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Manifesting Abundance and Building Wealth with the Law of Attraction

Updated on December 1, 2016

Find Abundance in Nature

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Wealth Means to Be Well

Having wealth or abundance doesn't mean hoarding huge sums of money. What good does that do you anyway? Though it's been around forever, when the news of the law of attraction hit the mainstream with the the movie, The Secret, most everybody jumped on the bandwagon to attract more money.

While this is well and good, money can be difficult to attract, if you haven't worked through your issues about it or you have a form of resistance in your life.

The way the law of attraction works is this: it's always working. There is no off switch. Your predominate thoughts and feelings marry to create an energy signal that draws to you the offspring. And if you don't change the way you think and feel, what's in your life will continue to be in your life.

And since money is deeply embedded in our root chakra along with our early recorded feelings about our family relationships, your will most definitely have baggage and resistance manifesting in your life. Pursuing your joy, letting go of resistance, and following your bliss are easier ways to use the law of attraction to help you build wealth.


The Abundant Banyan Tree

Nature is Abundant!

Nature is abundant when not overrun by humankind. Think about the seeds in a tomato, or a flower -- how many there are. Nature is indeed wealthy. Take a look at this Banyan tree as an example of abundance.

Try counting the leaves -- you can't -- everywhere, thousands upon thousands. And in the case of the Banyan trees, the roots are prolific and seen above ground as well as being found below ground. The abundance of colors from green to gray to silver as the leaves turn and twist in the wind and sun.

In Calcutta, there is a Banyan Tree (the largest in the World) that at first glance would simply look like a forest -- but it is just one tree. And this example is only about one type of tree. How many different types of trees in the world are there?

How many different butterflies?

How many fish?

Different fish?

How many different kinds of grass are there? And when you look at grass, billowing in the soft breezes of the afternoon, how many blades of grass are there in one field? You couldn't count them all.

Yes, nature is decidedly the best example of abundance there is to be found.

Manifesting Abundance with the Law of Attraction

From Flat Broke to Manifesting Abundance

Building wealth with the law of attraction is only as hard as the resistance you have within you against it. If you understand and embrace the resistance -- it ceases to be resistance.

We are energy, each and every one of us. Energy flows where attention goes; if we stay attached to that attention, the energy becomes crystallized and stuck and we're left with energy patterns that keep playing over and over like broken records or video loops.

It's like living in a rut day in and day out. Most people don't know that all they have to do is lift their head up a bit and climb out of the rut.

Once you learn these basic steps you can learn to manifest abundance with the law of attraction -- it's easy to remember if you think of it like this: LETGOOD Happen!:

  1. Love and accept yourself deeply and completely.
  2. Embrace your dark side -- the bad as well as the good.
  3. Tell a new story -- write out your dream life as if it were real.
  4. Gratitude - speak your gratitude to the universe - but be real with it.
  5. Open up and get clear -- release what no longer serves you.
  6. Own and empower your desires -- feel them from your heart-center.
  7. Do - Take action - inspired action on your desires.

These seven steps will help you to manifest abundance in your life, if you but follow through on each and every one of them.

To read more on all such topics, hop on over to Law-of-Attraction-Masters.com


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      8 years ago from Somewhere in the Lone Star State

      Interesting hub...I am pretty well acquainted with the law of attraction....it's like your karma....what people call Karma...it's your inner attitude. What's inside of you will emminate to the outside....This was a good hub!! Hope you are well!!

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