Dance to the Beat of Your Own Drum

It’s an old video, but I still love it.

This guy is just doing his own thing, happy to be where he is, ignoring the judgments that are inevitably directed at him. But soon he starts a movement. He didn’t plan it, he didn’t research how to do it, he didn’t even intend to do it. But people are attracted to those who are doing their own thing, who aren’t following others, who are just doing what they love to do.

What would happen if you did the same? If you hunkered down and did what you passionately loved doing? You might just attract the right kind of attention; the same attention that might have alluded you after putting endless amounts of effort into it. Effort that you didn’t enjoy, and ultimately took you away from doing the thing you enjoyed most.

The law of attraction says that your only duty is to get vibrationally in accordance with that which you’ve asked for. So instead of following the idea that you need to work harder to make things happen, spend time doing the things that make you happy and you’ll mysteriously attract things that you need. It sounds contrary to what we’ve been taught, but the dancer in the video was able to start a movement, not by planning it, but by being in the moment and enjoying himself to the point where all those around him had no choice but to join in.

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