Law of attraction success story: “I accomplished my goals”

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Contributor: Mollie Player

The other day, I did something fun: I reread my affirmations journal, cover to cover. I started it in January of 2012–not all that long ago–so I was surprised to see how many of the things I wrote about have come to pass already. Not all of them, mind you (still crossing my fingers for the free Lexus)–but all of the ones that were most important to me have.

All told, I can honestly say that 2012 was the best year of my life.

Here are some of the affirmations I wrote in the journal and the results that followed:

  • “I have a healthy baby.” I wrote this affirmation quite a few times throughout the year, and on November 25, 2012, that prayer was answered.
  • “David and I are living in a beautiful home in a quiet neighborhood,” “Our new home is surrounded by very tall trees,” and other house-related affirmations. In October, David and I finally bought a house–our first as a couple–in a perfect, very quiet, very centrally-located neighborhood where the trees are so tall its actually a problem. There are pine needles in the entryway of the house and on the floor of the car almost constantly–and I love it.
  • “I am full of energy.” This was another recurring affirmation that I hadn’t remembered writing until I reread it. These days, low energy–something that plagued me for a really long time–just isn’t a problem. Such a relief.
  • “I will make X dollars per week.” Read more about this affirmation from earlier in the year here.
  • “My life is perfect.” I wrote that affirmation on October 3, and wrote this post, titled “My life is just about perfect,” in January–and didn’t even connect the two until rereading that entry.
  • “I will begin walking again regularly.” I wrote this affirmation numerous times in my journal, including on April 27, May 29, October 4 and May 25 (that time I actually wrote “I have time to take a walk daily and meditate daily”–and as it turns out, I’ve been doing both at the same time). And again, I’d forgotten I’d done so until rereading the journal.
  • “Waking up in the morning is a blessing and a joy.” See this post for more about this affirmation.

Life is good, and I am thankful.

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It’s spirituality for the rest of us

Eckhart Tolle is awesome. So are Byron Katie and all those Buddhist monks we hear about. Why, then, doesn’t their advice immediately solve all our most pressing spiritual problems?

Why are their results so difficult to replicate?

You’re Getting Closer and The Power of Acceptance. Get them for an uplifting price on Amazon.

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More mystical reading choices:

150 Law of Attraction Success Stories

My 40 All-Time Favorite Books for Mystics

Free Mysticism Ebook Offers

How do you love God, when there’s no face to God?

Is God really in everything? Even poopy diapers?

Is everything really just a projection of ourselves? Even the mean stuff people do? (Part One)

 

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9 comments

    1. Nice! It really is nice to have something to look back on later, even though it’s a bit hard sometimes to keep all your affirmations in there. Often I say one while out on a walk without writing it down … and then it happens and I have to write it in after the fact.

  1. Mollie: Congratulations on your manifestations! I too keep an on-going list of desires, and it really does feel good when you can cross off desires and move on to the next ones. Keeping those desires written are very helpful, as you indicated, you can always go back and refresh to see what has manifested in your life. Thanks for this inspirational post!

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