How to Attract Positive Friendships with The Law of Attraction

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Attract Positive Friendships to Your Life

People who have a lot of friends are attracted to other people because of their way of thinking.

It emits positive vibrations of openness and receptivity, which open the door to friendship.

However, it's easy to unintentionally generate negative vibes if you're alone.

Once you feel like meeting new people is hard, it actually becomes harder because you put up emotional barriers that keep new potential friendships at bay.

You can attract a company with positive thoughts, and in this article, we will show you how you can do it.

Why loneliness can create negative thoughts?

There may be a number of practical reasons why you are not making as many new friends as you would like. You may be so busy with work or family responsibilities that you have little time to socialize.

Alternatively, you can follow a similar routine every day and rarely meet new faces.

However, paradoxically, the need to be close to others can create separation. The more disconnection you imagine going on, the greater the distance between you and your potential friends.

Soon, you begin to compare your social life with that of others and think that you fall short.

You then start a downward spiral of negativity by producing thoughts about how unpleasant or unapproachable you must be to people.

By attracting what you put your emotional focus on, you move closer to disconnection. So, learn to cultivate a positive mindset.

Why positive thoughts magnetize friendships

No doubt you have met people who you can describe as rays of sunshine. These people are easy to get along with and exude warmth.

Everyone likes to be around them and wants to be their friend. Positive thoughts are the main ingredients that give sun people an attractive glow.

You don't have to smile and be bright and cheerful all the time if it doesn't suit you. However, if you allow thoughts like "I'm socially inept" and "I just don't like it" to linger, your entire person will reflect your negative emotional state.

Far from sunny, you'll be gloomy, and instead of emanating a warm glow, you'll be sending out cool vibes.

People who can be described as cold are often aloof because they are defensive and afraid they won't like you. They think they need to maintain the friendship to avoid rejection. As a result, they push people away, when deep down they want to be close.

Attract friendship with visualization

Ask your inner being to be specific about what you want. Instead of using the term "friendship" to describe your needs, use precise words. For example, maybe you want someone trustworthy, and understanding for your new partner.

Alternatively, perhaps you are looking for a friend who shares your interests and will join you in enjoyable activities. Write a list of the qualities you want to see in a new partner.

Being specific about your needs will help create a boost of good feelings. By thinking about the qualities you want in a friend, you will automatically inject positive emotions into your need.

You can enhance the process by visualizing yourself deliberately appreciating the qualities of the person you want to meet.

For example, you can imagine talking to him or her on the phone, and making social arrangements, while the individual behaves thoughtfully. Imagine what you would say and how you would feel when you enthusiastically make plans.

Let your thoughts create a new behavior

As your thoughts become more positive by using visualization to attract friendship, you will begin to open your heart. You will feel willing and even eager to interact with people.

Your intuition might lead you to talk to a friendly-looking stranger who is waiting in line next to you.

Alternatively, you may feel the need to attend an evening class or go to other places where you can meet people. Listen to your heart as it may ask you to take action to help you attract what you want.

Fight against negative thinking

Even if you are more open to meeting people than before, you may still find thoughts that hold you back. Negative thoughts will encourage you not to make new friends, giving you excuses that prevent you from making that effort.

A part of you doesn't want to be in a vulnerable situation where rejection is a possibility.

Letting go of old fears can take time, so be patient. When thoughts like “I don't have time to socialize” and “No one wants to talk to me” arise, acknowledge their existence but gently correct them.

Calm your inner self with kind and encouraging words like "I can make time to socialize" and "People will be happy to talk to me."

What do you like about yourself?

There may be things you don't like about yourself that you have focused on. Change your perception turning your thoughts into what you like. Write a list of your positive qualities. Do not be ashamed to extol your virtues; let them rip

Write as if you were a wonderful friend who loves and admires you. By the way, one of the best ways to win such a friend is by being yourself.

Be your best friend

If you want people to respect and appreciate you, respect and value yourself. In fact, once you start treating yourself the way you want to be treated, you will find that you create the right frequency to attract similar behavior from others.

In effect, it will generate the reality that you desire and it will be reflected in you.

After all, isn't that what is already happening? You created the reality that you are now experiencing.

Occasionally people are advised to use positive thinking to improve their lives, but the concept is so simple they miss the point. They cannot imagine that getting what they want can be easy.

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