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How To Practice The Law Of Attraction Every day


The Law of Attraction is all about aligning your thoughts and actions with what you want to happen in your life. It practices the success principle of ‘what you think about, you bring about.


This success strategy really gained prominence thanks to the film The Secret, which had its ‘world premiere’ in March 2006. Although personally, I found the film a bit OTT (being English !!!) but the content was so interesting. Since then, people all over the world have used the Law of Attraction in their daily lives and all agreed their lives are better - I love it as I feel it gives me more control over my life - making me think about what I want, what I want to change and what I have to be grateful for.


I have used the Law of attraction in my daily life - adding all I have learned working with the moon cycles and using the magick of Tarot and intention setting - Have a look at my course - https://www.selenajoylovett.com/manifestmagicwithtarot




So, should you be practising the Law of Attraction as well?

One of the great things about the universal Law of Attraction is that its ways are not hard to put into practice at all!


The biggest block I always feel is that people believe that they do not deserve happiness.


Many of us wake up afraid to expect the best and prepare for the worse.


Do you see that this is still the Law of Attraction working? By THINKING that the worst will happen, people are bringing about problems to themselves.


So kick the habit! Expect the best and the best will happen to you!!!


Here are some simple tips so you can start living the Law of Attraction and start attracting success into every aspect of your life.

Practice the attitude of gratitude the minute you wake up. Nothing can be a better caffeine kick than happiness so why not start your day with this Law of Attraction exercise:

Remember all the wonderful things you are (or should be) grateful for. Even on a subconscious level, a lot of people live as if they are ‘victims’ instead of ‘drivers’ of life. Avoid this trap by starting each day with thoughts of how great and beautiful your life is at the moment. This mental exercise will ‘set the stage’ for more beautiful things to come.

Pay it forward. The universe is not all about you. The Law of Attraction is based on the universal law of cause and effect and nothing can be more positively powerful than doing a good deed for someone. You don’t have to go out and save lives, but simple things such as helping an elderly cross the street or helping direct someone who’s lost can do wonders on two levels: First, you WILL feel good about yourself and if you’re happy, the universe will smile back at you in one form or another. Secondly, the person you assisted will think happy thoughts of you too, further attracting positive vibes!

Align your outer world with your inner world.

Even if you think or say you’re ready for happiness and success, the way you live, dress and act is the true measure. So synchronize your intentions and your actions. For instance, if you want that better-paying job, don’t just wish for it; act on it! Prepare a knock-out resume, network with other people, change your wardrobe and dress for success! Life success is not handed out, it is the end based on your means.

End the day with ‘happy thoughts’! At the end of the day, do this simple Law of Attraction exercise: imagine yourself living a certain ‘moment’. For example, in the romance department, close your eyes and envision that romantic dinner with your special someone (regardless if you already have a special someone or not!). Is your goal to purchase a new home? Close your eyes and picture yourself tending the garden at the back of your new home or sitting down and reading a book in your new home’s living room. Remember, what you think about…you bring about.

The Law of Attraction is one of the most powerful doctrines we can be made aware of. So grab this remarkable opportunity to make your life a success. Make each day count by living this success system that never fails.