Deepak Chopra once said that “whatever you focus on, you get more of.” This can be a double edged sword that helps us gain what we want, or it can also help us get the exact thing we don’t want. The Universe does not discriminate or judge, it just gives us what we ask for. Like attracts like, good or bad. Let me explain.
All humans consist of energy, electromagnetic energy. Consequently, our thoughts and emotions generate magnetic energy waves as research has shown. The more intense our emotions are, the stronger the invisible vibrations that we send out from our body. Others can pick up on these vibrations. The classic example is the tangible change in the energy of the room as a depressed person walks in, versus the entrance of a joyful, enthusiastic person. So we are able to send and receive these magnetic vibrations, we all are magnetically charged.
Emotions such as sadness, fear, worry, guilt, doubt, etc. carry low-frequency vibrations. So they pull-in/attract other low-vibration energies that are around, as in like attracts like. Invariably, this only adds to our unhappiness and does not help us. But we do this on a subconscious level.
While emotions like love, joy, gratitude, etc. consist of high-frequency waves and pull-in other high-frequency energies that make us fee good.
Be careful what you focus on. If you want something, visualize yourself having it and enjoying it. This is pretty much like the old adage, “fake it till you make it.” They had it right to begin with and it works.
Spirit tells me that we need to focus on sending love and gratitude to Mother Earth and to the oceans. Visualize the earth as being beautiful, green, fresh and clean, with fertile soil and clean sparkling, fresh water. Visualize people living in harmony with each other, helping and caring about everything around them. These thoughts will pull-in the energy to manifest what we visualize.
If on the other hand, you are visualizing, the pollution leaving the soil and the water, you are focusing on the pollution and attracting that, even if you don’t mean to.
It’s all in what we focus on, good or bad, we’ll get more of it