Law of Attraction; Be Careful What You Wish For…

Have you ever caught yourself saying “Be Careful What You Wish For”?

Or how about these other common expressions…. “Birds of a Feather Flock Together”, “What goes around comes around”, “You Reap What You Sow”, and my favorite “When It Rains It Pours”?  

Did you know that as you use these expressions, you’re really describing evidence of the Law of Attraction?  Law of Attraction says, that which is likened to itself is drawn. So think about it… what goes around comes around is the perfect example.

Even as you’re saying these things I’m wondering if you’re really understanding just how powerful the Law of attraction is?  The bottom line is that Law of Attraction is responsible for much of what you see in your experience.

Here’s another example of evidence of Law of Attraction: Think about your own experiences or those near you.  In fact it’s sometimes easier to see it in others.  Notice the correlation between what you’re thinking, speaking and what you’re getting.

Or notice others who are negative and attract negative relationships, situations and events over & over. Or those who talk the most about illness have more of it, and those who think and talk the most about not having enough money, don’t have it.

Your Thought And Emotions Create Your Experience… Period!

Here’s how it works: Think of your thoughts and emotions as magnetic. As you think a thought you attract similar thoughts.  Without doing it on purpose you even dig into your past experiences for similar thoughts.  And then you start to talk about it and others reach into their experience for similar thoughts and if they are negative thoughts, you start on this downward negative spiral.  So even a small, insignificant thought can grow to be very powerful and evoke negative emotion. Thoughts with powerful emotion are the attractor factor.

By the same token, when you think about what you DO want, you will begin to draw people and conversations and events that…

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