In anticipation of the arrival of your birthday you say, “My birthday’s coming, my birthday’s coming.” And of course it comes and then it goes, then you expect it to arrive all over again next year. That’s about as close to understanding anticipation in the law of attraction I can offer. At first, it’s a strange and wondrous feeling when that happens. You know, the anticipation is like a pop bottle being shaken as the bubbles show, the pressure within then builds so much it blows the cap. That’s arrival. And dare I say it’s also what like minded and consenting adults do.
Belief Builds Anticipation
Now if only we all do that with our every dream. I don’t know about you, but I suspect nearly every one of us have been subject to the treatment I grew up with. No, I’m not supposed to have dreams or higher ideals. Mother or brother or teacher or pastor forbade it. It was sinful to have desires. Is it any wonder I grew up having the anticipation of my guilty dreams? I worry that if anyone found out I’d be ostracised and ridiculed. They have stolen my dreams. I now realise I have allowed them to destroy my happiness and life.
The faith of something we love to come true has become so incredibly hard to come by because there appears to be more failures than successes. It’s hardly surprising because there are so many people who have at last found their courage to dream. But in order to build that dream, one must believe that one can have it. There must never be any doubt in your mind. Why is that so? Well, look at the former paragraph. We’ve all been subject to those failure experts’ opinions.
But then, one day, you get so tired of being put down and wallowing in your sty full of smelly pooh. You say absolutely nothing because you want to get out. Your desire grows as you spy other people having what you want. If they can have it, you can. You see what they do. You observe why they do certain things. You notice who they speak with and who they listen to. You also notice when they strike at a project to win it. How they tackle a subject is also not like anyone else because they sail right through it having fun. Where these guys go to recharge themselves is also amazingly interesting. Then one day, you spy and opening in the pen. You strike at the opportunity because the anticipation was just too much to bear. You have become impatient and you simply know that your moment has arrived and you believe. You go for it and never look back.
Anticipation Signals Come Faster With Practice
Use this feeling of anticipation technique over and over again. I found this out really by accident in my younger days. But my mentors helped me hone it. What I found was that this anticipation can be helped along when there is a very powerful desire to achieve something. Of course, first you acknowledge you don’t have it or don’t want something bad. Therefore you now want something else to replace or counter this undesirable. Why I was told not to expect its arrival yet was because I have yet to identify my desire.
Then as I define my dream, I keep thinking deeply about it. I find any reason to know more about it. I visit those places and things just to touch or experience them. I talk to people about it intelligently and ask many questions. In effect, I’m immersing myself into all the information and material proof that it is there. My belief goes up and then I find an unstoppable emotion called that burning desire. And at almost the same time, that immense feeling of anticipation occurs.
This is the most exciting time because I expect it to arrive at any moment. At every corner I peep around it. When I open a door, it’s like expecting that surprise birthday party from loving friends and family. You know it’s about to pop because you can feel it; you can smell it; you can actually hear it; and you swear you can almost touch it. And just like hunting for crabs on the sea shore, you lift the next rock and there it is! It has arrived.
Do this over and over again because what once took a whole 4 years to arrive so long ago, things now come very much faster. It is far more effective to focus on only one thing at a time at first but now, I may have several which I put together as though they are actually one. All that takes practice but is it ever such tremendous fun. And let me tell you in no uncertain terms that it brings so much joy to my and other people’s lives deliberately. Living in anticipation pays off magnificently.