$0.22009 -23.01%
STEEM · 195w

Law of Attraction - Psychological point of view

Image Source

Law of Attraction In the New Thought philosophy, the law of attraction is the belief that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts a person brings positive or negative experiences into their life. The belief is based on the idea that people and their thoughts are both made from "pure energy", and that through the process of "like energy attracting like energy" a person can improve their own health, wealth and personal relationships. 

Source: Wikipedia

By now you probably already heard about "The Secret" or "Law of Attraction". I will briefly explain for those of you who haven't, the law basically implying that if you believe in something really hard or think about something all the time then the universe will or some metaphysical force will attract it to your life. 

I and many of you guys, don't believe in supernatural forces. The law of Attraction isn't working then, right? I wouldn't rush to say that! 

The Psychology Behind

Think of your brain as a search engine, when you think about something, you filter unnecessary information and search for the wanted result. 

Let's say you decide to be an entrepreneur and you focus your life on that. You think about it all day, and it became a big part of your life. Suddenly you start seeing more opportunities, you notice ads online and videos that relate to that, as you start researching this opportunity and get into them, you find more and more related information. One you act some of the opportunities pay off.

What happens is when we think about it all the time our brain will unconsciously understand the importance of the idea and will automatically pay more attention to related stuff. Stuff that were always there but you didn't notice until you paid more attention. 

Lets follow the cycle here: You think about it more 👉 You pay more attention 👉 You see more opportunities 👉You try more things 👉 you get more results Its all very l...

Continue on
Recent news
No posts found