The Law of Attraction T-ToolTM is the single most useful tool for gaining clarity.
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If I could offer only one tool, one exercise to help you attract more of what you want, it would be the Law of Attraction T-ToolTM. Each week I receive emails from people who have attracted their ideal job, mate, home or experience through this simple tool. Thousands of people have learned the value of this exercise.
Do you have a desire that is not yet realized? Are you experiencing confusion around a given subject? Are you afraid you’ll get something you don’t want? If so, then here’s how you can benefit from doing a Law of Attraction T-ToolTM:
1. Pick a subject that you want clarity about or want to feel better about. Be creative in your subject title. Instead of calling it “My Ideal Client” try something like: “Clients I have the most fun working with” or “This type of client knocks my sock off!”
2. Using a blank sheet of paper, draw a large letter “T” on the page. Label the left column, “I don’t like…” and the right column, “I do like…”
3. Begin on the left side, by asking yourself: What don’t I like in regard to this subject? Think of as may things as you can. Don’t stop at two or three–aim for 20 items or more. This will remove low frequency vibrations that slow down or block you from receiving what you DO like.
4. Now, take each item and ask yourself, “If I don’t like this, what DO I like?” And write your answer using the BEST words you can find.
The Mini T-ToolTM:
Recently, I was working with a student who is in the midst of a career change. One item in her “I don’t like…” column was: “A crazy boss.” I let her continue to tell me about other things she did not like or want in her new job, and then I asked her to explain what a “crazy boss” looks like–I was picturing someone wearing a white lab coat with wild hair sticking out in every direction and wide eyes popping out of their face. She said, “A ‘crazy boss’ is someone who doesn’t let you do what he asks you to do. Someone who is looking over your shoulder every minute and micromanages your assignment.”
I thought to myself, “This isn’t what I pictured!” So we did a little T-ToolTM on what she didn’t like and did like in a supervisor. When we finished, she said, “Whew! I knew I was going to attract a ‘crazy boss’ if I kept thinking about it, now I know what I DO want in a boss and I can keep my attention on THAT.”
Take a look at your T-ToolTM. Is there something in either column that is too general or could be interpreted in different ways? If your terminology is confusing to someone else, the Law of Attraction will be confused too. Ask yourself, “Is this specific enough?” And see if you can do a Mini T-ToolTM. Doing several Minis will give you even MORE clarity.