The law of attraction and how to manifest…

By November 27, 2014 December 1st, 2014 complementary therapy, holistic healing, law of attraction

It really is true that whatever you focus on, you create.

My daughter was visiting friends who had a wasps nest by their front door a few weeks ago. She arrived home to find me relaxing in the garden as it was a lovely sunny day. She asked me about wasps, their nests and what you do about them and she continued to talk about how much she dislikes wasps. I answered her questions and then proceeded to launch into childhood memories of mine which included how my mother would put marmalade on a saucer, wait until the wasps landed on the marmalade and they she took great delight in squashing them dead!

Anyway as we continued with our conversation I realised that there were now wasps in the garden, having really not seen any all year,and in a very short time we had lots of them…and I mean lots! There must have been 20 or 30 near us.

I suddenly realised what was happening. “We need to stop talking about wasps! Look at what we have manifested! That was fast!” I said.  We both focused on the garden being peaceful with just a few pretty butterflies and an occasional bumble bee and within minutes the wasps had disappeared and our garden was peaceful again.

But it does not end there. A couple of days later I was sharing the story of the wasps to a friend on the phone while looking at the garden. Lo and behold there they were again! I had not seen a single wasp in the interim but they were almost instantly back as soon as I began to talk about them again. I laughed and as soon as I finished my phone call I thanked the wasps for coming again.

This was really showing me how powerful we can be with our words and thoughts. I said they could go now and they did, quite quickly again. I then said out loud “my garden is a peaceful haven where I can be relaxed and calm”.

No more wasps!

This is an amazing example of how easy it is to manifest anything. It works for good and bad!

As I type this on my laptop it is October 21st and I am not near the garden, but I might just go and have a quick peep to see if they are back again…!