Law of Attraction Exercises for Making it Real

Law of Attraction Exercises For Proving It’s Real

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Are you looking for Law of Attraction proof that you can witness with your own eyes? I am going to show you some Law of Attraction exercises for strengthening your belief and your abilities, so you can use the law to get what you desire. The Law of Attraction is always working, only you may not know how to guide the energies in a beneficial direction.

Let’s take a look at some documented experiments that seem to prove the existence of the Law of Attraction.

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Baader-Meinhof phenomenon – a.k.a The Frequency Illusion or the Selective Attention Bias

The Frequency Illusion happens to everyone at one time or another during a lifetime. It normally happens after we learn a Red Car Experimentnew word, think of a song, learn about a new subject, or even buy something new like a car.

It’s like that day you heard an old song that you had not heard in a long time. Then over the next few days you discover hearing the song more frequently.

Or maybe, you decided to buy a certain model and color of car because you haven’t seen one like that anywhere. Only to discover over the next few days that it seems suddenly many people are driving the same car as you?

Why Does It Happen?

It happens because you have focused your attention on the subject. When the brain takes in new information that is interesting to it, it searches through your immediate environment looking for more of the new thing or the thing you find interesting…like the old song you had not heard in forever.

The Summer Of ’93 Experiment

The summer of 1993 became the time for a social experiment in Washington D.C. Quantum Physicist, John Hagelin, lead a group of researchers to try to reduce the crime rate in the D.C. area. They were going to accomplish this goal by gathering in a large group to meditate about peace and love.

The experiment was ridiculed by the local police department and the chief of police would enter into the record that the only thing that would slow down crime would be 20 inches of snow. After all, Washington D.C. had the largest crime rate in the U.S. at the time and the crime rate increased every year.

800 TM-Shidas arrived in D.C. during the first week of the experiment and began praying and mediating. By the sixth week of the experiment, the amount of participants had grown to 4,000 people. Over the two-month period, people from all over the country were getting into the vibe.

A project review board of 27 leading scientists and leading citizens was comprised to monitor the research process.

What Happened?

They found during that time, crime was reduced by 23.3%. What many people thought would be a waste of time was actually beneficial. It happened because many people were focused on doing something for the better.

Ellen Langer’s Reversing Age Experiment

In 1981, Ellen Langer conducted an experiment on two groups of on men in their 70s. Both groups were taken by van to a monastery that was decorated to reflect the world in 1959. The place was decorated with magazines from 1959 and the tube type television only played shows from the time period and only showed news recent to the area in 1959.

The first group of men visited the monastery the first week of the experiment. They were asked to pretend like they were young men living back in 1959. The second group was present the second week and they were asked to stay in the present and talk about memories they had about the 1959 era.

Dr. Langer suspected that the aging process that was effecting these two groups of men was put into action based on each of their environments. She believes that our thoughts of getting old is a fixed idea that we develop when we are young. She had already proven that memory loss by elderly people could be reversed by giving the elderly more to remember. She found that the memory actually just got lazy without sufficient input during an experiment she did while attending Yale.

What Happened?

The results of the experiment even astonished the scientist performing it. Both groups of men had been given test before and after the experiment to test their cognitive and physical skills. Each of the groups showed improved strength and flexibility. Many physical things about each of the men changed, including their performance in intelligence test.

The one difference between the group that pretended to be younger and the ones that only remembered the times back in 1959, was that the first group seemed to have bodies that were actually younger. It truly appears that the aging process is not as fixed as we are taught.

What Do These Experiments Prove?

These experiments prove that when the mind focuses on one thought, belief, or idea, it becomes fixed on either of the three. The second experiment strengthens the idea that something can be changed with nothing but thought and very little action. Our conscious has a power that attracts and our collective conscious has the ability to make drastic change.

Just imagine if we all could focus our thoughts on healing the Earth instead of focusing on all the things that destroy it.

Mother Teresa once said, “I was once asked why I don’t participate in anti-war demonstrations. I said that I will never do Experiments for the Law of Attractionthat, but as soon as you have a pro-peace rally, I’ll be there.” She was focused on Peace (the Good) instead of on War (Not So Good).

Imagine if we could just use the correct words when we decide to make a stand in the name of good. I can see everyone following the examples of Mother Teresa in the near future.

How Are These Experiments Useful To Me?

We can use the ideas of these experiments to conduct our own personal Law of Attraction experiments to prove the law works. I am going to give you two experiments you can use in your daily life to test the law for yourself.

A Gratitude DiaryGratitude Diary

Get you a notebook or even a pad of paper and write down five things you are grateful for in your life. Label this list, “things I am grateful for.” Next, make another list called, “things I would be grateful for.” In this list write down one thing you would like to happen. Do this experiment once a day for at least a month.

