The Law of Attraction is ALWAYS operating in our world (and everyone's world) whether we're aware of it or not. What we focus on is what comes in to our lives. And what we HAVE FOCUSED on in the past comes into our lives too. Instead of the saying "you are what you eat", we should accurately substitute
You are what you THOUGHT!
We often either neglect the effect of emotions, feelings and vibrations on our well being or we tend to think the Law of Attraction only applies to certain aspects of our life, such as "abundance" or "prosperity". Naysayers of the Law of Attraction say that it's wrong to focus on money and wealth, interpreting that this is the meaning of prosperity and abundance. But both prosperity and abundance include all aspects of well being, NOT just money. Abundance can refer to health, wealth, peace of mind, love, relationships, any part of your life. Same goes for prosperity.
Thus, it stands to reason that your health can be definitely impacted by what you've been thinking. This can be in the form of stress about your job, stress about your financial situation, or it can take the shape of worrying about contracting a certain disease or illness.
Many people, however, do not want to hear that they may be the cause of their condition. After all, that would then mean "it's all in your head" and no one wants to believe this. But let me talk to about the difference. Psychosomatic illness is a phrase that people cringe at when someone utters it. But it's so applicable to every single disease of condition you have. What it means is that your body (somatic) responds to your thoughts (psycho-). This has been proven and it makes sense to anyone who understands the Universal Laws, including the Law of Attraction.
So, to me, it's logical that Law of Attraction questions SHOULD be a part of the history and physical and discussion that your physician takes when you come to his office. A couple of weeks ago I had to complete a new patient questionnaire and it contained 135 questions. Not ONE of them had anything to do with how I was feeling, what I was worried or stressed about, what I had been thinking of for the few weeks before going to see someone. All of these are pertinent to figuring out what is wrong with the patient as much as all the lab tests they do.
Why are these questions and concepts so important? Your doctor can prescribe you tons of medicines and get many tests but if he or she doesn't dig deep into what's behind your symptoms, they will continue even if they are toned down by the medicines. This means it's liable to return once this exacerbation is "cured". If you don't get the splinter out of the foot, it will continue to fester and hurt no matter how much you drain it.
There are also other considerations - what is the "up side" of having something wrong with you? You need to answer that and your doctor should pursue that too. If it's not identified, then the condition is likely to persist. I have told this story before but it bears repeating. When I was an intern, I dreaded going on my pediatric rotation because I didn't like kids. I had thought about how much I disliked kids and didn't want to do the rotation for a long, long time. Interestingly, the week before I was due to rotate onto pediatrics I started getting sick. I was never sick. But, believe it or not, I had developed pneumonia - showed up on the x-ray big as life. As such, I was excused from the first 7-10 days of my rotation. Did I know that was why I got sick then? Heck no, and this was not a well known topic at that time either. It wasn't until many years later that I realized what I had done. And yes, I did it to myself. I caused myself to get pneumonia. I know there are many other times this has happened as well but none so obvious as that example.
Some of us are prone to accidents and musculoskeletal injuries. These folks are often having too much going on in their lives and they want to be immobilized and prevented from moving forward. The best way for that to occur is for your muscles, bones and joints to be affected.
Often people who develop serious illnesses such as cardiac disease or even cancer have a long history of being concerned about getting it especially if it runs in their families. They feel it's inevitable and that puts their vibrations right there to attract that to you. None of this is intentional and no one should either rebel at this theory or kick themselves saying they should have been able to prevent it. It's a philosophy that is coming more into acceptance as the days and months go by. There are so many programs that involve alternative or complimentary medicine and energy medicine, all of which should be incorporated in your armamentarium for conquering illness and injury.
It's my thought that a physician should be able to discuss this with their patients and try to get to the root of everything. But, from personal experience, I know that patients get upset if they hear things they don't want to hear about. There lies the dilemma. These are also the same people who will complain about their doctor not paying enough attention to them. If a doctor is afraid of the repercussions from addressing these issues, why should they bother in this litigation minded populace. It appears that it's going to be the patients job to work on finding out what's going on inside of them and being as honest with themselves as they can be.
Look inside whenever you develop any symptoms. What's going on in your life? What are you concerned about? What has been going on in your family or at work? What are your beliefs? Ask yourself the hard questions and then be honest with the answers.