The law of attraction has received much media attention in recent years. Thanks to the movie The Secret and the subsequent explosion of television, print media and Internet coverage, almost everyone in Western society has heard the phrase “Law of Attraction.” Most people, however, have collected fragments of incomplete information and therefore do not really have a solid understanding of how this “law” works.
This hole fuss and marketing of the movie mentioned above has led to a widespread lack of understanding as to how the law of attraction really works. Many people feel a deep resonance when they are told that they create their own reality. They recognize the truth in this idea. However, often frustrated when they are exposed to incomplete information and myths, and can not seem to make it work. Many do “know” or “feel” that there is something about this theory of manifesting our own reality, but unfortunately, I do not know how to use it yet.
This article aims to discredit the seven biggest myths currently circulating on the Law of Attraction and bring some clarity to the issue.
Myth # 1: The Law of Attraction is magic
Myth: “Law of Attraction proponents will tell you that all you have to do is think positive and things you want will come running to you. This is obviously wrong, because things like money, cars and houses are not really formed out of nothing. ”
The Myth Debunked: No one with a true understanding of the law of attraction has said that if you think a positive thought, a house with a million dollars envelope on the kitchen table and a Ferrari in the garage only just come down from heaven front of you. This is usually a quote used by people trying to claim that the Law of Attraction is a scam. But the quote is not true. That is not how the Law of Attraction work at all.
The law of attraction not only literally, put things in her lap. Meeting brings the right people at the right time, bright ideas and coincidences. It’s your job to pay attention to these ideas, follow your intuition and recognize the similarities.
For example, a household wishes. The Law of Attraction gives you an idea of driving through a safe neighborhood that does not tend to drive through. You see a house with a sale sign in the yard. The house looks perfect, except you’re pretty sure you’re completely out of your price range. You decide to stop and knock on the door anyway. It turns out that the owners are a lovely couple who are moving to Australia in a month. You and they really hit it off and decide to offer rent to own terms you can afford. I really want to live there. Well, you get the perfect house at a price that is unable to pay, in circumstances that could never have foreseen. He fell right into your lap? Well, not literally, no. But if you paid attention and followed the ideas and impulses of the Universe was giving to you, which would have seemed almost as easily as any. This is how the law of attraction brings you things. Find what you want is also looking for you and brings you together through a series of perfect events, ideas and hunches.
Myth # 2 – All you have to do is display
Myth: .. “The law of attraction is not just display’s why they tell you to create vision boards and the like are supposed to look at the things you want and only come to you (see Myth # 1)”
The Myth Debunked: This is partially true. The display can be a valuable tool used to train to create what you want. Display is not being created, however. It is created through the vibration that we offer. The vibration that you offer is determined by the thoughts we habitually think (beliefs). Visualization can help train your mind, but there is much more than that. If you visualize a beautiful car, but have the belief that never get a car so you can see all day, every day, and the car will not appear. How to know if you harbor a conflict of beliefs? You can tell by the way you feel when you visualize. If you feel very, very good to see the car, and the entire display is positive, you’re doing well. However, if you feel a little out of your display and take a bit of a turn for the worse, you just discovered some negative beliefs.
For example, one wonders how it will make the payments, which point to a belief that says “I can not afford a new car, or you could expect their children to stay out beautiful new seats, which could point to a belief that you can not have nice things and always get ruined, so why bother anyway …
Visualization is a valuable tool in the demonstration, but not the creation process itself.
Myth # 3 – The Law of Attraction is new
Myth: “?. If the law of attraction is actually a law, why nobody has discovered before this is just a new fashion”
Debunked Myth: The law of attraction is not new. Has been around since the beginning of, well, everything. Arguably the oldest law in the Universe. The reason that so many people are hearing about it now, is because more and more people are waking up and realizing, or at least get a glimpse of who they really are. More people are asking for this information than ever before, and therefore, the Law of Attraction to bring more responses than ever. There are more books written on this subject than I’ve ever seen. Thanks to the Internet, people can find answers to your questions immediately.
The information is not “new” we are simply asking for and is capable of receiving information, and a faster pace than ever. Furthermore, we live in an age when most of us can discuss spiritual matters and the universal laws openly without fear of being burned at the stake or stoning. This has allowed the idea of the Law of Attraction to spread at unprecedented rates.