Although I didn't know it at the time, I attracted my laptop using the Law of Attraction.
Back in early November of last year, the Dell desktop my wife won at her company Christmas party died. Not with a whimper, but with a bang. Literally.
It had caught about nine viruses, including a particularly insidious form of spyware whose modus operandi was to pop up ads for phony antivirus software.
Well, in the course of trying to fix the problem, the Dell's power supply blew a fuse, and with a loud pop, a tiny flash of flame from the back, and the smell of burnt plastic, she was gone. And so was my livelihood, for the time being.
It was time to go computer shopping. We had to. There were projects to finish, and more yet to take on.
Here's where my first experience with the Law of Attraction came into play.
For months I had been wanting a laptop. I would sit and think about it during my less busy moments, imagining what it would be like. How I could write from remote, exotic locations like coffee shops and parks. How my wife could surf while I got some work done.
Well, I got my wish, but at the expense of our desktop. This wasn't what I wanted, I thought. My point in having a laptop was so that we could have TWO computers!
Well, long story short, but the Dell is all better now, and for the moment, virus free. And I am happily typing this missive on my Gateway laptop.
If there is a lesson on the Law of Attraction here, it is this:
Think about what you want. I wanted a laptop.
Act as if you have already received it. I imagined myself typing on that thing almost every day for months.
Feel what it would be like to have this thing. I imagined how great it would be and how much it could help me leverage my limited time every day.
Take advantage of opportunities as they arise. The "opportunity" here was that our desktop died, and we had to do something. I was a little angry that the fates had not given me the laptop in some specifically pleasing way, but it all worked out. But be careful here. You don't want to be too general in what you ask for, but you don't want to get hung up on specifics either.
In other words, be careful what you wish for and how you wish for it.
I'm studying the Law of Attraction in earnest now, and hopefully, as time permits, I'll be able to share more of what I've learned with everyone who reads this blog.
Best of Continued Success,