Feelings are magnetic. So it goes that if you generate certain feelings — and you have the power to create any feeling you desire — then you increase the power of your emotional magnetism. But we need to limber up, loosen the images and adjectives encrusted on our goals and most-desired states. It helps to get poetic, lyrical, and abstract. Go there with me and Danielle LaPorte.
I want my day to feel like the rolling perfect waves of the ocean.
I want kissing to feel like the sweet seducing taste of a juicy peach.
I want my next success to feel like it breaks open my heart and overflows like a sparkly confetti party.
I want my body to hum as if all parts are in perfect harmony.
I want smiling to feel like shooting stars and wishes and apple pie.
I want my friendships to feel like walking across bridges for sumptuous picnics.
I want my nervous system to feel soft and safe and comforted.
I want my gigs to feel like psychedelic carnivals of wholeheartedness.
I want my neighbourhood to feel like fairy floss.
I want my integrity to feel so sweet and real and raw it surprises everyone.
I want my money-making to feel like the rain, easy, gentle, soft and fun.
I want my word to feel like an enchantment and a realisation at once.
I want my laughter to feel like the trickling and tinkling of happiness.
I want the end of the day to feel gentle and loving and sleepy and satisfied.
I want being of service to feel like rainbows taking people to their pot of gold.
I want my philanthropy to feel like turning puddles into fluffy clouds.
I want my challenges to feel like surfing with full awareness and instantaneous reaction.
I want my love to feel like sunshine and unity and sweet endearing contentment.
I want my writing to feel like poetry sung from the lips of shakespearean cherubs.
I want my ideas to feel like an unexpected gift that grows.
Image: my own.