The definition of the Law of Attraction is simple: We become a magnet for whatever we give our attention to – whether wanted or unwanted.
Attraction works by vibration. We vibrate through our:
Whatever we think about causes an emotion that feels either good or bad. The sum of our feelings creates the mood that sets the frequency of the vibrations we’re emitting. These vibrations enter the atmosphere and, like a magnet, pull into our lives more experiences that match our overall vibrational frequency.
Most of the time, we’re unaware of our vibrations. We react to daily situations in the moment and pay little attention to whether our vibrations are positive or negative.
Now we’ve decided to be more aware of our vibrations because we’ve learned that if we’re not conscious of what we’re vibrating, we’ll keep attracting a jumbled assortment of experiences. I call this awareness “deliberate attraction.”
Deliberate Attraction is a simple, three-step process through which the Law of Attraction delivers your desired experience.
– Step A: Get clarity about the outcome you desire.
– Step B: Raise your vibration to match your desire.
– Step C: Allow what you’ve asked for to arrive.
Step A: Get clarity about the outcome you desire.
How can you become clear about what you do want? Here’s a guaranteed way:
Examine briefly what you don’t want for the purpose of becoming clear about what you do want.
Describe, by putting into words, what does not feel good. When you briefly examine a subject that doesn’t feel good with the intention of changing it, then you’re actually clearing away an unwanted vibration and replacing it with a wanted vibration. (“Briefly” is the amount of time it takes you to notice something doesn’t feel good. For some people, “briefly” may be only a few seconds; for others, this process could take a few days.)
The Law of Attraction T-Tool for clarity
Here’s a tool you can use to help you replace unwanted feelings or events with wanted ones. We call this the Law of Attraction T-Tool and you can make your own. Here’s how:
1. On a blank sheet of paper, draw a large letter “T” down the middle.
2. Choose a topic about which you need to become clear.
3. Label the left column / don’t want … and the right column; I do want…
4. Begin on the left side and write down everything you don’t want to experience. For example, take an aspect of your business or workplace and write down the things that aren’t working well. If you’ve worked in several different places, think about the last three or four and write down everything you didn’t like. (Remember to examine each item briefly-you don’t have to relive it, just put it into words.)
5. Next, carefully examine each item in the I don’t want… column and ask your Inner Being this question: “So if I don’t want this, what do I want?” (Your Inner Being is the unseen spark of divine life within you. It is your True Self, Pure Love, Goodness, God, Universe, or Spirit within.)
6. Write what you do want in the right-hand column using the corresponding number from the left column.