yeah the law of attraction is very real indeed. Try and not wrap your mind around it too much or else you will think it isn't real or just kinda silly. Basically it's simple, like attracts like, so if you're sending out negative "vibes" that's what you get in return.
Like in the book 'Your life is waiting" the author talks about getting what you want through feeeling ... in other words, get in touch with the feel-good part of that something you want and the universe will bring it to you.
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"It seems to me that whether or not anyone believes in the Law of Attraction, their life is just better, happier and more fulfilling if they think and dream of good things."
That's just easier said than done.
And for an update on my situation...we applied for a house loan finally, we were in the process of closing on a home when my husband lost his job.
We felt sure that he would find something quickly and he has. But we were denied the loan and won't be able to get the house. It will take another year before we can begin the loan process on a conventional house again.
So while we feel that we will be ok financially, we certainly have to make an effort to make it so. The housing situation remains bleak and gets depressing.
Sorry to hear that, HisBrandy! I know the housing loans have really tightened up recently as they were so liberal before than people are now defaulting in huge numbers.
It's very difficult to think positively in these situations, I know. We need to spend nearly $8000 to repair/replace our A/C system. My sister asked me "Well, what were you thinking to attract THAT into your life?" (I'd said the same to her when she had a similar situation.
I guess no one guarantees we won't have problems, we just have to be deterimined that they won't get us down. My husband and I are trying to stay out of debt and I guess my job is believing that spending $8,000 won't put us in debt.