What Is The Law Of Attraction?

The Law Of Attraction

What Are You Thinking?

What Is The Law Of Attraction

The Law Of Attraction says what we think, creates our reality.

As long as there has been a planet Earth (and probably much longer), there has been what we call The Law Of Attraction. You will even find references in the Bible to faith and the ability to create through it.

Thoughts are things and every thought, that was ever thought, still exists somewhere. These thoughts vibrate at a certain frequency. The Law Of Attraction says that whatever we think about attracts other thoughts vibrating like it.

If we dwell upon thoughts that make us feel good, consistently, we attract good feeling experiences to us. If we dwell upon thoughts that make us feel bad, the experiences we draw to us will be a vibrational match to those feelings.

We are such a mixture of vibrations, depending on what we are thinking. This is why some things go really well for us and others do not. We have patterns of thought about everything we have experience with. If we expect something to turn out a certain way, it usually does, just because we have been thinking it will. plays a very large part in the Law of Attraction…


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