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How to Practice the Law of Attraction Properly


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It doesn't do you much good to be aware of what the law of attraction is if you do not know how to use it to achieve success in your own life. Once you have got the basics of the law of attraction under your belt you will be able to apply it to any part of your life.

The first step towards success using the law of attraction is to accept responsibility for the things that have occurred in your life, both good and bad. This is often the most challenging part of achieving success through manifestation because we are led to believe from childhood that our surroundings contribute in part to the territory in which we find ourselves. It's very hard to take be accountable and take on board the fact that your environment was not the major factor in each of these events; in many cases you will have no one to blame but yourself.

In order to help yourself move beyond these events take a moment and write down on a piece of paper all of the major events in your life (again, both good and bad). Leave lots of space beneath each one. Now, allow yourself a moment to go back and review these events. Write what you were experiencing emotionally at the time [if you can] they occured, how you felt before they happened and what events had happened before this. Chances are you are going to find that events occurring in your favor happened at times when you were possessed of a positive attitude and other things in your life were going right. On the flip side, negative events which occurred probably happened in the same period with other events in your life which caused you to have a negative outlook on life. Coincidence?

Once you have understood that you are responsible for your own fate it is time to go another step and determine what it is about your life that you would like to change. Do you want to find a new career? Move to a new suburb? Enter into a committed relationship? Receive a promotion?

Identify the things you want to achieve and write them down. Display them in a prominent place; being able to look at the anticipated results of your hard work will keep you on the right track. Essentially, with the creation of this list you are asking the cosmos for what you want. Take time to think on this for a while so that it is lodged strongly in your mind, and keep your goals specific; making a goal too large or too vague is an almost certain guarantee that you will not be able to get there because you will be too busy worrying about how you are going to achieve it.

Work to raise your vibrations so that they are all positive. Try to act and feel as though you are confident that the end result you are hoping for is going to occur. This is the bedrock of the law of attraction because it is very easy to allow your mind to wander to all of the obstacles which you may meet when attempting to fulfill your goals. This will cause your vibrations to become negative and will work against you rather than for you.

Accept that it ‘can’ happen. Many times your unconscious mind is your stumbling block; you are attempting to convince your conscious mind that something can happen while at the same time your subconscious is picking out the reasons that it will never work. In order to help yourself overcome this stumbling block and have complete faith in the fact that you will be able to effect this change in your life you should look again at the list you have made where you have written your goals and attempt to write them in terms that will help your mind and body accept them as fact.

It is recommended that you write these statements in the third person rather than the first; it is often difficult for the mind to accept something as fact when it is couched in such relative terms as I, me or my. For example, if you are attempting to find a new job you could say, “Millions of people every year work in jobs which make them happy". If you are seeking to enter a meaningful relationship you could say, “Millions of people around the globe have found their soul mate and are now happily settled in comfortable, established relationships".

The purpose of writing these statements down is to purge the negative vibes and doubts from your mind. If you are unable to accept the outcome as fact your subconscious mind is going to conjure a different outcome, and it is going to be this outcome that your mind and body focus on; therefore, this outcome is going to be the one that will become your reality and you will walk away absolutely certain that the law of attraction is one hundred percent false.

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