I don’t believe in the law of attraction in it’s entirety. When you are highly attractive the truth is all sorts of people will be attracted to you. What makes a person highly attractive is a good looks, good connections or being very successful. It’s no different than all sorts of people being attracted to celebrities. All sorts of women are attracted to wealthy men. The more attractive you are the harder it is to attract people who mirror you. You have to weed through piles of people to find that one person who actually mirrors you. The less attractive you are the more people you will meet who mirror you.
Most people who speak about this law have only been on one side of the fence.. They have no idea how it feels to be a rich athlete and attract lot of groupies. They have no idea how it feels to attract so many people that you don’t know if they actually mirror your wants and desires or if they just pretend to mirror you. Ever hear the term “It’s lonely at the top”? It’s lonely at the top because to get there you had to cut off everyone who didn’t mirror you or what you would like to be. It lonely up there because that success makes it even more difficult to meet people who mirror you. The more valuable of a person you are the harder it is to find a mate with like commonalities. It’s different when you really know what you want and you don’t have to settle. When you are really searching for a deep connection, not just anyone can fill that void.
The more valuable a person you are the more people will be attracted to you. You will attract some unattractive people, some unintelligent people, a few nice ones, a few crazy ones, some wealthy, some not wealthy, some endearing people, a few selfish people. but very few highly attractive ones.
Yes when you finally do meet a worthwhile person that you are attracted to, they in many ways will mirror you. Mirroring is attracting a mate in which you will find out that you have many commonalities. You share a lot of the same traits. In the mean time dating, is basically swimming through a sea of losers to find one potential winner. So don’t be so hard on yourself because you haven’t come across one person to your liking. Really, it’s not your fault. You may be close to drowning from impatience by the time they find you. But remember if you don’t allow people access to you, how are they suppose to find you? You have to get out there and make yourself available so that they can find you.