The law of attraction states that like attracts like, and so as you think a thought, you are also attracting like thoughts to you. The simplest way to look at the law of attraction is if you think yourself as a magnet, and you know that a magnet will attract anything magnatable. You are the most powerful magnet in the universe. You contain a magnetic power within you that is more powerful than anything in the world, and this unfathomable magnetic power is emitted through your thoughts.
We all experience hardship, tough and difficult times in our lives. Embrace the experience so you can come out stronger. Don’t allow the experience to lock you and bring you down. Refuse to be the victim. I don’t know what you are going through right now, but I can understand the feelings of fear, rejection, panic and the fear of failing because I have been on this road. You need to be strong and stay positive no matter what. Despite the negativity in the situation, if you look close enough, you will find at least one positive. Look for this positive and cling to it. That positive is the weapon you need to overcome the situation.
Don’t allow your condition to state who you are. The condition you find yourself now is not permanent, it is temporal, it will pass away. If you hold on it, you might pass away with it. You don’t want to be a past tense. The beliefs you have about yourself often appear to be statements of fact, although actually they’re really only opinions. They are based on the experiences you’ve had in life, and the messages that these experiences have given you about the kind of person you are. If your experiences have been negative, your beliefs about yourself are likely to be negative too. This is why in that negative situation you look for the positive and make the very best of the negative situation.
Sometimes negative beliefs about yourself are caused by experiences later in life, such as workplace bullying or intimidation, abusive relationships, persistent stress or hardship, or traumatic events. As we grow up we take the voices of people who were significant to us with us. We may criticise ourselves in their sharp tones, and make the same comparisons with other people that they did. Our experiences create a foundation for general conclusions about ourselves; judgements about ourselves as people. Stop judging yourself harshly. You deserve better. Spend some time discovering you. Find your strengths and weaknesses. Understand your personality traits. Work on improving yourself to be the best you could be. Everything else will follow.
How prepared are you to embark on this journey of life. If anyone ever told you the road will be easy, they lied. There will be roadblocks, potholes, overheating radiators, flat tyres, traffic jam, failed engine power and many other situations beyond your control. What you have control is your attitude of response towards the uncontrollable events in your life. You need to be mentally prepared for the journey of life. This will give you the knowledge and the understanding of how to deal with the uncontrollable situations.
Start managing your mind. Learn to pick up and defeat the negative self-talk, which can destroy your confidence. Make a clear and unequivocal promise to yourself that you are absolutely committed to your journey, and that you will do all in your power to achieve it. Self-confidence is about balance. At one extreme, we have people with low self-confidence. At the other end, we have people who may be over-confident. If you are under-confident, you’ll avoid taking risks and stretching yourself; and you might not try at all. And if you’re over-confident, you may take on too much risk, stretch yourself beyond your capabilities, and crash badly. You may also find that you’re so optimistic that you don’t try hard enough to truly succeed.
Getting this right is a matter of having the right amount of confidence, founded in reality and on your true ability. With the right amount of self-confidence, you will take informed risks, try hard and stretch yourself but not beyond your abilities. Looking at your goals, identify the skills you’ll need to achieve them. And then look at how you can acquire these skills confidently and well. Don’t just accept a sketch, just-good-enough solution – look for a solution, a program or a course that fully equips you achieve what you want to achieve and, ideally, gives you a certificate or qualification you can be proud of.
You can have, do, or be anything you want. You can have whatever it is that you choose. What do you really want? You are attracting everything that is coming into your life and it’s attracted to you by virtue of the images you’re holding in your mind. Whatever is going on in your mind you are attracting to you. Every thought of yours is real, it has the potential to manifest.
Your life right now is a reflection of your past thoughts. That includes all the great things, and all the things you consider not to be great. Since you attract to you what you think about most, it is easy to see what your dominant thoughts have been on every subject of your life, because that is what you have experienced. If you see it in your mind, you’re going to hold it in your hand. If you can think about what you want in your mind, and make that your dominant thought, you will bring it into your life.
The power of the mind draws certain events, circumstances and people into our lives and repels others. Your mind is composed of the thoughts you think. These thoughts are like magnetic currents. If you think positively about some event or action, you get positive results. If you harbour negative thoughts, this negativity is drawn into your life. There are several ways to charge your mind and thoughts with magnetic power. Strong desire, concentration and faith are a few of the important ingredients for infusing power into thoughts.
Repeated visualisation and focused thinking, desire and faith, unleash powerful energy. This energy influences the minds of other people, and attracts to you people who think along the same lines as you do, and who can help you with your plans. This process heightens your awareness and perceptiveness of opportunities related to what you are visualising, filling you with motivation and initiative.
Strive to be aware of your thoughts, choosing beneficial thoughts, and consciously utilise the power of attraction. You can attract people, circumstances, events, possessions, or a certain lifestyle, with the magnetic power of attraction of your mind. Remember, what you think about intently, with attention and feeling is attracted to you. It can be material and it can be spiritual. The power of attraction is a universal power, manifesting everywhere and in everything. It is the power that holds the Universe together. It is the power that brings thoughts into manifestation.
You are a ‘Powerful Magnet.’ You are an attractive person and you have the power to attract good things into your life.