As you stroll through life with its ups and downs, have you ever thought; there has to be a better way? Rest assured, there is and we have it in these twelve steps. Many New Age thinkers call it the Law of Attraction. Whatever we think about we attract, good or bad. It’s the power of the universe and positive thinking.
How you can implement the law of attraction
Improving your life through positive thinking is the easiest and most enjoyable way to change your life for the better. Powerful thinking and acting your way into a new way of living will have profound results. Sooner or later you will be seeking bigger and better manifestations.
You attract good or bad experiences based on your thoughts.
“The one who speaks most about illness has illness. The one who speaks about prosperity has prosperity,” Esther and Jerry Hicks write. “You attract all of it.” By focusing on something, you make it happen.
You can make good things happen more quickly by thinking about them more..
“Want” and “desire” consist of wanting “to focus attention, or give thought toward a subject, while at the same time experiencing positive emotion. When you give your attention to a subject and you feel only positive emotion about it as you do so, it will come very quickly into your experience,” the Hicks write.
To make a change, you’ve got to see things as you hope them to be, not as they are.
“In order to effect true positive change in your experience, you must disregard how things are — as well as how others are seeing you — and give more of your attention to the way you prefer things to be,” the book says.
It’s better to trust your emotions than over-think a decision.
In other words: Listen to your intuition. Instead of overthinking your choices, let your emotions guide you toward what is right and what is wrong. This will result in a more satisfying life.
The more you focus on something, the more powerful it becomes.
This allows you to create your own reality by “attracting” the experiences you want to have. You probably brought bad things upon yourself by worrying about them, according to the laws described in the book.