Something we can always count on in life is change.
Our body replaces itself every 7-10 years, while some of our more important cells renew more rapidly such as red blood cells that renew every 4 months, or the cells from out gut that renew every 4 days.
The Law of Attraction (LOA) is not a new concept or the secret many purport it to be. Nor is it particularly complicated. It is, however, easier to understand through experience than through words. If I were to attempt to describe it in the best sense, I would say:
Whatever you think about and feel about, with inspired action you bring about.
How do you feel when love is absent? (Pit in stomach…uneasy?)
I know that title may evoke a lot of thought, at least I hope so. Yes, I agree that many are not truly independent on Independence Day.
My thoughts go out to those who served in combat and those traumatized in life in situations that entailed loud explosions, bright flashes of light, sudden bursts that shatter the night. For many the louder the bangs, the louder the cheers and it all is part of the great American celebration of our Independence from Great Britain. I don’t want to take that away from anyone.
In late February I’d just finished a four-month physical therapy regimen. Eager to keep my momentum going, I went to my new gym for an exercise class schedule.
I checked in with the membership director.
“She’s out with the flu,” I was told.
“Sorry to hear that,” I said, turning to the personal trainer office, looking for mine.
“He’s out with the flu.”
Two yoga instructors, same thing—flu. Plus, the place didn’t look very full.
Something’s wrong here, I thought. I’ll wait.
Yet, there is more to this association than we can imagine, or ever dream to understand.