3 Key Things to Understand About the Law of Attraction

The law of attraction was first popularised in the 2006 movie “The Secret” by Esther and Jerry Hicks. It has significantly impacted mass consciousness, but much is still confused about its general application.

#1 – It’s About Vibration, Not Thoughts

The main idea behind the law of attraction is that people manifest their reality not through their thoughts but through their vibrations. The universe will respond to the energy generated by a particular thought instead of the thought itself. So it would be best if you first got yourself into a good mood before you can manifest the energy of what you want. After a while, the vibration becomes the reward, and the material items appear after the fact.

#2 – Letting Go of Resistance

The internal resistance people have to the things they want is not understood. People can have specific problems or issues and create an identity of themselves out of these problems. We resist when something comes along that is at odds with our idea of ourselves as inferior in some way. This can be observed when people win the lottery and become homeless ten years later. We must be a vibrational match to a new reality and not be attached to our former convictions. Otherwise, nothing will change. Many resist the idea of the law of attraction and refuse to believe existence could be so simple. They will then continue to struggle, believing that it is just how life is.

#3 – Don’t Get Precise

It is essential to understand the vibrational equivalent of what you want. You can have an image or a feeling about what you want that makes you feel good. But as you get more precise about how it is supposed to manifest, the universe has fewer ways that it can give it to you. There are millions of ways to get rich. But you can only possibly contemplate one or two methods involving years of work and labour. Consider that every successful person has vastly changed their business models. And they do so regularly. They might have a general idea about where they want to go, but they innovate and change as these opportunities present themselves. So get happy and optimistic about the future, but don’t get too precise about how it will materialise.