Here's the weekly non visionboard law of attraction story! Yes, I'm posting a little later than normal, The Walking Dead Marathon on AMC has had my undivided attention.
This week's story is about a woman who was able to manifest a 4 month house-sitting opportunity in Bali Indonesia. This is secretly one of my dreams, my vision board is filled with pictures of Bali. I'd love to spend a month there next year.
Here's what she said happened:
"Housesitting is freaking awesome, and as such, there are oodles of people looking to do it, from location independent folk like Ryan and I, to those trying to to save for a house of their own.
So, the average assignment is going to attract a lot of interest. Only one applicant is going to get picked, maybe a few, if it is a longer term assignment.
I have applied to a handful of assignments, and in order to give a bit more pop to our inquiry, I always like to include links to our Facebook pages and blogs to show more of who we are and what we are like. In all my excitement about this potential gem, I realized I forgot to do this about a day after.
And I got a bit worried, thinking that I missed a chance to help us stand out a bit more, that some piece of information contained within these pages might have made us seem more appealing, and now we might miss out. Obviously that didn’t matter because they picked us. We were aligned, and there was nothing that would have stood in the way of that. And if we hadn’t gotten picked, it would have had nothing to do with my forgetting to add those links.
Which brings me to my next point—there is no such thing as competition, only unlimited abundance of all kinds, and the ability to create what we want. Many people lament their inability to find a housesit because of the competition.
While we certainly have not been offered every assignment we have applied for, I would say landing long-term assignments in Fiji and Bali shows we are aligned quite nicely. The owner of this house said that within three hours of posting, 25 people had emailed her, and many more over the next couple of days. I remember the owners of of the Fiji house said that over 40 people contacted them. These people liked us best..don’t know why, who we were up against or whatever else was factored in, but ultimately it doesn’t matter.
When I saw this assignment, I won’t lie, I got pretty excited. This was the exact situation I had always said would be great, and to see it pop up, especially when it was something that I had not given any thought to, was really cool. This whole making a statement in passing, and then just letting it go, without any sort of attachment or thinking about it, is really the best way to go about getting stuff in my opinion.
But, I did my best to rein myself in. I sent my email and worked on cultivating a sense of detachment. She got back to us within a couple of days and did an interview. It went very well. It sounded good for us, but more people to be interviewed, and she would get back in touch. More time passed than I had thought, and I was getting a bit antsy. I kind of needed to know whether this was going to happen so I could proceed with other plans if not. But, I kept my cool, and eventually she got back in touch. Lots of stuff going on with her, and that is why she hadn’t emailed sooner."
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