This is going to sound like a lame answer Art, but what has worked for me is to stop trying so hard to find evidence and proof and instead set my intent on growth... from there I just try to remain open to what comes. Ironically what has come from this approach is evidence.. which I no longer really need. The difference is between seeking data as evidence as apposed to collecting data while trying to grow. .... I still do tests, but my intent is... simply to experience things that will help me grow. If it doesn't pan out, then I assume that I won't be useful for me at this time and I move on to something else. Apparently this was what I was missing. It of course may not be true for all, but this has been my experience.
I have no idea what your intent is of course, and I don't mean to imply that your intent is just to find evidence. I'm just throwing my experience out there in case it is useful.
Yes, Justin, I think that is a very subtle, and equally powerful. adjustment. I have made that adjustment, inconsistently, and noticed a difference, for example in synchronicities.
This lines right up for me with Surrender, "Let Go, Let God", going with the flow and Loving What Is (by Byron Katie). I think Tom would say we tend to get what we need, not what we want. Maybe try not to have any expectations whatsoever, and just observe, experience and assimilate what's happening.
I'm just putting my two dollars in :) (inflation)