Why You Should Use the Law of Attraction, Even if You Aren’t a Believer

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Many of us are chasing success; I am myself a part of that.

When reading personal development books, 80% of them are writing about the Law of Attraction in some way, shape, or form. I have tried the techniques myself, even though I’m not sure they aren’t just some made-up bullshit.

The premisses of the Law of Attraction is “like attracts like,” which means that you attract into your life what you think about.

If you think about how dreadful work is, you will get more dreadful work. If you feel that you don’t have enough money- you will attract more of “not enough money.” On the other hand, if you think about wealth, you will become wealthy.

This subject divides people. Gary Vee is very much not a believer, and Jim Carey is convinced that it brought him to the level of succes he has.

I don’t know what the truth is, but is that even important?

The Law says that you must think positive thoughts and think about what you love in your life and what you want more of. Meanwhile, you must NOT think about the lack of things or negativity in general.

Let’s says that the Law doesn’t work whatsoever — won’t thinking positively and thinking of the things/people you love in your life not make your experience better anyway?

If we are thankful for more things in our everyday life, it will bring us more joy daily.

If we have a more positive outlook on everything, we will be happier.

Therefore my take on this is: I can only do good — nothing negative comes out of it.

I cannot think of a single way that using the Law of attraction is negative. Maybe the upside isn’t as significant as advertised, or perhaps it is, but if there is an upside to it regardless, why not just go for it?

Even if you don’t believe in the Law of attraction and aren’t a spiritual person, consider giving it a try anyway.

This was my two cents on this beautiful afternoon:-)

Loving Life, Living Life

Sincerely Maria



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Maria Skaarup

Maria Skaarup


Mindset- & Business Mentor, Coach & Writer I write for ”Made for More” Entrepreneurial minds #entreprenuership #passion #procrastination #productivity #Habit