Point of Attraction (Topic)

This is an overview of articles and posts on the topic of “point of attraction”. Categories include “Law of Attraction and the Point of Attraction”, “How to Improve Your Point of Attraction”, and “Language and the Point of Attraction”

KEYWORDS: Abraham-Hicks, action, attraction, emotions, language, Law of Attraction, LOA, manifestations, point of attraction, thoughts, words.

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Point of attraction is a phrase that is used extensively in the Abraham-Hicks books and workshops. And although only two of their books contain a general index, the term “point of attraction” can be found in all of their six major books (see references below).

The text below points to all the main articles and posts that contain substantial information about the phrase “point of attraction”.

A. THE ARTICLES

  1. It Is Always Possible to Improve Your Emotional Point of Attraction: Regardless of where you are emotionally at, you can always improve your point of attraction.
  2. Designing My Day: Segment Intending and the Law of Attraction: How does the Segment Intending process of Abraham-Hicks work? And what do I need to do to make it work for me?
  3. Concept-Switching: Fine-Tuning Our Language for Better Manifestations: The focus is on “fine-tuning” our language. Using better words and phrases, we can give ourselves a better point of attraction.
  4. What Is the 17-Second Rule that Abraham-Hicks Talks About? Here I talk about the famous 17-second (68-second) rule of Abraham-Hicks that is at the core of the Law of Attraction.
  5. True Positivity, Not Superficial Positivity, Is the Way to a Better Life: How can we distinguish “superficial” positivity and “true” positivity, in ourselves, and in others?
  6. Thoughts and the “Point of Attraction”: What is “a point of attraction”? And what does it have to do with me and my life?
  7. Turn Thy Cheek: Ignoring Negative Experiences for Quicker Manifestations: If we are to succeed with the Law of Attraction, we must learn to avoid focusing on negative circumstances and experiences.
  8. Book Review – The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra: This is a book review of Deepak Chopra’s “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success”.

B. THE IDEAS

In my own writings, the phrase “point of attraction” is mainly connected to the following points:

  • Action and the Point of Attraction
  • Emotions and the Point of Attraction
  • How to Improve Your Point of Attraction
  • How Not to Worsen Your Point of Attraction
  • Language and the Point of Attraction
  • Law of Attraction and the Point of Attraction
  • Manifestations and the Point of Attraction
  • Thoughts and the Point of Attraction

For each of these ideas, I will below list all those articles (blog posts, book reviews, Dear Chris posts, etc.) that discuss it.

For each article I will also “index” it, by concisely describing what I said in that article, in relation to that particular point.

Action and the Point of Attraction

  1. Action is not the cause of our future state of affairs (as Deepak Chopra wants us to believe). See: Book Review: The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra.
  2. Rather, the cause of our future state of affairs (i.e. what we manifest in the world around us) is our point of attraction, which is the result of our own activated thoughts. See: Book Review: The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra.

Emotions and the Point of Attraction

  1. The more we can improve our point of attraction (or we might say, vibrational frequency), the more optimistic, happy, and energized we will be. See: It Is Always Possible to Improve Your Emotional Point of Attraction.
  2. If the emotional distance, from our own (less positive) point of attraction to their (more positive) point of attraction, is too great, we might not be able to bridge that gap, at least not immediately. See: It Is Always Possible to Improve Your Emotional Point of Attraction.
  3. Our emotions are our speedometer: they tell us about how high or low our own point of attraction is, at this very moment. See: Designing My Day: Segment Intending and the Law of Attraction.

How to Improve Your Point of Attraction

  1. By replacing words and phrases (using concept-switching), we can improve our point of attraction and our real-world manifestations. See: Concept-Switching: Fine-Tuning Our Language for Better Manifestations.
  2. To move your point of attraction is not always easy. See: It Is Always Possible to Improve Your Emotional Point of Attraction.
  3. Wherever you are, in terms of your point of attraction, you can always improve it (if you know how to do it). See: It Is Always Possible to Improve Your Emotional Point of Attraction.

