|Car face yoga, gotta love it.|
OK so I really love a good analogy or example. I’m kinda simple when it comes down to it, so I appreciate when I’m taught something in a language I can get my head around. Which leads me to the conclusion that the Law of Attraction is exactly like Face Yoga.
Stop laughing. (Well actually keep laughing because it works well for both).
Case in point: A few months ago I saw this wretched picture of me in my “relaxed face”. I was at a UCLA basketball game that just happened to be the national ESPN featured game of the week (I had no idea!). When the game was over my phone and FB blew up with everyone wanting to know why I was either:
B. Pissed off, or
C. Would smiling brake my face?
|My famous “relaxed face” yeah um it had to go!|
|Face yoga saves the day!|
This all came as a cruel shock to me because I had no idea that’s what my “relaxed face” actually looked like. I was appalled and devastated and immediately made a spa appointment for a facial. I told the chick rubbing oil on my face what had happened and that my face was suddenly feeling like an anchor was pulling it to the floor. She explained that this sensation is called aging. I told her to fuckoff and that I’m NOT old.
|“cracked out prom queen” action|
But everyday my face started feeling better and it felt less sore (yes your face actually gets sore from working out!). And then I took it a step further and started catching myself whenever I was in a “relaxed face mode” to turn that into a regular smile. And then you know what?… about six weeks after starting, my son says to me tonight “Mama you always looked mad before, so why are you smiling all the time now?” I had to explain that this was just my new “relaxed face”. “So you don’t think I am always mad at you”. Which he is smart enough to totally appreciate.
|OK this is just getting more humiliating all the time|
Then I realized that it’s the exact same process with the Law of Attraction. You start with what looks like a hopeless situation, something that seems impossible to fix with something as small as “doing the opposite” but you do it anyway.. and little by little you see the change. Until it stops becoming work, and you realize that your automatically doing it without even trying and that you actually changed your outcome. I call it fake it till you make it. This is the most exact example of that. I’ve been faking a hugeass smile for six weeks, and then tonight without even thinking about it, I naturally was wearing one with no thought or work involved. It just happened. See how that works? Same concept with the LOA, always.
If you want to test this theory out, and see for yourself what a difference your thoughts make and how you can become conscious and aware and change behavior patterns I challenge you to do face yoga. It’s easy, you can do it anywhere and anyone can do it. No excuses (and your face will thank you). It’s a great physical example of what we are trying to mentally achieve when we play soccer with our thoughts. Plus you do feel better when your smiling all the time, I mean how can you not?
So the point my long story and moronic pictures are trying to make is that sometimes to change a habit you gotta be willing to look like a total ass. You gotta do it even when everyone around you is probably gonna make fun of you to your face or say your crazy behind your back. You’ve gotta be willing to just put in the work, every day. Start being aware, and when you are then it’s so much easier to correct your bad habit and soon the new one will take it’s place. And then you can tell them to kiss your ass, because who’s smiling now???
|it’s a work in progress…|
Get my drift?
Yep this is what I do everyday!