And not only do we generally prefer and choose to be with people who are similar to us, but we go as far as to dislike those who have different attitudes from us (Rosenbaum, 1986). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72, 592-603.
Believe it or not, the Law of Attraction isn’t a complicated magic ritual that requires initiation into an ancient, mystery school or secret order. Not believing in the law of gravity is not important — stuff will still fall and may break upon landing.
In fact, the Law of Attraction is a simple and unchanging universal principle. Toss a penny from your roof, it lands on the ground. But, believing in the law of gravity allows you to predict and expect what will happen. Things within our universe have a tendency to migrate toward other like things.
We’re using the word “things” here because this law encompasses thoughts, feelings, people, objects and everything else in our universe. Believing it’s true or untrue doesn’t change anything. However, if you believe it and get in tune with it, you can start predicting and expecting what happens to you, for you.
She’s not the only famously successful person to use the system either.
Will Smith, Jim Carrey and Arnold Schwarzenegger among others have all practiced working with the Law of Attraction and found great success because of it.