The law of attraction is a philosophy that says you possess what you profess. If you think positive then positive things will happen. When you think negatively then negative things will happen. My car was located on the church parking lot for two weeks. I was extremely busy and did not make arrangements to pick it up. My mom’s lunch break did not collaborate with my schedule and so I continued to procrastinate picking up my car from the parking lot. I contemplated who could take me to get my car at another time, but never took the time to definitely make it priority because I had so many obligations.
Tuesday morning, I declared I would get my car. My plan was to walk to the church’s parking lot to pick up my car because my mom had something important to do during her break time. Once I dropped my daughters off at school, I arrived home and before I decided to take care of some necessary business, I began to walk to get my car. As I was walking, I called a friend who lives a little bit over a mile from me. I told her I was walking to her home and I needed her to take me to the church’s parking lot. She chuckled and asked if I were walking seriously. I replied and said I was. She insisted on coming to get me and I refused. As I continued my walk, I encountered my neighbor’s sister who had stopped me to say thanks for a kind deed I’d shown towards her. We began to talk and before we ended our conversation I informed her that I was walking to my friend’s home so she could take me to pick up my car. You guessed it, she offered to drive me to pick up my car. I showed my appreciation and rejected. Once I finished my conversation with her, I continued my walk and I began to contemplate on the law of attraction. Once you profess a thing, you will possess that thing. There is power in the tongue. The Bible tells us that whatever we speak in our heart is what we possess. Once we add action to what we think, manifestation transpires. Move from thinking to acting.
The practice of professing what you possess is full of motion. It sets things into action. Be ready to receive once you speak it. When I said I was going to pick up my car, there were doors opened to help me reach the goal, but I had a plan and it was executed. It was a matter of moments when I began to execute that positivity attracted my plan. I professed that I would pick up my car. I planned my strategy. I positioned myself to received. Blessings came towards me. I was presented with choices to help me fulfill my plan. When there is a decision made, when a plan is captured and put into motion, then thoughts are erected into what was envisioned. What you prioritize is what gets done. Let’s get busy accomplishing what matters. Live life on purpose in purpose.