Law of Attraction
I deleted two posts today. Why?
I finished listening to The Attractor Factor by Joe Vitale and I’m listening to The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. While I keep thinking The Secret is kind of hoakey, I buy into it. What it claims fits not only my life experience but what I’ve noticed in others. Basically the law of attraction says that you attract what you think about. So if you think positive thoughts, you’ll attract postive things. If you think about money all the time, you’ll attract money. If you think about how you don’t have enough money, you’ll never have enough money. It sounds hoakey but it works. Think about it.
I’ll give you two examples. One, the woman that cleans our house always has some tragedy going on. Her granddaughter got bit by a dog, one of her kids is going through bankruptsy, her son’s dog got stolen, … I’ve known her for several years now and everytime I talk to her something terrible has just happened to her. I think her focus on the negative brings her negative experiences, as terrible as that sounds.
On the flip side, in college I always knew I’d have enough money. Granted, that wasn’t such a big deal as Mom and Dad paid for tuition and board but the money I earned paid for clothes, eating out, entertainment, furniture, gas, etc. I always knew I had enough and I did. I remember one time getting an unexpected $200 bill and in panic sat down to rebalance my checkbook just in case. And what do you know? I’d made a $200 mistake the week before. I always had enough because I always believed I had enough. Granted, I caused that to happen – I always had at least one job if not two or three and they all paid well.
While the books make the Law of Attraction sound like some kind of voodoo (The Secret more so than the Attractor Factor), I think they are on to something. So I’m thinking postive thoughts: I have a great family, a good job, plenty of money, lots of interesting activities to keep me busy, lots of good books to read, …