This Is Why Most People Don’t Believe In The Law Of Attraction

Is a Poor Person Who Thinks Positively about Money Rich?

This is a question that irks most people, especially those who hear about the Law of Attraction for the first time.

After all, they think, the Law of Attraction speaks about thoughts begetting results, so if they were to think strongly about something, shouldn’t they get that realized? In other words, if someone doesn’t have a car and thinks strongly about it, they should be owners of the car, right?

Though that does sound very romantic, the problem is that the Law of Attraction does not work in that fashion. It is not about think-think-get-get. There are a lot of under layers here. Firstly, people who think about the Law of Attraction in this manner don’t bring a very important factor into the equation – the emphasis of effort. You don’t get much without channelizing your thoughts into action.

Let us understand this better with an example. Suppose you have an ambition to open a restaurant. Right now, it’s just your ambition. Yes, you are thinking so strongly about it that you can taste it, but that’s just about it. Will that make your restaurant?

The answer is quite obvious – No. The Law of Attraction is not about sitting on your couch watching TV and expecting your inner desires to manifest themselves. You have to actually let the thought out of your system. You have to let it come out and become action.

The Law of Attraction attracts the circumstances that you need to act upon to bring into reality that which you desire.

When you think strongly about something, there will be an inner voice that will tell you to act in a particular way. If you are looking at opening a restaurant, a small voice within you will tell you to start hunting for good places. The voice will tell you to learn the art of restaurant management. The voice will also tell you to begin trying to find funding. There are so many things that will be spoken by this still small voice.

The important thing is that you have to listen to it. And you have to act upon it.

When your thoughts tell you that you want a peanut butter and jelly sandwich what do you do?  You don’t just sit there and hope it appears.  You go into the kitchen and make it.

Only when you begin translating thoughts into actions will you be able to do something about realizing them.