Today was supposed to be day 5 and I should be telling you all about manifesting money but as it turns out I couldn’t find anytime to do day 5 so I instead of skipping a post I decided to talk trough the emotional aspect of doing this challenge and blogging about it everyday.
Today I found my first little bump on this journey, my motivation is decreasing a little bit. I can barely do the magic practises because I have to wake up really early and go to class so I can’t do the exercises with the time it requires.
Also it’s very hard to keep a positive mind-set, be grateful for certain people in my life and don’t think bad thoughts about them when they are always in a bad mood and angry all the time.
Today I found myself crying almost all of the afternoon with this heavy feel of frustration that quickly transformed itself in a big wave of sadness. It feels like I’m constantly being tested, there’s always something that’s in the way of my happiness. I’m not giving up but this blog is about my journey and I feel the need to be honest with you always.
This is the second part on my series about the “Law of Attraction”. In the last post we talked about what this law is all about and what science had to say about it.
This post is for those who want to maybe try it out or are already users of these method but need a little freshen up. I’ll be covering from a very summarized perspective on how to make this “law” work.
Before you click out of this post just read me out. I consider myself a women of science I am a biologist and a vet student, but there’s no denying that somethings we cannot explain.
The concept of law of attraction came to me trough a friend, this friend is a huge believer in spiritualism and all of that realm. When she talked about it I would usually just nod politely and pretend to understand it. But I didn’t and to be quite honest that dimension really scared me and I didn’t want anything to do with it.