The Law of Reflection explains why you attract the same people, places, and problems into your life

Explanation of the law of reflection.

The law of reflection is one of the 12 universal laws, which is sometimes also called the law of attraction, although in reality they are not the same thing. The Law of Reflection says that we don’t just attract certain circumstances into our lives, but through our perception of other people we see glimpses of who we are. At the same time, pain and suffering help us understand where we need healing, and the feeling of joy indicates to us what brings us happiness.

Remember, life does not happen to you, but is a reflection of yourself.

There is one incredible secret about life that only truly powerful and successful people know about. It’s all about feedback. When a consensus is reached about the attitude of those around you, when you see a pattern in your failed relationships or a certain order in the fact that you constantly lose your job because of your inefficiency, there are only two possible reactions to what is happening.

Most people consider the world to be unfair and themselves as victims of its injustice. The thoughts of the rest are moving in a different direction – they understand that the world does not at all seek to punish them, but only gives them feedback.

“We see the world not as it is, but as we are.”

“What we like about other people is what we like about ourselves. And what we hate in them shows everything that we do not notice in ourselves. “

The bottom line is that the degree of our perception of the world depends on the level of development of our mind. This conclusion is supported by the results of one large scientific study: people are incapable of compassion until they draw a parallel between themselves and another person. Once they can put themselves in someone else’s place (even if “this is a mother like me” or “this person comes from the same city as me”), they will have the ability to express compassion and understanding.

The conscious mind of a person is limited from birth. Most of the work is done by the brain subconsciously. By some estimates, 95% of all our mental and physiological processes are subconscious. At the same time, our eyes, ears and all other senses work together with the brain, filtering all incoming information and choosing only the most relevant information to transmit it to the conscious part of the mind. This is why worrying is so much easier than being grateful – the brain simply prioritizes threats.

But what many people do not know is that there are many patterns and patterns of behavior that are responsible for our routine interaction with the world, which occurs without their knowledge, that is, subconsciously. Fortunately, the world serves as a kind of mirror for all of us: we can see who we are just by looking at the reactions we evoke from others.

If you really want to know how successful you’ve been in life, take a look around. No single circumstance taken alone can give exhaustive information about you, and the current patterns, attitudes and behaviors are by no means accidental.

If you find yourself drawn into toxic relationships every now and then, then this is a clear sign of an unhealed emotional wound that you should pay attention to. If you always feel joyful and peaceful, then you are living a balanced life or behaving in accordance with your values, desires and needs.

It is much easier to believe in the randomness and injustice of the world, as well as in the fact that we only get what we are given. It is easier because this way we relinquish responsibility and therefore control. When we become victims, we shout it loudly into the void, mistakenly believing that due to the lack of our guilt, this is not automatically our problem. People with a well-established victim outlook often complain not only to attract attention and sympathy to themselves, but also to convince other people to solve it by showing the world how serious it is. But life is arranged differently, and therefore such people constantly find themselves in the same situation, over and over again.

There are many ways to interpret this phenomenon. However, the most popular is the law of reflection. This is one of the 12 universal laws and it is based on the belief that since existence itself is an energy matrix filled with what a person produces, then everything that happens in our life is not accidental: it is a way to test ourselves.

“If we want to change something in a child, first we need to figure out whether it would be better to change something in ourselves” – Carl Gustav Jung

Here’s what Beverly Blankard says about it:

“The law of reflection is built on the fact that everything we see around us is a mirror image of our inner world. This is one of the most difficult laws for human understanding and acceptance, as we tend to think that our feelings of happiness and anger are solely caused by other people or circumstances. Since everything around is vibrations, then you yourself attract these external situations. Accordingly, the person annoying you appeared in your life only because now it is your active inner vibration, and he himself is a mirror reflection of all the components of your inner world. “

This is the main reason for the existence of the law of reflection: if we do not realize that we keep in ourselves and maintain the frequency of a certain vibration, then we will never come to terms with it and change this frequency in order to get what we want from life. Realizing that we ourselves are responsible for our difficulties in life is a tremendous gift that carries great potential for change.

Since the flip side of understanding that your entire life experience is a matter of your own personal choice (be it subconscious attachment, unconscious behavior, conscious beliefs or the same vibration), you thereby give yourself the opportunity to choose again. This is what people mean when they say that life is 90% how you react and 10% what is happening around you: the final quality of your life depends only on you. The way you think, how you feel, and what you do each day are much more closely related to your ability to control than you might have thought before.

One way to use the law of reflection to your advantage is to reverse engineer your life. Decide where you want to be in a year or five, and then break down your ultimate goal into daily, weekly, and monthly subgoals. This will help you become more conscious about what you do every day and how it relates to your plans for life.

The difference between people who have taken responsibility and control over their lives into their own hands, and those who constantly feel anxiety, helplessness and consider themselves a victim of circumstances, lies in the balance of internal and external locus of control.

Gillian Fornier explains the locus of control “by the level of a person’s confidence in his power over the events in his life . ” People with an inner locus believe they are personally accountable for their success and are therefore fully focused on achieving it. And a person with an external locus is sure that everything that happens is outside his zone of control, and therefore, therefore, there is no point in trying.

Needless to say, research results invariably show the same thing: people with an internal locus of control have much higher levels of psychological comfort.

Understanding the fact that you control more of your life than you think is based on the realization that what is happening around you is not accidental. How you interact with people, how well you are moving up the career ladder, how good your health is, what people you spend most of your time with, etc. – all these are things that you directly influence. Of course, there are some external factors that can hinder or, conversely, contribute to your progress. But ultimately you are the one who does all the work.

Understanding the Law of Reflection puts you in the driving seat of your life. He reminds you that anything that annoys you, bothers you, or brings discomfort opens up opportunities for you to grow, change and develop, bringing you closer to the life you aspire to.

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