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Have you lost something recently that you want to find
again? Perhaps you've misplaced your keys, a book, an important
favorite piece of jewelry, or a pet. You've checked all the obvious
places, and still can't find it. At this point, you might wonder if there
is anything else you can do besides give up. Fortunately, there is!
Most all of us lose things. We lose socks in the laundry as well as keys, coats, wallets, and pens a lot more often than we'd like to. Have you ever noticed how you tend to lose more things when you're feeling anxious and upset? For some of us, being in a foul mood is all that's required to find ourselves crashing computers, blowing out light fixtures and appliances, and all sorts of other exciting things. While most people don't notice such dramatic psychokinetic effects, all of us are energetic beings, and we all exert a powerful effect on our physical environment with just our thoughts and feelings.
If you follow these tips, you'll greatly increase your chances of bringing what you've lost back to you. I've found all sorts of things (pens, keys, glasses, wallet) that reappeared in places I'd already checked after I followed these simple steps.
(1) Ground Yourself
It might seem that the hardest thing to do when you've just lost something is to relax... but it's also the most important. Your anxiety can and does create conflict in the physical world. By calming your mind and your heart, you will allow for harmony to manifest in the outside world. We ground our electrical appliances to prevent them from sparking and starting fires... and we need to do the same thing for our energetic bodies. You can ground yourself by visualizing a long cord running down from you, down below your feet, far into the core of the Earth. Imagine that all the worries and troubles that beleague you are falling down, down, down that cord, never to return.
(2) Hope for a Reality Shift
When my young daughter used to lose things, she would say, "Hope for reality shift! Hope for reality shift!" over and over again as she walked around the house. Her intention of allowing for her lost item to return (even to a place we'd already looked) helped make such a reunion possible. I now make sure that I say my intention out loud any time I've lost something that I dearly love and wish to find again. I know that it is possible for lost things to reappear in places I have thoroughly searched -- and even sometimes in very strange or unusual places. This intention is extremely important, because it gives the universe permission to return your lost item to you when you allow for a miraculous shift in reality to occur.
An easy meditation for finding lost things is based on breathing. As you exhale, imagine that you are breathing out all your worries and fears. As you inhale, imagine that you are breathing in love. You are letting go of any sense of panic or loss, and feeling more and more loving and loved. If you have another favorite meditation, this is a very good time to do it. The main idea now is to remain grounded as you relax further, while opening your mind and heart fully into experiencing whatever this moment brings. If you would like to meditate with music, try listening to something like this song written just for this occasion, called Lost Socks and Missing Keys, to get you in a good mood: