Mindfulness, Self Improvement

The Law of Attraction Explained

The Law of Attraction is the notion that as humans, we all have the ability to attract the atmosphere that we want to be around and associate with.

Like attracts alike. If you believe within yourself that you are capable, amazing, confident, empowering and positive, then you will become that way, no matter your current situation or environment. This notion is believed to have the power to take our thoughts, and process them into our actions, and subsequently our behaviour. What we feel, we become. If we feel successful, we will be successful. If we feel powerful, courageous, in control, then these ideas will ‘manifest’ themselves into our reality. Our focus can determine a lot of what happens around us, as it channels what we allow ourselves to see – either the good or the bad.

This strongly links with the escence of positive thinking, and if you are able to master this, then you will be able to take on life – and all of its unexpected challenges – with ease. Although they are stark opposites, there is a very fine line between negativity and positivity. In any given situation, we are faced with the option to look at it from a positive viewpoint, or to pick the holes in it until it falls apart. This simple choice can determine our outlook on not only that situation, but all other similar issues in the future. Holding onto and believing in the law of attraction means that if we train our minds to only look at the positive viewpoint, then this positivity will manifest into reality.

 

To bring anything into your life, imagine that it’s already there. – Richard Bach

 

Don’t doubt yourself.

When a thought enters your mind – don’t doubt its’ validity. You are important, and so what you think and feel are equally as important. So often we want to do something, but something inside of us tells us that we aren’t capable of doing it, we think of what could go wrong, and we eventually talk ourselves out of it through self-doubt. Instead, you should be telling yourself “actually, yes, I can do this. I will do this”. Following the Law of Attraction, by eradicating self-doubt, you are eradicating the option for it to go wrong.

Trust the Universe.

This might sound a bit willy nilly, but I have been so much more positive in my life since I chose to accept what is, what will be, and what will never be. I am a strong believer of fate – what is meant to be will be that way in the end. This can help to prevent a lot of stress and unnecessary worry from the uncertainties of the future. By trusting the Universe, you will feel more at peace with those around you, and most importantly, more at peace with yourself. The Law of Attraction will work with you here, and give you peace in return.

Be mindful.

Using mindfulness in your life can also help with the Law of Attraction. Staying grounded can allow you to feel more in connect with yourself, and therefore more in connect with your thoughts and feelings. This can make it much easier to focus on what you want from life, effectively leading to these thoughts processing into reality. For tips on how to use mindfulness in your daily life, and other benefits of it, check out Daily Mindfulness and Mindfulness Exercises to Improve Your Way of Life!

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2 thoughts on “The Law of Attraction Explained

  1. I like your suggestions and approach. I’ve had some experience with the Law Of Attraction, but haven’t been as successful as I think I could be.
    I believe that I’ve doubted myself in the past and that has been the source of ineffectiveness in my life.
    I’m going to read this again and put some of this into action so I can get more benefit from this.

    1. Hi there!
      It’s great that you’ve given this a go in the past. Self-doubt is the main issue that people struggle with, you just need to have faith in yourself and the Universe that you are more than capable to whatever you put your mind to! 🙂

      Don’t hesistate to contact me if you need any further help 🙂

      Sophie

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