Why do we cling on to people or things that we know are hurtful and bad for us? Why do we take for granted the things and people that are ultimately good for us in the end? Why is it so hard to let go of toxic relationships, while we know that there are good people readily waiting to be our friends?
Yeah, I agree -- I couldn't care less about "attracting stuff" because I know everything I can imagine already exists, in one version of reality or another. So in concentrating only on elevating my mood ( read "frequency" ) and staying more or less in the higher ranges, eventually I'll match frequencies with what I want, and I'll be there.
Meanwhile, I'm feeling good and having fun getting there. And isn't that the point, really?
Getting the money won't make you happy.
Getting happy will make you the money.
Another of my "repetitive belief dialogues" as Wes used to describe them. But when it succinctly communicates a specific idea, why change it and thus dilute it?
I learn from many different teachers and most of them say that deep within you, you are already hell happy
they say happiness is a natural human state and the only reason where not experiencing it is because we have soo much trouble and stress "on top of our happiness" which we need to get rid of :)