For anyone that thinks the Law of Attraction is a load of mumbo-jumbo, check this story out – it’ll make you laugh at the very least.
On Friday, I was tidying the kids playroom and looking at the mistake in the corner. The mistake was that we bought a cheap sofa last year and it was already falling apart. We broke a cardinal rule – buy cheap, pay twice. I thought about how much we needed a new sofa and resolved to get around to doing something about it this week.
On Saturday evening, I was admiring the sunset in the garden and then decided to take a little walk around to check out the rabbit holes and whisper sweet nothings to the tree, as you do. I found myself going into a corner I do not normally walk in when I spotted something in the grass (it needs cutting!). My initial thought was that it was some litter dropped by the kids, so I walked over to pick it up.
This is what I found:
It was from a balloon race to celebrate DFS’s birthday in Llandudno. The balloon landed in my garden. I now have a new sofa.
Compounding this, I went to a friends for a BBQ on the following day and told her this story. Guess what she said? “Oh, I’ve got a £5000 sofa that I don’t need anymore – do you want it?”
From thought to an abundance of sofas in 48 hours. Cool.
As I have been saying to anyone that wants to listen, this is how the Universe works. I’ve been using the Law of Attraction since I was a kid (although I didn’t know that was what it was called in the 1970s). Try it, it’s fantastic.