When it comes to abundance and being successful, anticipations are vitally important. The Law of Attraction teaches us that we incline to get exactly what we anticipate in life. Why is this? How do expectations work with the Law of Attraction?
If you’ve read the Law of Attraction the least bit, you know that your thoughts and emotions emit an energetic absolute frequency out to the Universe. Whatever is hovering at this same frequency will be attracted into your real world life.
If you give off low oscillations like anger, fear, or cynicism, you will attract accompanying experiences and events. If you give off high vibrations like joy, love, and passion, you will again draw in corresponding experiences and events.
Another important character of this action, even so, affects your expectations. Maybe you are able to call back anticipating something that did indeed happen.
Occasionally we do this in a positive way: “Today is going to be a great day, I just know it!” and sometimes we do it in a negative way: “Ugh – today is going to be ‘one of those days’.” Expectations can be powerful, specially if they are supported with firm judgment of conviction and unwavering faith.
Here are some simple tips to help you learn to expect the best – and get it!
First, you must decide to expect the finest in every situation. This will be ambitious if you don’t have fully control of your thoughts yet. If you haven’t developed a strong focus, you will credibly keep hovering back and forth between random thoughts and focused cerebrations until you develop your mind.
Simply keep at it! Keep saying things like, “I know this is going to work out for the best,” or “I know I will turn this situation to my advantage somehow,” or “I expect the best and the best always comes to me!”
Avoid negative talk like the beset. By “negative talk” I mean complaining, arguing, nagging or fate predictions – anything that bears down your emotions and belies your positive expectations.
If other people try to absorb you in negative talk, you may have to be firm to avert it. You might also need to limit the amount of time you spend with negative people. Try to always phrase your affirmations in a positive way. Rather than saying, “This won’t be easy,” say, “I can handle this.”
Know that your expectation will come true. You may wonder how to “know” when you really don’t know yet! If it hasn’t happened yet, how can you be sure it will? This type of knowing is based entirely on faith. You are choosing to know.
It might take for a while to get prosperous with this, but once you do it becomes a lot easier. In order to really know, you’re going to have to completely banish doubtfulness and disbelief from your mind.
When they pop up, simply push them out of your mind and affirm again that you know your expectation will happen.
These three simple things can make a world of difference in your power to attract what you want, and once the actualization start coming on in your life, you’ll be able to add that much more faith and confidence to your expectations – which will make them still more effective!