But what is this Law of Attraction really?
This is an important question because many people feel as though they've done everything 'right' to achieve their dreams using this principle but haven't yet succeeded. They've visualized their brains out, they've immersed themselves in the picture of the success they see for themselves and they've made it real in all their senses. They've asked, believed and been open to receiving without seeing results.
So what's wrong with this picture? For one thing, there is a tendency on the part of some to take their apparent failure to heart and blame themselves for not 'attracting' things correctly. They think there's something wrong with them. Others become frustrated and even angry that the universe apparently not listening to their wishes for success. Both responses are understandable, but both tend to reinforce the person's negative self-image.
However, regardless of how a person responds to not seeing their visualization come true, in most cases there is a gap in understanding that goes along with this apparent failure. Today we'll fix that.
The key to understanding how to make the Law of Attraction work is to realize that it's not just some magic mumbo jumbo. Instead it is actually based on a simple fact of life, namely, we get what we focus on. And rather than spending time looking backwards and blaming ourselves because we aren't where we want to be, we can use this fact to learn how to focus on something really worthwhile, while taking action to achieve it.
Which do you think a person has a better shot at creating, a shiny new car or a rich fulfilling life? Sure, the new car has appeal - it is, after all, an outward expression of success. But if you ask yourself honestly which is more important, most people would respond by saying a rich, fulfilling life is.
So perhaps it's time to get more deeply engaged in the process of how we can get what we focus on. And central to the ability to make it happen is knowing what inspires and motivates us. Nothing of value in the world was ever created by only imagining it.
Imagination is important, but it's only the beginning. A great artist doesn't become great by sitting around imagining painting. They must practice painting daily, getting better by gradual degrees over time. The same is true of any other worthwhile goal. Without daily practice, nothing will happen. No amount of visualization by itself creates reality.
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