I don’t pay attention to the news, but one of the members of the “Unlimited” Forum directed my attention to what happened at the Oscars. Her question was simple. “Zehra, how does law of attraction explain the mistake at the Oscar”.
My first thought was “there are no accidents” (Master Oogway, Kung Fu Panda). Then of course curiosity led me to click on the link I was sent by C, who had asked the question. I enjoyed the unfolding that was before me. What an interesting co-creation.
Here are some of the questions I asked myself as I watched what took place:
- Why did Moonlight win best picture when La La Land had more nominations and more wins in individual categories?
- Why did the Universe orchestrate the “mistake” that allowed La La Land to be announced as the winner of the best picture award?
Since we really can’t step into the minds of the people who were part of this grand scale event, and we have no way of knowing what they were emitting vibrationally leading up to the night of the Oscars, it’s hard to connect all the dots and make complete vibrational sense of it all. However, there are a few things that are clear to me.
- Everyone participating in any sort of competition does so because they want to win
- In any competition where there can be only one winner a few variables play a role, these are: desire and resistance (just like anything else)
- One who wants to win the most has the most pulling power of desire, but who has the least resistance is the one who wins. Like Abraham says, a car going at 5 miles an hour (power or momentum of desire) hits a tree (resistance) is not as big a problem as a car going 100 miles an hour hits a tree – also the size of the tree makes a difference
Ok, so now we know the basics. Let’s apply them to the what we know about the Oscars. With our limited information we can still draw some conclusions, are you with me so far?
First of all it is apparent that Moonlight must have wanted to win. I don’t think they thought that they would actually win. They wanted it softly, almost like saying “wouldn’t it be nice if we could one day win best picture?” or, “isn’t it wonderful that we’ve come this far?”, or “this is wonderful, can’t believe we’re here”. I think that just having made it to the Oscars was a ride that the co-creators of Moonlight were enjoying. They were loving being there and appreciating the fact that they made it as far as they did. As a result, they had a desire with a light momentum, but next to zero resistance.
When I focus on the co-creators of La La Land I get the feeling that their desire to win at the Oscars had really high momentum. I can only deduce from what happened that they also had a large amount of resistance blocking their path. Maybe some of them were thinking thoughts like “this is it, I’ve got to win this time, a chance like this only comes along once in a lifetime” (a lackful thought). Or “I hope nothing goes wrong”, or “it would be terrible to come this far and not win” or “if we could win this it would be really big”, or “if we loose best picture after so many nominations that would be really awful” or who knows what? May be they were making a lot of "effort" to win.
Reality is the evidence of the way we think our thoughts, and so the evidence says the co-creators of La La Land had more momentum of resistance than momentum of desire or more engines on the “lack” end of the train than the “having” end of the train.
The law of attraction is always working whether you are using it deliberately or not.
Law of attraction is always consistent in the way it works, and that is why we can trust it. God’s system for granting wishes is simple, and fair and clear.
What happened at the Oscars has taught us all one thing for sure: “anything is possible”.
That’s it for now.
Much love and appreciation,