5 Keys to Living the Law of Attraction
Some people find the Law of Attraction is not something they can use or need in their lives. One of the main reasons why they feel this way is because they don’t fully understand how the Law of Attraction can help them live fuller, more productive lives.
However, if you already know the basics of the Law of Attraction, then you can appreciate the benefits of applying it to your daily life. These five keys will help you to unlock your potential by using the Law of Attraction.
The 5 Keys
Key #1: Be mindful. By simply paying full attention to everything around you, you will start noticing more opportunities surrounding you.
Key #2: Be focused. As you set out to achieve your goals and dreams, remember to stay totally focused on each task at hand. While there may be many tasks leading to your ultimate goal, breaking it down into several manageable tasks will help you to maintain total focus, one step at a time.
Key #3: Be positive. A positive outlook and attitude is essential—crucial, even—to living the Law of Attraction. A pessimistic nature hinders progress and prevents visions, which are also essential to living and applying the Law of Attraction to your life.
Key #4: Be assertive. Sometimes you might not feel very confident in or sure of yourself. It is during these times that you need to especially practice asserting yourself. Be confident in who you are. Remind yourself frequently that you have everything you need to do what you need to do.
Key #5: Be proactive. Let’s face reality here: Nothing in life comes free. Everything you obtain or become will be because you got up and worked hard for it. It isn’t enough to have dreams, although dreams and goals are important. You can’t sit around and wish your days away, hoping something will just magically happen. The Law of Attraction requires action on your part.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
© 2008 Hope Wilbanks