Law of Attraction: Setting the right frequency, part II.

“YES!” That’s the type of attitude you should have towards everything – except maybe colonoscopies and such. The more excited and enthusiastic you are about your current life, the more you bring exciting things into your future life. Feeling excitement about your day, your week or your year really sparks the right things.

Have something to look forward to: I look forward to whatever I’m having for dinner every night. I look forward to a great party, a few days off, my birthday, a holiday. Feeling some happy anticipation to great things brings more great things. So think of a few good things you have coming up today, this week, this month or this year.

As I said before, being curious is cute to the Universe. It shows off how interested you are in your own life and things around you. It shows you have faith in how your life will unfold. It also gives a great deal of freedom to the Universe: you basically say “hey, I trust you’re going to do a good job, so bring it!” By being curious you’re allowing the Universe to ‘wow’ you.

“I wonder”: Use this phrase plenty and friendly in your mind. “I wonder how this party is going to turn out.” “I wonder what this day is going to bring me.” “I wonder what’s going to happen next.” “I wonder what things are going to happen to me this year.” I wonder. It’s very powerful.

By doing good things for other people, just because it makes you feel good, without any intention of getting anything for it, you’re doing everything right. Literally everything you have to do right in order to work with the Law of Attraction, you do when you act selflessly for other people. One, you behave rightly towards others and thus send out a positive message with your behavior. Two, you feel good hence attract more things that make you feel good. Three, because you’re not in it to win something, you’re allowing things to flow into your life. You send a great message with your thoughts and feelings, and you’re allowing.

I could write an enormous list about all the altruistic acts available but these are the ones that come to mind most easily: Send a hand-written letter to someone you love. Buy a little present for your friend. Cook for your family. Help out someone you know. Help out a stranger. Volunteer. Read to a kid. Babysit. 

By doing these things, feeling great because you know you’re making someone else happy, you’re benefiting so much more in your life than you can imagine.

As I said in the other post, you don’t have to focus on all of this all day, every day. But you can implement these frequencies into your daily life, supereasily.

Happiness: Take the necessary steps to feel good most of the time. Gratitude: Write down a list of things you’re grateful for. Excitement: Have happy jitters about your date/seeing a movie/eating sushi. Curiosity: Being interested in a new co-worker/a new book/that seminar you’re supposed to go to. Altruism: Manage to do something nice for someone in your life every single day, whether it’s holding the door open for a stranger or giving you partner a backrub.

Trust me, the more you do, the more you will want to do it. You’ll become a happier person and your life is going to become so pretty and fun that Disneyland ain’t got nothing on you anymore.

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