You will notice by the end of the month that you will find it easier to come up with things your are grateful for and that even some of the things you wanted to happen did happen.

I still do this process to this day because I find it so productive. Yes, I to repeat things that I am grateful for, but this is OK. You don’t stop being grateful just because you wrote it down.

The Attraction Experiment

This one takes a little bit of belief to make work, but the amount of belief needed is so minute I think anyone can accomplish it. What you need to do is to think of something you want to attract into your life. Start out with something simple, but you think very unlikely, like finding a red hair band or red feather. Maybe you want to attract a business idea or even a certain person back into your life?

Just think about it. Decided on a time limit, like you want to see it by the end of the week. Always give this experiment at least 48 hours to work. Write this intention in your notebook and date it. Then, just forget about it. Just place your order and wait for it to be delivered.

After you to this experiment a couple times with small items and ideas, then start trying it on larger things.

I use this experiment when I need to see someone, but don’t know how to find them. I normally run into them somewhere like the store or some random public place within a couple of weeks. I love being able to to that.

Conclusion

There is scientific proof that the principles behind the Law of Attraction can be found within research conducted by scientist from around the globe. The mind has the power to create and our collective minds have the ability to change. When we learn how to harness this information and direct it towards the good, then there is nothing good that cannot be had. We only need to focus our intention on it and expect it.

If you would like to learn more about how to get the Law of Attraction to work for you or you are interested in more Law of Attraction exercises for making the law work for you, then check out the Origins program by Katherine Hurst.

==>I would love to hear your experiences, questions, and thoughts about this subject, so please feel free to leave a comment below. I normally respond within 24 hours. Feel free to share this information with anyone you think will benefit from it. Talk with you later, Greg<==


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20 thoughts on “Law of Attraction Exercises For Proving It’s Real”

  1. I absolutely love the law of attraction so this was a joy to read. I often think the easiest way to find evidence is just to think of examples in my own life. Even when you have some not great things occur, I can normally see the link between my emotions and the play out of events. I love your idea of writing down things I would be grateful for so I’m definitely going to try that. With regards to the 2nd exercise, I have tried it before but didn’t get my manifestation and was told that most likely its because there wasn’t an emotional component to it. Any advice how to get emotion into the scenario with mundane things eg hearing from a friend, or wanting to see a red fiesta etc?

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    • Hi Natalie,
      the only thing I do when wanting to see a friend or make something appear in my life is believe it will happen. Like today, I was mowing the yard and hit a big rock: which bent my lawn mower blade. I needed new blades anyway and had been putting it off, but life wanted me to go get some new ones.
      Earlier this week I was thinking about a guy that used to own a local diner. I had not seen him in a very long time and I was wondering how he was doing.
      Guess what happened? He was standing in front of the lawn mower blades at the store when I showed up. We got to catch up and we helped each other find the right blades for our mowers. He had hit a stump and bent his lawn mower blade also. The universe brought us together in the same way so we would end up in the same place at the same time.
      I don’t know any tricks to get it to work, I just believe it will and it always does.

      Thanks for reading my post and leaving your thoughts,
      Greg

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  2. Hey Greg,

    What an informative piece you have here.

    I have come across this idea by way of the book the law of attraction but I never bought or read it. I was skeptical of wasting my money especially because everytime I saw the book or associated materials like audio being promoted, it was quite expensive!

    Nevertheless I identify very well with your car model example so I can relate and appreciate this principle or law now.

    I will get to work and start practicing the exercises you have given.

    Thank you very much indeed.

    Kind regards
    Femi

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    • Hi Femi 👋
      The book and video of the secret is expensive. There are other ways to learn about the law. One way is to follow the post here on Living for the Better.

      Glad you found something useful reading the post

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  3. Hi Greg,

    Thank you for the in-depth research you have done and the information you have provided in this post.

    All of the information I read is summed up quite simply put in the last paragraph:

    ‘The mind has the power to create and our collective minds have the ability to change. When we learn how to harness this information and direct it towards the good, then there is nothing good that cannot be had. We only need to focus our intention on it and expect it’.

    This is so true and what I have learned about the LoA – what the mind focuses on is what manifests.

    Keep up the great work here.

    Ola

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  4. Hello Greg,

    What a pleasant and interesting article to read!
    This is another reminder for us that things that we think could be impossible might just be possible in life (as long as it’s not about hoping that someone we loved who already passed away to be alive again).
    I especially like your words saying “Just place your order and wait for it to be delivered.”
    Thanks so much for your article. I’ll practice writing in my gratitude journal more.

