“Your entire life is what you have imagined it to be. Everything you have or don’t have, every situation and circumstance of your life is what you have imagined it to be. The problem is that many people imagine the worst! They’re turning the most wonderful tool against themselves.” – Rhonda Byrne
A woman who struggled in applying for jobs focused too much on what she didn’t have. But when she changed her attitude and expectations and began living her life as if she did have a great job, things suddenly changed for her.
Another man who applied for over 75 positions with no offers began changing how he was spending his “thinking time.” When he changed from frustration to imagining what his new office would look like and the colleagues that he would soon have, he then started receiving requests for interviews and eventually an offer for his dream job.
These insights from the book The Power by Rhonda Byrne are certainly awe-inspiring. The challenge is taking them seriously. Now, hear me out. I’m all about the Law of Attraction, good karma and the principle that you receive in return what you put out in the universe.
The idea seems too simple and too easy to be true.
Skeptics consider the Law of Attraction ridiculous without verifiable proof.
Still we see it over and over again at work in our daily lives. Think about how many times you’ve put forth your best, with purely positive intentions, and attracted ideal connections and/or opportunities.
There seems to be this critical piece of pure intention. It’s almost the secret sauce if you will. Without it, it’s impossible to get the Law of Attraction to bring you what you want.
I recently worked with an individual who believed she was very positive in her approach and had done everything that she should do to attract the ideal opportunity to her doorstep. But there was some severe negativity in her attitude. You could honestly tell the bitterness pulsing from her. I wasn’t the only one experiencing her disdain. This is probably karmic proof that she was missing the key ingredient of purely positive intentions (heart, mind and soul).
I’m not saying this is easy and I’m not saying that I have this mastered. Oh boy, no. What I am saying is that there is something here worth considering.
Wouldn’t you agree?
How to Be Career Happy? Employ Some Purely Positive Intentions.