Debunking Three Common Myths About the Law of Attraction

Written by Dr. Eric Amidi.

Even though countless people have brought abundance to their lives by following the Law of Attraction, there is still a portion of the population that doesn’t believe. These people are more than just skeptical — they are surrounded by negativity and are unable to believe in things that they can’t see. This stands in direct opposition to people who benefit from following the Law of Attraction — these people not only believe in things that they can’t see but actually are able to visualize things in order to make them exist.

It’s easy to be caught up the negative attitudes of friends or family members who don’t understand the Law of Attraction and how it is based in scientific certainties. However, instead of getting into arguments about the viability of the Law of Attraction, it’s far healthier to be positive and show people the ways that they can changes their lives around.

With that in mind, here are three common myths about the Law of Attraction and how you can dispel them:

Myth: People who follow the Law of Attraction think that they can make things appear out of thin air.

No one who truly understands that Law of Attraction thinks that they can actually manifest a new car showing up in their driveway or a large sum of money appearing in their bank account. What people who doubt the Law of Attraction don’t understand is that it’s about opening yourself up to the possibilities that will occur when you put positive thoughts to a situation. You will be given the chance to take steps that can lead to wealth and happiness if you understand the Law of Attraction, but it’s still up to you to follow through and listen to the Universe to take the right steps.

Myth: The Law of Attraction is a modern fad.

While recent books, movies and Internet sites have brought new attention to the Law of Attraction, it’s hardly a new concept. In fact, people have understood the idea of being open to positive change from the Universe for centuries — perhaps since the beginning of time. The ability to spread information faster and farther than ever before has simply made it easier for people to discover the realities about the Law of Attraction.

Myth: People who follow the Law of Attraction are selfish.

People think that people who follow the Law of Attraction are selfish because they focus on getting the things they want out of life. Of course, they fail to realize that what people are really doing is focusing on making positive things happen that will make them happy. This can include seeing friends prosper or becoming financially successful so they can donate more money to their favorite charity.

Dr. Eric Amidi is a respected scientist and author who focused on the impact of the Law of Attraction on everyday life. Eric Amidi teaches people how to use the Law of Attraction to manifest positive outcomes.