Are You an Armchair Law of Attraction Practitioner

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Are You an Armchair Law of Attraction Practitioner

Just the other day I was riding in the car with a friend of mine. She was talking about how well she practices the Law of Attraction but she can’t seem to get things to go how she wants them. Then the subject changed to her boyfriend and that’s when I found out she was an Armchair LOA Practitioner (or ALOAP)!

Many people love the concept of the Law of Attraction: “Think about what you want and it comes right to you…wow…what a concept!” But as we all know there is much more to it than just thinking. There are the many negative emotions we have to be careful of; the thinking and feeling of being grateful in what is sometimes a less-than-grateful situation, focusing on your desires (not on the don’t wants of life), living a joyful life in spite of what is seemingly around you, releasing negative mental patterns, and being ready to take action when the Universe provides you a perfect opportunity for your desire to manifest.

These are just a few of the many steps in the Law of Attraction. Some people decide that they will quit whenever applying the Law of Attraction intentionally seems to become a more little complicated. But in fact it is all very simple…you have to work on your inner self and then your outer world will become what you feel from within.

When my friend began to talk about her boyfriend she told me how arrogant he could be when he is on the phone with customers. (He’s in marketing) She said it upsets her so much and they argue about it. Then she says to me, “But I allow. I practice the LOA with him so I am allowing. Not condoning, mind you, but allowing his thoughts.” Then she proceeds to tell me that he frustrates her when he doesn’t call when he is going to be late.

My friend is an Armchair Law of Attraction Practitioner. My ALOAP friend talks about her boyfriend negatively and puts all those feelings and thoughts out to the Universe and then says that she ‘allows’ him to be who he is. Then she continues to tell how wrong he is. She is not allowing. Allowing means to observe another’s behavior and let them be who they are without any opinion from you and ‘letting their behavior go’ so that it doesn’t affect your world that you create.

An ALOAP knows all the buzz words and knows what should be focused on but doesn’t put any of it into action. They just say what they know about the Law of Attraction without taking any of the steps to apply it.

You have to be an active part of the Law of Attraction. Applying the Law of Attraction intentionally is only theory until you practice what you preach. Sure the Law of Attraction works whether you apply it or not but when you begin to delve into what it takes to intentionally apply it; there is work to be done on the inner you.

It won’t get done by sitting in the armchair and pontificating about how well the Law of Attraction will work. Take action, apply the LOA, and your life will become the life that you have always dreamed of.

Beth and Lee McCain are instructors and lecturers in applying the Law of Attraction to your life to attain whatever you desire. They have a great radio show on Youtube that is both entertaining as well as informative on the subject of the Law of Attraction. For more information about Beth and Lee products and services, please visit: Beth and Lee McCain Law of Attraction Web Site

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Rev. Michael Beckwith from The Secret Law of Attraction movie on CBS News.
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