No Coincidence

I was thrilled to see dozens of dolphins frolicking in the ocean last week.  It was an exciting event and my first thought was how lucky I was for walking over to the beach at just the right time.  Then I had a revelation; I realized it actually had nothing to do with luck; it was the universe offering another classic example of its serendipitous synchronicity. I know now that the dolphins and I attract each other and that every encounter is by divine design. I appreciate them even more, knowing that our energies are in sync and they consistently come to remind me of that.

The law of attraction is a powerful force and a universal principle of life.  Rooted in quantum physics, this theory of resonance, the fact that what we focus on expands and that our intentions attract our experiences is foreign to most people and difficult for even believers to grasp.  Even I, who made a D in physics, am challenged by the concept that I create my own reality, in spite of the fact that I have seen it first hand, and know the power of mastering manifestation.

Have you ever felt like you lucked out by being at the right place at the right time?  Did you consider it a coincidence?  When you realize there really are no coincidences you become more conscious of how the universe responds to your requests.  The challenge is most folks do not make direct requests, many don’t even know what they want in life.  People don’t realize the power of their thoughts, the impact of their feelings and patterns of their actions, rarely accepting responsibility for what they attract.

Be aware of your thoughts, because they become words.  Choose your words carefully as they become actions.  Evaluate your actions because they evolve to habits.  Study your habits, as they create your character.  And craft your character because it determines your destiny.   

Consider relationships within the same context. With whom do you enjoy spending time with? Who do you most look forward to seeing and how do they impact your being?   We attract similar energies. While our favorite friends tend to fan and fuel our flame, some snuff it out. There is a lot of truth to the old adage ‘tell me who your friends are and I can tell a lot about you’.   I visited my favorite family YMCA on my recent trip to the mainland.  On my way out, I picked up my inspiration for the day from the bible basket; filled with colored slips of paper, each with a special scripture inscribed.  I was not at all surprised to receive this message:   I went out to find a friend but could not find one there.  I went out to be a friend and found them everywhere.  I think you get the point.


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