But the one who really first articulated the Law as general principle was Prentice Mulford. Mulford, a pivotal figure in the development of New Thought thinking, discusses the Law of Attraction at length in, for example, his essay "The Law of Success", published 1886-1887. In this, Mulford was followed by other New Thought authors, such as Henry Wood (starting with his God’s Image in Man, 1892), and Ralph Waldo Trine (starting with his first book, What All the World's A-Seeking, 1896). For these authors, the Law of Attraction is concerned not only about health but every aspect of life.
You’re also competing with other people’s intentions – both good and bad. So, be aware that if your desire is in direct conflict with someone else’s stronger desire, the universe will respond accordingly. The Law of Attraction does not give you full and total control of your life, it simply states that like will attract like. You can use this to your advantage by being intentional with your desires, but this isn’t magic.
It’s fun to think of this vibe-shifting process as shifting dimensions, as if you’re tuning in to a different perceptual frequency spectrum. That other reality was there all along. You just couldn’t see it before because you were tuned in to incompatible perceptual frequencies, frequencies that made the money invisible and undetectable by your senses. Maybe you were stuck on the red part of the spectrum, while the money was hanging out in the blue part.
Learning how to connect with yourself has a lot to do with tuning into your own need. Consequently, then meeting those needs. When you make a habit of this, you’re much more able to attract love with someone who will nurture you. One way to ensure you take better care of yourself while you’re looking for love is to set aside an hour a day where you commit to pursuing a hobby you love! This should be no matter what other, more “productive” things you could be doing.
When you feel moved to take action from a place of passion and excitement, not stress, then go ahead and let those actions flow through you. It will seem to be more work to stop yourself — you’ll feel like you’re chickening out and holding back if you stay still. Follow your impulses. But don’t worry about the immediate results of those actions. There may be some twists and turns along the way.
My personal philosophy is definitely on the mystic (Jane Roberts) side, though at one time I was a skeptic. (“You get what you concentrate upon. There is no other main rule.” Seth, session 617) When I find some other framework that actually explains even a fraction of my spontaneous personal experiences, maybe I’ll consider that instead, and I hope it’s easier to defend to my friends than some channeled entity via a middle aged poet frankly. That philosophy holds that the “belief systems” of the individual are what “construct reality”. Working in this framework has done more for me than nearly anything else in my life, so I’m tempted to say even if it’s not true, acting as-if it were, perhaps by luck, accident or corroboration with something more practical, is still a good thing.
I remember when I first saw ‘The Secret’ during our teacher training at Sonic. (What inspiring times :)! I am eternally grateful for you and Lauren for that experience.) Does it have anything to do with all this quantum physics hooplah? Honestly, I don’t know. The good thing about this law is that it makes people take 100% responsibility for their actions and their experience. It empowers people to do, be, and act from where they want to be. This creates a sense of abundance and creativity that allows them to feel more fulfilled and in the flow of things. It’s all about perception, and shifting our paradigms to those that are more pro-active and bear good fruit so that we have a more pleasurable life.
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Can you see how these sentences are specific but not overbearing with details? I found key things that are important to me—wanting to try new things and travel, being respectful and courteous to me and others, certain forms of love expression—and wrote them down. I let the Universe take it from there, because it’s not my job to figure out the how, when or where. It’s just my job to be ready when my soulmate comes along.
You can pray, meditate, journal, go to yoga, see your energy healer, whatever you have to do to reconnect with your inner guide and the belief that you are divinely supported and can have, be, or do anything you want. And you can affirm, affirm, affirm until you believe what you say. And you can work these five steps forward and backward and all around until you create such high vibrations around trusting this process that you do start to believe that anything is possible for you.
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