Law of Attraction Takes Commitment

Thoughts are an important part of the Law of Attraction (LOA). But, having one or two occasional thoughts on what you want out of life, isn’t going to make much of a difference. You may get lucky, once in a while. On the whole, however, you need to do more.

It’s about committing yourself to the task. You need to learn the steps and then apply them. Although the steps are not difficult, it requires that you believe they work. Otherwise, what’s the point? There are plenty of people who don’t believe in the concept of LOA.

There are plenty of naysayers that will knock you down if you tell them you are practicing LOA. They will give you all kinds of reasons why it can’t work and state that there is no scientific evidence to prove it. In just about anything you do, you are going to find people who put you down for it. Most of the time, it’s because they have failed and wanted to excuse it away or didn’t even give it a try to begin with.

If you decide to commit, how do you go about learning what is required to make LOA work? You will find plenty of resources in booksellers like Amazon and Barnes and Noble. At first, you may believe having many resources available is positive. However, it could lead to more confusion. There are plenty of authors who write about subjects like this without any experience. This makes the task of finding the right information more challenging.

When you go to implement your LOA program, try to find other people who you know that have completed their own programs and succeeded. Also, use the ratings and reviews on websites like Amazon. Be aware that although Amazon is cracking down on fake reviews, you still may find several. A good rule of thumb is to read through the 2-, 3-, and 4-star reviews. This smooths out the overly optimistic reviews and the haters.

Another option is to contact an author if their book seems promising. Ask them if you can speak to some of the people who tried their techniques to get a better feel for the program. Also, be aware that some authors use books to hook you into a more expensive coaching program. While it’s not necessarily negative when this happens, if you buy a book that promises something, the book should deliver without any further purchase.