Enthusiasts of the Law of Attraction appeal to a broad range of disciplines to explain and support the intuitive principles they believe.
For example, research in different disciplines like psychology, neuroscience, philosophy and evolutionary biology can shine more light in their various dimensions for a better understanding of how the Law of Attraction works.
Like I said in my previous post, I'm not writing for or against the Law of attraction. We are making a review of this fact or theory. At the end of this series you can discern and know whether it works or doesn't work for you.
Here are some of the most exciting things to know about the science of the Law of Attraction.
Scientific Facts About The Law of Attraction.
The Platonic Roots Of The Law Of Attraction
The famous Greek philosopher Plato stated that “likes tend towards likes”. As far back as 391 BC. It is obvious that this is extremely statement is very close to the slogan “like attracts like”. Which is the key message of the Law of Attraction.
The Power Of Positive Thinking As A Means To Boost Manifestation
One outstanding example of scientific backing for the Law of Attraction is in the Yonsei Medical Journal in the year 2007.
Korean researchers Ji Young Jung et al acclaimed that there was a strong correlation between positive thinking and an all-around life satisfaction in the population. Which reflects the attitude of scholars who recommend positive thinking exercises as a means to push manifestation potential.
According to the authors of the medical journal article,
“these findings offer promise of positive thinking as an approach for psychological interventions designed to promote life satisfaction.”
Neurologists Believe Of How Visualization Creates A Better Future
According to the discovery made by scientists working at the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at the Institute of Neurology based in London, people who visualize a better future likely have the ability to bring that future into existence.
I mean this is just what the Law of Attraction is all about. It says that daily, vivid mental picture of a better life attracts that life towards us. In the broadcast documenting their findings, the neurologists wrote:
“The ability to construct a hypothetical scenario in one’s imagination prior to it actually occurring may afford greater accuracy in predicting its eventual outcome.”
** Psychologists Support The Use Of Affirmations
Affirmations— which is another key tool in your Law of Attraction are also very supported in the psychological literature.
For instance, a researcher at the University of Exeter has published on constructive repetitive thought. They discovered that people who consistently tell themselves that they can achieve a goal, are more likely to secure a positive outcome.
Affirmations is a means to help with recovery from trauma, improves anticipatory planning, helps with depression, and enhances physical health.
Mirror Neurons Help To Explain The Spread Of Good Vibrations.
A major aspect of the Law of Attraction is being open, learn how to be an open if you are not. The way in which we spread positive attitudes toward other people and in turn attract kindness, success and generosity, which can be somewhat explained with reference to mirror neurons—neurons that “mirror” the behavior we regard. If you reflect positivity, you will get same, if you reflect otherwise, you'll get rewarded accordingly. this same response is mirrored in the brain of the observer.
Meanwhile, studies on the amygdala (the brain’s emotional center) has shown that we induce feelings of anxiety and fear in others if we ourselves are fearful or anxious!
It is further evidence to explain the Law of Attraction theorist’s claim that negative thinking can prevent success, well-being, love and human connection.