We are told by the experts that the Law of Attraction can be used to help you create the perfect life. But when you start trying to use the Law of Attraction, you may find it is not as simple as the experts say it is. Why do things still go wrong when using the Law of Attraction? Is it because the law does not work?
To answer this, we have to look first of all at how you came to be where you are now. The Law of Attraction responds to the thoughts and emotions you have most of the time, by giving you more things and experiences which match your thoughts. This has been happening all your life, right from your earliest experiences. All that you see, hear, and feel around you has been created in this way. That is how the Law of Attraction works.
The totality of your experience now is the result of the thoughts and emotions, and patterns of thought, that you were having in the past.
This now demonstrates the reason why things can sometimes still go wrong after you start using the Law of Attraction to create the life you want. These things are the result of some thinking you have done at some past time, but which have only now manifested into your experience. This is quite a normal and logical outcome of the way the Law of Attraction works.
You are using the Law of Attraction now to attract those things you want to appear in the future, but that does not prevent those things you have attracted in the past, from appearing now.
Different people react in different ways to this kind of situation. The way you react to it will determine what kind of future you will have.
Some people decide that, when things go wrong, it proves that the Law of Attraction is not real or does not work, and so they give up. They will go back to their old patterns of thought, and will make no more changes.
Others will react to try to resist the negative things that are still happening. These people may think they are using the Law of Attraction to change their life, but in reality they are not. By resisting, they are creating an emotional pattern which invites more experiences into their life in which there is resistance and conflict.
The third group of people will accept that these things that go wrong are indeed the result of their own creative power in the past, and will not react unduly to them. Obviously, depending on what type of negative experience it is, some action might be needed, but this should be done as calmly as possible, without too much emotional involvement.
In fact, you can even go as far as to rejoice in these things that go wrong, since they are powerful demonstrations of your own creativity. This is not easy for most people to do, but with practice, it can be achieved.
It is true that these products of our past thought processes can sometimes be stressful, but if you can remain as calm and peaceful as possible through them, you will set the pattern for more of the kind of experiences which will allow you to be calm and peaceful without much effort.