How to Make Friends With the Law of Attraction
Friendship is something that most people desire. Many of us want to feel connected to other people, and we wish for a sense of belonging. The good news is that anyone can use the Law of Attraction to bring more friendships into his or her life. Here’s how to make friends through the process of attraction.
1. Put yourself out there:
Get out of the house/office/cubicle once in a while and mingle around actual people (not just social media accounts). If you are in the habit of isolating yourself, you will attract more isolation. To attract people, you must be in the habit of being around people.
As an introvert myself, I realize that this is often easier said than done for some of us, so if it is for you, please take baby steps. You don’t have to go to an all-night rager, but you can step out into public for a few minutes to run out to a coffee shop, at the very least. Make it your intention to spend a little more time around people every day and you will attract more people into your life.
2. Accept invitations:
The older I get, the more that I see that this is one area that prevents a lot of people from gaining and maintaining friendships. Though it might seem more comfortable to stay in at night or on the weekend and keep our usual routine, when we get in the habit of always saying “no” to social invitations, they start to fade away.
This doesn’t mean that you have to accept every offer that comes your way, but if there is someone who you like and appreciate in your life and you want to build a relationship with them, make an effort to meet them halfway if and when they extend themselves to you.
When we are young, this feature of friendship seems to come naturally. Kids just can’t wait to go to the sleepover or play outside with their friends. But with age, we tend to become a bit more reclusive, and this inhibits our abilities to build true friendships with others.
Be willing to say “yes” once in a while to attract more friends into your life.
3. Rise above judgement:
Another thing that prevents good friendships with others is judgement. When we get in the habit of judging others in a negative light we push good people away, because most people who are capable of true friendship are not a vibrational match to constant criticism. For this reason, judgement can be a powerful friend-repellent.
To be certain, we may win some followers or minions with judgement, but we will not win caring and loving friendships. To have true, compassionate friendships we must first project love out into the world and look for the good in others. So make it your intention to find qualities that you like about the people around you, and more people with redeeming and accepting qualities will be drawn to you with the Law of Attraction.
4. Be a friend to others:
This is probably the most important item on the list. If you want to attract friends, you must first be a friend. Extend a kind favor, send an invitation, pick up the phone or send a quick text to the people you care about. We get what we are, not necessarily what we want. So if we want to attract friends, we must first be the friends we wish to have.
Especially as we grow older, friendships can become a bit more elusive. Sometimes we may have to relearn how to make friends. Fortunately, we can use the Law of Attraction at any age to attract friendship.
Remember, we attract the essence of what we are, so get out around people, say “yes” to invitations, radiate love instead of judgement and, above all, be a friend first. These four actions can make anyone a friend-magnet.
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I began my journey with the LOA as an opiate addict and a bulimic. Through learning how to consciously apply the LOA my life has become a waking dream-healthy, fulfilling and prosperous. It is my joy to pass this knowledge along to you.