Friday, February 25, 2011

Law Of Attraction: Do You Know About The Power Of Flow?

Flow is the quality of ease that can be integrated into a life to give it the look and feel of almost effortless achievement. It's not as elusive as it may seem. We all know people who go through life attracting opportunity after opportunity; or those who have a knack for being at the right place at the right time to connect with the right people.

These people seem unusually lucky; life seems to favor them but in reality they have turned synchronicity and attraction into a habit where most people experience them in random fashion. Our culture has been programmed to link struggle with valor and so the tendency is to unconsciously choose struggle over ease.

This struggle mentality validates the assumptions that life is hard and you have to work hard to get make ends meet or to get ahead. It places the under-achiever in declivity while setting the high performance achiever up for burnout. This struggle mentality is a sickness that is perpetuated by both the unsuccessful and the successful. There is a high price attached to success that is adrenaline-based; there is this unending pressure to go faster, work harder, jump higher, sleep less, and do more. This model of success is very unattractive, very expensive, and is simply a more glamorous form of failure.

The high performance achiever may be relentless at first, but eventually as the burn intensifies, they begin to ask themselves, "Is this all there is?" There is a better way that leads to success that can be achieved and sustained without amputating other important aspects of yourself and your life.

Steven Lane Taylor, author of the book Row, Row, Row Your Boat; A Guide for Living Life in the Divine Flow", suggests that we can intentionally tap into the flow of life's benevolent energy. When we do, we begin to move gently toward our goals instead of racing past them like an Olympic runner being chased by a herd of frightened elephants. The high performance achiever is often the one who is most at risk in becoming trapped in the work harder, faster, longer paradigm.

In Steven's book, he uses the song "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" to provide a simple model for unlocking the mystery of flow.

Authored by Robin Harris, a coach, an author, an instructional designer, a certified TeleClass leader, and a spiritual entrepreneur. She draws her experience from 20 years in the technology industry, graduate studies in human development and growth, and she is a lifetime learner acquiring knowledge and wisdom from a variety of spiritual studies. She offers group and individual coaching and designs instructional programs that help people achieve maximum results while developing their potential. She is a Certified Provider of the Highlands Ability Battery® and a DesignerLife Coach, as well as the founder of Designerlife Coaching and the recently launched Designerlife Learning Cafe.


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2 Bubbles:

Oh my wenny!!! I think you're my soulmate! I'll refer this blog to my friend tishie! We're believers of the law of attraction as well following our "THE SECRET" reading adventure. I love the e-books available in your blog. YOU'RE THE BEST. Hope you know that :) *sigh* you made my day! :) Check out T. Harv Eker's book, "Secrets of the Millionaires Mind"...even books of millionaire entrepreneurs, Robert Kiyosaki and Donald Trump have undertones of this philosophy as well :)

Hi Roma, firstly thank you so much for your words of encouragement. It has certainly made my day!

I'm sure you'll agree that many do not realise that they are practising LOA. They'd rather call it coincidences or luck or fate. But end of the day, it's still their own doing irrespective it's good or bad stuffs they're attracting. All successful people are definitely practising LOA despite whatever term they call it, write or preach.

I am so glad we have found each other and share the same passion. Cheers!!!