“The Law of Attraction” became a buzz word several years back when “The Secret” became a popular book and movie. I, too, followed the crowd, watched the movie, and attempted to attract “things” to me. Like many, I felt I failed this experiment of manifesting wealth miserably. However, I was still intrigued by the Law of Attraction, which is defined by Abraham Hicks as “that which is like unto itself is drawn.”
I combined the teaching of many great thinkers and teachers, including but not limited to Jesus, Abraham Hicks, Mahatma Gandhi, Louise Hay, and the company Heartmath. I connected to my inner knowing and realized that my focus on accumulating more material “things” isn’t really what I desired. My desire is a life filled with love and joy.
The Law of Attraction is similar to other science- based laws in that it is not debatable; IT IS. Whether we are aware of or believe in it is not important, because it IS part of our human existence. This Attraction connects with our vibrations, which we are. If we are vibrating in an angry state, walking around with a chip on our shoulder, then we will attract more anger to us. However, if we are being a peaceful, joyous person, we will attract more peace and joy in our lives. In my case of wanting more money, I reflect back that I wasn’t attracting money because I was vibrating in the state of lack.