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The Universe is Always on Your Side

Updated on December 1, 2014

Some people who are down on their luck feel that the universe is against them. They complain that nothing good ever happens to them. Little do they know, they are out of touch with the universe.

The universe responds to every thought. The Law of Attraction and Cosmic Ordering is what you put out to the universe you get back. First you have to now what you want. Then you have to ask for what you want. Visualize it and use affirmations. Speak positive words and do not doubt because once you doubt what you want you are canceling your request.

When you are visualizing your desire get into a feeling of it happening. Feel how you would feel if it would happen. Get excited and lift yourself up on the inside. If you feel that what you want will not happen or not get excited about it, you could be sure that it will not happen to you in reality.

The next thing you must do is believe what you want will come to pass. Trust without a doubt that it will happen. Know that just because it did not happen yet, does not mean it never will. Go on with your life and do things that you love to do. Then when you least expect it, your wish will be fulfilled.

After that thank the universe for making your wish come true. Write a thank you letter and put it in a box. Label the envelope "Letters to the Universe." By you writing down that your wish has been fulfilled you are showing trust to the universe and it will happen.

Have a thank you journal. Write a list of all of the great things that have happened to you. When you focus on the good that is going on in your present you will forget about the bad. By being thankful you are showing the universe you are grateful for all of the wonderful things that it has provided you.

Monitor your thoughts. Get a pen and piece of paper together. Sit cross legged and close your eyes. Write a list of the first thought that comes to mind. When you are done with the list go over it. If it is all good things, then look in the mirror and recite them. If there is one bad thing on the list, cross it out and throw the list out. Then find a way to change the comment around to something more positive.

Listen to positive music. Start your day by listening to uplifting and upbeat songs. Listen to songs such as "Firework" by Katy Perry, "Hold on" by Wilson Phillips or " Don't Stop Believin'" by Journey. By listening to these upbeat songs in the morning you will have them stuck in your head in the day and attract good things. Stay away from rap, rock music or any music that brings out any negativity.

Make a list of all of the good things that have happened to you in the past. By you thinking of the good times you have had, you can be sure that good things will happen in the future. Remember if you experienced something amazing in the past you can experience it again in the future.

Surround yourself with positive people. When you surround yourself with positive people, you become more positive and attract good things. Do not spend time with people who drain your energy. They are toxic and will make you miss out on experiencing all the wonderful things that life has to offer to you.

Part of why things are not going your way, is how you look at life. If you are constantly complaining you will find more things to complain about. Know that everything is temporary and whatever you are going through will pass. With a positive attitude you can get through anything.

What you want can happen and the universe is always responding to your every thought. It is also responding to your vibration. If you feel bad you will attract more bad things. So be positive and believe that without a doubt you can have what you want because you can. In life anything can happen.

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