“Fill your thoughts with what you want to create, and you will have it.

“There is usually a time lag between the thought about what you want to create and the time that it takes to appear in your life.  This time lag confuses and stops many people from continuing to think of new things they want to create.  Thoughts are real and go outward to create what they represent, and thoughts exist in time.  Past thoughts may still affect you for a while, even as you change your thinking.  Within two to three months, however, the new thoughts will have gained momentum and will start to create new outer forms and circumstances to match.”  Sanaya Roman.

Time is relative, and what seems long to us is exactly short in the grand scheme of things.  Sanaya, speaking for Orin, says that we can expect meaningful change in two or three months.  This will serve to give us patience as we seek to put into practice the law of attraction.

It is my experience, though, that the law of attraction works faster than this (in most cases).  Of course, I may be attracting what is already on the way, and so there is no time delay at all.  Rhonda Byrne says that the universe likes speed, and Rhonda, author of The Secret, is the one who brought the law of attraction to the forefront of many people’s worldview.

I found that a list of 20 items that I wanted to manifest ALL came true in a month.  May that be an inspiration.

Whether the law of attraction works swiftly, or seems to dally, does not, in the long run, matter very much.  We are on the right beam when we practice this law, and our fervent wishes/affirmations will come true eventually when we are able to bring ourselves to the point of belief.  Patience is a virtue, after all.


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