The Core Principle to Achieve your Dreams: The Law of Attraction is Universal Action

by Denise Hart

Everything you want to achieve, everything you desire to be or do, depends entirely on you. You are always your point of attraction. Which means, wherever you are in your vibration will impact and determine what you receive into your life. If you are predominately feeling negative about the situations you encounter it will be very difficult to attract or create something that does not reflect that core negative outlook.

To achieve your goals and dreams, your job is to get into complete vibrational alignment with what you desire. This is the core principle of the Law of Attraction which is Universal Action. That just means, the Law of Attraction is always operating in our lives, attracting positive or negative things based on where we are in our thinking or vibration. Perhaps you're asking, "How do I get into alignment with what I desire?" The solution is, you have to train yourself to consistently think the thoughts that reflect your belief that you can receive what you desire.

I am fascinated by the Law of Attraction. I was first introduced to this Universal Law almost ten years ago, through the classic book, The Science of Getting Rich and then through another classic, The Master Key System. The principle of the Law of Attraction is also reflected in the Bible in the scriptures that speak of asking, believing and receiving.

The Law of Attraction is really very simple, we're all magnets. What we give our thought focus to is what we attract back to us. Whatever you focus on intently is going to become your magnetic field or your "vibe," because like is drawn to like.

How could something so simple as thinking the right thoughts support us in receiving what we desire? Well, it's true. Whether we are conscious of it or not, we are always attracting or calling forth what we desire no matter if it's something positive or negative.

I really learned the value of the Law of Attraction when I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer in 2005. Needless to say, I was going through a very difficult time but to compile things, my mother had transitioned 18 months prior, my relationship had ended and I was meeting with a lot of resistance in my role as a college professor. Although all of these things were happening on the outside I instinctively knew that the right response was to look within. I'd been studying the law of attraction for a number of years but had been in resistance to its teachings.

I thought it that it was too simplistic and it couldn't really be as easy as the principle sounded. That our dominate way of thinking becomes our beliefs and that's what we attract back into our lives. At that time, some of my dominate limiting thoughts were: Relationships are difficult, men just don't get it, people are supposed to struggle to get through the tenure process and there will always be people against you when you're doing well in your life - just to name a few. I finally decided that I was going to give this law of Attraction stuff an honest try. I didn't know then, how much it would transform my life.

To turn things around, I started to affirm a few quotes I'd read and also created - "When your life no longer fits, change it" and "Practice the law of love" and "I'm important, I count." I started taking responsibility for how I responded to whatever happened in my life. I stopped resisting whatever was happening and started accepting things. However, I didn't stop there. If I also wanted things to change, then I took responsibility for creating the change I desired. I started to liberate myself through my thoughts and responses and my whole life transformed. Things began to fall into place with more ease than I could have ever imagined. I realized that you may not be able to control life's situations but you can always control your response to them.

I recognized that I was worthy, I am loved and I am called to be a conscious conduit of love towards myself and others.

Because most of us are programmed to think in a way that does a poor job of supporting what we desire to do or be, you're going to have to lift some daily mind weights. I recommend that you start a daily practice of focusing on the Truth. Not the truth of the drama that may be happening in your life at the present moment, but focus on the Truth that is eternal. Begin to connect to thoughts like:
  • I know and trust that the Universe supports me in achieving what I desire.
  • I expect good things to come to me.
  • All things work together for good.
  • I am deserving of all the good that is coming my way.
  • I am an action taker and I complete my goals.
Remember, you are your point of attraction. You will attract both positive and negative things into your life based on where your vibration is. You cannot control life's situations but you can always control how you respond. Your best gift to yourself lies in creating a response system that is grounded in Truth which will pave the way for you to attract and create all that you truly desire.


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Denise J. Hart, The Motivated Mindset Coach, is committed to helping women design their “Don’t Quit” attitude and KICK fear to the curb. She’s a member of world renowned speaker and transformation coach, Lisa Nichols’ Global Leaders team and author of the forthcoming book, “Your Daily Mindset Mojo – 365 power thoughts to help you change your mindset and transform your life!” Get your free daily mindset mojo inspiration at

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