Law of Attraction

The Law of Attraction is a principle as consistent as gravity. It teaches us that our inner world of thoughts and beliefs shapes our reality. In essence, like attracts like. This ancient wisdom, shared by many cultures and philosophies, isn’t just about positive thinking; it’s a blueprint for creating a life that aligns with our deepest intentions and desires.

To effectively use the Law of Attraction for conscious manifestation, following these steps can be quite helpful:

  1. Set Clear Intentions: Begin by identifying what you truly desire. Be specific and detailed in your vision, imagining your goal as if it’s already achieved. This clarity defines your desire and sets the direction for your journey.
  2. Believe in Your Vision: Transform your intentions into reality by believing in them rather than merely hoping. It’s about trusting deeply in the certainty of your dreams coming true. Consider this belief as an energetic force that drives you towards your goals.
  3. Embrace Expectation: Cultivate a mindset of expectation. Believe that what you seek is not just possible but already on its way. This positive anticipation sends a powerful message to the universe, aligning it with your desires.
  4. Stay Attuned to Your Emotions: Pay attention to your emotions as you move through the process. They are indicators of your alignment with your goal. Positive emotions like joy and excitement suggest you are on the right path. At the same time, negative feelings may indicate a need for realignment.
  5. Practice Self-Love: Build your dreams on the foundation of self-love. Appreciating and respecting yourself creates a vibration of worthiness. The universe responds to this vibration by aligning circumstances in your favor.
  6. Take Action: As the universe aligns with your intentions, take proactive steps towards your goals. These actions reinforce your beliefs and preferences. They are not just tasks but affirmations of your readiness to receive and embrace your desired outcomes.
  7. Engage with the Universe: Understand that using the Law of Attraction is about forming a harmonious relationship with the universe. It’s not about forcing your will but aligning your desires so that the universe supports you.

By following these steps, you actively participate in creating your experience. Remember, the Law of Attraction is more than just a concept; it’s a transformative way of being that unlocks your creative potential.

To enhance your attraction power, consider trying these exercises:

  • Daily Visualization Practice: Spend time each day in a peaceful setting visualizing your desires as already accomplished, immersing yourself in the emotions of these achievements.
  • Gratitude Journaling: End each day by writing down three things you are grateful for. This practice enhances your positive energy, aligning you more closely with your aspirations.

Incorporating these practices deepens your connection with the Law of Attraction, enabling you to transition from being a passive observer to an active creator.


Life mirrors our beliefs and feelings. Imagine how your day could change if you began with the positive affirmation, “Today is full of opportunities.” Compare this to starting the day with the thought, “It’s just another day of the same old struggles.” The affirmations we choose and believe in can uplift or bring us down.

What Are Affirmations? Affirmations aren’t just feel-good quotes. When spoken with conviction, they are potent declarations that can direct our thoughts and bridge the gap between our current selves and our desired future. Think of them as seeds; with care and repetition, they transform into our reality.

Why Do Affirmations Work? The science of ‘neuroplasticity’ shows that our brains are adaptable. Research has demonstrated that experiences can shape the brain, and affirmations can guide this reshaping process.

Tips for Effective Affirmations:

  1. Stay Positive and Present: Opt for “I am confident” over “I will be confident.”
  2. Be Specific: “I am vibrant and full of energy” is preferable to “I am healthy.”
  3. Emotionally Charge Them: The deeper the feeling, the more influential the affirmation.
  4. Believe and Repeat: Make genuine commitments and revisit them often.

Pitfalls to Avoid: Always use positive framing. For instance, you could use “I am filled with inner peace” instead of “I am not anxious.”

Sample Affirmations:

  • Health: “I am radiantly healthy in body, mind, and spirit.”
  • Love: “I love and accept myself completely, just as I am.”
  • Prosperity: “I align with the universe’s abundance, and it supports my goals.”
  • Peace: “Inner peace is my sanctuary, and I carry it wherever I go.”
  • Success: “Every step I take leads me toward my vision of success.”

Incorporating affirmations into your daily routine can be transformative. Trust the process, stay consistent, and believe in your power to manifest positivity.

