The Law of Attraction is an important concept to understand since it’s true that we attract what we believe, feel, and desire.
You attract what you are and you create what you think about. Act like the person you want to become. Think like the person you want to become. Nothing changes in your life unless you make the decision and commitment to change it. Hold an image in your mind of how you wish to see yourself living.
Visualize it every day and you will unconsciously start to do things that will move you towards that goal.
WHAT IS THE LAW OF ATTRACTION?
So, what is the law of attraction? The Law of Attraction is the name given to the belief that focusing on positive or negative thoughts can bring a positive or negative result in your life. The Law of Attraction is a topic that is increasingly talked about by anyone interested in psychology, personal development, and lifestyle enhancement.
As I have known about this technique for several years now, and lately I have listened to several authors who have spoken on this topic, I decided to explore it a little more. In the meantime, I also read the ultra-popular book.
The Secret, which talks about an almost identical thing. What is The Law of Attraction? Here are my thoughts.
The Law of Attraction is not about manifesting all the time and doing a bunch of techniques.
It’s about being aware of how your beliefs, thoughts, and feelings manifest in your reality. What you believe to be true, The Universe will provide you a proof of. This goes both ways – positive and negative.
When you reach for the thought that feels better, the Universe is now responding differently to you because of that effort. And so, the things that follow you get better and better, too. So it gets easier to reach for the thought that feels better, because you are on ever-increasing, improving platforms that feel better. Abraham Hicks
Of course, there are events and situations that are beyond our control and we can’t do anything to change them. However, we have the ability to choose how to react to them.
Remain open to growth and change, and release expectations rooted in ego or fear.
Trying to control, will only push you farther away from what you want.
Sometimes, things don’t work out, or things get delayed because the Universe is trying to get our attention. We’re meant to know something else first. When we focus on what didn’t seem to work out on the surface, we block out the lesson that needs to be learned within ourselves. The law of attraction is real.
“As far as I can tell, it’s just about letting the universe know what you want and working toward it, while letting go of how it comes to pass. Your job is not to figure out how it’s going to happen for you, but to open the door in your head. And when the door opens in real life… just walk through it” – Jim Carrey
Manifesting often is called the law of attraction. You want something to happen so you act like you already have it happening. Honestly speaking, the law of attraction is more a mechanism to let someone gain self-confidence and motivation to go towards their dreams. It isn’t some spell.
Instead of focusing on a disease or any health problem, try to be grateful that you have ways to treat it and deal with it while you are working on healing. Always focus on what’s working rather than on what’s not going right.
This Universe is based on attraction, which means every thought of yours immediately attracts ether high vibrational beings or low vibrational beings, who make it easy to continue the thought train you’ve started.
Our job as humans is to hold on to the thoughts of what we want, make it absolutely clear in our minds what we want, and from that, we start to invoke one of the greatest laws in the Universe, and that’s the law of attraction. You become what you think about most, but you also attract what you think about most. — John Assaraf
The entire world is a projection of your mind; a holographic mirror that reflects your present state of consciousness. This world will not change until you change your perception about it.
Believe you have it; know that you can do whatever you set yourself to do; trust the universe and its way of rewarding your love and efforts.
Accept the past for what it is. Don’t sugar coat it and don’t overthink it, trying to come up with reasons for why it happened the way it did. Just let it go. Stop emotionally reacting to it and repeating it in your head. That’s just going to keep it active in your reality.
Once you have let go and unattached from it, set the intentions for what you do want, and then focus on that new perspective and how it would make you feel.
Let go of the idea that your life has to be perfect before you start to love it. Accept where you are right now, but also be aware that you have the power to alter your life. You have the power to create a new chapter, a fresh beginning.
And meanwhile, enjoy the journey. Start to appreciate the fact that you’re alive. Every day is a brand new opportunity to recreate yourself. Be grateful for this chance. Instead of complaining, think about your goals. Do something every day to get closer to them.
The more we dwell on negativity, the more our brains become primed for pessimism and, as such, the more we’re inclined to view the world around us in a negative light.
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