Published June 1998
by Westview Press .
Written in English
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But there's so much more you can do when it comes to changing the vibes you give off, attracting better (read: less toxic) people, . At every stage of life, our inner self requires the nurturance of loving people attuned to our feelings and responsive to our needs who can foster our inner resources of personal power, lovability. Law No. 1: We attract who we are. The more positive energy we give off, the more we'll receive. Ditto for negativity. It works like this: Love attracts love. HOW TO ATTRACT LOVE Attract Your Heart’s Desire I have been a student of this teaching (along with many others) since before a good many of you were born. The principles of the “law of attraction” can be found in many places from Buddha's teachings to those of Christ and others. It's definitely not new and it's definitely NOT a Secret.
D: Several of the regions of the brain that affect love. Lust and attraction shut off the prefrontal cortex of the brain, which includes rational behavior. Love is its Own Reward. Meanwhile, attraction seems to be a distinct, though closely related, phenomenon. While we can certainly lust for someone we are attracted to, and vice versa, one can. Love is an emotion that comes as quickly as it goes. But choosing to love someone. Choosing to love people is a far greater accomplishment then falling in love. When you choose to love a person, you focus your energy and your emotions to loving that person for who they are. There is no such thing as falling in love. When you decide that you don’t want abusive or negative or hurtful partners, but kind, compassionate and loving people instead, you may start to attract the people . People attracted to the opposite sex read about same-sex attraction for many reasons. My latest book, Many of us who love Jesus cannot shake romantic and sexual desire for those of our.
By God’s grace, we too can keep loving the difficult people God has placed in our lives. The easy thing is to cut the troublesome person out of your life when possible, or just avoid them at best. But I suggest we are more like our patient and loving Savior when we bear with each other and seek to show mercy and kindness, no matter how we are. Below are three major beliefs that will drastically shift your entire experience in love. Change what's happening inside of you, and your outside experience will change, too. 1. You have to believe in yourself. People treat you the way you treat yourself, and the way you expect to be treated. The law of attraction states that "like attracts like." This means that people with a low frequency -- people who are insecure and self-abandoning -- attract each other, while people with a high frequency -- people who love and value themselves -- also attract each other. We all know people who have found someone by these means. What I am saying is that there’s a different approach, a simpler method, one that’s tried and true: it’s activating the Law of Attraction. The Universe is a vacuum. Begin by asking yourself how you’d act if you already had the love of your life in your life.