My husband and I took a trip last weekend to celebrate our wedding anniversary. We went on the Grand Canyon Railway. The trip was awesome. There was lots of good energy, good company and laughter.
We came into contact with lots of nice people on the train ride but there was one particular situation that activated my thought process and exemplified The Law of Attraction.
A family of five had the two seats in front of us on both sides of the aisle. There were three small children. Their ages were twenty-one months, eight and nine. They were typical children from all appearances and were full of energy, excitement and anticipation. The youngest child had been adopted and was very cute. She was the center of attention for the whole family but got what she wanted by screaming until she received what she desired. It was a very high-pitched scream that invaded my nervous system. The mother would admonish the child by taking her from whoever was holding her and telling her not to scream. The mother told the rest of the family that the little girl needed a time out. After the little girl had initiated this process at least four times, it became a habit for the mother and the child.
On the trip back, the little girl fell asleep on the mom’s shoulder in the back of the train. The older sister and brother then vied for attention from the parents by disturbing other passengers and testing everyone’s patience and tolerance levels to the limit.
I did not let the experience go after getting off the train. I merely allowed the anxiety from the experience to continue by discussing the situation with my husband while seated at a picnic table outside the gift shop. I looked up and there was the family again. My husband and I looked at one another, gathered our belongings and went to our room to change for dinner. I knew that food would relax me and I would become grounded once again. I was still holding on to the thoughts and feelings I had allowed these children and their parents to evoke in me. We walked to a restaurant we had previously eaten at and looked around. The moment I thought it would be OK to eat there my husband told me to look to my right. You guessed it. There was my favorite family. We walked out and found a restaurant up the street. After we ordered, I told my husband that I had to let go of all thoughts and feelings I had about this family in order to stop attracting them. I finally accomplished this by relaxing and focusing on the food and my husband’s nice company.
I believe in The Law of Attraction and also in the lessons I learn by being aware of each experience. This particular lesson taught me that next time my patience and tolerance has reached the breaking point, I will complain to the appropriate party and they will either change our seats or the children will change their seats. I will then let go of the experience and enjoy the hour I spent focusing and attracting this family into my space.
I love it when The Law of Attraction is so blatantly displayed to me. I’m writing about this experience to reinforce the belief system of some people and to persuade non-believers. It also has brought me closure.
It is like a dream come true for me as I feel that my deepest desires have been realized and hope to achieve more in life for which I’ll be eternally grateful to the law of attraction and the article on welcome to Manifestation Magic Reviews for being my guiding force.