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Law of Attraction And Influencing Other People

Updated on December 14, 2011
Law of Attraction and Influencing Other People
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Influencing People

I have good news for you…Yes! We can influence the other persons using the law of attraction. We are living in a social community, every action of a single person creating an effect on others. No matter that action will be physical or mental.

If you are talking to your friend, means naturally you are influencing him. So the question is not we can influence other persons or not? But the question is how much we can influence them?

If you are not controlling your own thoughts, you are not using the law of attraction. That means that you are being controlled by the other individuals. If you are not aware of ‘what do you really want?’, then your thoughts are totally confused.

Every person shaping the upcoming events with his feelings came from his thoughts. Let, person ‘A’ has one directional positive thought. He wants a car. Now consider person ‘B’ have confused thoughts. But he also wants a car. Every moment they both are shaping the upcoming events. But person ‘A’ thinks only about a car. And has a feeling like he is driving a brand new car at the moment. Here person ‘B’ with his confused thoughts sometimes thinks ‘yes’, and sometimes thinks ‘no’. I have to mention that the car is only one. So the strong vibrations of person ‘A’ do not allow the weak vibrations of person ‘B’ to reach that car. And person ‘B’ simply wonders, ‘why I can’t concentrate my thoughts on a car?’ That’s because ‘B’ is under the effect of vibrations from ‘A’.

So as soon as ‘B’ gets aware about the universal laws, he smartly applies his own forces. But at first, it becomes so hard for him to concentrate on his thoughts or to overcome the vibrations from ‘A’ acting upon him. But when ‘B’ overcomes those vibrations, he gets that brand new car.

I think we can’t concentrate because other people’s vibration forces acting upon us. And we think that’s our own thought, because of which we can’t concentrate. But the fact is vibrations from other persons making us to think like that! Then what is your original thought? The thought expressing or answering the question ‘what do you really want?’ is your original own thought! So think your own thoughts!


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