Anxiety, Depression, and the Law of Attraction. If you are trying to beat anxiety or depression using the Law of Attraction, it is a good place to start. I started with affirmations several years ago, and they helped, but, as I have mentioned before, though, the LOA no longer resonates with me. I can only say that now because I understand that we embody various consciousness states rather than attract. However, what affirmations did was allow me to start changing my conception of myself. The key is believing that the affirmations work. The key is believing that you no longer suffer from anxiety and depression. Eventually, you stop identifying with the idea of suffering.
All individuals are at varying levels of consciousness at any given time in this dream of life, rather than trying to “attract” what you want, whether that be a healthier mental state, healthy relationships, better finances, etc. I would like you to consider the idea of consciously manifesting those things. You can use the same techniques as you would for the law of attraction, namely affirmations and scripting. However, the key is to know that you manifest by embodying the state of having the desire rather than attract. You consciously manifest through your thoughts, assumptions, reactions, daydreams, and imagination, with imagination being the greatest of them all.
I wish I had known this earlier; if I had, my life would be quite different now. I took the long road, but it is okay. I have learned a lot along the way, and now I am awake (from the dream of life). As I have mentioned in some of my YouTube videos, it was a long journey overcoming anxiety and depression. I hope that I can help others shorten their own journey dealing with depression and anxiety. I am proof that you can overcome it and go on to lead the life you envision.
Remember that depression is a state, and it is possible to change that state. It took me a really long time to really grasp that all I needed to do was change my thoughts, change my “state.” I honestly had the belief that it was difficult, but with persistence, you can change your state of mind (consciousness) and, therefore, overcome depression and anxiety.