The Law of Attraction was first popularised in 2006 in Esther and Jerry Hicks’ film ‘The Secret’.
It has had a huge impact on popular consciousness, but there is still a great deal of confusion about its general application.
#1 – It’s about vibrations, not thoughts
The main idea behind the Law of Attraction is that people demonstrate their reality not through their thoughts but through their vibrations.
The universe will respond to the energy generated by a particular thought, not the thought itself.
So you need to get yourself into a good mood first and then you can manifest the energy you really want.
After a while, the vibrations become rewards and material objects just appear as an afterthought.
#2 – Letting go of resistance
The level of resistance people have inherent to what they want is not understood.
People may encounter certain problems or issues from which they then create their own identity.
We resist when something comes up that is inconsistent with the idea that we think we are somehow inferior.
This can be observed when people win the lottery and become homeless 10 years later.
We must be vibrationally in tune with our new reality, not attached to our previous beliefs.
Otherwise, nothing will change. Many people resist the idea of the Law of Attraction and refuse to believe that existence can be so simple.
They will then continue to struggle to believe that this is how life is.
#3 – Don’t be precise
It is important to know the vibrational equivalence of what you want.
You can have an image or feeling of what you want that makes you feel good.
But as you become more precise about how it should manifest, the universe has less and less ways to offer you.
There are millions of ways to get rich.
But you can only consider one or two ways that require years of work and labour.
Consider that everyone who has succeeded has dramatically changed their business model.
They do it all the time.
They may have a general idea of where they want to go, but as these opportunities arise, they are sure to innovate and change.
So, be happy and positive about the future, but don’t be too precise about how it will come to fruition.