For years, self-help gurus have taught about The Law of Attraction – the idea that you can get what you want simply by creating a clear mental picture of what you desire and using your imagination to see it with your mind’s eye.
It all sounds very tempting doesn’t it – but is there really any such thing as the Law of Attraction or is it just a myth?
One of the most well-documented theories of New Age thought, the Law of Attraction suggests that you will always encounter, in your life, those things which you think about on a regular basis.
My own belief is that opportunity surrounds us every day of our lives but we tend to miss most of it simply because of what our minds are focused on.
But you can learn how to harness this law to bring you what you want.
There are many ideas, which have persisted throughout the course of human history, that have been blended to form the theory, so understanding it may take some time and research. However, because this ‘law’ essentially proposes you can achieve pretty-much anything you want simply by changing your thinking patterns, it remains one of the most interesting ideas to have been championed in recent years.
Reality is the state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or may be thought to be. That’s where things get interesting.
In its widest definition, reality includes everything that is and has being, whether or not it is observable or comprehensible.
Now think about that?
Historically, philosophers have sometimes considered reality to include nonexistent things.
Reality is often contrasted with what is imaginary, delusional, in the mind, dreams, what is abstract, what is false, or what is fictional. To reify is to make more real, and to abstract is the opposite. The truth refers to what is real, while falsity refers to what is not. Fictions are not considered real.
Simply put, affirmations are repeating a given sentence or an idea over and over in your mind or out loud.
One of the most famous affirmations in history being: “Everyday in every way I am getting better and better” by the French psychologist Emile Coué.
So is this more of that silly “power of positive thinking” stuff? Can it work for you?
If you simply focus on a positive thought, can it truly create change in your life?
Aren’t you just trying to fool your brain?
These questions and more are revealed in this video!