Reflecting on my last post, I realized that when I moved to Seattle, everything fell into place quickly. I sold my house in New Mexico. (That really was effortless! Someone heard I was moving and said, “Name your price.”) My friends helped me find a terrific apartment; actually, I went online and asked them to check out a couple of places for me. This one has been so wonderful I’m still here and don’t want to mov e.
The moving van came on time. Nothing broke. The dog and cats held up well. My 6-year-old Toyota purred smoothly on the highways. In fact, I ended up having a reunion with an old friend along the way. She and her husband were travelling independently and we happened to have chosen different motels at the same exit. She came to visit me because I didn’t want to leave the animals alone in a hotel. (And yes…I found hotels and motels that accepted two cats and a dog. Nobody hid. I didn’t even pay extra.)
Was this Law of Attraction? Some of my friends would say so. Maybe they’re right.
But when you’re doing what’s right for you and you’re picking up signals from the environment, your actions will be effortless. I really believe that if you encounter a lot of struggle, you need to stop and ask, “What’s going on?” You may need a sounding board. I work with clients on career and relocation challenges. Christina Merkley uses a Law of Attraction approach that works on broader life issues.