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Understanding the Law of Attraction: The Mirror Effect or The Law of Reflection

May 1, 2017
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The Mirror Effect

Mirror, mirror, on the wall.

When negativity is thrown at us from every direction, it’s rather difficult to align our vibration to that of our desires. Today, I want to talk about a concept that could help many discern why it is that they’re experiencing difficulties and hardships on their manifestation journeys.

This concept could help in the face of adversity, low frequency, and failure. Understanding this concept will be good for anyone who has had  a streak of bad luck and is asking themselves, “Why me? Why is this happening? I follow the Law of Attraction, I try to be positive, I do what I can, but bad things keep happening to me!”

The Mirror Effect could very possibly be an explanation for that. Before I get into it, I want to explain that you have to be careful with mirroring. Because it is an ego-centric perspective of life, it could actually do more harm than good, and make you feel guilt or shame. Because of that, I don’t really advise to go any further into mirroring other than what I tell you here today, which will help you in time of difficulty.

“Mirroring” basically holds that how you see things inwardly, reflects outwardly and that all reality is a perception of your inner self.

“Mirroring” basically holds that how you see things inwardly, reflects outwardly and that all reality is a perception of your inner self.

Picture yourself looking into a mirror. On one side is you, free will and individuality, and on the other side is a soul which is receptive to reflections.

Our reality reflects our thoughts back to us just as we sent them out – meaning, for example, the way people behave towards you, the things that happen to you, your luck or your failure, all originated within you.

cat mirror effect law of attractionEverything happens first inside of us, then manifests outside of us.

That is not to say that you have created all the bad in your life. That isn’t true for most people, unless you are a decidedly negative person who refuses to open their heart up to even the possibility of happiness.

It just means that you can look at the bad in your life and instead of feeling terrible about it, you can start analyzing it as a lesson. The best concept of mirroring is that your biggest enemy, could be your greatest teacher.

Everything happens first inside of us, then manifests outside of us.

Mirroring is so powerful, and in my own life has helped me through difficult situations time and time again. Something bad will happen  and I will think for a split second – “Why? What have I done to deserve this?” Before switching from a victim mentality to that of an observer. I then try to mull over how I reflected this negative experience into my life.

When I can pinpoint it, I can fix it. When I can’t, I make more of an effort to be a better person, to give my best, to be honest and loyal. There is nothing to be afraid of with mirroring when you look at it as a way of becoming a better version of yourself.

When I can pinpoint it, I can fix it.

Remember, you don’t have one tiny bad thought and then ruin your entire life. It doesn’t work like that – fleeting thoughts won’t affect you, they are nearly powerless. But what you think about and believe inwardly, day in and day out, will in time externalize and affect you in real life.

So be good to people, smile a lot, give your whole heart, and basically – do unto others, and the universe, as you would like done to you. Because it will in time, reflect in your affairs.

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  • Reply Wesley May 3, 2017 at 3:52 AM

    I love this ! lol but I never heard of it as “Mirroring” lol I like it ! I’ve always heard it as “Projecting”. Like imagine your physical body as a projector . What is inside of you projects into the reality like a movie projector . And so basically your life becomes your own movie. But don’t forget . YOU ARE THE DIRECTOR

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