I have a wonderful guest post for you today from the lovely Rebecca Temsen over at Self Development Secrets. In this post you’ll learn how to attract your dreams as Rebecca shares her five steps for manifesting your deepest desires with Law of Attraction!
According to the law of attraction, we as humans can attract our deepest desires. Our mind has the power to make our dreams materialize. However, this power is often clouded by negative messages and thoughts that we experience in our daily lives. By reorienting your brain to shun the negative energy and embrace positive thinking, you can attract your deepest desires. Therefore, here are some actionable tips that will edge you closer to your dreams.
#1. Have a clear picture of what you want in your mind
Do you have a precise idea of what you’d like to achieve? Why do you want what you want? These are the two most important questions that you need to ask yourself as you attract your dreams. Take some time in a serene place and think about what you want to achieve and how bad you want it. Make elaborate notes about the specific details as visualized in your dreams. Think of what you can achieve rather than empathizing about your current state.
#2. Develop a belief in your dreams and ability
When you want to attract your dreams, you need first to believe that they are possible. We often tend to sabotage ourselves by having little to no self-belief. Unpleasant past experiences are the cause of a negative state of mind. They usually make you feel incapable, less-deserving, or flawed in a particular manner.
The most important step is to reflect on yourself to determine the source of the negative belief. Try to find at least five experiences that have led to a negative faith in your life. List them down somewhere for quick reference. Start reflecting on each belief, the story behind it, and how it impacts your life. Afterward, replace the negativity with hope, self-belief, a will to achieve, and faith. Eventually, you will attract positive energy.Use these 5 steps to manifest your dreams with #LawOfAttraction! Click To Tweet
#3. Always keep your thoughts in check
Did you know that your thoughts play an instrumental role in determining whether or not you will achieve your dreams? Your thoughts are like a blueprint for your life. This implies that the more you incline your mind towards achieving your goals, the closer you get to achieving them. However, note that if you think negatively, you start pulling in the opposite direction.
Therefore, practice how to tame your thoughts. Refrain from judging or criticizing yourself based on the thoughts that you have. When you experience a negative thought, challenge yourself by thinking about three reasons why it is wrong. This tip is quite simple but powerful in the long run.
#4. Imagine how it would feel to have your dream now
The law of attraction dictates that “now is the point of attraction.” Your current actions, thoughts, and feelings are in vibrational harmony with what you are attracting in your life. This implies that if you perceive that you have already achieved your dreams, you will be better placed to attract them.
Many people have often misconceived the power of the law of attraction. It is imperative to note that the law of attraction doesn’t work like a magic wand. Therefore, you need to remain focused, set your goals, and work towards achieving them. Write your goals in your journal or diary and always read them as you affirm yourself that you can reach them. Use the Law of Attraction tools such as gratitude journalizing, treasure mapping, creation wheels, and meditation.
When you are relaxed, whisper to yourself that you can achieve, listen to yourself, and visualize your success as you imagine the feeling that comes with it. Always incline your mind and emotions towards a better tomorrow. This will motivate you to remain focused on your plans.
About the author:
Rebecca is an author, entrepreneur and most of all a wife and mother of 2. What she enjoys the most is helping normal people reach their full potential. Rebecca uses her ever growing skills in writing to inspire people and not settle for a normal life. As an entrepreneur, she has no shortage of failures and that is why Rebecca is the ideal person to talk about this. You can connect with Rebecca on her website or on Facebook!
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I’ve just had a thought about something and wanted to add it here. I’ve noticed that things work out so much better when in neutral mode, without any expectations. I get so many more awesome results this way than pre-paving, expecting things to go well, or just deciding that they will.
For example, I had no expectations about customer service while living in Europe. Whenever I called in about something or needed assistance, I was treated so so well, well beyond I’d ever expect. Back in the States, I expect every issue to be solved when not the case.
So, there is something to be said about the neutral mindset, one free of any expectations whatsoever, even if you’d disagree, there is something to it. It’s a place where magic happens. There are other situations where it just does the trick. I’ve seen people who obsess over their careers and get nowhere, whereas others who are chill and in neutral get very far.
So, I’d also add neutrality to the list.
Interesting. I had an experience this morning that was kind of like that where I had to deal with Amazon. The problem couldn’t be resolved with their chat help, so I had to call someone. I’ve never had to deal with them over the phone before, so I had no expectations one way or the other. The guy I ended up speaking with was absolutely awesome — he figured out what was causing the account problem and he fixed everything right away. On top of that, he was really funny. As far as dealing with customer service go, this was probably the best experience I’ve ever had with any company.
Now the LOA question is this: is it really neutrality that does it, or is it non-attachment to a specific outcome?
They are kind of the same thing. same concept. It is better to deal with the concept rather than the actual wording I find.