Here’s a conversation I had with one of my Mindset Mastery students that you might find interesting. She writes…
Dear Leslie, I am taking your Mindset Mastery Online Course, and I love it! I find I do best working in spurts, but right now, I have another issue. I’ve been studying all of the laws, and the fact that “nature abhors a vacuum” has really resonated with me. Even in the past, I’ve found myself getting rid of things so something better can replace them.
I’d love your advice on how to create a vacuum with my house, however. My husband doesn’t read your material, or hold the same beliefs I do, but I still feel I can have that “rare kind of faith” in my life and have it positively affect me and others. My husband doesn’t want to put the house on the market, even though I thought that would be the best way to create a vacuum for a new house. I know putting it on the market can’t be the only way to manifest a new house–the house I truly desire–so, do you have any suggestions? I’ve visualized the new house many times, and continue to do so and believe and get very excited about it, I’m just not sure where to go from here. I’m even packing some things so they’ll be easier to move when the time comes.
Thank you so much for all you do–your advice and perspective have given me hope in places I had none. I’m certain Heavenly Father guided my path so that I would find you.
Sounds like you’re on the right track. You don’t need to create a vacuum every time you set a goal – that’s just one way of going about it, and in this case, I’d recommend you take the gentler approach to preserve the relationship. Use the vacuum law for goals and objectives that don’t threaten other family members’ sense of security. Use it for the more personal goals, at least until your husband is on board. You can still get into a house with the other principles (transmutation, vibration). Not all principles need to be utilized for every goal. Different goals and different situations will call for the application of different corresponding laws and principles. Hope this helps… 🙂 Leslie
It does help–thank you, Leslie! Even as I sent the e-mail, it occurred to me that maybe it was easier for me to just “get rid of things,” and wait for something new to show up (because I had the “believing” part down) than to apply some of the other laws. Your reply brings clarity and reassurance–thank you for taking the time to send it.
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