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Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Millennials Should Believe And Follow The Law of Attraction

Millennials, Law of Attraction

We are being bombarded by negativity in our daily lives. In our mundane everyday experiences and everything that we come across in our newsfeeds. Depression among young people has become an epidemic. Following the Law Of Attraction is said to be the best way to overcome hardships and achieve goals.

Are we really living in the dark times and in a constant state of nihilism? The answer is NO. Most people are not on the right track and do not bear the right mindset towards success.

The Law of Attraction encourages positive thinking, self-knowledge, forgiveness, joy, and success.
But there are obstacles to achieving this state of mind. Why? Because we are constantly being bombarded with negative energy that can plague our subconscious mind.

Our subconscious mind is like a vortex that sucks everything that we sense and think. Just a simple scroll in your newsfeed can encourage negativity from the sensational headlines and pictures of your friends showing off their achievements.

Bill Gates once said that Don't compare yourself with anyone in this world...if you do so, you are insulting yourself.' Comparing yourself to other people only encourages feelings of envy, insecurity, and solitude. The Law of Attraction also affirms that visualizing what you can achieve is the first step towards a good life.

It is a common misconception that only rich people can 'get all they want'. The Law of Attraction affirms that it works for everyone. Whatever that our mind can conceive can materialize into reality. Books such as The Secret, Think And Grow Rich, and As A Man Thinketh indirectly described the Law of Attraction.

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