How Not to Worsen Your Point of Attraction

  1. Avoiding a certain thought if it does not feel good is necessary not to worsen your point of attraction. And it is a first step towards improving your point of attraction. See: Concept-Switching: Fine-Tuning Our Language for Better Manifestations.
  2. We must stop reactivating scary memories and other worrisome scenarios, in order not to worsen our point of attraction. When we do that, those negative vibrations that are associated with those stories will gradually dissipate, thus interfering less and less with our point of attraction. See: What Is the 17-Second Rule that Abraham-Hicks Talks About?

Language and the Point of Attraction

  1. Words themselves are not connected to the point of attraction. And they are not a good measure of how “true” your positivity is. See: True Positivity, Not Superficial Positivity, Is the Way to a Better Life.
  2. We can improve our point of attraction by using the concept-switching technique, in which we swap certain “bad” words and phrases for others that are more positive. See: Concept-Switching: Fine-Tuning Our Language for Better Manifestations.

Law of Attraction and the Point of Attraction

  1. The point of attraction is the vibration that the Law of Attraction acts on. See: Book Review: The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success by Deepak Chopra.
  2. The point of attraction is a very important concept for a student of the Law of Attraction. For it is one of the most fundamental building blocks of the Law of Attraction. See: Thoughts and the “Point of Attraction”.
  3. If your current emotional point of attraction is too negative, the Law of Attraction will only boomerang back similarly negative thoughts and ideas. See: It Is Always Possible to Improve Your Emotional Point of Attraction.
  4. All students of the Law of Attraction are doing the same thing: they are gradually, step by step, shifting their point of attraction to (slowly) become more and more positive. See: It Is Always Possible to Improve Your Emotional Point of Attraction.
  5. This is important, because our point of attraction is that vibration that the Law of Attraction is “listening” to, after which it then sends back to us similar vibrations. See: Designing My Day: Segment Intending and the Law of Attraction.

Manifestations and the Point of Attraction

  1. By learning more about what the point of attraction is, and how we can improve it, we may end up as more competent deliberate creators, and thereby be able to realize more pleasing manifestations. See: Thoughts and the “Point of Attraction”.
  2. If you focus your attention on what-is, as most people do, you will “cement” or “ossify” your vibration (i.e. your point of attraction), making it next to impossible for you to manifest what you want to manifest. See: Turn Thy Cheek: Ignoring Negative Experiences for Quicker Manifestations.

Thoughts and the Point of Attraction

  1. We must stay away from all negative thought, regardless of the topic (or subject matter, or theme), in order to improve our total point of attraction. See: What Is the 17-Second Rule that Abraham-Hicks Talks About?
  2. The basic idea [of Abraham-Hicks’s quote] is that our thoughts generate our point of attraction. See: Thoughts and the “Point of Attraction”.
  3. A thought (that hasn’t been thought for a while) does not contribute to your point of attraction, if it’s an “old thought” and it is not currently “activated”. See: Thoughts and the “Point of Attraction”.
  4. A new thought (that was first thought very recently) does not contribute to your point of attraction, if it is not currently thought by you. See: Thoughts and the “Point of Attraction”.
  5. There are weak vibrations and strong vibrations. And all of those vibrations (thoughts) together produce our current point of attraction. See: Thoughts and the “Point of Attraction”.
  6. For most people, their observation of what-is solidifies their point of attraction. See: Turn Thy Cheek: Ignoring Negative Experiences for Quicker Manifestations.
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References

Hicks, Esther and Jerry Hicks (2004), Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc. [Link to book]

Hicks, Esther and Jerry Hicks (2006), The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent: Living the Art of Allowing. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc. [Link to book]

Hicks, Esther and Jerry Hicks (2006), The Law of Attraction: The Basis of the Teachings of Abraham. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc. [Link to book]

Hicks, Esther and Jerry Hicks (2007), The Astonishing Power of Emotions: Let Your Feelings Be Your Guide. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc. [Link to book]

Hicks, Esther and Jerry Hicks (2008), Money, and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Wealth, Health, and Happiness. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc. [Link to book]

Hicks, Esther and Jerry Hicks (2009), The Vortex: Where the Law of Attraction Assembles All Cooperative Relationships. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc. [Link to book]

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First published: Fri 25 Feb 2022
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