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The Laws of Attraction

Posted October 7, 2006


Q. I recently learned about the laws of attraction and am looking for guidance.  How can I use these laws without running up against walls? -- E.C., Boynton Beach

A. The Law of Attraction implies that you are a great magnet.
 
What you focus on expands – and what you resist persists.

Even if you are thinking about something you do not want, you are putting attention on it and attracting it to you.

Whatever you put in your conscious or subconscious mind, you attract into your experience.

This law is very much tied to the principles of cause and effect. It is the law that establishes you as a being made in the image and likeness of the Creator, with a mind that possesses the same creative properties.

Things such as doubt and uncertainty exist because we do not realize our responsibility and power as the creators of our reality.

As you begin to see the link between your thoughts and your experiences, you will become a deliberate thinker and eradicate negative thoughts.

Your work is to align your thoughts with your desires. If you concentrate your attention on running up against walls, that is what you will experience.

Avoid focusing on the limitations and simply set your attention on your desired outcome.

As this anonymous quote suggests, “Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Choose your words, for they become actions. Understand your actions, for they become habits. Study your habits, for they will become your character. Develop your character, for it becomes your destiny."

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