Attracting Positive People into Your Life

According to the law of attraction, we’re always transmitting positive or negative energy. Others pick up on this and respond likewise.

When you attract like-minded positive people, together you can focus on obtaining your desires. Positive people will encourage and support you. On the other hand, negative people will tell you that you can’t achieve your goals, and that they’re too hard or unreachable.

If you’re continually bombarded with negative phrases in your thinking, such as “I just can’t make ends meet,” “There’s never enough,” or “I just can’t seem to get ahead,” then you’re attracting more negativity into your life.

  • The universe will always respond to your song, so make your song harmonious with your desires, not your frustrations!

If you find yourself focusing on your small paycheck, physical ailments or unfulfilling relationships, it’s time to make a change. Maybe your parents were role models of criticism instead of encouragement, or maybe you’ve always surrounded yourself with negative friends.

Whatever the reason, it’s time to break this cycle of negativity. Consider raising your standard of expectation. Find people to associate with who emit positive energy.

When seeking other positive people, think of people you admire and identify their traits you especially enjoy. You’ll be generally attracted to people who have a similar sense of humor or who hold the same set of values.

Here are some ways to attract positive people and create more positive energy in your life:

1.      Look for positive qualities in other people. It’s far easier to see someone’s faults before seeing their goodness. Challenge yourself to look only for a person’s good qualities.

2.      Be aware of your own finest qualities and project these qualities to the world. This contributes to your self-awareness and increases your self-esteem.

3.      Exercise compassion toward everyone, including yourself. Negative energy obsesses about unattainable goals. However, positive energy allows us to realize when we’re doing the best we can.

4.      Value others’ opinions. Positive energy is open-minded. Listen to all points of view and do your best to understand them, regardless of how different from your own they are.

Trying to change someone’s mind is usually futile, so, even if you’re right, save your energy, understand their opinion, and move on.

5.      Refrain from judging. Give others the benefit of the doubt. Negative energy is critical in judging others and loves finding fault. Judging produces negative energy and attracts more of the same back to you.

6.      Be honest. Express your true self in thoughts, words, and actions.

7.      Don’t be afraid to admit to having occasional negative thoughts and emotions. We’re all human, and negative thoughts are a part of human nature. The key is not to dwell on them.

8.      Celebrate the success and happiness of others. Negative energy is jealous, but positive people are thrilled when others succeed. Use someone else’s success as a motivator to make you a better person.

9.      Balance fulfillment and serving others. If you spend your life trying to please others, you may find yourself ignoring your own needs. Positive energy is balanced.

10.  Persevere in spite of fear or defeat. We all experience defeat and disappointment! Rather than bemoaning a setback, use it as a chance to learn something new and prepare for your next challenge.

11.  Follow your dreams and desires. Embrace your joy every step of the way as you achieve your goals.

People with positive energy approach the world with an open heart and a sense of humor. They refuse to be colored by cynicism and bitterness. They strive to see the best in the world around them, revel in the success of others, and diligently pursue their own goals.

Becoming a positive person today will help you attract more positive people into your life tomorrow. The more positive people that surround you, the more you’ll feel joy, contentment, and fulfillment in your own life!

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  5. Giovani says:

    Hi!

    Thanks, for listing those points!

    I especially want to focus on points 1, 2, and 8–just because you said them in a way that went “click” inside me! Everyone knows these things are true, but every now and then, I hear something said in a way that my whole body pricks up and says “Hey! That’s my reality, now!”

    So, thanks! :O)

    Sunshine & Blessings,
    Giovani

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  7. macafee says:

    Whatever you say, but I do not agree with your point of view about this issue

  8. PhillDoc says:

    Nice article you got here. It would be great to read a bit more concerning this matter.

  9. Cheryl says:

    Hi,

    I want to share a true story. In the year 2000, I found myself divorced and devastated. I took my son to Florida. It was close to his birthday and he said he wanted to ride a horse. I called every horseback riding facility in the phone book and all were closed due to a horse show in Ocala. I finallly reached the Ws and a man answered the phone and said, “Bring the little fella out to meet a real cowboy.” I did. Myself and my son met a 65 year old man who lived in a shake. No running water, no electric. We loved going to ride the horses and we became friends with the old man. He was by far the laziest man I had every met. He would sit for hours on a falling-down porch off a falling-down stable, ignoring his property wasting away. It was in the middle of a swamp and for many months out of the year, it was flooded.
    Nonetheless, each day I went, I sat down next to him and he would say to me, “you see that yonder gate up there.” There was a falling-down gate held by one rope. I would say, “yeah, I see it.” He would then go on to say, “I see it coming.” I would ask what he saw coming, and every single day for nearly two years, he would say, “one day a man is going to walk through that gate and give me a million dollars for this place.” I would smile, laughing to myself, or with others who sat about because you would have to be crazy to buy that swamp land.

    I left Florida, but kept in touch with friends I had made at the horseback riding facility. About two years ago, a friend sent me an email with a link to the Sarasota newspaper. When I clicked on it, I saw that “Wishful Thinkn'” (that was the name the old man gave it) it had sold for one and a half million dollars. I nearly fell out of my chair! I immediately called the old man so excited for him. I don’t want to use his name as I do not have his permission; however, he would be proud. He now lived in a real house with electric lights and running water and he had a million in the bank!
    He did absolutely nothing at all but look at that gate day after day and claim, “I see it coming!”

    He sure did!!!!

  10. Angel says:

    Nice article.. I will post this on my Facebook account. =)

    All the best!

  11. sahir khan says:

    i am so impressed about your words but there is something in which depressed me so hardly …..
    your words give me so peace so if you really help peoples so will you give me some words about my story……………………

  12. Keri says:

    http://inspired2lovelife.blogspot.com/

    I love finding these blogs, think I may start of blog that list all these types of positive blogs. I had a story that I just much share, I read

    http://inspired2lovelife.blogspot.com/2011/03/319-mega-millionswhat-would-u-do.html

    and then this one, and then the other one again. I went to the store to get a soda… and decided to get
    5 dollar scratch card and won 50.00 I know that’s not major, to some of you, but to me that’s a big deal, I am 30 and have never won anything from those lottery cards. I feel this law of attraction stuff works.

  13. My favorite tip that you included in attracting positive people into your life is to follow your dreams. You have to remember that “like attracts like” so as you continue to follow your own dreams and ambitions, you will naturally be attracted to people doing the same. If you settle for mediocrity, you will also find plenty of company on that path as well. Ultimately, it’s a choice only you can make so choose wisely.

  14. Very nice article! Thank you for sharing..my aunt would really like this, I will make sure to send to her!

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  19. Michael Belk says:

    Dick, I love your focus on positivity. You have a great list of ways to find positive people and surround yourself by positive things.

    You are right if you think small then you will get small. You are more in control of your own destiny than you believe.

    I for instance,hate hanging around penny-pitching people. I believe when people think about every penny they are more aware of every penny.

    I am not saying spend like crazy, but do not go out of your way to save .10 cents when you missed out on 100.00 dollars by not taking a chance.

    I have never lived my life this way and I am not about to now.

    How do you deal with the Debbie-downers? What is your advice?

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