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Law of Success Risks

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Law of Success Risks

Law of Success opens you to risks.  Surprising? You really get what you ask for and more.  My last two posts were about amazing success using the law of success. I was delighted and truly in awe of the elegance with which the Universe supported me in my requests. The law of success was at work in magical deep and profound ways.

 

After receiving what I had asked for from the law of success, I became buried in an avalanche of goodness.  There were so many new people in my life, and so many things to get accustomed to that I was just buried in overwhelm for several months, and still kept my mouth to the sky saying “isn’t this grand?”

 

My new book is getting ready to be published on Kindle, and my online support group will help make that a reality. There was so much there to learn and master. Great success, right? No, I felt like I was drowning in my success. So what comes up for anyone when we feel overwhelmed and in the face of something so much bigger than we are that we might feel at the mercy of.  How can there be something like too much success when you operate using the law of success?

 

Don’t get me wrong. This is just another layer of the hypnotic trance that I am shedding, another piece that has stood in my way to huge success for a long time.  It’s called my victim pattern.  It’s good to have it evoked one more time. It’s more uncomfortable that I ever could imagine in the context of having received so very much. I worked profoundly with the law of success and the law of attraction, and the deep desires of my heart are manifesting.  But what also comes up are any blocks that are in the way of receiving or creating these incredible results from utilizing the law of success.

 

The fact of the matter is I moved to a new town, a new inclusive community, a new online community, took a new class, developed new friendships where I now live and that’s all good. But there is stress meeting so many new people, living in a new place, living with a new roommate, and learning the guiding principles of a new community who can see inside your home anytime they walk by on any of the paths outside. Its all good, it is all a result of the law of success operating through the universe. And it was powerfully stressful. Too much new, perhaps. With that much change, especially when you use the law of success you will need to also do some personal work to get bigger to handle the new challenges that come from successfully operating the law of success. It’s not insurmountable. It is just part of learning and utilizing the law of success.

 

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