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Five Steps to Building Lasting Friendships Using the Law of Attraction

Five Steps to Building Lasting Friendships Using the Law of Attraction

Friendship is important to everyone, but many of us have a hard time building lasting friendships with others. By using the Law of Attraction you may find that building these last friends are easier and that making trustworthy friends happens more and more often.

The first step in building thinking friendships, using the law of attraction, is to work on your own self-confidence. To attract the kinds of friends you want in your life, the kind who will build you up, instead of dragging you down, you have to believe that you deserve those types of friends. With confidence in yourself more and more people will want to seek out your friendship.

The second step in building thinking friendships, using the law of attraction, is to be a good friend to the ones you already have. This means being a good listener when your friends need one. Giving them positive advice and empathy when they are having a hard time is also important. The most important part of this step is empowering those around you with your positive feelings.

The third step in building thinking friendships, using the law of attraction, is to let go of your fears. After gaining self confidence, your fears should already be somewhat less than before, but you must continue to grow. You must learn to release yourself from fears of rejection and fears of abandonment. If you believe you'll be rejected, then you will be. If you believe you'll be abandoned, you will be. So instead of holding onto these fears, release them.

The fourth step in building thinking friendships, using the law of attraction, is changing your beliefs about friendship. Ask yourself why you believe you do not have friends, why some people do not like you, and what you can expect from your friends. Then, take your answers and replace those old negative beliefs with new positive affirmations. Recite your positive affirmations over and over again, until you believe them.

The fifth step in building thinking friendships, using the law of attraction, is to visualize yourself surrounded by the kinds of friends you want to have. Make sure that you visualize all the details. How do your new friends dress, act, think, talk, and believe? As you visualize these new friends, allow yourself to feel all the good feelings associated with having many friends. Especially focus on those feelings of gratitude associated with having so many friends.

If you follow these five steps to building lasting friendships using the law of attraction, I am sure that you'll begin to see how many friends you have to be grateful for. Once you've gained your confidence and let go of your fears and negative beliefs, beginning new friendships will be easier than ever before. Once you've become a better friend yourself more and more interesting and fun people will be drawn to you. Visualizing your successful new relationships with friends will not only make you feel more thankful, but it will draw more friends to you.

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