I’ve been asked to write some more about the Law of Attraction in my life. The Law of Attraction, in Abraham’s words, is this: That which is like unto itself is drawn. From the link above:
Abraham has described themselves as “a group consciousness from the non-physical dimension” (which helps a lot!). They have also said, “We are that which you are. You are the leading edge of that which we are. We are that which is at the heart of all religions.”
The easiest way to state the Law of Attraction is this: we pay attention to something. Our Vibrations reflect whatever that thing is, physical or non-physical. And whether that to which we vibrate is positive — love, health, success — or negative — pain, sadness, fear — the Universe brings to us exactly that which matches our Vibrations. What ever we want can be ours, if we focus on it, and draw it to us from the Universe.
(I cannot begin to do justice to Abraham or their Law of Attraction. If you believe you might even have a chance of trying this out, follow this link and read the volumes of information on Abraham, and an official description of the Law of Attraction.)
I had not heard of the Law of Attraction until I was 40 years old. As with much of my spiritual base, I was introduced to Abraham by my older sister. I immediately signed up for the Daily Affirmations, and I ordered the free introductory kit at the same time. This was 12 years ago, and the introductory kit is now available on CD/Tape, Mp3, or as a video playlist. The information available in this material is of enormous value to anyone who wants to study the Law of Attraction, and to make it work in their life.
Now to say a little about the Law of Attraction in my life. I am a poster child for the side of the Law which works when I vibrate negatively. I was diagnosed with diabetes when I was 14, and my diagnosing doctor predicted that I would not see 40 years. I believed him; those words were the beginning of me vibrating feelings which matched the ones I had — depressed, hopeless, awful, didn’t give a damn. And each time I attracted those feelings from the Universe, they become more and more a part of me. I couldn’t reverse this for decades. There were many consequences.
But now, I see equal connections in my happier state. Believing that the Universe is not empty, or malevolent, but rather a wondrous place where everything I put out comes back in abundance. The trick was, and is, to remember always to vibrate positively, even in frustrating or sad circumstances.
I have a lifetime of negative examples of the Law of Attraction, but I choose to tell a new story, one based in the joy I’ve so recently found. Kindness begets kindness, love begets love, joy begets joy. And if kindness, love, or joy seem out of range, try to congratulate yourself for one good thing every day. Soon the good vibes will become a habit in your life, and then, you can shoot for the sky!