People then ask exactly how I use the Law of Attraction to bring things into my life and I tell them I have and practice a simple 4-Step process that ALWAYS works for me in my life. And today, I'll share it with you.
Step One: The first thing I do is get somewhere where I can be quiet. I have a meditation space in my office, but I've done this in my car, in the parking lot, at the park, even in the lobby of companies.
The important thing is to just sit somewhere and get quiet. Don't try to think about anything. Don't try to think of the right thoughts or of what you want or what you don't have or what you're afraid of. The point here is just to clear your mind for a few moments.
I do this by just counting five breaths. Once you're quiet, then you:
Step Two: Shift your mind and think about either: God. If you'd rather think of something else bigger than you, then great! You can think of The Power of the Universe, or The Great Spirit or The Law of Attraction, or the power that drives the waves in the ocean. Just think about a power greater than yourself.
Concentrate on this power and think about all its attributes. I like to think about how God is all around me and everybody else. I like to think of the infinite resources God has, the knowledge and power and how God always wants the best, the highest for me and all others.
Once you concentrate on this for a few minutes, then you:
Step Three: Think about what it is you want to accomplish. The key here is to think about what it feels like to have already attracted or created or achieved what it is you want. Think about how you feel, how others feel, and what it means to actually be living and being what it is you desire.
Feeling and emotion at this point are crucial. If you're able (and you will with a little practice) to actually believe that you've achieved your goal, then you've succeeded here at this step.
After a while, this will be a really fun step, and you'll want to do this exercise over and over because it feels so good!
Step Four: Give thanks to God, or the Universe or whatever power you've thought about for brining this goodness into your life. This is an important step and learning to live in thanks and gratitude will change your life.
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