This Will Make A Bigger Difference Than Any Action You Take

Are you doing something because you enjoy it, or because you are trying to fix something?

Are you doing it because you love the feeling of inspiration flowing through you, or because you need the money you will get from it?

Action is how you participate in the world you are creating, it isn’t how you create it.

The law of attraction is not responding to what you do, but how you feel while you are doing it.

So how you feel is more important than what you do.

If you feel good while you are taking action, then you are in alignment with what you have created, and if you feel bad while you are taking action, then you are pushing against what you want.

When you feel good, and then act from a place of inspiration or appreciation, your actions seem effortless yet productive, efficient and enjoyable.

This is very different from trying to figure it out, and then somehow motivating yourself to push through the inevitable struggle you encounter on a path that you can only hope will eventually give you what you want.

I know that you can feel the difference between those two scenarios.

What you may not realize is that you have a choice between the two.

First identify what you want and why you want it.  In other words, how you think having it will make you feel.

Now who will you be when you have what you want?

How will it feel to be the person you will be when you have it?

Then look for reasons to feel that way now with what you already have, and imagine that feeling amplified in the future as you also have what you want.

As you continue to focus on that feeling, you will be inspired to take action.

What can you do right now that feels even a little bit that way?

As long as you are feeling the way you want to feel when you are taking the inspired action, you can know with certainty that even if the action you are taking seems unrelated to what you want, it is in fact bringing you closer to it. 

And often, the most satisfying part of creation is watching how seemingly unrelated inspired actions and events, in a way we couldn’t have even imagined, coalesce to bring it to us.