The law of attraction is based on two key principles. The first principle states that every single object in the universe, including the human body, is composed of molecules, cells, neutrons and electrons that are in constant motion. Everything moves, everything vibrates, and everything is energy. When you think positive thoughts, the vibrations result in positive energy. Conversely, when you think negative thoughts, the vibrations result in negative energy.

On the other hand, the second principle states that the realities we experience are influenced by the energy we emit. In effect, positive energy attracts positive events, and vice versa. This is because the human brain can take surrounding vibrations, store them subconsciously, and translate them into “realities”. Moreover, the human mind can mostly choose what vibrations to entertain and therefore influence its reality. With enough passion and concentration, you can shape your reality through the sheer power of thought.

Law of Attraction and Science

There is scientific proof that the law of attraction is real. Electroencephalography (EEG) and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), reveals the existence of “mirror neurons”. These nerve cells emulate the actions of a person being observed. This is the phenomenon that makes yawning, smiling and staring seem contagious. This aligns with the basic principles of the law of attraction.

Neuroscientists have also discovered that a certain part of the brain, called the amygdala, lights up whenever persons in close proximity, visible or not, display intense anxiety, fear or happiness. This interconnectivity is also in line with the law of attraction.

It is even common for psychiatrists to encourage their patients to use “affirmation” to help them achieve their goals. This practice involves the repeated use of positive statements to reshape the patient’s views of the world. For example, repeatedly making affirmative statements like “I am confident” and acting accordingly have been shown to boost a person’s self-esteem.

Law of Attraction and Religion

There are several references to the law of attraction in different religions, such as Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, and Hinduism. Though the specific term “law of attraction” is never used, these religions still share beliefs with the same underlying principle.

For example, the principle of karma, which is an important concept in Buddhism, Taoism, and Hinduism, holds that a person’s intentions and actions in the present will influence the events that person will experience in the future.

There are also several examples of the law of attraction in the Bible. First, there is Joseph the Dreamer, whose strong belief and convictions transformed him from a slave into a royal. Second, the Book of Job, Chapter 3, Verse 25, states, “Whatever I fear comes true, whatever I dread befalls me.” Finally, there is also the famous phrase, “Ask and it shall be given, believe and it will happen.”


 The law of attraction clearly has a strong basis in both science and religion.

In science, several fields of study have found a definite correlation between what we think and what we experience. On the other hand, several major religions also support the existence of the law of attraction. Although science and religion have not really used the term “law of attraction,” the concepts they promote are so similar that we can safely say that they are referring to the same thing.