gratitude & everything happens for a reason

Hi loves,

I wrote this post a couple of weeks ago but am only just posting it now as I feel like it’s the right time, I hope you enjoy.

I tried to buy concert tickets on Friday – I didn’t get them. They sold out in less than a minute and I was a bit distraught actually, there was no way I could miss out on seeing this person, I had to go, I had to be there. I couldn’t think of anything I wanted more than these tickets.

Like I said, I didn’t get them; I had a little cry and then went on with my day. This person is really special to me and knowing that I wasn’t going to be able to see them hurt a lot, it was also the first time I’d tried to buy tickets for something and hadn’t managed to get them, so it sucked even more, especially because this artist was my favourite.

I drove into work and the sun was shining, it was a really lovely day. When I arrived, the windows were open and there was a cool breeze rolling in through them, everything was lit up with the natural sunlight and suddenly I didn’t feel so sad anymore. I watched everyone else getting on with their day, not even batting an eyelid – the events of my morning hadn’t even effected them, they didn’t know tickets had gone on sale, they probably didn’t even know the artist. It was weird for me but also something I’d experienced before, I sat there for a moment just watching everyone before logging on to my computer and was reminded again how when the world is so big and there’s so much going on, one little thing in comparison seems almost insignificant.

Of course, it was significant to me – it mattered to me. There’s nothing wrong with that, what I’m saying is that I felt a little bit sad that morning but then I realised that the world is so much bigger than just one thing. I was feeling sad over something which was ultimately then going to affect the rest of my day, but when I got back into the real world everyone was going on with their routine as normal and I thought you know what? It’s okay. I’m okay.

That day I really thought about what I was grateful for, something I’ve been practicing a lot these past few months as I’ve really began to delve into the world of the law of attraction, the universe and its wavelengths and energies etc. As I’ve been practicing it so much it’s become a part of my daily routine, and so this day especially I was just reminded of what I was thankful for and how lucky I was, I couldn’t let one little thing upset me.

I strongly believe everything happens for a reason, I always have. On that day I just accepted that what will be will be, maybe I wasn’t supposed to get tickets, maybe something would have happened or maybe the universe is setting me up for something much greater, who knows. Only time will tell. Life in general is hard to cope with sometimes, it throws things at you and presents you with situations that you’re not sure how to react to or move on from. I’ve found that it helps to just accept that it is what it is and breathe. As I said, I believe that everything happens for a reason, it’s my secret little way of coping with life – I’m constantly worrying about things, wondering what I could have done differently, wondering if I missed out on an opportunity I’ll never get back, constantly caught up in the idea of “what if?”, but if I believe and trust in the idea that everything happens for a reason, I’m calm. I can calm my mind down and just accept that things are the way that they are, no ifs or buts, everything is happening exactly the way it was supposed to. I don’t need to worry about a thing, I just need to trust in the universe and let it takes its course.

I know concert tickets aren’t the best examples to use when trying to explain things like this but it’s the thing that sparked me to write this post, it’s a topic I’ve been wanting to talk about for a while now. You may also think it’s a silly thing to believe in, but I know it definitely helps me on this little journey we call life and hopefully it might be able to help someone else too.

I’ll probably make more posts like these in future (I’ll definitely do some on the law of attraction) as there’s so much to talk about and so many ideas to be explored; make sure to stay tuned for more little posts on the power of the universe. 

And one last thing; I also believe that the things that are meant to be yours will always come back to you, whoever or whatever that may be.

All my love,

Chloe .xx

**update : I now have tickets to see this person in concert, the way the universe works is magical!! ♡**

 

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4 thoughts on “gratitude & everything happens for a reason

  1. Vivienne Leigh says:

    So strange, this happened to me as well (also whilst buying tickets), and in the end I accepted that it was meant to be and booked another trip instead. So cool that you’re into all of this stuff Chloe 🌞
    The universe always has our back💫💫

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  2. hopelessblog says:

    I also agree everything happens for a reason even something like buying tickets. Karma is also a thing. At least your day was lovely the sun shone its brightest.

    The universe has a weird habit of everything falling into place eventually and I hope that happens for you ❤

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