By Yolanda Shoshana, Luscious Lifestyle Diva
Biker boy and ex-husband to America’s sweetheart, Jesse James recently declared that 2010 was the best year of his life. That declaration definitely made some people raise an eyebrow or two. Since when does a messy divorce and the possibility of losing your child constitute the time of one’s life? But according to James, it all led to him finding love with Kat Von D. When he announced his engagement to Von D, people said they are perfect for each other, which was not necessarily a compliment in their case. That said, there’s no doubt that the law of attraction was working its magic when the two of them met.
Simply speaking, the law of attraction is when “like” attracts “like.” Take a look at Jesse James and Sandra Bullock’s different places in life. Clearly, they had perspectives and ideals that simply didn’t match, whereas James and Von D are on the same page.
Another example of the law of attraction at work is between celebrity couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. They ended up together not just because of physical attraction, but also due to other attraction elements. Chances are there were issues in the Pitt and Aniston marriage, which allowed Jolie to swoop in. Now, people see Aniston as a woman who can’t find love, while I see as her as a woman who likes freedom, loves her body, likes a good looking dude, and just wasn’t about to have a tribe of children. Aniston’s attraction to Pitt didn’t last because they simply have different energies and wants in life. In other words, they broke the law of attraction.
The law of attraction is a key ingredient when it comes to finding the love of your life. To utilize it in your search for love, all you have to do is ask, believe and receive with full clarity. As simple as that sounds, people get impatient when it comes to the “believe” part. While it would be fabulous if the love of your life arrived five minutes after you incorporated the law of attraction, it doesn’t happen that way. Sometimes it takes time for the opportunity to present itself, but know that it’s well worth the wait.