It Can Be Instantaneous!
Recently I took my little brother to his school district’s homecoming football game.
We hung out as friends like we always do, and being at a high school game brought up many memories of my days in high school.I went to two different high schools. The first one was full of unbelievably high school spirit which was so fun to be a part of.
The second school I went to was a lot smaller, and the Student Council was up and coming. As a member of that student council, I got to use my leadership to make a lot of changes in the school.
My old school, with all it’s school spirit, had class colors that we kept all through the years. Class of 2016 wears blue, 2017 wears green, etc. Ours, in my grade, was red. Also, my previous school had a program for freshmen, a day before school where upperclassman lead groups of freshman and played ice-breakers with them, and took them on tours of the school to find their classes.
I had started both the class colors and the freshmen program in my new school. At the homecoming game with my brother, I was remembering all of this and how proud I am of myself for making a difference in a community that will last them forever. I then had the desire to be recognized for these things.
I imagined myself at the schools annual academic ceremony, where scholarships are given to students by people in the community. I imagined myself being a rich and a famous singer, back at the school to donate a scholarship to a lucky student. I thought of how grand it would be for them to introduce me as the person who started class colors and the freshman program, or as they call it: fish camp.
Just moments later, my brother asked me all the right questions that led me to explain all the changes that I made in the school. I got to be recognized, minutes after feeling it!!
Sure, it happened differently, but it was the same experience in terms of the feeling. Plus, all I wanted was to be recognized.
For me, it helps to imagine how my dreams would come true for me to really feel them, in order for them to come true. Maybe I shouldn’t, as it’s not my job as to how the universe will do it’s own job. Or, maybe it is something that will be really helpful to my future, and yours as well. But, I think, how it feels is the most important how of them all.
It was fun to see the law of attraction bring something into my life so effortless and in a matter of minutes.
Dream, imagine and feel, and see what you can manifest too.