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December 18, 2022

Law of Attraction: Guide to Happiness

Law of Attraction filled me with hope at a time when I was discouraged and feeling completely hopeless. The only thing that appeared abundant in my life was my constant complaining and the train wreck of negative thoughts that plagued me. Depression had become a close friend, and I wrapped myself around it like I was wearing a comfortable, old sweater. I didn’t have any long-lasting skills for making changes in my life.

I was intrigued by the Law of Attraction, and I committed myself to the mantra, “Like attracts like,” which basically means that whatever you focus your energy on will come back to you. It made me realize how negative I was, but I was also fortunate because I had a deep desire to feel excited and positive about life. I wanted to provide a warm, loving home for my family, so joy became my dominant intention and the lens with which I made my decisions. I wanted to be happy, so I had to choose happy thoughts. I wanted to have a loving marriage, so all my conversations and actions towards my husband became based on us having a loving relationship.

I also realized that before I could attract what I wanted, I had to change my attitude and my mindset. In my depression, did I really think I was going to attract my dream job? In my negativity, did I really think I could nurture and enjoy close friendships? I saw the correlation between my attitude and what was coming into my life.

One of my favorite Law of Attraction quotes from Esther Hicks is, “Genius. Is just attention to something specific. That’s all it is. Law of Attraction makes it happen, and so anyone who gives attention to any subject for a period of time will evolve in the direction of that understanding.” With this in mind, I stop letting the little daily annoyances dictate my mood and attitude. I learned to stop in mid-thought and immediately shift my attention and energy to accomplishing and attracting exactly what I wanted at the time ~ whether that was a promotion, a new car, buying a new house, planning a vacation ~ I didn’t let life’s trivialities interfere with the big picture of having a life I love!

As I attempt to handle all situations with grace, laughter, dignity, compassion, and resourcefulness, I feel empowered, confident and worthy of my desires. Yet there are days when my underlying depression and anxiety seep in. On days when my life looks sloppy, I laugh because even though it doesn’t look pretty, it is literally the best I can do sometimes.

I believe that as long as I live, I will change, grow, experience new things, learn about myself and others, and live a life of curiosity and creativity. The best part is that I know how to create the future I want because the Law of Attraction has taught me to focus on what is important to me.

I have written several books about Law of Attraction as a wonderful guide to self-love and self-care, so people believe in their worth and ability to manifest their goals. I am inspired to help others realize how simple it is to change and make their dreams come true.

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