves may seem uncomfortable (to say the least!).
But please, bear with me.
As always, the Law of Attraction works on momentum, meaning it pays to start small. So if this idea intrigues you, begin with the small stuff. The small stuff will be much easier for you to let go of initially.
Here are a few suggestions to start small:
First off, if you find yourself combing all over your house for something inconsequential (like a small toy), toss it up to the Universe/God/Spirit/Your Higher Self (or however you’d like to phrase it).
Say “I’d like you to find this for me instead.” Then, move on with your day.
The more you practice this one, the more you’ll find the universe just delivers your lost items to you without your having to hunt for them. They’ll just show up.
The Law of Attraction states that whatever you focus on, think about, read about, and talk about intensely, you’re going to attract more of into your life. – Jack Canfield
If you find yourself at the grocery store without your shopping list, toss it up to the universe. Say “I’d like for you to remind me of what I need as I pass by it in the store.” Then, relax and move on with your shopping trip.
The more frequently you practice this one, the more frequently you’ll find that you can walk into a store and be led to exactly what you want/need without your having to micromanage the process.
You may find that at some point you no longer even write grocery lists (at least, I know I don’t anymore!).
Pick small tasks like these to hand over to the universe to handle for you. Instead of forcing yourself to be the work-horse of your own life, allow a lot of the day-to-day to be managed by a more relaxed belief system.
Allow momentum to build
As you see this working on a smaller level, you will be encouraged to hand over your bigger problems and “to-dos.” This will amplify to the point where you have a lot more time to attend to the things you really want to be doing in life.
The payoff? Greater life fulfillment, and the ability to do the things you want to do when you want to do them.
So remember, things can take care of themselves, so why not let them? There’s just no need to spend the bulk of your life killing yourself on tasks you don’t enjoy.
If you believe the universe can take care of it for you, it will. Spend time cultivating the belief that things can take care of themselves. I promise it will pay off in spades for you.