Updated: Jan 16
There is a lot of hype about the Law of of Attraction in the recent years and while it has been taught well, there are some little pieces that have not been mentioned and these little pieces are are the main reason why most of the people think that it doesn't work for everyone but only the chosen ones.
Yes the Law of Attraction works, it always works regardless of our awareness of it. We do attract everything in our lives. Experiences we want and those we do not. The Law of Attraction states that what you are you draw to yourself. The meaning is that if you are a positive, loving person you will draw positive and loving circumstances. If you are depressed and you feel broken you will have mainly depressing and experiences that will keep on breaking you. And TRUST me I can vouch for that.
I have been working with the Law of Attraction, conciously, for the last 5 years and it has been a rollercoaster until I realised that there is much more than just positive thinking.
We can pretend that we think positively all we want but the truth is that we have been hurt in our childhood and we carry this pain with us. The reason for that is that when we were kids we were hurt in one way or another by those we loved and they claimed they love us. We have been hurt by those who supposed to protect us and make us feel safe. So why on earth we should trust that we will not be hurt again? Why should we not protect ourselves? Why should we open, taking into account that when we were open we got hurt, critisized, brought down to nothing, being compared with others and so on. All this is causing us to be closed to all the opportunities in life. Opportunities to have real fun, to have a better job or to start a business that we will feel fulfilment doing, instead of following the advice of others who wish us well but we end up unfulfilled and with a lasting feeling of deprivation.
So I have tried affirmations, opening chakras exercises, self love exrecises and so on and there was a shift in my mindset but when I started looking into my childhood and my memories I realised that I still carry the pain inside me. When I started healing this pain then my life started changing. The more I clear the easier it is for me to know EXACTLY what I want and the steps I need to take to get there
Well I am a living example that when we heal our childhood wounds it is much easier for us to give ourselves the love we are seeking, we can give ourselves that feeling of safety and grounding, we can start appreciating ourselves just as we are because there is no such thig as being perfect.
Exactly this self love, exactly that feeling that we are safe no matter where we are, exactly that appreciation cultivate the positive outlook and good things start to come to us.