Law Of Attraction
Common Misconceptions

There are many Law of Attraction common misconceptions.

One misconception is that Law of Attraction is a new concept. In reality, the Law of Attraction has been known for ages and taught openly for hundreds of years.

Another common misconception about the Law of Attraction is that it is simply positive thinking.

Applying this law is more than seeing the brighter side of situations. Too often, when you mention this law, friends or family may comment that it is no more than positive thinking. That is simply not true.

This universal law takes positive thinking a step further by integrating the feelings and actions associated with positive thinking, resulting in attracting back to you the vibrations that your positive thinking and feeling sends out.

Another mistaken belief about The Law of Attraction is that all you need to do is picture in your mind what you want and then sit back and let your vision come to you.

Many also mistakenly believe that if they think about what they want for a specific time frame, such as 30 days, then that’s all they have to do.

While visualization is at the heart of the Law of Attraction, it must be followed up with actions that support the desired outcome. It is important to note that many of these actions come through your attitude and subconscious, in addition to your conscious actions.

For example, you may want a special relationship in your life.

The Law of Attraction is at work as you start visualizing meeting new people, apply positive affirmations, and allow it to work by releasing any negative emotions you hold. In addition to releasing any resistance to meeting new people, you must use the opportunities that come to you.

The common misconceptions listed above are held by those who do not fully understand the Law of Attraction. Therefore, it is important not to automatically place your thoughts about this law on a bookshelf with other books you have set aside.

The Law of Attraction works on intentions, thoughts, beliefs, feelings, and actions.

Take time to read books on the subject, such as The Secret by Rhonda Byrne, and Law Of Attraction: The Science of Attracting More of What You Want and Less of What You Don't by Michael Losier, so that you can avoid making false assumptions.

You must use all of these ingredients in your recipe for success.

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