Do you believe in the law of attraction, that your thoughts become reality?

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  1. Gary Rowell profile image61
    Gary Rowellposted 7 years ago

    Do you believe in the law of attraction, that your thoughts become reality?

  2. profile image0
    nancyblueposted 7 years ago

    not exactly, it is your feelings that become reality.  It can be tricky but the feeling you have is the attractor to what you will have in the future.  You can sometimes choose what to think, knowing that a type of thought makes you feel the way you want to feel, and then with that feeling dominating all your being, you will attract what you want related to that feeling.  So if you want a new red car, feel right now how happy you would if you already had the car.  That will attract the car to you.  But you will be doing things to help (not make) it happen.  Need more?  Visit coachblue.wordpress.com

  3. Janis Goad profile image89
    Janis Goadposted 7 years ago

    Absolutely yes.  Our thoughts are energy, and energy becomes matter.  In fact, energy and matter are two phases of one reality, like ice, water and steam--identical essentially with only a difference in form. 
    The clearer and purer our thoughts, the better and faster results we see in manifesting our ideas in the world. 
    We experience this every day in life--if we send out thoughts of fear, scary things happen.  If we expect the best from people, that is what we get.
    The only way we can change the world is not by trying to change others, but by raising the vibration of our own thoughts and changing ourselves.  The whole world resonates to the power of thought.

  4. sarclair profile image78
    sarclairposted 7 years ago

    I have read of things happening, because a person thought a certain way, or was conditioned to think a certain way. If you begin to train yourself a certain way, this is not only possible, it is probable.

  5. LillyGrillzit profile image78
    LillyGrillzitposted 7 years ago

    Yes. Also, words from a person in authority over another have the power to affect those under them, and their reality. "You make me sick to my stomach" is a good example. Another, "You are an excellent ______________" Words and thoughts are much more poignant than formerly credited. (sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me...)

  6. Mark Upshaw profile image60
    Mark Upshawposted 7 years ago

    Thoughts are reality at the moment they are thought.  To experience them later is a new thought/experience. I love the simplicity of the  idea, but it does not work quite the way everyone said it did.  And that was very damaging to many, It stemmed from the fact they those who preached this law as though it were the end all and be all, actually were not in the business of helping people of their audience, but desired to help them selves with one thing:  obtain power in the form of fame, money and *belief* of the law itself via social proof.  In other words, the more they had people paying them to tell them the law is All, the more the proselytizer could believe in the law.

  7. LeeOrr profile image61
    LeeOrrposted 7 years ago

    Yes - I do. At least on a basic level. I think the way it works is more along the lines of: your thoughts dictate your 'vibe', which creates your reality. And your feelings are indicators of your 'vibe'.
    So - by doing what you can to improve your feeling, you will improve your thoughts(and vice-versa), which in turn will change your reality.

  8. Ashantina profile image60
    Ashantinaposted 7 years ago

    I heard this phrase from a guru, 'you attract who you are, not what you want' in terms of friendships/relationships.
    V poignant..

  9. Robin Cristy profile image60
    Robin Cristyposted 7 years ago

    Yes I do.  Just looking around my home proves to me that the Law of Attraction works!

  10. Pixienot profile image70
    Pixienotposted 7 years ago

    I absolutely do believe.  The brain is an awesome tool or a fierce enemy.  It is our choice on how to use it.  And all of our brains are sadly underused.

  11. Liv Senstad profile image61
    Liv Senstadposted 7 years ago

    Yes I do believe in LOA and my thoughts becoming a reality but.....my emotions have to follow my thoughts – my goal.
    I mean what your thoughts are saying your heart must agree and believe.
    Now say you are bankrupt and you want to earn good money quickly. In your head you make up that you want to earn 100.000$ within the next 6 months.
    Then close your eyes and in front of you imagine a line with numbers from 1 to 10. If one is: “I don't believe I can” and 10 is: “I am certain that will happen”.
    Watch those numbers and see where your believe system stands.
    Is it below 7 I think you have to work on your believe system, maybe start with less dollars on your goal. Is the number you see 7 or higher - go for it!

  12. phamer13 profile image60
    phamer13posted 7 years ago

    You become what you are by the person or group you associate with.

  13. oldrick profile image72
    oldrickposted 7 years ago

    Yes, as a first step. Then there is another law called the law of creation. You actually have to go out and act on your thoughts to make them become a reality!

  14. cool things profile image61
    cool thingsposted 5 years ago

    yes-i have 100%  believe in the LOA..it's true that thought become reality..i practically use it..

 
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