Why I Am Not in Favor of the Law of Attraction?
We all live an active, dynamic life that rarely leaves a lot of free time. Engaged into the rush that surrounds us, with no peace of mind and body, many people continuously struggle to reach social standards imposed by people on a higher social rank, stay in tune with recent fashions and trends, relentlessly using a million of gadgets, etc. There is nothing bad in such a life per se; many people do live like that. The only pitiful thing is that their higher consciousness remains retarded and suffers deemed to be driven by Karma to repeat the same vicious circle again and again.
Each of us is on our own unique journey and we, in some way, have a path we are on for our own individual growth and experience. If this is your path, then this is your path and you have to follow it. Nonetheless, some people are already ready for the great travel towards the laws of the universe, spiritual development and a higher consciousness. Even before realizing that, they start digging for the truth. Their hungry soul wants to connect with the infinite mind and achieve a truthful openness. Sometimes, it happens that their way brings them towards LOA, known as the law of attraction as described in the book, The Secret and other articles by well-renowned personalities like Abraham-Hicks.
This system helps you achieve what you want, and are focused upon. Since early childhood, we heard our parents and relatives saying that if you really want it, then you will get it, just keep on believing. You know, the law of attraction is a real illustration of the fact that a strong desire can be virtually limitlessly powerful. The universal laws, which LOA is exploiting, provides the user with a key towards achievement of lifelong goals. How to get a new car, how to get money for a new house, how to progress on the career path, all of these becoming the lifelong goals.
Often, without even reaching their goals, without a proper understanding of the universal principles and basic techniques, people keep on practicing it instead of using this energy much more constructively.
Here I would like to address those in love with the Law of Attraction. I trust some of the views shared above might push you towards considering that I am against the Law of Attraction and I do not believe in it. Well, it is quite vice versa. Indeed, I am against the law of attraction, but because of only reason that it can really be very efficient. I see it as a distorted perception and usage of the 21 universal law and 109 lower level laws that are guarding the cosmic world order.
Today this is called Quantum physics, however long ago these were known very well to our ancestors. The law of attraction uses this weapon to break the foremost important concept of a truly free mind. The universe knows the purpose, role and need in the world of each of us and it knows how to apply other law to get that out of us I am channelling from Omniscient Mind. LOA and its 12 universal laws prevents things from happening the way they should. The universe bypasses its magnificent scope and serves you. It is not that dramatic of course, but this is how things are in general.
The law of attraction is soulless, this is hard to doubt. People invest their energy into aspiring for things, which deprive their oneness of the chance to evolve to a new spiritual level of development. Think about global goals.
“If you want to see the moon, why are you watching at the top of the finger that points to it?”
You should not forget that your infinite mind is not limited to the needs of your body and Ego. What you have in yourself much deeper than that. What do you think is the best that you could do for yourself? Do you ask yourself such a questions from time to time? Since you are now reading this posting and have even reached the end of it, you are not driven only by empiric experiences.
Great for you! You will not be alone in your journey if you walk with the divine soul. The Law of Manifestation is like a parent providing the best nutrition, love and care to us. Trust the universe and it will send the deserving to us at the anointed time. Universe is choosing aspects of our journey so we can learn what we set out to learn in each lifetime here. Also, it provides us with the needed information and companions. All that is needed from you is to start looking for these and asking for the request to be fulfilled! If you did not forget how repugnant is a person who has squandered the ability to life his eyes to heaven conscious of the human’s fleeting time, then welcome. You already understand that humans are not just blood and bones. In addition, we are energy beings that need to live a fulfilling life. Only prosperous both physically and spiritually you will achieve true happiness and let the Law of Manifestation serve it to you as per the decision of the Universe.
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