The Law of Attraction: You NEVER Get it Done!

One of my favorite Law of Attraction teachers, Abraham-Hicks, frequently and lovingly says: “You cannot get it wrong, and you never get it done.”

The first time I heard this way of thinking about the Law of Attraction, it brought me so much relief.

Why? Because it’s true, and it because it takes the impossible task of “winning life” right off of your daily to-do list.

You NEVER get it done.

So many people are in pursuit of getting life “just right.” They think if they can just get the right partner, the right career, the right home, the right friends and the right body, they can be satisfied and happy for the rest of eternity.

But that’s just not how the Law of Attraction works friends.

Why? Because you are ALWAYS in the process of creation, and even when you achieve what you set out to achieve there is always something else out there to move towards.

There will always be a new dream, a new idea, a new way to “tweak” what already is, a new way to change and improve.

You are ever-expanding and infinite. You are eternally in a state of growth. So you weren’t built to figure it all out, because there’s always more to figure out. Your job is just to figure more out as you go along, the operative word there being more.

Therefore, it doesn’t really matter when you mess up, or when you think you’ve “missed your chance.” There are eternal improvements and chances en route to you as you travel along.

You aren’t built for getting it done.

It’s as if you are a boat on this journey of life. So many people (boats) out there believe they have to get to the perfect dock and stay there. But boats aren’t really built for docks, are they?

The dock is just a temporary place of rest before the boat takes off in pursuit of another adventure. Rest and recuperation are important, of course, but the entire point of the existence of a boat is for it to experience journeys, not destinations.

Your nature is to flow in the current of life, not to permanently tie yourself to the perfect dock.

Related Full-Length Member Video Tutorial: “How to Live Life in the Flow”(23 min)

But what if you COULD get it done?

Let’s say for a moment that Abraham-Hicks has it all wrong, and indeed you CAN get it wrong and you CAN get it done.

And let’s say also that you manage to crack the code. You get it DONE and you get it RIGHT. You obtain the perfect life. Yay!


Now what?

So many people believe they want a perfect life, but if life were perfect and change were no longer required, what would you do?

What would be the point of living if you just reached a static point of perfection?

What would be the point of living if there were no where to go, no adventure to be had, no growth to accomplish?

I don’t know about you, but to me, that sounds pretty boring.

And therein lies the ultimate problem with perfection. Without something to travel toward, you lose the very essence of what makes life enjoyable in the first place: the ride along the way.

So remember these important words:

“You can’t get it wrong and you never get it done.”

You’ll always be evolving and changing. There will always be something new for you to reach for, and that’s a good thing!

Your growth keeps you sailing on the sea of life, it keeps you engaged in the adventure of what is to come. It adds to the passion of your life, it doesn’t detract from it.

Related Full-Length Member Video Tutorial: “Create More Adventure With the LOA” (17 min)

There will always be a new dream. Keep riding on the infinite sea of dreams, and remember to enjoy the ride as much as you can.

XO, Andrea

Law of Attraction Educator

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