Many of you are, most likely, already familiar with the Law of Attraction. For those of you who may not be, here's a brief explanation of the Law of Attraction.
One of the many useful tools to help enable you to enact the Law of Attraction is a vision board. A vision board can help you drill down to your ultimate needs, goals and wants in life. But there are a few things to remember when activating the Law of Attraction. You need to be asking "spirit" for unselfish things in an unselfish manner in order for it to really work. Simply asking for "things" won't cut it. Additionally you must always remember that the Law of Attraction is ALWAYS working for you, whether you realize this or not. So if you carry daily thoughts of worry, fear or anxiety . . . by the laws of nature and the universal Law of Attraction - the universe must give that back to you.
You see, you are like a radio transmitter. The thoughts that you carry subliminally throughout your day are constantly being broadcast to the universe. If you are at work sitting at your desk attempting to focus on your daily routine, but in your mind you're thinking, "I have so much debt. How will I get rid of all my debt?" Then "debt" is what is being transmitted to the universe. The Law of Attraction must balance this out by giving you exactly what you're asking for . . . debt, debt, debt. Or, if you're embroiled in constant negativity or in a toxic relationship and your daily thoughts are that of anger, fear and negativity. The universe and the Law of Attraction will balance this by giving you what you're requesting from it. . . more anger, fear and negativity.
You must be very, very careful to monitor and control the daily thoughts rolling around in your head. You must make a conscious effort to make them positive and not negative.
As it turns out, sub-atomic particles are able to be in more than one place at one time. They bounce in and out of form chaotically. Scientists have also discovered, after watching quantum particles under a microscope, that they do not "react" or kick into gear until "intention" is placed upon them by the viewer. When "intention" is sent towards sub-atomic particles - they begin to manifest into the intention placed upon them. Here's a bit from "Understanding Quantum Physics and the Law of Attraction:"
"After a few double blind slit tests using sub-atomic particles as subjects, scientists soon discovered that they could change from particles to wave form - then back again. These particles could leave our dimension - then pop right back into it again. Scientists discovered that these sub-atomic particles were changing from particles to wave form, depending on the intention of the scientists. They also discovered that they could not remove themselves from the equation while testing the particles. The scientists directly influenced the particles - by thinking about the outcome. Scientifically, there is a lot more to this."
Again, I will say that life is truly amazing, is it not? We are all made of sub-atomic particles, folks. And sub-atomic particles do react to our "intention" being placed upon them.
Psalms 82:6: "I have said, Ye are gods; and all of you are children of the most High."
Brings to mind another phrase, "We are not human beings having a spiritual experience - we are spiritual beings having a human experience." God, Buddha, Allah . . . whatever you prefer to call the Creator (the spirit), it's all the same. We're all hailing to the Creator and the Creator has given us the power to manifest our realities as we see fit. It's a gift and it's a test all the same. We hold the key to our own happiness but our ignorance blinds us to it.
We have the power . . . now what will we do with it? Will mankind fail the Creator?
Here's another interesting understanding of it from SelfGrowth:
"The Law of Attraction states that we attract into our lives anything that we give attention to, regardless whether it be positive or negative. From a psychological view, the Law of Attraction can be best explained by the information filtering system of the brain known as the reticular activating system (RAS).
Vision boards serve the role of programming the RAS to tune into external stimuli that can help us move closer towards our intentions.At the base of the human brain stem, in between the medulla oblongata and the mesencephalon, there is a small finger-sized control center called the reticular activating system (RAS) that sorts and evaluates incoming data. Your RAS is responsible for filtering all the incoming information that your brain receives and it also acts as receiver for information that is tagged as important.
A simple way to conceptualize the RAS is to think of it like a radio. You are surrounded by radio waves from various stations and your portable radio can pick up those channels, but only one at a time. You have to tune your radio to a specific frequency of your favorite radio station in order to receive it properly. Your RAS is not much different in this regard. Imagine you are in a meeting room talking to several people and out in the distant corner of the room you hear your name. All your focus gets diverted in the direction that you heard your name because that bit of information is tagged by the RAS as important to you. Your RAS is responsible for having the ability to sleep through the noise of traffic outside your room, but waking up suddenly at the smallest cry from your infant child. Another example of the RAS at work is when you go and buy a brand new car and then suddenly you notice many more people around your city have that exact same car.
According to Hans Morvec, the principal research scientist at the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon University, the human brain can handle up to 100 trillion bits of information at any given time. With all that information coming in, how does your RAS know what to filter? Your RAS is naturally programmed to prioritize information that is necessary for survival, like listening for a the particular sound of an oncoming vehicle when walking close to a street. The RAS can’t distinguish between a real event and a contrived reality, however, and we can exploit this weakness to program it to seek out stimuli in our environment that resonate with our goals.
The process of creating a vision board is one of the best ways to program the RAS. It programs the RAS to pay attention to certain things in your environment that are in frequency with your goal or vision, in much the same way as you are able to pick up your name being mentioned in a conversation on the other side of a room while talking to others. This selective attention filter makes you aware of daily things that can help you achieve your goal and it’s your job to take action on those opportunities when they present themselves."
Ready to begin enacting the Law of Attraction in your life? Start with a vision board. Visit: "How to Use a Vision Board to Activate the Law of Attraction." And if you've used a vision board yourself and it's worked . . . please share your successes with us.
Many say, "This is all crap and it sounds crazy." Well, truth is sometimes stranger than fiction and let's face it. . . we're simply a monkey with a brain. We cannot even begin to USE our entire brain let alone EXPLAIN AWAY all of the mysteries of our universe. So before you're quick to judge, think about this for a moment. The study of Quantum Physics has recently discovered that it is utterly impossible to pinpoint the location of a sub atomic atom. Now, mind you, we're all made up of sub-atomic atoms, folks.