4 Steps to Attract Good Luck to the People You Care About
Would you like to see good things happen to the people you care about? It can be hard to watch the people you care about struggle when you understand the Law of Attraction. The good news is that you can actually help other people attract good luck, even if they are unaware (or skeptical about) the Law of Attraction.
You attract whatever comes into your reality, and this includes anything you are aware of, even the events and circumstances that affect the people around you. When a friend of yours breaks up with his girlfriend, this breakup is also part of your reality. When a relative of yours wins the lottery, this lottery win is also a part of your reality. You hear about these events, talk about them and experience them from your perspective.
Remember, anything that happens in your conscious awareness is a part of your reality, and anything that is a part of your reality you have attracted.
Therefore, you can use your Law of Attraction skills to consciously attract good things to the people you care about. Below are a few steps on how to do this:
1. List out what’s going well for them.
If you want to manifest good things for the people you care about, you must begin to look at these people in a positive way. If you have the perspective that a friend of yours is downtrodden or attracts negative things-he or she will continue to have bad luck! Positive change comes with a positive shift in perspective.
To view loved ones in a more positive light, sit down and list out what is going right for the people you care about. What makes them prosperous, healthy, fulfilled and cared for? Make an effort to think about the people you love in an optimistic, glass-half-full kind of way.
2. Gossip only about the good stuff.
People love to gossip, often about negative events and circumstances. If you’d like to attract good luck to the people you care about, make an effort to share only their good news. Refrain from sharing their mistakes, missteps and bad luck.
Sometimes we share other people’s misfortunes out of sympathy, but realize the more we share a person’s misfortunes, the more bad luck he or she will manifest.
3. Visualize their successes.
Just as you can use visualization to help attract something for yourself, you can also do the same for the people you care about. Imagine your friend getting a raise, your relative finding a good relationship or your coworker getting healthy. Take a little time out of your day to visualize good things for some of the people in your life.
4. Celebrate their successes.
When the people you care about have any kind of success (either large or small) get excited. Your excitement will help draw more good things into their lives.
Sent a congratulatory email when your buddy at work gets a big promotion, or brag about your significant other’s accomplishments. As an added benefit, when you get excited for the success of others, you also attract more success into your own life. Celebrating another person’s success is mutually beneficial.
As you use these four steps, realize that not only will they help the people you care about, but they will also give you some extra practice with the Law of Attraction. This practice can help you fine tune your conscious creation skills. Attracting for others is a great exercise because it’s often easier than manifesting for ourselves. We aren’t as attached to the outcomes, so we often project less resistance!
So, practice your Law of Attraction skills and use these tips to attract good luck to your friends, family members, coworkers and neighbors. It’s a great way to help out the people you care about and bring more joy and happiness into the world.
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