Thursday, March 11, 2010

Sam's Key

One of the massage therapists where I work is absolutely a ray of sunshine. Every time she’s there, everyone in her vicinity smiles and laughs much more than usual. She is a delight to be around, and she always has something funny and uplifting to say. She’s one of those people that everyone is just drawn to, and something funny always happens when she’s there.

Yesterday, she was on her way out of the break room to go into a massage and she noticed that she dropped a small key. She didn’t know where it came from, but she said it looked like a diary key.

Then one of the other girls was done for the day, and Sam opened up the back door and told her to enjoy the beautiful day. When she opened the door, there was a man walking by at that moment. She gave him a big hello, and we all laughed! Then the funniest thing happened: the man asked Sam if she had a key! He said he needed a key to open up one of those paper towel holders.

I found this to be so remarkable and hilarious at the same time! How interesting life is sometimes…just a minute ago, she dropped a key from who knows where, and then she opens the door to take in the fresh air, and a man appears who needs a key.




I’m constantly amazed at life, and how the Law of Attraction is always consistent and always amazing! It makes me excited to see what other fun experiences I can deliberately create and allow into my experience.

And speaking of keys, I feel like the key to living a life that you really enjoy is to find reasons to laugh, reasons to feel good, reasons to be happy. Seek out those people who make you laugh and smile. Notice all the delightful things in your surroundings. These are such simple things, yet they yield powerful, delightful results…

Life is amazing!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Delightful Synchronicity




Last week, I had the most wonderful client! She was so sweet, she laughed easily, she was funny, and she made me laugh. As I was doing her facial, I noticed she had a tattoo of two dolphins on her forearm. When I grabbed a towel out of the hot cabinet to remove the product from her face, I noticed a white tag with the word “Dolphin” printed on it, in bright blue letters, with a bright blue dolphin on it!

Now, I’ve worked at this spa for almost a year, and I have only noticed a tag like this one other time. How amazing is it that I happened to choose that towel at that specific time? I showed it to her and she was definitely amused by it! She told me that she loves dolphins. I asked her if she ever swam with them, and she said she has pet a dolphin before, but hasn’t swam with them yet. It’s something she’s always wanted to do.




I was in awe of this wonderful moment. I appreciate moments like this, and of course, I experience them all the time!

Lately I’ve been deliberately applying Abraham’s teachings, and remembering to keep moving into better feeling places. I was standing in the kitchen the other day, and this gentle feeling came over me for a moment. It was a strong feeling of being loved. Then the song came into my head, “It’s Almost Like Being in Love.”

I googled the lyrics:

“What a day this has been
What a rare mood I'm in
Why it's almost like being in love
There's a smile on my face
For the whole human race
Why it's almost like being in love
All the music of life seems to be
Just like a bell that is ringing for me
And from the way that I feel
When the bell starts to peal
I would swear I was falling, I could swear I was falling
It's almost like being in love”

Even though I had heard this song many times, I never noticed the word “peal.” It just never registered in my consciousness, so I simply didn’t notice it. So I looked the word up, and it simply means to ring.

Then today, I was on a wonderful conference call, and the person speaking compared the sound of laughter to the pealing of bells. How remarkable is that?

I just love the Law of Attraction and how magical it seems, yet it is eternally consistent and fair. I had another insight about creation that I’ll share in my next post…

Love and hugs always!

Monday, March 1, 2010

Dreams...Delicious Dreams...

I came across a story about a couple who had both been given terminal diagnoses, and decided to spend their life savings on an 18-month trip around the world. When they returned, their doctor gave them a perfect bill of health. They said, “We’re more fit now than we’ve ever been.” Isn’t that amazing?

When I heard this story, I was inspired to write down the things I’ve always wanted to do.

I started typing and ended up with four pages worth of things! Here are some of the most exciting ones:

See the lavender fields in the South of France
Swim with the dolphins
Visit the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens
Go to a Cherry Blossom Tree Festival
See Vermont in the fall

Then I started to see the evidence show up. I went to a bookstore the next day and Time Out New York Magazine caught my attention. What’s on the front cover? The New York Botanical Garden’s orchid show! The day after that, I was flipping through a magazine at work and I opened up to a full size picture of a lavender field.

This is evidence that what I want is on its way to me. All I have to do is relax and allow it in. It’s already done.




So I have my list, and it’s exciting. I realized that I am enjoying the desiring of these things, as opposed to longing and yearning for things that I “have to” have, like a perfect body and lots of money. I’m totally unattached to the things on my list of dreams, and so there’s a lightness and an ease about it.

Henry David Thoreau said, “Our truest life is when we are in dreams awake.” To me, this means living in the pleasure of our daydreams. Our daydreams are real! We bring them into being with the power of our focus. I’ve been having a blast with daydreaming lately. I love accessing the power of my imagination, and I love seeing the evidence of my imagination becoming my reality.