6 Law Of Attraction Exercises You Can Do On Your Lunch Break
If you’ve been worrying about whether you can find the time to use the Law of Attraction properly, you’re not alone.
People who are first starting out often fret about their hectic family work lives and careers, wondering where they’re supposed to find the time to challenge their old ways of thinking and cultivate skills that help them manifest the lives they desire.
However, don’t let concerns about time constraints hold you back! If you have a lunch break, you’ve got time to work with the Law of Attraction.
Here are six powerful exercises you can practice in that precious hour.
You’ll probably find your lunchbreak affirmations most effective if you can say them into a mirror. If you feel odd about using the communal restroom to practice your affirmations, you can use the mirror in your car or even whip out a handheld mirror.
Plus, it’s not a disaster if you just say your affirmations out loud without looking yourself in the eye, as long as you really tune into the words and let them resonate.
If you haven’t yet designed your own affirmations, the key is to find a pithy, accurate way to express your belief in a better future. For example, think of “I feel myself moving closer to love every day” or “Everyone I meet can see I am successful and confident.”
2. Spreading Positivity
People often talk about how learning about the Law of Attraction changed their whole way of dealing with other people. When you think more positively and feel truly excited about your future, you’re more enjoyable to be around and other people can feel naturally drawn to your enthusiasm.
So, why not devote some of your lunch break to deliberately spreading good vibrations? You attract when you give out—small actions like giving a compliment to a stranger or stopping to ask a drained coworker what you can do to help them will help to ensure you continue to vibrate on a positive frequency.
3. Visualizing Your Goal
As you no doubt know by now, creative visualization is probably the most important Law of Attraction tool that you have at your disposal. It’s the process by which you build up a vivid image of your dream life in your mind’s eye, and repeatedly picture it so as to increase your belief that this dream future is possible.
According to the Law of Attraction, this positivity and clarity of vision will help you manifest the things you want in life. Even just 10-15 minutes spent visualizing your goal during your lunchbreak can make a difference—and once you’re used to the visualization process, try experimenting with some new approaches (such as visualizing your success from a third person perspective).
4. Finding Images For Your Dream Board
A dream board is essentially a collage of pictures (and sometimes words or sentences) that you feel represent what you want to manifest. These can come from magazines, your own photographs, or even drawings.
If you have 10-15 minutes to spare, why not search for some suitable images online, or flick through a few magazines and choose ideal pictures? That way, you can print them out or stick them up as soon as you get home, instantly enhancing your dream board.
5. Doing Energy-Boosting Visualizations
It’s common to hit a bit of an energy slump during or after lunch time, feeling flat or tired during the afternoon. However, as noted above, staying positive is so important for your use of the Law of Attraction, so it pays to spend some time on an exercise that boosts your mood.
During a positivity visualization, you enter a meditative state (e.g. by focusing only on your breathing for 5 minutes) and then picture yourself attracting good energy. Some people like to imagine their bodies glowing with golden light, while others prefer the image of bright light in a sphere at their center.
You can play around with different options until you feel like one really fills you with happiness and inspiration.
6. Expressing Gratitude
If you don’t already keep a gratitude journal, your lunch break is the perfect time to start. All you need is a notebook into which you can write a few sentences about what you appreciate that day.
As well as writing down significant moments, try to notice your environment and the things you can easily take for granted—like a beautiful sunset, a tasty meal or a long walk with your dog. Your gratitude journal will serve as a constant reminder that there is much to be happy about, and it will underline your belief that good things can and do happen to you.
The stronger this belief, the more likely you will be to hone the types of skills that help you to manifest your dreams.