For example, if you are attracting people who are particularly unhelpful and unsupportive, ask yourself where and how you are not supporting yourself.
If you encounter a lot of angry people, ask yourself what you are angry about – you may not even be aware that you are angry, it may be something that’s been buried very deeply, but if you look, it will be there.
When you identify the beliefs, and as a result you change your thoughts, you will change who shows up.
Years ago, when I was very insecure with no self-confidence, I found that I had people in my life who were manipulative and bullying, who disrespected other people and treated them (and me) badly. I discovered that because of how I felt about myself I treated myself very badly and was a bit of a bully to myself. Once I changed how I treated myself, those people went away and I haven’t attracted people with those behaviors since.
I think this quote sums it up quite well:
“Not only does the power of your thought determine which people make their way into your life, but the power of your thought determines how they behave once they get there.” – Abraham
Try this affirmation to help you bring more helpful and supportive people into your life:
“I deserve the best and I surround myself with people who support and inspire me.”