Most of us will agree that a happy life free from illness, disease and aging is what we dream of. Despite this, these things are all considered to be an unfortunate fact of life – an inescapable side to mortality that is sure to catch up with us at some time or other. Are we to believe that this is true? The law of attraction says otherwise.
Just like every other area of our lives, the responsibility of maintaining a healthy and age-resistant body is entirely within our hands. Our physical health and outward age are simply a manifestation of our inner thoughts and beliefs, whether they are conscious or unconsciously thought, which gives us complete power over whether we choose to accept age or illness into our bodies or not. One of the greatest things that we can learn from the laws of attraction is that within our minds we have the power to manifest whatever we wish and control anything of our choosing; this includes our health. Obtaining complete health really can be a case of mind over matter and by opening up our minds we can all develop exceptional healing abilities of our very own.
It has already been acknowledged within modern medicine that the ‘placebo effect’ is very real, demonstrating the magnitude of importance that the mind has in the physical recovery of the body. It has conveyed to the world the marvellous capabilities of the mind in its ability to convince itself and the body into a state of total health – without any external intervention. However, this is not to say that conventional forms of medicine should not also be adhered to. Modern medicines and medical intervention have a crucial part to play within the healing process, but when combined with the remarkable capabilities of the mind, healing can be sped-up and help to encourage long-lasting health.
Whether we are aware of it or not, the powers of attraction are continually within play. Therefore, whatever is going on within our mental psyche is often being reflected in the condition of our physical body. This is why any symptoms or ailments that our body displays should be received gratefully, as they are warning us that something needs to be changed. The single most common cause of any emotional or physically illness is always the result of some form of stress that our mind has undergone, as build-ups of negativity which have been left unchecked will continue to grow until they eventually spill over into some physical sign of illness. As a result, eliminating all forms of physiological stress and refusing to allow any room in your mind for dwelling on the discomfort or worry of bad health will allow your body the room and time to eliminate itself of all illnesses. After all, there is no room for illness or ageing in a body where the mind sees itself as absolutely perfect.
Take Control – Learn More About The Law Of Attraction Weight Loss And Self-Image
Taking charge of our bodies also means taking control over our self-image, including the issue of weight and our attitudes towards weight loss. The predicament of weight-loss and the long battle that many of us will have waged with our weight throughout our lifetimes have become more and more complex as our society has become increasingly fixated with what we eat and the way that we look.
Do you constantly find yourself fixating on your weight and disheartened by the sight that greets you whenever you take a look in the mirror? If this is so and you are looking to lose weight and acquire your dream body with minimal effort on your part, then it is important that you remember one thing – the universe and all of its laws are perfect. The law of attraction itself is perfect. Therefore, whatever thoughts you choose to fill your head with, including ‘fat thoughts’, will be provided to you from the universe in great abundance. Notice the problem? Then focus on exchanging ‘fat thoughts’ for ‘thin’ ones immediately.
When you obsess about your weight, this can only lead to more ‘fat thoughts’ and increased weight gain. Unbeknown to many people, countless ‘weight-watchers’ will go on numerous diets and spend hours dedicated to fretting about their waistline, unknowingly contributing towards their weight the entire time. When it comes to weight, the law of attraction works in the exact same way that it would within any other part of your life. Because of this, if you are looking to lose weight you should find out more about how to harness the power of attraction in order to transform your vision of a ‘perfect you’ into a perfect reality.
Your body is perfect. Remember this and remain focused on the love that you feel for your body and the weight will begin to fall off – even whilst tucking into some cream cakes.
Open Your Mind To The Law Of Attraction For Weight Loss
Learning how to use the law of attraction and using the tools that are available to us to become the masters of our minds, we can all come to filter which thoughts we choose to listen to; controlling the amount of stress we permit into our bodies and as a result, striving to achieve complete health and feelings of well-being.
Our minds are continually subject to bombardment with messages from society, informing us that we need to diet, teaching us of all of the illnesses and dangers to our health, as well as remaining insistent on the inevitable toll that ageing will have on us all. Reject these ideas immediately! You and you alone are in control of what happens to your body. Maintain a healthy mind and the rest will simply follow.
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