Whether it is called AHA moments or epiphanies, you don’t create these moments of realization but simply prepare yourself to receive what the Universe is trying to communicate to you. It is the law of attraction at work. When you released your powerful intentions to the Universe, your answers does not necessarily come exactly in the manner you wished for but in ways that the Universe deemed fit. These defining moments are delivered to you to help you change your perspective in life and make the conscious choices to live the life you had always wanted.
I love the law of attraction. Unknowingly, it has worked for me for years for the better and sadly for the worst too. However, discovering and learning to use it positively has certainly transformed my life. The results are fascinating. As I continually release my powerful intentions to the Universe, one important lesson I’ve picked up is to trust the Universe to know what’s best for me. The Universe may be giving you the insights on what you need to do to move forward in your life but you will have to notice and trust it. That’s why it is equally important to always keep an open mind towards the revelations you are receiving.
A general rule of thumb when you are making bold transformation to your life is to trust your own intuition or gut feeling that stems from your heart. The law of attraction won’t work! Your epiphanies won’t do you any good either unless you act on it. When you feel good about the actions you are about to take, your intuition is telling you that you are likely to be on the right track. Take one step at a time and the next AHA moment will come to you in due time to help you with your subsequent move.
When you believe in the law of attraction, you trust that the Universe is orchestrating everyone and everything into the right order so that the appropriate events can occur in everyone’s life. But you must also remember that nothing happens in your life without your permission. When you act, you are allowing the Universe’s plans to fall in place.
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