The Science Behind the Law of Attraction

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How Does The Law of Attraction Work Scientifically?

If you have been reading about the Law of Attraction, you must have started to wonder: How does the Law of Attraction work scientifically? Can this be explained by physics? Or, for neuroscience, for example?

While the principles behind manifestation are likely to resonate with you on an intuitive level, it's only natural that a more logical part of your mind would be interested in understanding how the Law of Attraction works scientifically.

Today we want to share with you the theoretical foundations of the Law of attraction!

All of this can be easily investigated if something piques your curiosity.

How do we inherit the limiting beliefs that hold us back?

By asking the question "How does the Law of Attraction work scientifically?" it is important to first look at basic biology and genetics. It is in this area that we can begin to see why we often don't get what we want at first, even when we don't know why and think we are doing the best we can.

In particular, the latest genetic research indicates that we actually inherit certain negative beliefs and associations from previous generations. This is an irreproachable fact that can harm us until we discover it.

The most exciting and suggestive experiments on this phenomenon were carried out with mice and cherry blossoms.

When mice are shocked at the same time they smell cherry blossoms, the resulting negative association is so significant that it is passed on to offspring.

These children then react with fear to the cherry blossom, even though they themselves have never had a single negative experience.

The images of their brains show that they actually have different neurological receptors. This is all because of something that happened to your parents.

This is the science that gives us one of the main starting points for manifestation (ie, the identification and excision of inherited limiting beliefs).

The importance of mirror neurons

One of the other important lessons from the science of manifestation is that vibrating at a high frequency and becoming a loving and open-minded person will attract good things from the world around you.

Science really has a lot to say about why this approach is successful.

We have specific neurons that reflect observed behaviors. These mirror neurons allow us to induce specific responses in the people with whom we interact.

Therefore, if you are cheerful, passionate, and generous, the people around you will offer the same attitudes and behaviors in response. They just can't help it!

In addition, brain MRIs also indicate that mirror neurons make other people anxious and fearful if we feel anxious or fearful.

This helps provide a scientific explanation for why a low vibration of fear and lack prevents us from forming good relationships and successful careers (even though we think we desperately want those things).

Neurologists Begin to Explain the Power of Visualization

Law of Attraction experts often stresses the importance of the creative visualization process through which you vividly imagine the life you are trying to manifest.

Scientifically, the Law of Attraction works, at least in part, due to this very process, and neuroscientists working at the Wellcome Trust Neuroimaging Center in London are finding proof.

Specifically, they are seeing that those who visualize what they want are much more likely to get it. Look for more research in this area in the coming years, as neuroimaging studies continue to find new information about how visualization changes the brain.

Why psychologists and psychiatrists prescribe affirmations

Just as neuroscientists are generating evidence that visualization helps you create what you want in life, the psychological sciences are finding that their patients can use affirmations to the same effect.

The affirmations you practice when working with the Law of Attraction are “repetitive constructive thoughts”. This is exactly what academics and practicing psychologists suggest when it comes to increasing your chances of achieving a goal you've set for yourself.

Recently published psychology studies show that affirmations also help people recover from trauma, reduce key symptoms of depression, and even appear to be linked to overall physical well-being.

Support for general medical science

Finally, as suggested above, much of using the Law of Attraction involves adopting positive thought patterns that then "attract" more positive experiences, feelings, and events to you.

As a result, there is strong scientific support for this. This is true not only in highly specialized fields but also in research that aims to provide an overview of what constitutes a fulfilling life.

For example, a team of Korean scientists published findings in the Yonsei Medical Journal showing that people who practice habits that promote the reliability of positive thinking have more fulfilling lives.

The above is just a brief summary of some of the many cutting-edge data collection and research projects that help lend credence to what protest experts have always known; that the Law of Attraction works and that the real reasons it works have much more to do with science than religious or mystical claims.

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