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The way “Law of Attraction” works is simple: Likes attract likes. A vibration will attract an identical vibration. The closer the vibration match, the stronger the magnetic pull. Whatever frequency you put out is being pulled back towards you, or is attracted to you.
If you’re a self dependent, perhaps you’ve heard about, or even tried practicing the art of manifesting what you want. You may have read The Secret, the book, or created your own vision board filled with future dream images. These tool components of the Law of Attraction can be really powerful.
But there’s one crucial thing that most of the books and articles fail to explain about manifesting: For the Law to work at its highest level, you have to act more than what you dream.
I am the huge supporter of the Law of Attraction. I accept as true all changes begin with the way we think and the way we speak to ourselves as well as others.
If we continuously imagine negative outcomes and failures, I do believe that we only attract that. Thus manifesting what we want starts from thinking in positive way, believing in ourselves, and embracing love.
At the same time we also have to create a solid action plan to hold with accountable for these thoughts.
Without any goal or timeline, all the positive thoughts in the universe will represent nothing.
So, how you use the Law of Attraction in your life?
Here are most tried-and-true tips for styling the mind, getting into action, and designing the life:
Law of Attraction top secret #1:
Be specific about your vision: You can’t make it happen for yourself if you are not crystal clear on your vision.
Then, note down your vision in a notebook so that you can refer back to it. For example, if you thinking of launching your own business be confident about what exact you want to do, and to whom you want to serve up. You want to become a weight loose professional, then focus on serving new moms feel beautiful and confident in their own appearance and maintaining ideal weight, write down it. More you focused, more successful you will be.
Your doubt and negative beliefs are what they are neutralizing your positive intent and frequencies that you’re sending out. That’s why it’s so important to change your beliefs and ensure that you have 100% faith and confidence that you can manifest what you want.
Be sure that your belief is 7, 8, 9 or 10 for what you want. If your goal doesn’t meet those criteria, change it, and find somewhat you have a stronger belief in that.
Law of Attraction top secret #2:
Set small weekly goals:
If you break down your big goals into weekly baby steps, it’s more achievable.
Maybe during week one, you begin looking around your personal network to see if you know anyone in magazine publishing that you can have coffee with.
In week two, you start for job search each morning to look for openings.
In week three, you search for courses or seminars which may help you for preparing for your new business.
A small steps can keeps us inspired and keeps the drive going on. Finally, they all connect you and help in reach your dreams.
Law of Attraction top secret #3:
Make it a group process:
We may higher chance of sticking to our goals when someone check in with and cheer us as well.
Also you can offer that person to help out and keep liable to reach their goals [Reciprocate].
When I decided to launch my website and told some of to my known circle, the encouragement I received from them was so helpful in achieving that goal, and I accept truly, I couldn’t have done it without of them.
When you surround yourself with helpful people, life changes and you achieve much more than what you could have been likely thinking!
1. Brahmacharya – The Celibate Student:
Brahmacharya is the stage of life being a student. In the traditional Indian system of study, a child, once he had become a Brahmachari, would live and learn from his guru all that was essential for him to become a productive and thinking human being.
2. Grihastha – The Married Family Man:
In this stage the man has to perform his duties as a member of society and become a positive provider to his family, his community and his society at large. He must be usefully and ethically employed. He must earn wealth and use his service for the larger good.
3. Vanaprastha – The Hermit in Retreat:
This is stage of a man when his duty as a householder comes to an end. The Vanaprastha ashram is semi-retirement. At this age, he should give up all physical, material and sexual pleasures, retire from his social and professional life. Gradually letting go of the ties that bind him being the society elder who is willing to share the knowledge and wealth he has earned for the benefit of others. No wonder, this third ashrama in now a days nearly out of date.
4. Sannyasa – The Wandering Recluse:
The last stage, Sanyas, involves looking inwards and completely liberating oneself from all worldly appetites and desires. In this ashram, a man must prepare himself for the next journey out of his body and thus reject anything that constrains his release and liberation. In this stage, a man is supposed to be totally devoted to God. . He is virtually merged with God, all his worldly ties are broken, and his sole concern becomes attaining moksha, or release from the circle of birth and death. When he dies, the funeral ceremonies (Pretakarma) are performed by his son and heir.
What About Women?:
What is Success
Success is defined as when you feel easiness in yourself, make enough to sleep well at night, and your close relatives are good and you are in a positive influence on the people around you. What is Success is also achieving self-control, defeat delaying everything, feeling motivated and passionate about life and profession. What helps us to be successful in our professional or personal life is not a great idea; competition which brings a quality that comes to mind is important. At the same time, we all have a very limited time each day to do the things what we want.
There are many factors responsible for success in both professional and personal life, but the one common success factor is to take action or Start. Most people miss out reaching goals because they never start. They always prepare, plan and wait for the best time to come. If we wait until we ready, we would not have a professional life, a website, a blog, a workshop, etc.
Pursue Good Mentors
Make a Support Group
It is extremely necessary to have someone you know that, who will listen to your frustrations, self doubt and encourage you and tell again about your success in business how far you’ve come up to.
It is true that we can always learn new things and become competent in them. But in available 24 hours each day, it is more effective to do what we do best and to outsource tasks that we’re not good at to people who excel at them