This post is not about how to get rich. But rather, is an observation of how lucky people seem to attract more luck. And, how people who already have heaps of money, tend to attract more wealth and the role the Law of Attraction plays in these remarkable cases.
At some point in your life, you might have heard something about the success stories of the rich and powerful. Every year, magazines and publications such as Forbes run the list of the world’s top billionaires. Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffett, and Elon Musk’s names tend to pop up next to impressive numbers.
As human beings, we follow these stories with disbelief in a certain degree of admiration, because, deep down, we constantly think about the best ways to acquire wealth. We strive to do better things, improve our status in the world, and yes, get richer. At some point in our lives, we are told that the key to economic success is hard work. “It’s simple arithmetic”, said author T. Harv Eker “your income can grow only to the extent that you do”.
Yet, some people spend most of their lives working hard without moving up the ladder. By contrast, those who are already wealthy keep getting wealthier. Why does this happen? The Law of Attraction attempts to explain this phenomenon. According to this “universal law”, like attracts like. For instance, if you focus on positive thoughts, positive things will happen to you. Similarly, if you focus on the negative, bad things will happen to you. This means that, if you think positively about wealth, chances are you will attract wealth to your life. Sounds unbelievable? Then, keep reading below!
The Law of Attraction: The Secret of the Millionaire’s Mindset
The concept of the Law of Attraction or LoA became part of our collective consciousness with the release of the 2006 film The Secret. Skeptics and supporters were quick to dismiss or embrace the tenets of the law, creating much debate. It cannot be denied that the LoA is a synonym of mysticism and fraud. But, in fact, there is nothing mystic about it. From a psychological perspective, the LoA has something to do with our mindset; how we perceive the world around us. For instance, if you believe that you have the power to influence your surroundings, you’ll be likely to work hard towards ensuring positive change. This is just one of the many ways the Law of Attraction works. Below, you will find 3 factors (supported by scientific evidence) that link the Law of Attraction with the mindset of the rich.
1. We get better at what we practice
In short, if you are used to the feeling of being prosperous, your brain will encourage you to use the same behaviors, again and again, to maintain your environment because it feels good and comfortable. You will act rich and feel rich, and recognize circumstances and activities that will make you affluent. You are in the habit of being rich and that is what you know. Your brain and character will try to model your environment into a pattern you recognize and thrive within.
Seems really simple, but is it? Being rich is a habit. But the acts and practices of habituation follow a distinctive neural process. The process is complex and draws on a set of environmental experiences, learned behaviors, and practices that promote the modeling of your environment to remain familiar, or re-creating that familiarity.
Sometimes, it is a matter of other people’s perceptions as well. If someone behaves in a manner typical of the well-heeled, people will react to them as if they are wealthy. This only reinforces that belief and behavior in the fortunately endowed, and lo and behold, they will bring more of that to themselves by identifying and supporting the behavior that “earns” it. And those habits, which in part have been learned in the affluent world they belong to, will recreate that world as far as possible. It also helps to reinforce that tradition by being in an environment that is homogenous and familiar by seeing it around you and experiencing it often.
2. Recurrent Networks
Recurrent networks don’t refer to the affluent rubbing shoulders with each other (though that’s generally true). Rather, they refer to the mechanism of that axiom. A not clearly understood neural phenomenon called synaptic plasticity suggests that what we do and reinforce (habits) changes our brain structure in a way that makes those habits strengthen themselves.
The plastic character of brain synapses is considered to be one of the foundations for the formation of memories. It encodes spatiotemporal information in the synaptic weight as it associates a learned input with a specific response. We introduce a correlation measure to evaluate the precision of the spiking patterns and explore the effects of different inhibitory interactions and learning parameters. We find that large learning periods are important in order to improve the network learning capacity and discuss this ability in the presence of distinct inhibitory currents.
3. Old habits are hard to break
Top athletes and musicians know this well. Practice, practice, practice, and surround yourself with contemporaries who have similar habits. Maintain your good habits to keep feeling good about yourself and your environment.
In a study by researchers from the University of Cambridge, on goal-directed decision-making, researchers noted that “behavioral and neuroscientific data on reward-based decision-making point to a fundamental distinction between habitual and goal-directed action selection. The formation of habits, which requires simple updating of cached values, has been studied in great detail, and the reward prediction error theory of dopamine function has enjoyed prominent success in accounting for its neural bases.”
How Synctuition Can Help you Make the Law of Attraction Finally Work
What the above shows us is that, as human beings, we will go to great lengths to keep our world good and comfortable for us. So, being rich doesn’t depend merely on luck, but it is also a habit; a habit that has been reinforced with time. Millionaires who believe they will always succeed, no matter the obstacles, will likely condition their actions and environment to achieve what they desire. In other words, they have mastered the Law of Attraction to keep themselves on top.
The Synctuition program has been specially designed to make the Law of Attraction finally work for you. When you listen to our audio journeys, you will enter a deep, relaxing state. In this state, the stressful and pessimistic thoughts that would normally block the LoA will be silenced. Instead, you will experience clarity of mind, deep relaxation, and a positivity boost – the perfect mindset to attract success or anything you envision for yourself.
The more you listen to Synctuition, the more you will develop the kind of mindful awareness that helps you identify your bad habits and inner self-critic. If you would like to charge your thoughts with positivity and attract the kind of success you wish, give an ear to Synctuition’s The Law of Attraction sound journey.