Monday, February 25, 2008

How to Be a Law of Attraction Expert Instantly

Ready for the short, sweet and absolute answer in becomming an expert using the Law of Attraction...

Acknowledge that: YOU ALREADY ARE!

Simple as that.

I'm not sure why I'm willing to state the obvious, I guess it's because I'm human.

One of the things Ford Prefect had always found hardest to understand about humans was their habit of continuously stating and repeating the very very obvious, as in It's a nice day, or You're very tall, or Oh dear you seem to have fallen down a thirty-foot well, are you all right?

--The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

The Law of Attraction is a simple concept, "like attracts like". When I'm thinking good thoughts and being happy, I'm putting off that vibration. I attract good things to happen to me. When I'm thinking negative thoughts and feeling bad, I'm putting off that vibration. Therefore I attract negative events into my life.

Here's some examples. I usually have a great day at work and even wrote Attracting an enjoyable work day. Last month I had a much different experience with my work day. I have to take full responsibility for my thoughts, feelings and actions. When I dress up and look good, I get more smiles and I catch more heads turning my direction. When I dress down, even when I'm smilling, I'm not putting out the best vibes, but I get some pleasant head nods but no heads turn.

Michael Losier's recent eZine Law of Attraction article is entitled It's OK to Point and Say, "That's Here Because of Me!" This article is about observing what happens in our lives and acknowleging that we are the reason this event occured. He talks about how it's important that when we acknowledge what we attract into our lives, we reinforce our belief in our ability to attract. We should even celebrate that which comes into our lives, because "Celebrating now always brings more to celebrate about!"

Whether good or bad, it's good to accept our role in attracting events, people and things into our lives.

By accepting our role in the Law of Attraction, we then have to realize we are already experts at attraction. From now on, what we need to learn is how to attract more of what we want and less of what we don't want.

Now look in a mirror, look yourself in the eye and say confidently "I am an expert with the Law of Attraction. I manifest all the people, events and things I experience in my life. Now I'm learning how to attract more of what I want and less of what I don't want."


tbea said...

Yes, I agree that we must take complete responsibility for everything in our lives (the good and the bad) and realize that we have attracted it ALL to us. Then we can begin to be aware of how we are drawing these things into our lives and use it to achieve the things that we desire. I love your affirmation. Thank you.

Dean Lacono said...


Thank you so much for visiting.

I'm finding that when I acknowledge all that happens to me, I even feel good about it because I brought it into my life. It's a matter of perspective, but accepting the responsibility is liberating.

law of atttraction fellow said...

Great post! Your right on the money. This is something we are all doing , only most of us aren't conscious of what or how we are bringing things into our lives. It's when you come to the realization that yes , "I'm doing all this "that you begin to start seeing a change in your life.

Damien said...

Absolutely right! We are all drawing experiences into our lives right now whether we know it or not and we CAN start using thia by taking responsibiliy.

Damien and

Dean Lacono said...

Hi Law of Attraction Fellow,

Thanks for stopping by.

It takes time to adjust our thinking from 'it happens to me' to realizing 'I broght this into my life' to 'I'm responsible for what I think, feel and do.' It's an ongoing process.

Dean Lacono said...

Hi Damien,

That's the key, realizing that we are responsible. That's the first step.

How's that phrase go 'once we acknowledge we have a problem, that's the first step to solving it.' Similarly, once we realize our thoughts, words and actions are what makes our reality, then we have taken the first step to getting more of what we want and less of what we don't want.