Belting Out Bags: LOA Works
The thing is, I bought the bag over a year ago for $150 and didn't think I could get another one.
The man who sold me the bag specialized in selling belt buckles and belts. His bags were a one time offer.
But I mentally told myself I would see if I could attract one for Dr. Barrett.
I would think about the bag every day, at least for a moment or two. I would tell myself that I want to find the man I bought it from and ask him about the bag. But I kept letting it go and doing other things.
But then yesterday I received an email, out of the blue, from the very man who sold me the bag.
He was checking to see if I had received a belt and belt buckle he had sent me as a gift.
I thought it was amazing that he wrote me, as I hadn't heard from him in well over six months. But I seized the opportunity to reply and to of course ask about the leather bags.
He instantly wrote back, saying he doesn't sell the bags anymore.
But he looked in storage and found two bags there, of different sizes.
He offered to send them both to me, for free.
He said, "You are such an Attractor Factor guy that I feel like just giving these to you."
I was stunned.
But I also knew this is how the Law of Attraction works if you are clear: you state what you would like to have, but without any attachment to the outcome. You just playfully put it out there. When the universe puts the opportunity in your face, you take action. That's it.
And notice the win-win-win here:
Not only will Dr. Barrett get to choose the bag he wants from two different size bags, but I'll get the other bag to use as I please.
And the man who gave me the two bags?
I'm sending him a box of gifts -- such as The Missing Secret DVD set, my Humbug DVD, and my new book Buying Trances: A New Psychology of Sales and Marketing, and a few other surprise goodies.
And he's also getting some publicity, as I'm giving you his name and website: Rob McNaughton of www.robdiamond.net/
PS -- Last night the famous action-packed movie Die Hard 2, starring Bruce Willis, was on television. The lead character, who barely survived terrorists in the first movie, is again barely surviving bad guys in the second movie. At one point Bruce Willis says, "Why do these things keep happening to me?" I said out loud to the screen, "It's the Attractor Factor, bro." Until he gets clear, he'll keep attracting the same stuff, and never realize he's the magnet. Not being clear makes for a great movie but a lousy life.
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