How often have you set your self-goals and New Year resolutions? Every year, or is it new goals every month? How would you feel about the statement that whatever you ask for you will receive? This is known as the universal law of attraction How often have you set your self goals and New Year resolutions? Every year, or is it new goals every month? How would you feel about the statement that whatever you ask for you will receive? This is known as the universal law of attraction.
This Law is Universal because it does not matter who you are, where you live, what your religious beliefs are, what year you were born…the Law is true for everyone equally. It is as true as the Law of Gravity.
Most of the time, we attract by “default” rather than by deliberate choice. We just sort of go through our day, focusing on problems that need to be solved or on things that did not feel good nor seem right. In so doing, we are actually creating more problems, more of what does not feel good and more of what does not seem right.
We humans are actually very powerful attractors and we can use this wonderful, god-given power to attract more of what we want in life, simply by paying attention to where we place our thoughts and desires.
An old proverb just came to my mind: “As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” Proverbs 23:7 It’s interesting that the writer of this proverb says “thinks in his heart” because most of the time, we think that we think with our mind. However, it is truly from the heart where we do our thinking, our believing, our “vibrating”.
Think of a radio. It has many different stations. To tune into a station you dial a specific frequency. As soon as we turn our attention to something (dialled it’s frequency) it begins its journey to us.
I see the Art of Deliberate Attraction as consisting of three parts:
1. Getting very clear about what it is I am wanting
2. Raising my vibration until it matches what I want
3. Allowing what I want to come to me
We have the opportunity to gain clarity in knowing precisely what we want; through the many “contrasts” that life offers us. The key to successfully using contrast is to observe it briefly and use it to help you decided what you do want. This takes a little practice, since our habit is to talk about, tell others about and focus on what we did not like.