Pos­i­tive think­ing can bring what you want

Central Telegraph - - NEWS - Suzie Hutch­ings

WOULD you be­lieve me if I told you that you could have what­ever you wanted… but only if we think about it?

The law of at­trac­tion is a con­cept which ul­ti­mately helps you suc­ceed in life.

You may not re­alise it but you at­tract the good, or al­ter­na­tively bad ex­pe­ri­ences, based upon your thoughts.

It is known as a give and take process.

By fo­cussing on your dreams and eject­ing pos­i­tive en­ergy, such as smil­ing at some­one on the streets, then you will be re­warded with what you want.

Don’t be naive to think that smil­ing at some­one on the streets at 10am will give you your dreams at 6 o’clock that night.

The law of at­trac­tion doesn’t work like that

How­ever, it may sur­prise you when you do re­ceive what you want.

Of course, if you are hav­ing neg­a­tive thoughts and not show­ing grat­i­tude then you are invit­ing a fu­ture of dis­ap­point­ment.

Now, dis­ap­point­ment isn’t ex­actly a step-back.

It can help you push your­self to achieve more and even ap­pre­ci­ate what you al­ready do have.

If you’re out­putting neg­a­tive en­ergy into the world, don’t think you’ll be re­warded with what you want.

Un­der­stand­ably so, not ev­ery­one be­lieves in the power of the “uni­verse”.

How­ever, sci­en­tific re­search has proved the em­pow­er­ing ef­fects of pos­i­tive think­ing.

I en­cour­age ev­ery­one to fo­cus on some­thing they want in life, as suc­cess isn’t a re­stricted re­source.

To get the most out of the law of at­trac­tion, it’s ad­vised that you spend a few min­utes each day think­ing about your de­sires.

You can sim­ply write down your goals on a piece of pa­per and leave it some­where so you can al­ways see it.

And don’t for­get to show grat­i­tude.

Pa­tience and work­ing hard are the keys to the fu­ture you have al­ways dreamed of.

So be gra­cious, show your­self love and strive to be the best ver­sion of your­self that you can be.

And with that, you will love what is at­tracted to you.

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