Law of Attraction and Love
Love does not necessarily happen by accident. You can use the Law of Attraction to find the love you want. Regardless of what many people think, factors such as events, decisions and manner of thinking all contribute to make things happen for two people. It depends on what you are thinking about!
If you are focused on what you want (using the Law of Attraction), it is more likely to occur. If you are not, then random things happen, and that may get you what you don’t want. It is up to you. What you see in the Universe sees you!
The factors mentioned above merge to create a result which may be positive or negative, depending on what you are focused on. If the factors are positive in the beginning, they are more likely to lead to positive results.
If you are unfocused on what you want, you may experience unpleasant, undesirable results. This is the core of the law of attraction, which proposes the idea of focusing on positive factors creates a positive ending. However, as popular as this belief is, can the law of attraction work for love and relationships?
Understanding the Law
The Law of Attraction is a system of belief that encourages positive thoughts in order to create positive results. This is based on another belief that thoughts are made up of pure energy and every thought that comes out of your mind manifests itself into a specific result depending on the nature of that thought.
This is because energy attracts like energy. If the energy is positive, it will bring in positive energy. If it is negative, it will result in negative energy.
So How Does the Law of Attraction Affect Love?
The mind is a powerful thing. However, people are so used to focusing on the physical aspects of their lives that they often ignore how the mind affects the body. For example, if you think you are worthless, have nothing to offer and do not deserve love and respect, you are more likely to sabotage your dreams and ruin your chances of going after what you want successfully.
If your mind tells you that you are unworthy and unqualified regardless of what you have to offer, you are not likely to attract someone who will appreciate you for what you are. Those who meet you will see someone who is insecure, shy, socially awkward and incapable – all because you are expecting less than what you want to get.
The same is true with relationships. Using the law of attraction, you can change your mindset to make your expectations better, more beneficial to your goals without compromising your true spirit. If you can focus on a positive and beneficial train of thought, you acknowledge and affirm your own worth.
When your mind learns to upheld your own self, you will reject anything that is inherently bad for you. Furthermore, you will be able to improve yourself, become more confident, more giving, more sure and more accepting of the good things that life can offer.
How to Utilize the Law of Attraction to Build Better Love and Relationships
The Law of Attraction can be harnessed to help you create the life and love that you want. To prepare your mind for limitless possibilities it can achieve, consider these factors:
Clarity of Purpose
Know what you want and be clear about what, why and how. Using a vision board is an excellent way to accomplish this. There is a section on vision boards on this website, look at the top menu. Relationships do not grow out of vague notions and fuzzy beliefs. To get the type of relationship you want – whether it is social, professional or romantic – define it clearly in terms of experiences, feelings and emotions that will make you happy and fulfilled.
Open yourself to great things and wondrous possibilities. As much as you would want to have a perfect union, all relationships are adventures and nothing stays the same. When your mind is more accepting, you allow a flood of blessings in instead of just a trickle.
You cannot expect to be loved and accepted if you yourself cannot love and accept who you are. You are a wondrous creation, unique and full of potential. Do not sell yourself short.
Stop complaining. Complaining intensifies negative emotions and energy. If you stop complaining, you will be able to see things more clearly and from an objective point of view. You will learn how to take responsibility for your thoughts and actions and stop putting the blame on someone else. As a result, you will enjoy a healthier, happier relationship.