The Secret Meditation for the Law of Attraction

So you are aware of the Law of Attraction. It might have worked for you in some instances.

You’re hooked. But how can you move to the next level? Is there a way to give a turbo charge to your power to manifest? Actually, there is! Using my private meditation, you will discover that you are able to manifest things far more clearly and rapidly than ever before.

First let’s broach the topic of meditation. Meditation is very often misunderstood. There’s nothing less complicated, nor more difficult for the current rat-race mind to comprehend or apply. Permit me to help you in developing a feel for the experience.

I’m going to pull out some weirdo voodoo now, so please ready yourself. When I tell you, I need you to stop reading this article and listen very cautiously. You’ll pick up something, but it will be feint! You must listen very, very cautiously – what you hear will mystify you! All right, stop reading and listen right now.

Did you hear anything? Maybe so, maybe not. That’s not essential – my voodoo act was a prank. What you did have in the few moments that you spent listening intently was an absolute state of meditation. Your mind was stopped, you were wholly focused in the here and now, and you were present.

Our minds are our worst enemy. They live in the past; they live in the time to come. We remember what was, and we think about what we hope (and fear) will be. Meditation, and in fact reality, is in the present. It is in the here and now moment only. Time is a fantasy, and the more our minds wander through the past and the future the more of the magic of reality we miss.

Reality isn’t a static, solid, predictable and measurable thing. Our minds block it off that way, but reality itself is ever shifting, ever changing, world without end.

In the meditative moment, we learn to tune into the hear and now. As a consequence, we set about knowing ourselves more deeply and will in time begin to see reality more as it truly is – a magnificent, mysterious gift! But more significantly, when we are in the meditative moment, our powers of manifestation are vastly amplified.

So here’s the secret meditation. You need not master the meditative state nor become a Zen master to do this meditation! Simply test this for a couple of minutes each day and presently you’ll discover it’s actually quite pleasing. First, sit in a private, hushed place. Relax. Become aware of the sounds around you. Then become aware of the intermixing of those sounds. If you have an air conditioner and a fan in your room, you may have observed when drifting to sleep the ways in which those two sounds mix, interfere, and change. Become aware of the interplay of the sounds around you. This helps to relax the mind and bring your focus into the present.

Now once you are relaxed and your mind has ceased blasting you with thoughts, you should begin to imagine what it is that you desire, as though you are experiencing it right now. Basically, daydream! Daydream of having what you want, and you will begin feeling the good emotions of happiness, excitement, and joy. Do this as long as you can, and then relax for another moment, be mindful of your breathing for a few breaths, release, and go back to your normal life.

This sounds misleadingly simple, but the amount of power contained in a meditation state far surpasses the typical rat-race mind-set in which we typically attempt our manifestation visualizations. You’ll recognize the power of this very rapidly as the speed and accuracy of your manifestations will amaze you.

And remember – keep practicing. It only becomes easier the more you do it, and the benefits to your life, your aspirations, and your joy are more than worth any initial challenges! Good luck!

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2 Responses to The Secret Meditation for the Law of Attraction

  1. […] workout routine, and then meditate outside in the backyard (weather permitting).  I had done some research on how to meditate in the way ‘The Secret’ tells you to and two crazy things […]

  2. Jason Ellis says:

    But indeed we need to avoid so much distraction from our surroundings to have a complete meditation. A true meditation requires a clear thought of what are our intentions, with absolutely no doubt at all.

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