Law of Attraction
Law of Attraction is one of the basic laws of the universe. It can be explained as “Like attracts like,” “Birds of a feather flock together,” or "We attract what we are thnking about."

It came into popular conscious in 2006 when a book by the same name was published. This book is a condensation of the sayings of Abraham channeled to Ether and Jerry Hicks beginning in1986.

Whether we realize it or not, we are responsible for bringing both positive and negative things into our lives. Where you place your focus can have an intense impact on what happens to us. If one spends thier days wallowing in regrets about the past or fears of the future, they'll likely see more negative things appearing, but if one looks for the silver lining in every experience they'll soon start to see positive things surrounding them.

Therefore, the Law of Attraction teaches that we have the freedom to take control of our future, shaping it in the ways we choose  When you learn how to use the powerful and practical tool of affirmations, you can start attracting positive events and experiences. Whatever you’re longing for, whatever your dreams and goals, affirmations can bring into your life applied properly.


Law of Attraction Affirmations can take the form of internal thoughts or spoken words, but they can also be represented visually. Regardless of how you choose to use them, you can design them to reflect your vision of how you want your life to change. For example, many people have great success speaking affirming words into the mirror before going to work, or stating “today is going to be a great day” to infuse themselves with positivity upon waking. When used frequently enough, affirmations can enhance your use of the Law of Attraction by helping to reshape the core beliefs and assumptions that may be holding you back. They promote consistency, optimism and intense focus on the future you want to create.

Further, visual affirmations are useful ways of reminding yourself to stay connected to positive thoughts throughout the day. A sticky note on the bathroom cabinet, the fridge or the front door can keep you in check if your confidence is wavering, and a “dream board” can be designed to represent your desires and aims in pictorial form. We’ll explain a wide range of ways in which you can useaffirmations and teach you how to design them to accurately reflect your underlying goals.