What is the secret of attracting what we want into our lives? The “Law of Attraction” outlines that what we attract into our lives is what we choose to focus on. Whatever we give our energy and attention to will come back to us. For instance, whatever good and positive things we focus on will automatically attract better and positive things in our lives. If we focus on scarcity and negativity, then scarcity and negativity will be attracted into our lives. If we are feeling excited passionate, happy, thankful, joyful, energic and excited, we are sending out positive energy. Conversely, if we are feeling anxious, worried, stressed out, resentful or angry, we are sending out negative energy. Whatever energy we are sending out returns to us.
Feeling good about ourselves makes us more attractive to others. As we love, respect and care for ourselves, others do the same. When our self-esteem is high, we have more confidence. When we say what we need and want, we are teaching people how to treat us. Relationships become easier, more spontaneous and fulfilling. When we have internal grit and value ourselves, we do not give our power away to others.
There are many ways we can make ourselves attractive by:
Additionally, we need to eat well and make sleep our superpower. Lack of sleep makes us cranky, moody and more susceptible to temptation. Research suggests that sleep may help with weight loss and impulse-control. Setting boundaries and having high behavioral expectations of yourself and others is essential. We need to reject sarcasm, gossip, drama and vulgarity. Keeping short accounts with those that offend us and not being resentful, angry or bitter makes our lives simple and free from cumulative emotional debris.
If we desire to attract a partner or a friend the law of attraction outlines that we should write down what we want in a mate or a friend with clarity and in detail. We need to live in expectation and anticipation that the Universe will bring that person to us. Attracting goodness and positivity into our lives is worth a try. firstname.lastname@example.org; www.myrelationshipcenter.org
Jill Weber, Ph.D. is a psychologist in private practice in Washington, D.C. and the author of Building Self-Esteem 5 Steps: How to Feel “Good Enough,” Breaking Up and Divorce 5 Steps: How to Heal and be Comfortable Alone, Toxic Love-5 Steps, and Getting Close to Others 5 Steps. For more, follow her on Twitter@DrJillWeber and on Facebook, or check out drjillweber.com.
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