You can and you will manifest your dream job with the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction states that everything we focus on becomes our reality. You’ve heard the expression “thoughts turn into things.” We say it all the time to remind ourselves to watch our words. So much has been written and discussed the power of thought that many of us now use the principles of attraction daily.
Although we may not realize it, our thoughts and energies do rule our lives. This is something that becomes apparent rather quickly: if we are negative and feeling depressed, negative things seem to come our way. The same goes for the correlation between positive thoughts and positive experiences. We are constantly manifesting ourselves whether we want to or not, so we better learn to use it to our advantage.
Because I have used the law to manifest so many things in my life, I have now begun to integrate the principles into my work with job applicants. It’s amazing how different job hunting is when applicants use their thoughts as the project manager of their process. Positive and enthusiastic job seekers believe from the bottom of their hearts that the opportunities are endless and that they can attract whatever they need.
Believing that you can have what you want and then focusing your energy and thoughts on those things is a basic exercise in the Law of Attraction. Here are some things you can do if you want to incorporate the Law of Attraction into your search and speed up the process of attracting what you want.
1. Be clear about what you want
The first step in manifesting a new job is to clarify what you want and why you want it. Be specific about the type of job title you are trying to manifest and why you want it. Your intention behind the wish is important.
To help you be clear about what you want, answer the following questions:
• What are my talents?
• What gifts do I have to share with the world?
• Would it make me happy to share my gifts with the world?
• How can I monetize my natural gifts and talents?
• Do I want to be employed by someone or do I want to be self-employed?
• What would a perfect day at work look like?
• How important is money to me?
• What would I do with my life if money was not a factor?
• What are my expectations for a job?
2. Visualize what you want
Visualize your new office, your coworkers, your clients, your projects, anything that helps you have the feeling of being in that new job. To help you see what you want when visualizing, you can create a Pinterest board for all the things you are going to buy with the money you will earn.
If you practice visualizing that you already have the job you want when you go to apply during the interview, they will feel something, they will feel the positive energy coming from you and they will feel that you are the right person for the job.
The energy of our heart travels much further than we originally thought and it is perceived by other people, especially when you are in the same room. When I was younger, I found the job I wanted and visualized before feeling and knowing that I already had the job. On my way, I knew that I was going to leave the place with work.
3. Mind Your Speech
Watch how you talk every day if you want to manifest your dream job with the Law of Attraction. If you find yourself frequently talking about how bad the economy is or how difficult it is to find a job, then this is an indication of the limiting beliefs you have that are likely affecting your alignment with finding that perfect job.
While education, experience, and opportunity are necessary attributes that can get you an interview, they won’t necessarily get you hired. It’s your mindset, attitude, and self-confidence or worth that will get you the position.
Affirmations are positive statements that you repeat out loud daily to change the way you think. They are used by 99 percent of the people who have achieved their dream career and you, too, can achieve your dream career using them.
Pay attention to her words for the next few days. If you find yourself saying a lot of negative things like this, try to stop and then change those thoughts to “I know the economy is improving. Markets go down sometimes, but they always go up again” or “I know I am doing a great job finding my perfect job, and I know I’ll find it soon. “