The idea behind the Law of Attraction (LoA) is probably must known from “The Secret”. Their approach is super commercial, which takes away reliability in my eyes. By creating such a mysterious thing around the law, it actually feels less accessible to me.
The law learned me to listen to my desires and not to be afraid for them. I achieved goals and fulfilled desires through the LoA way of thinking. For me personally, it’s not even about achievements all the time. Being in alignment with life (or universe, or god, or whatever you want to call it) is most valuable to me, which basically means you are an energetic match to whatever it is what you want, associated with feeling good and relaxed.
The LoA is not necessarily about making money, getting that new car or those pairs of Louboutins. It is about exploring and pursuing your desires, being content with what you already have and living the life of your dreams. I’m so excited about this law that I would like to share my experiences with you to learn you how to fulfill your desires; without making this thing feel like some sort of cult.
I’m currently reading “Ask and It’s Given” by Abraham Hicks. I found it somewhat hard to come along with the introduction of the book, but the chapters are pretty logical to me and assist me in getting my thoughts and feelings more structured. I don’t consider the LoA as spacey or mysterious; it rather is the basis of our lives and perception. You can take note of it or not, but each one of us is involved in it. It’s not a secret, it’s no mystery. It’s in front of us all the time, and once you start to notice this, it’s gonna be more obvious and accessible.
I recently wrote an article “do anxious people actually believe in the law of attraction“. You can expect more articles regarding the LoA from now on. Hope you’re as excited about this as I am!
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