<>I realized that I could choose not to worry about my mounting debt that came from using my credit cards—it certainly wasn’t going to kill me. When I started making money again, I paid it off. I realized I could choose to focus on the fact that my needs were being taken care of—even if not in the most ideal way—and not that I currently had no income.
<>I totally agree to this because i could remember i used to see things as i have far thought about. I tought that this was nature gift but finally come to realise that it was the power of my mind this was far before i come across this on the net. No one told me about it. I am fully going to use this law to change my life. I belief in this because frim thought i see in dreams then frim dreams i encounter in the reality. love you all.
<>2) Visualising and meditating is pointless without work. Mark Cuban says a famous quote which is: "Work like there is someone working 24 hours a day to take it away from you". Me getting my goals is a 2 part process. 1) Meditating and visualising and 2) working incredibly hard. Both go hand in hand, if you do one without the other, you will not (according to my experiencing) manifest it into reality. The reason is because simply meditating on something is wishing, which is not the same as visualising and working.
<>The law of attraction has worked for me really well in the love area. When I first layed eyes on the girl im with now I wished on a shooting star that we’d fall in love and be together forever. Cheesy, I know. I visulized at night before bed her and I together and happy. And it happened. We found each other at the perfect time. We were both attracting each other. Ive never had such a comfortable and loving relationship before. I intend on marrying her, and spending the rest of my life with her. I believe it will happen. I know it will.
<>I like it!!! Law of Attraction Success Stories: The Law and The Promise by Neville Goddard is a collection of Neville's words and letters people wrote him of successes that they had. I like the simple format.Easy to understand if you are somewhat familiar with the work. The part of the book called 'The Promise' is more of his etheric and more spiritual personal experiences and views... not very traditional and profoundly 'out there!' for sure, but I do really appreciate this one.
<>I thoroughly enjoyed reading these stories that demonstrate successfully using one's imagination to create experiences in keeping with desires. They may not be from our current times, but are universal and timeless. I feel Inspired to apply these examples to my own life. I am also a student of Abraham as taught by Esther Hicks and these examples fit perfectly with those teachings.
<>Ever notice how travel magazines show a beautiful destination, maybe a white sand beach and azure blue sky? And, there is always a table and empty chair. Your mind is attracted to the empty chair. It wants you to be there. Goals are the same. The law of attraction is energised by the gap between here and there. So long as it is bridgeable (see tip 21).
<>“I’ve read this before on your success stories and I agree: your work is the ‘missing link’ I was waiting for. I was trying so hard to ‘attract’ a better life and didn’t realise my ‘trying’ was blocking this better life from happening. The ease of your meditations and appreciations (and other techniques) have touched my life like nothing before- and it seems that the less I do; the less I think; the less Law of Attraction sites I subscribe to (apart from yours); the more I relax- the more good happens. My manifestations so far? I’m earning more money than I’ve earned in years; I seem to attract eligible men wherever I go… Which would be amazing (and is an amazing compliment)- if it wasn’t for the fact I am well and truly ‘settled’ in my current committed relationship (which yes, I attracted after you’re Finding Love with the Law of Attraction workshop a few years ago). Thank you for allowing me to live life as I was meant to live it- and the opportunity to share my success with everyone. See you at a group soon!”
<>Life can be very challenging for most of us.  You’re going to have good days, and you’re going to have not so good days.  In fact, many things are going to be out of your control and it’s great to recognize that you’re not always going to be on the top of your game.  Therefore, you need to have some sort of support system in your life so that you can show up fully, especially once you meet your Soulmate. Why? Because bringing all of life’s challenges into one relationship, especially with your romantic partner, will place a very heavy burden on your relationship, not to mention draining the sexual and creative energy from it.  You cannot have that! You need to enlist the support of others and create your own group of amazing, challenging, and supportive friends.
<>Step 1: Essentially, you need to make the decision that you really want to attract this life partner. Then, truly commit to the idea of spending the rest of your life with this person. Making this commitment may involve processing old wounds (e.g. via journaling or therapy). Hopefully, the past can be left behind and you can opt to embrace hope instead of fear.

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