Friday, October 22, 2010

Law Of Attraction: It's Never Too Late To Start!

The Law of Attraction is for everyone … irrespective you’re young or old. It is applicable to every area of your daily life. Remember the basic principle of this law of the Universe is “like attracts like” and it all begins with a thought or an idea. The Universe holds unlimited resources to readily respond to your thoughts. Everyone has an equal chance to these resources but it’s going to be hard work, of course!

It may be hard work but only you can decide on its success. You will need to first understand that the Law of Attraction is not only about wishful thinking but it also require your determined efforts to change your belief system … to believe that you have direct control over your own life, that you have the power to make your dreams a possibility.

It is not too late to make some kind of change now to restore that belief in yourself. So, do you want to jump right in and let the Law of Attraction work for you?

Before you go full steam ahead to only lose your momentum in the quickest way, you’ll need to spend some quiet time with yourself. Take as much time you may need and at the oddest places as long as it gives you a peace of mind to think things through.

Ask yourself the following questions and be honest with the answers:-

1. What am I looking for in my life?
2. What are the actions I have taken so far?
3. Am I moving towards what I want right now or am I going to remain where I am?
4. Do I believe in myself, in my ability?
5. What’s my next course of action?

However are your answers, it’s never too late to start taking charge of your life. You can either remain status quo or take inspired actions to move yourself closer towards what you are looking for in your life. Plan your actions, the changes you need to adopt and believe you can make things happen.

“Moving forward is a process, not a single, simple encounter” 
~ Michael Kerrigan

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1 Bubbles:

I agree. Unless someone is just waiting around to die (which no one should), we should get the most we can out of every day.