I really like the idea of the Law of Attraction: Like Attracts Like. Broken down simply, good thoughts attract good things, or good actions attract more good actions; similar energy frequencies are attracted to one another. Even though the Law of Attraction (LoA) is a simple theory, it's harder than it seems to put into practice.
The biggest mistake I made using LoA was that I wasn't taking the appropriate action to co-create my life. I was doing all the right things: using positive thoughts, envisioning what I wanted my life to be, and enjoying how great my life was going to be. This was all good, but my critical error was that I was planning my future and living in the future, without taking the right action in the present.
I didn't realize that I was living like this: "Once *this* comes to me then I will be able to live how I want to". I had no idea that I was living in the future because I was learning about energy and LoA and taking a lot of thought based actions, but WITHOUT REALIZING IT, I was not taking action in the present moment! I was stuck in a pattern of when.
If you keep everything the same, you'll get the same results. If you use the Law of Attraction and keep your situation the same, you'll get the same results but they'll feel better because they'll be a higher, more positive, energy vibration. It will feel good to be there. And that is awesome, but its not moving you forward.
I encourage you to take an honest look at what you're doing today to create the life you want to have. Beware, this is really hard because the trappings are in the mundane and easily overlooked moments of the day.
Taking action steps today, in your current situation, is the best way to create the changes you need in order to usher in the new.
Is there an area of your life that you're waiting to work on until *something* happens? Look at your home- is there an area that you've been wanting to change but are waiting for the right time? I'm not saying that housekeeping is key to universal happiness. I am saying that satisfaction in your present situation brings more satisfaction in the future. Little blocks and pockets of dissatisfaction create big blocks and pent up dissatisfaction that, by the time they are recognized, take lots of time to clear up.