A New Way to Approach The Law of Attraction

The law of attraction is a popular topic often discussed in self-improvement circles. However, many people don’t understand how to use LOA in a way specific to their unique personality type.

The LOA is often presented as a simple solution for attracting the things we want.

The law of attraction is the belief that people can bring positive or negative experiences into their lives by focusing on positive or negative thoughts. The belief is based on the idea that people and their thoughts are made from “pure energy” and that through the process of “like attracts like,” this energy can be manipulated to produce specific results.

So, if you want to attract more positive experiences into your life, you need to start thinking more positive thoughts. And if you want to attract more negative experiences into your life, you need to start thinking more negative thoughts. It’s as simple as that. Of course, it’s not always that easy. 

Many people find that it doesn’t seem to work for them. The reason for this is that the LOA is highly individualized. What works for one person may not work for another due to differences in personality and life experience. Life can be complicated, and our thoughts can be very powerful. As well as we are complex beings comprised of different ways of processing and handling certain situations in our personalities.

For example, some people are natural “avoiders” who tend to shy away from change. Others are “suppressors” who have a hard time acknowledging their desires. And still, others are “sensitizers” who are highly attuned to their emotions and needs. Each of these personality types requires a different approach to using the law of attraction. Simply put, there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

However, by understanding your unique personality type, you can tailor the law of interest to your specific needs and find success.

 

There are four personality types with healing tendencies: the avoided, the suppressor, the sensitizer, and the balanced.

The avoider tends to shy away from change and prefers to stick with what is familiar. They may avoid dealing with their problems or try to bury their feelings deep down inside.

The suppressor is someone who has a hard time acknowledging their desires or needs. They may be very critical of themselves and others and may have a lot of difficulties expressing their feelings.

The sensitizer is someone who is highly attuned to their emotions and needs. They often feel overwhelmed by their feelings and may have difficulty distinguishing between their emotions and thoughts.

The balanced personality type has a healthy balance of both the avoider and sensitizer qualities. They can acknowledge their feelings and needs, but they also can take action and make changes in their lives.

The Myers-Briggs personality test is one of the most popular personality assessments in the world, and for a good reason. The test can help you determine your strengths and weaknesses and how you interact with others.

1. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality test used to determine an individual’s personality type.

2. The MBTI consists of four different dichotomies, each representing a different aspect of personality.

3. The four dichotomies are:

  • Extraversion vs. Introversion
  • Sensing vs. Intuition
  • Thinking vs. Feeling
  • Judging vs. Perceiving

Introverted Sensing (IS) – IS types are practical and down-to-earth. They like to live in the present moment and focus on concrete details rather than abstract concepts. When using the law of attraction, IS types should focus on what they want to achieve in the here and now. What steps can they take today to move closer to their goal? IS types should also be sure to visualize their goals in as much detail as possible to better see how to make them a reality.

Extroverted Thinking (ET) – ET types are logical and analytical. They like to plan everything out in advance and clearly understand what they want before they start taking action. Therefore, when using the law of attraction, ET types should create a step-by-step plan for manifesting their desires. What exactly do they want to achieve? What steps do they need to take to make it happen? With a clear plan, ET types can stay focused on their goals and avoid getting sidetracked.

Introverted Feeling (IF) – IF types are compassionate and empathetic. They care about making a difference in the world and often put the needs of others above their own. Suppose classes should focus on how their goals will benefit others when using the law of attraction. What difference will achieving their goals make in the lives of those around them? IF types should also be sure to express gratitude for what they already have, even if it isn’t exactly what they want.

Extroverted Intuition (EI) – EI types are creative and imaginative. They like to think outside the box and always look for new and innovative ways to do things. When using the law of attraction, EI types should focus on their creative vision for their desired outcome. What does this look like? How does it feel? EI types should also be open to new possibilities and willing to take risks to make their dreams a reality.

4. Each individual falls somewhere on the four dichotomies, and each combination of preferences results in a different personality type.

5. The MBTI can determine 16 different personality types, and each style has its strengths and weaknesses.

6. One’s personality type can be used to determine how best to manifest one’s desires.

7. Individuals who prefer extraversion are more likely to manifest their desires through action. In contrast, those who prefer introversion are more likely to manifest their desires through visualization and meditation.

8. Individuals who prefer sensing are more likely to manifest their desires through concrete means, while those who prefer intuition are more likely to manifest their desires through creative means.

9. Individuals who prefer thinking are more likely to manifest their desires through logic and planning. In contrast, those who prefer feeling are more likely to manifest their desires through emotion and faith.

10. Individuals who prefer judging are more likely to manifest their desires through taking decisive action, while those who prefer perceiving are more likely to manifest their desires by going with the flow and being open to new opportunities

No matter what your personality type is, there’s a way for you to use the law of attraction effectively. So whether it’s focusing on self-love or enjoying the process, find a method that works for you and stick with it. With enough practice, manifestation will become second nature—and achieving your goals will be easier than ever.

Helping Humans Human.

Intuitive Mentor. Irreverent. Mindset Maverick.

I am the founder of a non-profit venture and a long-time entrepreneur. My number one focus is to help humans human in a candid, heartfelt way. I’m not a mindset or spiritual teacher; I want to help you out of the box, not put you inside another.

I specialize in emotions tied to the feelings of our inner selves, the key to creating and maintaining happiness. I am passionate about helping women and men tune into their inner being and live a life they love.

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