It is a Natural Law like the Law of Gravity, and the premise of this Law is:
“That which is like unto itself is drawn”.
The Law of Attraction is also a mechanical process that is
- happening automatically
- happening all the time
- happening whether you are aware of it or not.
The Law of Attraction is often abbreviated to LOA.
What you give your attention to
A pretty simple way of explaining the principles of the Law of Attraction is this:
Whatever you give your attention to, you get more of in your life
– whether it is something that you want or something that you don’t want!
Do you know what it means to give your attention to something?
You give your attention every time you think or talk about something – which is actually most of the time, right?
This means that when you are worrying about something (thinking/talking about it)
-> you are attracting/creating more to worry about
When you are complaining about something (thinking/talking about it)
-> you are attracting/creating more to complaint about
When you are feeling upset about someone/something
-> you are attracting/creating more to feel upset about.
Luckily, it goes the other way around as well:
This means that when you are enjoying something
-> you are attracting/creating more to enjoy
When you are looking forward to something
-> you are attracting/creating more to look forward to
And when you are feeling grateful for something or someone
-> you are attracting/creating more to feel grateful for.
Your thoughts and words are powerful
The more I have studied the Law of Attraction, the more I have become aware of how powerful our words and our thoughts are – they literally create our future!
As a result, I have become very deliberate about what I give my attention to.
And I pay attention to my thoughts and redirect them deliberately, when I realize they are going in a direction that I don’t want to go.
Sometimes I’m asked, if it is really possible to change your thoughts?
And my answer is always: YES, but it takes a lot of practice.
For me it has not been easy. It has taken a lot of focus, a lot of practice and a lot of time.
But it has absolutely been worth it 🙂Share This: