Applying the law of attraction is the result of studying it. The more honest you are with yourself and the more you understand it, the easier it becomes, and then applying the law of attraction occurs naturally. In essence, applying the law of attraction is a lot like overcoming a phobia. Depending on your situation, at times, it may feel terrifying to face the truth. Yet you will overcome this feeling and replace it with overwhelming joy and confidence. Applying the law of attraction takes work and dedication, as well as patience and honesty. You must be willing to face all of your faults and failures and to forgive past angers and resentments. Finally, applying the law of attraction requires that you change the way you use your emotions. We do this through our thoughts, and though it may seem difficult at first, with practice you will see just how simple and powerful this divine shift in your consciousness, really is.
To illustrate how applying the law of attraction works, think of riding a bike over a ramp off the edge of a cliff with a parachute on your back. This is either a terrifying thought(terror being the emotion attached to the thought) or an exciting thought. Why would someone do this? The answer is because for them, the feeling of exhilaration over-rides the feeling of terror. The simple shift in what they focus their thoughts on determines the emotions they feel which determines the event that takes place. The person “feels” the rush of excitement as a wave over their consciousness before ever getting on the bike, they live the feeling in their mind first through their thoughts and feelings. In this way, applying the law of attraction enables them to do what many people will not.
When you first learn the art of applying the law of attraction into your life, it is always best to observe for yourself how seamlessly your moods transition into and out of each other. Some people like to create a “mood log” where they simply record on a pocket notepad what their mood is currently. Each time they notice a mood change they record it along with what they feel caused the mood shift. This easy technique is great for beginners to illustrate the power of moods and “feelings” in their lives. For it will become evident in a few days of this record keeping just how much power your feelings have and subsequently, how careless most people are in who and what they “allow” to change the way they feel. If you’ve ever had a bad day you can really identify with this concept. For most people a great day can be “ruined” by a single non-desired event. It can be as simple and insignificant as someone leaving the toilet seat up or taking your parking space. Bam! just like that our feelings shift to anger and our good mood slides into a bad mood. Which can only lead, by virtue of the law of attraction, to more events in your day that will “harmonize” with your mood.
Applying the law of attraction is understanding that each and every one of our feelings are signals to the universe. The only job of the universe is to respond to these signals by giving out what it has received. So if you are feeling angry then surely more things that will make you feel angry will follow because that is the signal you sent! This applies to every possible emotion dealing with every facet of human interest including money, health, relationships, you name it.