Morning Routine

Ensuring a good day starts with how we begin it. The way we start our day sets the tone for the experiences ahead. In the past, I used to hit snooze on my alarm clock over and over, leaving me with little time to get ready for work. On weekends or days off, I’d sleep as late as possible and then turn on the television. Neither of these approaches paved the way for a good day.

Fortunately, over time, I’ve established an incredibly beneficial morning routine. Here’s what I do:

  • I start my day with meditation, which can vary in form – from Transcendental Meditation to simply closing my eyes and focusing on my breath or sometimes chanting. I dedicate around 20 minutes to this practice.
  • Next, I journal. I jot down a few pages in a notebook, expressing my thoughts on various topics or preparing myself mentally for the day. Journaling helps me clear my mind and gain focus.
  • After journaling, I do affirmations. These affirmations can be written down, spoken aloud, or even recited while looking into a mirror. They change from day to day, but recently, I’ve been affirming things like “I am enough for all situations,” “I am supplied and supported,” and “I am open and receptive to all good.”
  • I then list five things I am grateful for and why. It could be big things like my loved ones, home, and friends, or smaller things like the morning tea I drink or good weather. Most importantly, I focus on the reasons why I am grateful. This connects me with the feeling of gratitude, which is the key to manifestation.
  • Finally, I do an affirmative prayer or spiritual mind treatment. This powerful process shifts my consciousness and aligns my thoughts with the good that already surrounds me.

Only after completing this routine do I check my email, browse the news, or begin to go about my day. Doing so ensures that I approach my activities from a centered, loving, and spiritually connected place.

If a morning routine like this feels overwhelming to you, you can begin small. For instance, you can start with just five minutes of meditation and gradually extend it or add journaling. The key is to make it feel good and manageable. 

Mental Equivalents

On the mental level, we are the creators of our external reality. This idea has existed in various forms for many years, but it took me some time to truly grasp its meaning. When I first delved into these teachings, I believed that simply wanting something badly, focusing on it intensely, or maintaining a positive outlook would lead to its manifestation. I soon realized that this was only part of the equation. We must transform ourselves internally to match our desired external reality to truly bring something into our lives. This involves challenging our beliefs about what is possible and breaking free from past limitations.

Louise Hay beautifully illustrates this concept by comparing us to individuals standing at the edge of the vast ocean of life, each with a container to collect water. The container represents our consciousness, reflecting what we believe we deserve and what we think is possible. What sort of container do we have – is it a bucket, a shot glass, a barrel, a pipeline?

In my twenties, I had very little. I lived alone in a one-bedroom apartment above a garage in the middle of nowhere. I struggled with low-paying work and lots of debt. This led to anxiety and dissatisfaction with where my life was headed. Everything changed one day when I saw Louise Hay on television discussing affirmations and the power of thoughts to shape our lives. This was mind-blowing to me, and I immediately immersed myself in her books, started practicing affirmations, and applied these principles to my life. Gradually, my life began to transform in small yet significant ways, and soon enough, I experienced remarkable, wonderful changes.

The journey has been ongoing, and along the way, I’ve discovered several practices that have helped me create a mental equivalent of what I desire:

  • I cultivate gratitude for what I already have.
  • I engage in Spiritual Mind Treatment and recognize my connection to the limitless source of all.
  • I use my imagination to feel and experience the things I want.
  • I surround myself with people who already possess the good I seek, realizing that if they can achieve it, so can I.

Embracing these principles has brought a wealth of blessings into my life. I met my husband, found a better-paying job, started my successful practice, married, began traveling, and purchased a house. Doors opened, and my life unfolded in ways I couldn’t have imagined before. Importantly, these transformations extended beyond material possessions—my life is now enriched with love, peace, joy, and acceptance.

I have come to understand that I am one with the universe and possess everything already. My task is to align my consciousness with the greatness I desire, and this alignment will inevitably lead to shifts in my external reality. This journey is continuous, and while there is still progress to be made, the life I lead now far exceeds what I once believed was possible.

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