This is an exciting moment for graceandlivewell.com, we have our first ever guest blog! Written by Jodie she has written an amazing post about the Law of Attraction. Her blog is about self development and is full of fabulous posts, go take a look, you’ll find lots to inspire you!
Here is a little bit about Jodie and why she started her fabulous blog Everyday I’m Buffering
Hello there, I’m Jodie. I am a 21 year old from Shropshire, England. I am recently new to the blogging world after the Coronavirus pandemic ended my year at university early, and meant I lost my job. I was forced out of my comfort zone and had to reassess my life.
I have learnt so much in the last few months about myself and about the person I am hoping to become. I want to share all these experiences of my self-development and growth with you, in the hopes that you learn something new too.
At this moment in time, the world is more uncertain than ever. So let’s control what we can and be sure of ourselves!
Lots of love x
How To Manifest What You Want with the Law of Attraction
What is the Law of Attraction?
Many of us have heard of the Law of Attraction without really knowing what it means or how to use it to our advantage.
I’m Jodie, and I’ve been tasked by the lovely Grace to share my knowledge and experiences about this unique, universal law, as a guest blogger.
In simple terms, the Law of Attraction is the power to attract anything that we are focusing on, into our lives.
As a universal law, age, nationality or religious belief doesn’t affect its powers and therefore, we are all susceptible to it.
Using the amazing capabilities of the mind, all thoughts will turn into things eventually.
Therefore, how you think will affect what is materialised into your life.
For example, pessimistic people will focus on the negative and therefore, this is more likely to happen to them.
But optimistic people, will put their energy into positive thoughts and actions, and this will be reciprocated by a more positive chain of events.
The Law of Attraction means anything is achievable, if you can imagine it and believe in it enough, then you will work towards it and be successful.
Where Did it Come From?
To fully understand the many layers to this amazing wonder of the world, we must first look at its origins.
Going back hundreds of years, it is believed that the immortal Buddha was the first to teach the Law of Attraction to humanity.
This concept eventually spread to western culture, where the term ‘Karma’ was born.
This is often linked with the famous saying, ‘what goes around, comes around’.
Over centuries, the ideology behind the Law of Attraction, has become common understanding.
Many people believe that what you give out to the world (be it, hate or love), you will ultimately receive back.
The Proof is in the Pudding
So how does it work? Where is the evidence?
Universal laws, such as the Law of Attraction, can be difficult to gather concrete evidence on.
However, many great men and women have shown this law to be one of the greatest on Earth.
Shakespeare, Emerson, Beethoven and Newton, all presented this message through their works.
Modern day advocates include Jim Carrey, Oprah Winfrey and Denzel Washington.
Although the Law of Attraction’s beauty often lies in its simplicity, the science behind it is known to be very complex.
Over recent years, quantum physicists have been hard at work trying to learn more about this law.
If you’re looking for some hard evidence, just ask a neurologist.
They often share their view that visualisation creates a better future.
Scientists working at the Wellcome Centre for Human Neuroimaging in London, have discovered that people who visualise a better future are more likely to be able to bring that future into existence.
Many psychologists also support the use of affirmations, which go hand-in-hand with the Law of Attraction.
How to Start Using the Law of Attraction Today
Now, the question on everyone’s lips…how do I use the Law of Attraction to get what I want?
It really is simpler than you can imagine, but just because it is simple doesn’t mean it is going to be easy.
A lot of goals and things wanting to be achieved need to be worked for.
So I’m not guaranteeing there’s not going to be any blood, sweat or tears but I can tell you, with the Law of Attraction on your side, it will all be worth it.
1. Think positive
Optimism itself can go a long way. The easiest way to start your journey with the Law of Attraction is as simple as just being more positive in your day-to-day life.
2. Create a plan of action
Unfortunately, believing something is going to happen doesn’t always take you all the way to success. So decide on your top goals, whether that is to attain something material or achieve your dream career. From there, create a clear plan of action to make your road to success as simple as possible.
3. Focus on what you want most
In order to be as successful as possible with the use of the Law of Attraction, try not to overwhelm yourself with loads of wants and needs. Sit down and decide on 3-5 main goals you would like to achieve, whether that is short or long term.
Now you know what the Law of Attraction is and how to apply it to your life, start putting it in action. Believe it, feel posititve and keep to your plan of action! I hope you have enjoyed this article and I wish you every success for all that you are working towards!
Love Jodie x
Jodie thank you so much for this article, I’m a huge fan of the Law of Attraction, about five years ago a friend of mine lent me her copy and it brought such a different way of thinking in to my life! In that time the biggest change in me, is my self confidence. I believe in myself and no my dreams can be a reality.
Jodie, I so agree, most of us have heard of the Law of Attraction, but many of us may not realise it is a lot more than a title of a bestseller book. Science is at work and we all have the power to change our lives!
As always we would love to hear your comments and if any of you have put the Law of Attraction to the test I would love to hear how it worked for you and what your dreams are moving forward?