Deciding whether or not you want to keep the
Once you have investigated your thoughts by using a process
of questioning, it will be clearer to you whether they are thoughts that are beneficial
to you or not.
You might have thoughts that you often think, such as “I am
so fortunate to live in this beautiful city,” which are clearly thoughts that
feel good. When a thought feels good to you, I strongly encourage you to keep
thinking it. Good-feeling thoughts have the immediate plus of making you feel
good while you think them (duh!), and also create a lot of other benefits such
as increased optimism and confidence, and helping you harness the power of the
Law of Attraction to your advantage.
You will be able to recognize some other thoughts that are
obviously less helpful to you. Thoughts like “I’m never going to find a job I
love,” have the exact opposite effects of good-feeling thoughts. These negative
thoughts feel awful to think, encourage a more pessimistic and less motivated outlook,
and engage with Law of Attraction in attracting more thoughts and circumstances
which match the initial negative thoughts. Deciding which list to put these
thoughts should be a no-brainer!
The Law of Attraction is a powerful Universal principle. It states that things with a similar energy are drawn to each other. In other words, like attracts like. This means that if you have consistently doubtful habits of thought, more things will occur in your life that confirm and help to continue the feeling of doubt. By practicing thoughts of hope or optimism, you allow Law of Attraction to bring you things that are a match to these more positive emotions.