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Things I Attracted Recently (Law of Attraction at work)

Updated on April 1, 2013

First of all, do you believe in the law of attraction? Do you believe even in the tiniest bit that you can attract things, events, persons in your life intentionally and unintentionally?

Fine if you do; fine if you don't. What's interesting however, is what if all the while you actually can do so. Would you dare test your attracting abilities?

Now, on to the topic. Attracting things to our lives like magnets may be too bizarre of an idea to others. If you think you are one of them, let's put it into more conceivable thoughts. How about experiencing miracles, coincidences or luck? Treat them as you may. The important thing is that it-is-present in us all. Some call it faith, that which is believing something that is unseen. We don't know for sure how it works. All we know is that somehow it is there.

My Story

Just recently I have attracted several things in my life. I am thankful to that Who is All-knowing that I was able to consciously realize that I had received what I was "wishing"/praying/hoping for in my life.

I have tested the law of attraction time and again. When I look back, I came to realize that things really do happen for a reason. Thanks to the goodness of the Lord, the universe brings to me things that I truly desire for; and those which I truly deserve.

A few weeks back, I have dared once again to test the law of attraction. I intentionally asked the universe specifically for a $1. After some days, I received $1.43 from my online works. Great! I thanked the Lord for affirming my request.

Next, I specifically asked for $10 again, from my online works. Within days of thanking for it in advance, I received $35 straight to my Paypal account. Brilliant! The gracious Lord through the universe had sent me more than what I asked for. This got me really excited!

As true my $1 and $10 arrived to me as per my bidding, I am just so sure that I was also receiving $100 from my online earnings. I am thankful for it because I know that it is certain to come. And true enough, it did. And as per the first 2 wishes, I had attracted more than what I had asked for. I got a whole sum of $105.63 in one of my online accounts.

I suppose you have an idea what amount I am attracting next. I'll keep you posted on that one.

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

Subconscious Attraction - Always at Work

I suppose my magnetism for things were at a high level when I accidentally attracted an iPad mini into our lives, my husband and I. I remember taking a photo of the newly released iPad mini because I wanted to know their specs. I was simply curious what the fuss was all about with the mini. I thought it would be nice to have one. I don't need it; but the hubby may appreciate it since he's still using an iPod. Then, I went back home and forgot about it.

After a few days, my hubby tells me that his team gave him an iPad mini. How cool is that? Coincidence? Maybe. I am just thankful to the Lord that once again, we provides for me each and every day.

I am generally a happy person. Perhaps that is why the law of attraction has a certain appeal to me. The law of attraction ultimately speaks of being happy. It hardly talks about being contented of what you have. On the contrary, it encourages us to reach our fullest potentials. It persuades us to dream big and to reach for the stars - those sort of things.

Beware though, the law of attraction isn't just about asking for that thing you want. You have to truly believe that you deserve it and that it is yours. I'm no expert, by the way when it comes to this thought. I just wanted to share with you a glimpse of what "powers" you have within you.


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    • beingwell profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Bangkok

      Thanks rajan! Keep attracting those good stuff!

    • rajan jolly profile image

      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      I do believe in the law of attraction and it has worked for me on innumerable occasions.

      Voted up and useful. Shared

    • beingwell profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Bangkok

      Hi there agapsikap. Yes, along with our belief should be trust and faith to our Dear God above.

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      5 years ago from Philippines

      I do believe in the Law of Attraction. There maybe so many odds we can encounter in life but as long as one never give up his dream and persevere, one will successfully gain what he wants to have in life. It shoul d be accompanied by a strong faith and wisdom. More power, beingwell.

    • beingwell profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Bangkok

      Thanks moonlake. LOA works whether we want it or not. You don't know it; but it's working for you, as well.

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      5 years ago from America

      Your so lucky that the law of attaction is working for you. Interesting hub voted up.

    • beingwell profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago from Bangkok

      So true, bishop55! We can always start with ourselves, though; and lead my example.

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      5 years ago from USA

      I am a firm believer in the Law of Attraction and Manifestation. It has done a lot in my life too! Nice hub. I wish people focused on the LA more often. It'd probably do the world a lot of good if we all pulled our energies in positive directions.


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