Millions of people from all over the world are learning about The Law of Attraction and wake up to the idea that we are the creators of our realities.
The book and movie “The Secret” had a lot to do with this. Since its release in 2006, it is said that over 300 million people have been impacted by it. But with all the information and with all the opportunities happening in our world today, Nightingale-Conant Statistics show that 95% of people who follow these programs never get any results
Why is this happening?
Here are 7 reasons why The Secret might not be working for you.
- Reading and applying are not the same thing: While we can read hundreds of books and have a lot of information in our heads, we really use very little of what we know. For example everybody knows how to be healthy and fit but very few people do it.
- Conscious level vs. Subconscious level: If we want to make a real change we have to internalize what we learn on our subconscious level, in simple terms: “Move out of our heads and into our hearts”. The Secret talks about getting into the Vibration of what we want. That means to get emotionally involved! The emotions reside in the Subconscious mind!
- Visualization: Very few people actually take the time to spend a minimum of 15 minutes a day to totally relax and visualize what they want. How about you? Do you actually visualize what you want or are you letting your present results influence your thinking and state of vibration?
- Affirmations: also named Auto-Suggestion is the best technique to influence our subconscious mind and change the results we are getting. The subconscious mind doesn`t know the difference between what`s real and what`s imagined. If you visualize and affirm certain things they will become your reality.
- Daily Study: reading or listening to an inspirational book every day is like mental fitness. It sharpens your mind and works with your mindset. Pretty soon you will be amazed with the changes that will happen in your life.
- Writing it down: here is an example of how powerful writing your goals down can be:In 1979, there`s been a study on Harvard graduates on goal setting:
84% had no specific goals at all
13% had goals but they were not committed to paper
3% had clear, written goals and plans to accomplish them
In 1989, the researchers again interviewed the graduates of that class. You can guess the results:
The 13% of the class who had goals were earning, on average, twice as much as the 84 percent who had no goals at all.
Even more staggering – the three percent who had clear, written goals were earning, on average, ten times as much as the other 97 percent put together.
- Mentoring: having a mentor is probably the best thing you can do for yourself because your mentors can use their experience and wisdom to help you achieve your success faster than you can ever do for yourself. Decide on what you want, find someone who already did it and ask him to help you!