Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for * LOA logo2.jpgThis is post 130 in my series on the Law of Attraction in Action. I’m dedicating this post to the people of Japan and all the tragedies they’re encountering. On Friday I had a post about Prayers for Japan and got a big response. I’ve been thinking a lot about how we can help more. Then it hit me. The Law of Attraction is a powerful tool for attracting good. We must all use it to help Japan!!!!

The main focus on the news is all the horrible events going on in Japan. While it’s good to stay abreast of the news, last night I realized I couldn’t watch one more replay of the tsunami or overview of the devastation. It put me into a negative mindset, which helps attract more negatives. I’ve used the Law of Attraction for greater good many times. Thinking positive attracts positives. The law of Attraction can be harnessed to change situations.

Think about how powerful it can be if all of use used the Law of Attraction to help Japan!

I’ve used the LOA by asking for miracles in my own situations when things looked bleak. I’m now calling on everyone to use your spiritual power to send miracles to Japan. God wants us to ask for miracles so let’s ALL of us ask for miracles for what’s going on in Japan. I’ve already begun by thanking God for a miracle with the nuclear disasters that are happening. If we can spread the word to as many people as possible, we can make a difference on a spiritual level that can translate into miracles for the welfare of the Japanese people.

Please do this and spread the word. Here are some guidelines for using the Law of Attraction to help Japan:

•    Make sure you don’t use any negative words in your thoughts about Japan. Every time you say them, they’re reinforced in the Universe. Consciously state your expectations for a miracle using positive words. Instead of “Let Japan get past this tragedy,” say “I expect circumstances in Japan to get better and the country to heal and recover.” Instead of “I want the nuclear radiation to stop spreading,” say, “I expect scientists to contain the radiation and for the people to remain healthy.”

•    Literally tell God that you know He wants you to ask for miracles and you’re asking for a big one to help Japan recover quickly and find many more survivors. Ask for containment of the radiation, finding lots more survivors, for things to settle down, etc. I ask for it all because I know there are no limits in what we can ask for and attract with our thoughts. the more we ask the more we’ll get for Japan!

•   Affirm positively for all the things they need to happen in Japan. “Good news is coming from Japan!” “The radiation has been contained.” “People are finding loved ones alive.” Remember, use only positive words when you affirm!

•    Say “thank you” in advance of all of this happening. When you give thanks for something you haven’t seen yet, you tell the Universe that you know what you want is already in the works. That can help attract it!

We have enormous power in our hands. If one person can make a difference with their thoughts and request to God for miracles, think about what a difference we can make if we all use the Law of Attraction and God’s support. PLEASE JOIN ME IN ASKING FOR MIRACLES AND AFFIRMING FOR BETTER THINGS TO COME IN JAPAN. Stop focusing on what happened and put your thoughts and energy into what can happen if we do this together!!

Please forward the link to this post to as many people as you can. Together we can send the people of Japan a huge wave of the most effective spiritual support possible. Thoughts create reality. Ask and ye shall receive! Let’s join together for an international movement to send loud thoughts of healing, hope and recovery to the people of Japan. ALL POSITIVE! God bless you for reading and sharing this call with others!

See all the posts in my Law of Attraction in Action Series HERE.

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