Four Leaf Clover.
Lately, I had been thinking and reading about the power of visualization and focused attention. So many things I had asked for and wanted have shown up in my life. Also, things I have really not wanted but focused my attention on have shown up too.
I had tried doing visualization for things I wanted but did not stick to it. I think partly because I did not believe I could have those things or get them this way. Anyway, I decided to choose something trivial to actively visualize and use focused intention on because I would have no resistance to receiving it. That way I could really test this thing out.
I decided on a 4 leaf clover since I had spent a good deal of my childhood hoping to find one. I never really believed I would as I did not believe they existed. Now, I knew they existed but the odds of finding one was low, about 10,000 to 1. Even so, I began to hold the image of one in my mind with the expectation of receiving it. I imagined it inside a cellophane packet taped to the inside of my wardrobe as if I already owned it. In this way, I created the feeling of having it. This happened over several days but only when I remembered it.
I was not actively looking for one because my expectation was that the Universe would bring it to me and it wasn’t for me to decide how. My active searching would only reinforce the belief that it had to arrive in a way that I could imagine and predict, and that might block my ability to receive it by other means.
Anyway, this afternoon I was visiting my niece and she gave me a green charm made from loom bands. She attached it to my bracelet and I put it back on my wrist and didn’t think anything of it. A few minutes later, I looked down at it and asked her what it was. It looked like a green flower or butterfly.
She told me it was a 4 leaf clover she had made after watching a YouTube video!
My niece did not know what a clover was or that it had any significance for me. She had made hearts and other shapes before from YouTube videos too.
At that moment I knew that the Universe had delivered to me what I had asked for.