The Beginner's Guide To The Law Of Attraction
Simply put, the Law of Attraction says that "like attracts like", and has nothing to do with metaphysics or ‘magical thinking’.
The law of attraction is a natural, universal law, much like gravity. Whether you believe it or not, whether you want to believe it or not, the Law of Attraction always was, and will always be.
The origins of the law of attraction lie at the core of Hinduism and Buddhism – karma. Karma is a law of cause and effect, and it fundamentally states that we reap what we sow. Every thought that we send out to the world, whether they are thoughts of happiness or thoughts of hatred, they will come back to us.
The Law of Attraction states that you will attract and manifest into your life the things that match your thoughts or your vibrations. On a macrocosmic and microcosmic level, the things that makes you vibrate, that grab you emotionally, are constantly moving toward you.
Every thought is a vibration that you send out into the Universe, and you attract into your life whatever you are in vibrational resonance with. Your vibrations are your feelings, your inner desires, your dreams, and it’s your vibration that attract experiences, people and things to you.
Think of yourself as a powerful magnet that pulls to itself, that attracts every thought that you ‘hold’ into your head.
The more you focus on something, the more you will attract it, consciously or unconsciously. The law of attraction is simply the Universe giving you back the things you are keeping vibrant in your mind.
Think of yourself as a powerful magnet that pulls to itself, that attracts every thought that you ‘hold’ into your head. Whether you are truly focused on using the law of attraction or not, you are always attracting into your life what you are thinking about.
If you are actually thinking about something you love and enjoy or that you desire, you are in fact commanding the Cosmic Energy to work for you. But what is Cosmic Energy?Next: The Universe is Energy