    Cheers,
    Ferra

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  5. Excellent content… I’m taking on both of your suggestions/challenges, the gratitude diary and the attraction experiment. I’ve read accounts about RAS, (Reticular Activating System), but I’ve never thought to put it to the test with something innocuous like a “red feather” for proof.

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    • Hi Bob,
      I am glad that you are going to put it to the test. The Reticular Activating System is the same philosophy. Thanks for pointing out another name for the same phenomenon.

      Thank you for your feedback,
      Greg

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  6. Hi Greg, thank you for sharing this interesting article and your experiments too. I’m always interested to read this kind quantum physics stuffs.

    I believe in Law of attraction because I believe in energy. I find that it is quite true that after asking what you want from the universe, you should forget and don’t think about it. Because I have an experience I want something but at that point of time I don’t have extra money to buy but I tell myself I will get it one day and then forget about it.

    One month later, I receive an unexpected bonus from my company and my first thought is I can buy the thing that I want to buy!

    After that, I try on another more expensive item I want to buy but this time round nothing happen until now. I guess it’s because I didn’t let it go compelely and forget about it after I make my order.

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    • Hi Janet👋
      You are heading the right direction, in my opinion. Sometimes it takes a while for universal energies to put together the steps that lead you to what you desire.
      I know you already know this, but put your heart into what you want to manifest and then trust and have faith that your energy field will bring it to you.
      I realized earlier in life that I have never had an answered prayer. Sometimes the answer was different than I wanted, but soon after, with hindsight, I realized that I did get what I asked for.
      Don’t give up! If your heart really wants it, then it will be delivered.

      Thank you for sharing your story,
      Greg

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  7. Hey Greg,

    This is an absolute brilliant article. I am fascinated by the summer of 93 and the age reversing experiments. Awesome. I have personally experienced the law of attraction as well. There were quite a few times when I was interested in a particular vehicle model, it looked like everyone is buying that. When I shift the focus to another model, then that particular car is everywhere. This article explains why 🙂
    There are quite a few stories in Buddhism also where meditation by a group of people changed the environment in positive manner.
    I am glad that I came across this article.

    Thank you.

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    • Hi Rajith, I am very interested in learning more about the stories from Buddhism that you mention. I love learning new information.
      Thank you for your feedback. It is very appreciated.

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  8. Hi Greg,

    I heard of a woman listening to meditation of sorts which helps you attract money. It now makes sense. I wonder if I tried to attract a genie in a bottle to grant me 3 wishes, how successful I’d be?

    I found the experiment on meditating to reduce crime fascinating! Such a simple act, yet such a huge impact.

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    • The Summer of 93 experiment had a very positive impact that we can all learn from. It helps me to understand the power of group prayer also. I don’t think it would be that hard to attract a genie. Just use the Attraction Experiment and see what it brings you 🙂

      Thank you for your feedback

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  9. Hi Greg

    I love this post! It’s a reminder that we so often focus on what we believe to be true – even if it is completely false but we give it so much attention that we prove to ourselves that it is true and get totally stuck. If you can open your mind and focus on what you want it makes all difference in the world. My favourite part is about the old men – I believe we get old because or our thoughts. (I have a plan to live to 110 happily and heathily.)

    I have bookmarked your post to keep up with your future posts.

    Kind regards,

    Jean

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    • Thank you for your feedback, Jean 🙂
      The old men experiment is very interesting. It strengthens the belief that we are as old as we think we are. It is not bad to have a negative thought ever now and then. We just to want to put much thought into it when we do so that we can move on to the better. 🙂

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  10. Hi Greg,

    I found this an absolute fascinating read.

    I have also experienced “Baader-Meinhof phenomenon” on numerous occasions, but wasn’t aware that it was an actual “thing”.

    I love the idea of a gratitude diary and this is actually something I have been doing for the past two years.

    I tend to overthink things and often focus on the negative.

    Over the years, I’ve tried various forms of self-help, some worked for me, some didn’t.

    However, one of the main habits I have continued with to this day is keeping a gratitude diary. It really does have a fantastic way of making me feel a little happier, and I certainly appreciate many of things in my life that I used to take for granted.

    Thanks for a fantastic article and keep up the great work.

    Partha

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    • Hi Partha,
      The gratitude diary is one of the best techniques to prove to yourself that the law works and it helps you stay focused on the things you really appreciate in life. Another technique that I use I call My Love Stone.
      I found a large rock (about the size of my fist) once and I used my thoughts to put everything I love into it. I placed it next to my bed. It is the first thing I see in the morning and the last thing I see when I go to sleep. When I look at it reminds me of all the things I love in life.

      Thank you for the feedback 🙂

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