What is The Law of Attraction
The Law of Attraction is a theory stating that positive thoughts bring positive results into one’s life. While lacking scientific evidence, some of the greatest thinkers in the world, such as Henry Ford believe in it.
Whether You Think You Can, or Think You Can’t … You’re RightHenry Ford
There are three mechanisms to the Law.
Like attracts Like: If you surround yourself with more of the object of your desire, say more images of money… Or more money… Then you will attract more money.
Nature hates a vacuum: If you remove the negative things from your life, this will make room for more positive things.
The present is always perfect: There are always things you can do to improve the present moment. Focus on making the present the best it can be.
Impact of the Law
The Law taps into people’s spirituality. This can result in reduced stress, less depression, and improved mental well-being.
The basis behind the Law of Attraction is that everything is energy, including people. By changing our thoughts with positive ones, we change our frequency and attract more positive things in our lives.
Why doesn’t The Law of Attraction work for most people
So, in summary, if you surround yourself with images of what you want, you meditate on it, and you think happy thoughts, you will attract into your life more of what you want.
But for most people, this does not work. They keep meditating and visualizing and still, nothing happens.
What works? What’s the missing ingredient?
Two things, it turns out.
First of all, your objective must generate an emotional response from you. In other words, it must excite you!
Second, you must take directed action toward your goal.
It turns out that ACTION is the missing ingredient to make The Law of Attraction work for you. Without action, directed towards your goal, all your meditating is like a car without fuel. It may be the best car in the world, and still, if you don’t put in the fuel, it’s never going to take you anywhere.
So, don’t hesitate anymore. Take action and take action now, as Brian Tracy loves to say.