Laws of Attraction
by Olessia Kantor
I consider myself lucky to live a life of abundance. Having traveled to many different parts of the world and having met people from all walks of life, I’m constantly reminded how much I have. I’ve worked hard to impart on my children this kind of awareness and gratefulness. I’ve done this not only because I want to raise children who realize their blessings, but because being aware of how much you have is the first step in attracting abundance in your life. Here are some other ways you can use the laws of attraction to reap plenty.
- Pay attention to what draws your attention. The idea is you're attaching what you focus your attention and energies on. Take stock of your life currently and make the connections between how you've attracted these things into your life.
- Work to change the behaviors you engage in that might repel abundance. Negative feelings, such as those of anger and jealousy, along with the propensity to engage in complaining and pettiness, are some of the things you might not realize telling the universe that you are not prepared for abundance.
- Believe in abundance in itself. If you're worried that the universe cannot provide for you abundantly because there is a limited amount of good things, you can't be gifted with abundance. To focus on lacking or obsess on visible progress is to set yourself back.
- Display generosity in ways you are able to. When you are grateful for what you have and welcoming more into your life, you're aware that there are others doing what you're doing that have way less. Show generosity toward others in the ways you can, which shows the universe you understand it’s nature is one of give and take.
- Immerse yourself in an environment that welcomes abundance. Surrounding yourself with people who are trying to make similar advancements gives you a support system. Your physical environment can also lend itself to reaching your goals.
- Utilize affirmations. The universe knows the you that you broadcast to it. You have to have a firm knowledge of who you are and what you want. Whether you say it quietly to yourself or scream it from the rooftops, verbalizing your affirmations makes your hopes and desires more concrete.
- Be willing to try new things. They say that if you keep doing what you've always done, you'll continue to have what you've always had. By introducing new things into your life, you're putting into the universe the idea that you're ready for change.
When you engage in an honest relationship with yourself and the universe around you, you are showing a level of gratitude and maturity that welcomes more wonders and blessings into your life.