Lessons to Learn from the Law of Attraction

 

The concept of law of attraction is pretty simple, you attract or bring in to your life what you think and believe the most. So, if you’re thinking more of negative thoughts then you will get more of it in the future and same is true for the positive ones. This is a new thought based upon Philosophy that claims you attract some sort of energy. Moreover, the said concept received many skeptical comments and write-ups due to its lack of testability about how one’s thought can actually affect the circumstances outside his head. Despite the opposing claims, many have adapted its possibility in the hopes of getting a better life.

While Law of Attraction’s magic is still under discussion, here are few lessons we can draw from it that might be of help in our respective lives:

Clear and proper alignment

When the things you want out of life are clear to you and in turn, feel positive about it, your actions will be directed towards these goals and aspirations, thus, there is proper alignment or mutual agreement between your thoughts and actions. For example, if you are targeting to get higher sales for a promotion (your motivation is clear here—to be promoted) and you feel hyped just about thinking it, you will become driven to develop new marketing strategies that will back you up in approaching your clients.

Positive thinking generate happy feelings

Nobody enjoys the feeling of depression and bad stress for the rest of their lives. When you think about positive things or thoughts that please you, it never fails to bring out joy, happiness, hope and excitement. As a result, you feel good about yourself, your job, family and friends and you see the good in almost everything. Physiologically, your body releases happy hormones or feel-good chemicals when you feel great.

Gratefulness bring more appreciation

One of the concepts taught by Law of Attraction is to list down the things that you “currently” have and feel thankful for it. This action helps you see the glass half full instead of half empty, meaning to say, instead of focusing on the things that you do not have, you shift your attention and energy to what you possess. In turn, you will realize that no matter what your situation is, there is still something good about it and it’s not that bad after all.

You stop your limiting beliefs

Sometimes, the only person who is stopping you from achieving what you want in life is you. With your thoughts suggesting self-disbelief and underestimation of strengths, you doom yourself inside a world where you cannot maximize your full potential. When you reconsider the cliché of “everything is possible, just put your mind and heart into it” idea, you begin to re-evaluate yourself, the next steps you can take on—little by little until you get to what you want to become.

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