If you haven’t heard, there’s an unwritten universal law which says that we receive whatever we attract. This unwritten law, is called the Law of Attraction.
Have you ever heard of manifesting? It’s become somewhat of a buzzword recently, but manifesting is based in the Law of Attraction. By manifesting, you are putting your energy towards the future that you want. You visualize and speak of your future as if it was happening at the moment, present-tense. The Law of Attraction works by controlling your thoughts and focusing on what you really want. Also, ignoring the negatives plays a big part as well; you attract what you are putting energy towards.
Is The Law Of Attraction Real?
The Law of Attraction is controversial, and there’s a division between believers and non-believers. Bob Proctor is an expert on the Law of Attraction, and swears by it. He says that your thoughts control the energy that is attracted to you. He explains this by saying that the thoughts you think control the vibration you are in, which dictates what you attract. There’s a whole documentary movie on Amazon Prime currently called “The Secret” which has real people from all fields telling their Law of Attraction stories and breaking down the law. It’s your choice to believe or disbelieve, although I have seen many successful people credit it to their success.
When Did The Law Of Attraction Start?
The Buddha, founder of Buddhism, once said “all that we are is the result of what we have thought: it is founded on our thoughts and is made up of our thoughts”. Also, The Law of Attraction theory has been mentioned in some ancient text of Christianity. During the 19th Century, Helena Blavatsky and Thomas Troward published books spreading the word of the Law of Attraction and manifestation. Towards the end of the 19th Century, Prentice Mulford coined the term Law of Attraction by using it in his essays in 1891.
How Can I Apply The Law Of Attraction Myself?
It’s easy to use the Law of Attraction. All you have to do is constantly think about what you want in your life, and weed out all negative thoughts. You have to use your thoughts as guides to your destination, any wrong turn must be re-routed. When you control your thoughts to be positive, you will have a positive life (according to the law). You can also manifest, by saying aloud what your goals are but in present-tense like it’s already happened (I have one million dollars, instead of I want one million dollars). Even if the Law of Attraction doesn’t work 100% accurately, the theory does encourage you to have better thoughts. I don’t see any harm in influencing people to think more positively. If interested, try it out and see if it works for you.