Law Of Attraction—Take Your Power Back Now!
If you’re going to use the Law of Attraction to its full potential, you need to be able to tap into your own power.
After all, it’s only when you realize that you contain an endless supply of potent energy and really connect with your most incredible capabilities that you’ll be able to manifest the life you’ve always wanted.
Unfortunately, we often engage in destructive ways of thinking and acting that sap and rob of us our power, limiting our manifestation potential. Here are some of the most important things to stop doing today if you want to take your power back.
Ignoring Your Inner Guidance
Your intuition is an incredibly valuable source of guidance, and it will always help to encourage you in the right direction. Sadly, many people grow up being taught to doubt their gut instincts, and may even end up struggling to hear this inner voice.
When you know you need to make a choice, believe that the answer lies inside you. Spend some time in peace and quiet, believe that you can find the right answer, and listen out for it.
This precious part of you is constantly working to feed you useful information, so if you can focus your mind on that energy then you’ll get into the right headspace to discover solutions.
Constantly Questioning Yourself
Silencing your inner critic is one of the most significant steps you can take in order to reclaim your power. When you rely on others to give you their opinions in order to shape your own, you block your own intuition.
Further, you send out signals to the universe that suggest you don’t really know what you want, and this makes it very hard to vibrate on a high enough frequency for manifestation. Every day, reaffirm that you have the power to find the right path for yourself, and get ready to see you intentions turn to reality!
Whenever you devote yourself to complaining (whether it’s to others or it’s just part of a dialogue in your own mind), you are engaging in negative affirmation. This blocks you from receiving the positive things you deserve.
Think back to why you developed a habit of complaining—for example, are you trying to protect yourself from disappointment, or did you learn somewhere along the line that fault-finding was the only way to connect with other people?
By complaining, you tell the universe to send you more things to complain about.
Try to replace this habit with something better, such as finding a lesson or positive aspect to everything you encounter. This moves you away from being passive and gives you a unique type of power over the meaning of your own experiences.
Excessive Focus On External Circumstances
You block your own power when you say that some external thing is “your big problem” and that you’ll never be happy as long as it exists. This is a completely disempowering attitude that immediately puts you in the victim position and reinforcing the belief that you can’t take action to get what you want.
The outside world reflects back what you experience on the inside, and it will never change until you start working on changing that internal world. Taking responsibility can be scary, but it’s also exhilarating.
Now, ask yourself what you can do in spite of this external roadblock, and really brainstorm solutions—you may be surprised by what you realize.
Refusing To Create An Environment That Supports Success
Sometimes, it just seems so much easier to stay in the same old place and avoid doing anything different. However, if this is the path you choose, you might as well let go of the idea that your life is going to improve in any dramatic or profound ways.
If you really want lasting change, you have to start thinking about how to create and sustain an environment that supports success.
Some of this is about internal environment—for example, you may need to reevaluate how you talk to yourself about the things you want from life (e.g. whether it’s encouraging or discouraging), or you might want to consider representing your goals to others in a more positive or confident way.
Meanwhile, there will be external environmental changes worth making too, such as looking at how you can transform your working space into a more positive place and evaluating your relationships to see if any of them are just bringing you down.
The bottom line here is that if you can create an internal and external environment that nurtures success—not failure—you’ll maximize your power, and with it your chances of a great outcome