From Oprah to Ariana Grande, there’s no shortage of celebrities who swear by the power of the Law of Attraction.
Below are five of the biggest (and most successful) names in the entertainment industry and how they used the powerful Law of Attraction to manifest what they wanted.
1. Oprah Winfrey
“The way you think creates reality for yourself.”
The Oprah people love and look up to the Law of Attraction. She even promoted “The Secret” on her show.
In multiple interviews, Oprah shared how she used the Law of Attraction to manifest what she wanted.
Oprah saw how the Law of Attraction worked when she used it to manifest her part in the movie “The Color Purple.”
Two months after auditioning for the role, she didn’t hear from the director so she thought she didn’t get the part.
After realizing the universe always has her back, she let things go and believed what she wanted was already hers.
A few days later, she got a call from no less than the movie’s director, Steven Spielberg himself, who informed her she got the role.
2. Jim Carrey
“You can’t just visualize then go eat a sandwich.”
You probably remember him from “The Truman Show” or “The Mask.”
Regardless, there is no denying Jim Carrey is one of the most popular, not to mention one of the highest-paid actors in the world today.
Unsurprisingly, Jim Carrey is also one of the most avid Law of Attraction advocates.
Carrey also highlights the importance of taking inspired action toward your manifestation.
In an interview, Carrey told Oprah about a time when he was poor and broke and he would visualize directors being interested to work with him and praising his work.
He also shared how he manifested his first $10 million check.
According to Carey, he wrote a $10 million check for himself and dated it 5 years into the future on Thanksgiving.
He also noted it was “for acting services rendered.”
He kept the check in his wallet, and although it deteriorated over the years, he never threw it away.
True enough, right before Thanksgiving in ’95, he found out he would make $10 million for the movie Dumb & Dumber!
Carrey also shared how he would visualize things he loves and manifest them into his life.
3. Lady Gaga
“You repeat it to yourself every day. And it’s not yet. It’s a lie. You’re saying a lie over and over and over again. And then one day, the lie is true.”
While she knew she would be a star, Academy Award-winning artist Lady Gaga once faced hate and criticism from many of her peers.
A Facebook group was created mainly to hate her when she was younger.
But Gaga persisted, worked hard, and stayed positive. Eventually, she became the massive star she is today.
Gaga shared he believes in the Law of Attraction and used affirmations to bring things into existence.
In her 60-minutes interview with Anderson Cooper in 2011, Gaga talked about how she kept repeating to herself that she was famous.
This was back in the time when people barely knew her.
Gaga stayed loyal to her vision for many years until she became the larger-than-life superstar she is today.
For Gaga, affirmations are incredibly effective as they train your mind to believe something is real—before it actually is.
4. Will Smith
“I believe I can create whatever I want; if I can put my head on it right, study it, learn the patterns.”
Smith also talked about his love for Paulo Coelho’s book, “The Alchemist,” and how it has inspired him to believe that he can be whatever he chooses to be.
He also believed he could symbolically turn lead into gold through the power of the Law of Attraction.
Smith has also quoted saying, “The universe is not a thing that will push us around. That the world, people, and situations are not things that are going to push us around. That we are going to . . . command and demand that the universe become what we want it to be.”
The quote is a clear testament to Smith’s belief that the universe is always conspiring for him.
The universe is always on his side and more than willing to give him what he wants. All he has to do is ask.
5. Ariana Grande
I thought you into my life
Look at my mind
No better place or time
How they align
The universe must have my back
In her well-loved song “Pete Davidson,” Grammy award-winning artist Ariana Grande wrote and sang about manifesting her relationship and engagement with SNL comedian Pete Davidson.
She credited her mind and the universe in the song for bringing him into his life.
In her new song, “Just Like Magic,” Ariana explicitly sang about the Law of Attraction:
Good karma, my aesthetic
Keep my conscience clear. That’s why I’m so magnetic
Manifest it. I finessed it
Take my pen and write some love letters to heaven
Just like magic, just like magic
Middle finger to my thumb, and then I snap it
Just like magic, I’m attractive
I get everything I want to cause I attract it.
From the lyrics, it’s safe to assume Ariana Grande is one of the biggest advocates of the Law of Attraction!
Over to You
The Law of Attraction—or the universe, your mind, God—whatever you perceive it to be is more powerful than you think.
From the examples of these massively popular and well-loved celebrities, below are some of the key takeaways:
- Your thoughts are powerful and they can help you manifest anything.
- One of the keys to manifesting is visualizing and taking inspired action.
- Affirmations are one of the most powerful manifestation techniques you can use and have access to.
- Be an alchemist.
- You can manifest anyone and anything. That said, be careful what you wish for!