The Law of Attraction: Cooky, but be curious!

So far, so good, right? I have given you the three main premisses, that were pretty sensible.

Now, here’s the fourth premise: 

Now this is where it gets tricky, because it gets a little cooky. From hereonout the Law of Attraction becomes a matter of belief. And that’s the part I can’t really help you with. If you don’t believe this can work, I can go out of my way to deliver you information, but it won’t do you any good. And I could tell you why my life as it is would never look the way it does if it weren’t for the Law of Attraction, but if you don’t believe that you will find other reasons why things happened to me and why things are the way they are.

I’m personally crazy far past the point of scepticism, because in my life, the Law of Attraction spirals around everything. I will write a very personal post about my experiences with the Law of Attraction and just how accurately, perfectly and sometimes even creepily it has worked for me, but now is not the time. Because I am not trying to convince you. I am just trying to make you think. I’m just trying to spark your curiosity.

Because wouldn’t it be great if this really were true? If life was not coincidences, but a string of signs and events in your favor? Not against you, not even neutral, but totally working for you? Wouldn’t it be so much more fun and magical and great if the Law of Attraction really works? Wouldn’t it be awesome to be the co-creator of your life in more ways than just the one? Isn’t it wonderful to be fully responsible for your life (which you are even when you don’t work with the Law of Attraction), and here I am — handing you these extra sets of instructions that could improve your life, be it a little, be it radical? Wouldn’t it be nice to know that the entire Universe conspires with you when you ask it to?

I just want you to think about this...and like it. I want you to like the idea of this. And if you think to yourself “Well, it would be really nice if I could work with this, even just for a little”, then I have succeeded in what I am trying to achieve. I am not trying to make you a self help nut or get you on ‘my’ side: I just want your curiosity to get the best of you, and take this baby for a whirl.

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