Our thoughts and emotions have the ability to shape our reality, and by harnessing the law of attraction, we can manifest our desires and achieve success and happiness.
The law of attraction suggests that what you emit into the universe is what you will attract back into your life.
Negative thoughts and emotions will attract more negativity, while positive thoughts and emotions will attract positivity.
For example, if you feel anger most of the time, you will encounter more events that will make you angry. Conversely, if you keep a happy mindset, you'll have more things in your life to be happy about.
You are what you think.
This law is referenced by poets, philosophers, and religious texts.
The law of attraction operates on positive statements. Negative statements are harmful.
To change one's current state, it is essential to send out positive messages and focus on what is desired.
Make your message and desire as specific as possible.
Say positive statements like “I will have $500,000 in my savings account in five years” instead of negative statements like “I don't want to be poor”.
Pro-peace protests are more effective than anti-war protests.
The universe is made of energy vibrating at different frequencies, and objects with matching frequencies are naturally attracted. Similarly, changing our thoughts changes our thought frequencies, which affect what is attracted to us. Our predominant frequency is determined by what we think about most, and it shapes our experiences.
When you love and respect yourself, the universe will send you people that love and respect you.
There are three steps to shape the universe into what you want:
Ask: clearly state what you desire using language that is specific, shows gratitude as if you've already received it, and in the present tense. Example: “I am grateful to be in a loving relationship.”
Believe: have the utmost faith and confidence in your desires.
Receive: envision the feeling of already having what you desire to reinforce the right frequencies, and open yourself to receive the opportunities that come your way.
Visualization is helpful to believing and receiving positive thoughts. Print the bank statement you want to have or a photo of the place you want to live.
Repeating affirmations like "I can do it!" can also reinforce positive thinking.
Your body replaces all its cells every three years. By changing thought patterns, eliminating negative thoughts (e.g., “I'm scared to be fat”), and believing in the body's ability to heal itself, individuals can improve their well-being.
We are part of the universe and we should strive to live in harmony with it and not be in competition with it.
If what you do in your life feels like a chore, then you're on the wrong track and there is probably resistance and fear surrounding you. When you're on the right track, all you do will feel natural, enjoyable, and with no inner resistance.