(ep. 018) Co-Creating Your Life with the Universe with Ivy LaClair
March 13, 2019
So often we decide who we are, and we continue to make choices based on that decision without reevaluating whether or not we’re still that same person … even years down the line. It’s with this in mind that I recently opened myself up to a new experience and learned something new about myself in the process.
In this episode, speak about that new experience and what I learned from it, but I also speak about the Law of Attraction through the lens of stories from my own life so you can hear some real-life examples of the Law of Attraction in action and hopefully be inspired to begin attracting the things you want most in life.
What you'll hear in this episode:
What eating sushi taught me about myself
Why the Law of Attraction is like a dance or co-creation process with the universe
The three main steps in attracting what you desire
How my puppy is the perfect example of attracting exact what I wanted
What steps you can take when you’ve been trying to attract something for a while, and it hasn’t happened yet
What a recent experience in a nightclub taught me about how I was getting in the way of attracting what I truly want
I have the power to co-create my life with the universe.
Choose an area of your life where you have a specific goal for what you want to happen and reflect on what your limiting beliefs or fears may be around that goal.
Become very clear and intentional with what you want to attract by journaling or creating a vision board
Give your desires attention by meditating on it, doing research, reaching out to people who might be able to help … take small actions to move forward.
Allow the universe to provide what you’re attracting and create space for it by doing something like a burning bowl ceremony for your limiting beliefs, doubts, and fears.
Links and Resources:
Mind Climate Podast | Episode 003: Reframing the Traditional Way We Think About Gratitude
Mind Climate Podast | Episode 017: Focusing on the Good with Jake Ballentine
Why Jim Carrey Wrote Himself a $10-Million Check Before He Had $10 Million