The law of attraction

In a nutshell the law of attraction states that ‘like attracts like’, but the scope of this laws goes deeper than the literal meaning of these simple words. At present, the scientific world accepts the law of attraction as a theory but practitioners of the law come up with tangible statements that show that is works in a variety of ways. The law in a deeper sense explains that the dominant thoughts of a person define their reality. In this regard, you are not what you think you are but you are a person defined by your most prolific thoughts. Read on to find out exactly what the law of attraction is and how it applies to your life and that of other individuals.

In this world, various laws of nature operate harmoniously and in a fixed way, as they should because they are laws. They include the law of gravity as well as that of action and reaction. These are the most common laws because they manifest in the physical phone. Every piece of matter eventually falls to the ground when no force holds it suspended. At the same time all actions cause an equal and opposite reaction for nature to maintain its balance. In the same way, at the thought level, every thought causes a manifestation of that thought in a person’s reality. If you think more about a donkey then you will notice things related to donkeys and if it is physically possible, you will see an actual donkey.

Many people dismiss the law of attraction because they lack sufficient evidence to explain its presence and actions in their lives. In the donkey example above, a person will find it hard to keep thinking about a donkey when such a creature does not interest him or her, and in this case, it will be difficult to quantify the claim of attraction. Only pertinent thoughts that are genuinely initiated in our minds create the attraction effect in our reality. Thoughts are energy waves and the genuine ones, whether based on fear or courage, hold more energy potential than the superficial ones.

Choosing your reaction to life’s circumstances will affect your dominant thoughts about your future in the immediate and long-term sense. If you decide to focus on the bad things that will happen in your life, and actually accompany that thought with the emotions of fear, regret and frustration, then that is all that you will notice and consequently attract in your life.

A good illustration of this point comes from the habits of poor people who avoid purchasing things in bulk to enjoy discounts because they are fearful of not having sufficient money to pay other bills and emergencies. As they withhold their expenditure, they also keep on create many emergencies where their supplies suddenly run out. Overall, their thoughts on insufficiency cause them to make poor decisions that contribute more to their insufficient realities. On the other hand, people who think about abundance in their lives will shop in bulk and enjoy discounts that allow them leave them with enough disposable cash to cushion them against unforeseen circumstance. In essence, that is how the law of attraction works, where you attract and become what you think about most of the time.

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