In this post, I will look at what is the Law of Attraction and how to Attract your Ideal Relationship using this principle.

The Law of Attraction is the belief that by focusing on positive thoughts, one can bring about positive results. The Law of Attraction is based on the idea that every thought has an energy which attracts a similar thought.

In order to attract a relationship, one must first be in a state of love and happiness. The key to attracting love and happiness is to think positively about oneself.

Law of Attraction

You see, the Law of Attraction states that you'll attract to your life whatever you give your attention, energy and focus to, whether wanted or unwanted--emphasis on the unwanted. The "vibes" that you put out (or vibrations) are either negative vibes or positive vibes, and at every moment, the Law of Attraction is responding to the vibes you are offering by giving you more of the same, whether wanted or unwanted.

If you're curious to know what kind of vibrations that you are currently projecting, just take a look around and observe what you get. It's the perfect match. Mentally take a brief inventory of different relationships that you have in your life. For some people, there is a mixture of the kinds of people they have in their lives; some who support and uplift them, and others who are negative.

Why do we attract negative people?

To understand this principle, consider this: as you enjoy and appreciate certain people in your life, in that moment, you are offering positive vibrations. The Law of Attraction works in your circumstance to bring you more of the same. And as you notice and pay attention to the negative people in your life and the things that irritate you about them, you'll see the Law of Attraction unfold to bring you more of the same. By shifting your focus and attention to what you do want, then you'll change the results accordingly. It is really that simple, your focus and attention (your mind and your thinking) gives you exactly what you are putting your energy to.

How to attract ideal partner?

Getting stuck in a rut in your relationship? Build a list of all the things you didn't like about your current or last mate/partner. This list, we'll call "contrast," will help you understand. For example, if your list of negative things about 'past mates' includes someone that doesn't take you to dinner, spend time with you, doesn't uplift you, or spends too much time away travelling, now you'll be able to see why you're attracted to this. Your list makes it clear, remembering that whatever you place your attention to, you'll get more of it. By contrast, if you have a good lover, someone who understands you and supports you, that you are grateful for, the Law of Attraction will provide you the same in return.

Everything you want is out there waiting for you to ask. Everything you want also wants you. But you have to take action to get it

by Jack Canfield

What do you give in return to your partner?

The Law of Attraction can only bring to you what you give your attention, energy and focus to, so change what you're focusing your attention on by asking yourself, 'What do I want?', ‘What do I have to offer to my next relationship?’ When you catch yourself saying something you don't want to be true, breathe, think about what you do want, and start a new sentence. We often forget that we only have the thoughts and feelings that we choose to have.

In the example above, if we were to ask, "What do you want?" After each of those negative statements, our new list would bring us clarity about our ideal mate and would sound like: "My ideal mate takes me to dinner often, spends ample time with me, uplifts me, and spends a pleasing amount of time at home." Can you feel the difference? It's this feeling, or "vibe" that the Law of Attraction is responding to. Make sense? Go ahead and try it. Shift your attention to what you do want and know in that moment the Law of Attraction is responding to your vibration. Another way, just practice gratitude every day for the things that you are grateful for.