Monday, May 16, 2011

How to Make Law of Attraction Always Working

How do you make the Law of Attraction work every time?
Get your conscious and unconscious thoughts on the same playing field. Get them playing with each other to create in harmony instead of conflict with each other.

Where our conscious and unconscious thoughts butt heads is where the Law of Attraction fails.

The greatest secret is not that we create with our thoughts but rather our thoughts create from two places in our mind: the conscious and unconscious. Many say that we only use 10 % of our total mind consciously in any moment. This means 90 % of our mind is being driven from our unconscious. When we are aware of the decisions we make in each moment we are making conscious choices. When our choices are unconscious, they are decided possibly in contradiction to what we really desire. This is how unwanted habits or manifestations can control us.

A prime example is in the case of addiction. Addiction is an attachment to something unconscious that we don't want to participate with consciously. We say that we are addicted but what we are really saying is we feel out of control. We are always in control. The things we create, we genuinely want or desire on some level. Unconscious thinking might manifest as something which is contradictory to our conscious desires..

This is the inner struggle humanity has experienced for millennia. The secret to making the Law of Attraction work every time for everyone, is to discover one's unconscious thinking in relation to what one desires to create consciously. If the unconscious thinking is in opposition to one's desires, amend the counterproductive thinking into something that will align with one's conscious desires.

Seven Steps to Making the Law of Attraction Work Every Time

1. Awareness: Be aware of what you are creating.

2. Breathe: Breathe in deeply to connect to what you are creating and on the exhale expand to create more room for the connection. Surrender to what you are currently creating. Let go.

3. Responsibility: Take responsibility for what you are creating. Own it. Use the verbiage 'I want to experience (place here what you are experiencing)' because on some level you do want to experience it or you wouldn't be experiencing it.

4. Acceptance: Drop judgment of what you are creating to realize it is simply a creation. Discharge the energy or judgment typically associated with things that you don't want. These unwanted things have been called negative, wrong or bad.

5. Unconscious: Now that you are aware of what you do want consciously, become aware of any unconscious thoughts creating against what you want consciously.

Go through the first four steps with each unconscious thought that is hidden and in conflict with your conscious desires.

6. Peace: Make peace with the inner conflict about the situation. Bring both sides of your thinking together. Harmonize your conscious and unconscious thinking. Let them both speak and feel. Indeed two parts of you can be in disagreement with each other. Come to a place of being okay with each of them and feel the resulting peace.

7. Recreate: With awareness, acceptance and peace brought to all parts of you regarding a situation, you have the power to recreate the circumstance and with a higher probability of long-lasting success.

Congratulations on creating the life you truly deserve with more serenity and success than ever before. The seven steps to making the Law of Attraction work every time is applicable with every situation. You are truly the master of this creation! I like your piece, but I may disagree in one area in particular, that is the idea that as you say "The greatest secret is not that but rather our thoughts create". The statement that "we create with our thoughts" I believe that may be part of the process but it is our words that create. The spoken word is the most powerful in our universe, but that is just my opinion. And I have a reliable source for my belief.

Comment by Jason: Love the breath exercise. Breath is everything when creating. "One can't co-create from an emotionally triggered space." Good idea! I've found that mostly people have trouble creating when emotionally triggered, however, if one can remain focused on the creation while emotional, it can actually intensify the creation.

Edited by: Lawyer Asad

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