The Law of Attraction


Simply put, the Law of Attraction is the ability to attract into our lives whatever we focus our thoughts on. It is believed that regardless of age, nationality or spirituality, we are all susceptible to the laws which govern the Universe – known as the “Law of Attraction.” It is the Law of Attraction which uses the power of our mind to translate whatever is in our thoughts and materialize them into reality. In basic terms, all thoughts turn into things eventually. If you focus on negative thoughts you will remain under that cloud of negativity. If you focus on positive thoughts, and have goals that you aim to achieve you will find a way to achieve them with massive action.


1. Visualize

If what you desire is something tangible like a new car, then you have to feel as if you already have that new car. Not wishing you owned the car or hoping that someday you will eventually own the car, but actually feeling as if you already own that vehicle, today. You have to continue thinking and feeling this way all the time. This is very important. Your thoughts must be consistent. Take a few moments every day to close your eyes and visualize opening the door to your garage and seeing the car parked inside, hearing the noises made by the car when it is unlocked or turned on. Physically grip your finger's around this car's steering wheel and note how the (hopefully synthetic leather) feels beneath your fingers. The more detailed your vision, the better! If there's that person you are attracted to, see yourself speaking with them, dating them, or even being intimate with that person. You have to commit to the feeling of already having that person in your life.

2. Vocalize (Your Desires)

Begin to talk about what you are manifesting with others and enroll them in your dream. Begin to speak with others as if what you want is already coming to you, or already part of your experience.

During this stage it is important to remember "I am..." is a powerful creative statement. I say this because these two simple words act as a declaration. This will help begin the process of creating. Be sure whatever follows "I am..." is what you want in the now. For example:

"I am financially stable and able to support my family and friends."

"I am healthy and strong. I feel full of energy and wellness always."

"I am able to work from home and travel whenever I please."

3. Begin a Gratitude Journal

    Take ten minutes each and every day to physically write down what you are grateful for. But here's the twist, not only should you include things that you are grateful for currently, but also include what you will be appreciative of in the future. For example, if you are working towards manifesting a new home or spouse, write down in your journal "Today I am grateful for my beautiful new home which provides me with warmth and security." Or "Today I am grateful for a loving partner who supports and appreciates me." Jot down five of each in a journal every single day consistently for a few months.

      4. Take Action

      If you want a new job, one that is more more fulfilling or better paying, you must realize that solely thinking about and talking about this new job will not get you there. You must take action if you want this particular job. Begin actively looking for this job each week. Make new business contacts. Do research online and look at the physical numbers of how much salary you will be taking home with you when this new job begins. Talk about what you want in a job with others around you. Tell your friends and family what you are doing. By doing all of this consecutively for an ongoing period of time you are supporting your desires with action.

      Be sure about what you want and when you do decide don't doubt yourself. Know exactly what it is that you want. You are powerful. You are capable of creating your life by design. Know this. Embody this.

      All of my love


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