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What Is the Law of Attraction? How to Manifest and Change Your Reality

Updated on November 17, 2018
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Evie is a published author and a law of attraction enthusiast. Wishful Thinking is out now.

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Manifestation Technique

The Law Of Attraction for me simply means changing my reality with my feelings rather than my thoughts.

I’ve never really been at one with the term ‘Law Of Attraction’ mainly because it gives the impression that you have to attract what you want from the universe. As if you’re asking some other power for it and that makes it a bit of a task and open to doubt. I use the term because that's how people search for it online and it's the most recognised description.

I genuinely think that the power is within US. It’s been my experience that we create rather than attract. I say this from a point of deep understanding. I’ve been living my life this way for a few years now and especially the last two years. I’ve ramped it up shall we say!

I have literally created so many things simply by imaging them and giving them some momentum. Right down to conversations I’ve had with people in my head.

Hmm That's Weird

I’d always thought something was going on. I’d have a wild conversation with a person in my head and then forget all about it. Generally in as little as a week or so that conversation would spring up into reality. I can’t say I ever dwelled on it for long, I just thought, Wow, how weird is that? That is not until a few years ago when I got pretty into quantum physics and mechanics. It was then that I realised we really do create our own lives. It was a revelation and pretty exciting too!

Be careful what you wish for is a phrase to bear in mind….

What I can say without a doubt is that you will not bring anything into your reality with desperation. It’s like a red flag to receiving. You see it as wanting but the Universe (which I believe is part of us) sees it as a block. It’s like you’re putting up a wall and telling it not to let anything past.

Imagine You Have It - Manifest Quickly

This was always a sticking point for me. It’s not easy to imagine something is in your life when every day you’re reminded that it isn’t. It took a lot of practise for me to be able to change my state of mind from wanting to already having. How do I do it now? I feel the state of the thing I want. It’s a feeling rather than a complete delusion! Not that there’s anything wrong with delusion as a means of manifesting. It’s just that I’ve always found it really hard to make-believe to such a point. I’ve never been able to get past the Don’t be ridiculous Evie phase.

So I imagine the thing and then feel the state of having it. I try and feel it for a few minutes then I let it go. I think to myself. Right it’s on it’s way. I don’t know when and I accept it may not be for a while. That’s the hardest part for me; accepting it might take a while. But if you think about it like this: It will come when the time if right for you. then it’s easier. A little anyway…if you can do this, and again, it does take some hard core practise, then you will, I repeat will manifest all of the things you want in pretty quick time. Even a little bit of doubt now and again will not stop the things you want from coming to you.

Indeed, I still doubt now and again. Even with the massive strides I have made, I still do it. But I have found that as long as you don't dwell on doubt then it doesn't make too much difference. I manifested something important to me in 3 days once and I doubted and questioned twice in that time period.

Don't Fear Doubt

I've found that if you accept doubt rather than fight with it, then it will not get a hold of you and stuff up your manifestations. Just try not to engage with any doubtful or anxious thoughts about not getting what you want. Let them be there and don't fight them but as soon as they pop up think of a phrase that puts you back into the good state and dwell on that instead.

About Evie Sparkes

Evie is a content writer and author living in the beautiful Georgian City of Bath in the UK. Evie writes fiction for young adults and women.


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