Law of Attraction, Step 1, Part 2

Continuing Series on Law of Attraction and how to make it work.

In the last post, I talked about the biggest trigger to activate the Law of Attraction: you ask for what you want.
Some people call it asking, some call it manifesting, some call it belief. The good news is, we manifest (ask) all the time; the bad news, we all do the majority of  it unconsciously. How we feel and think overall influences what we attract constantly.

“It isn’t what you have, or who you are, or where you are, or what you are doing that makes you happy or unhappy. It is what you think about.” – Dale Carnegie

For example, you probably know someone who’s fond of saying, “It’s always something,” right? Yes, we all do. And, there always is some drama going on in their life. It’s crazy to watch! They go from one mishap to another. They might be the nicest person you know, and yet, all this “stuff” constantly happens to them. Did you ever wonder why?
It’s because they believe that that is their life. They might feel like they are unlucky or accident prone. They have the mindset that life is one big struggle after the next, and then you die. So, that’s what the Universe hands them more of. But they could just as easily believe that good thing after good thing happens to them. It all depends on where they – and we – put our attention and energy consistently. What we focus on, we will attract more of.
Most of the time we don’t even realize our mindset. We live on autopilot and by living that way, stay in the same rut we’ve come to expect. So an important part of using in the Law of Attraction is to stay in that positive mental space of believing we already have what we want; we already are what we want to be. We are just waiting for it to manifest in our reality.

Next post: How to train our minds to be positive


  1. love your talk today at East West. I’m having a little trouble grasping the last part on “we already have what we want; we already are what we want to be. We are just waiting for it to manifest in our reality”. Could you please elaborate? Thank you!

    • Hi Christine –
      Thank you! And great question – it’s a difficult concept to grasp.
      I sometimes talk about God in the Helicopter over the Donut. It’s about perspective: because all time is NOW, you are (and I am) in all places and having all the experiences NOW. Because of your unique perspective, you can only perceive/experience what is directly in front of you. However, your thought and emotion have already created the experience/perception that is just about to happen – and that changes in a microsecond with every wish. The God perspective is hovering over the Donut of your life, perceiving everything simultaneously. You can’t see around the curve, which is great because that means you can always change it.
      I hope this made more sense…

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