The Law of Attraction (LoA) has excited and inspired people. It is also riddled with controversy and confusion.
Let’s examine five common objections, and separate the wheat from the chaff, what is valid and what is not about this powerful force.
1. “It’s selfish.”
The Secret shared many ways to attract things into your life, such as money and relationships. However, it notably lacked any way to attract things into your life that go beyond self-interest, such as helping others, contributing, or serving a larger cause.
This objection of the LoA being too selfish and materialistic is not a problem with the “law.” The law describes an energy and force akin to gravity or magnetism. It has no agenda.
Why is it so important to understand spiritual coaching, to help yourself and others? What does Wallace Wattles, financial independence, and the science of being great have to do with spiritual coaching?
In this podcast episode (part 1 of 2), we answer your most important questions on how to be an effective spiritual coach — to help yourself and others.
EFT, the premier energy technique, can be miraculously effective by itself. When you combine it with the “Yes” affirmation in this video, the results can be… yes… remarkable.
The Power of Love and Happiness.. and Yes
All references to the Jim Carey Movie that humorously portrayed “the power of yes” aside, the word “Yes” is undeniably powerful. It offers many immediate benefits.
For example…. when you muscle test to assess a strength or weakness a person has to something (material or immaterial, say a food or thought), a baseline test can be to say “yes” or “no.” When pressure is exerted on the muscle, the testee generally tests strong (muscle firm) to saying “yes” and weak to saying “no” (muscle weak).
In other words, the word — and energy — “yes” bypasses our thinking, rational mind. “Yes” goes right to the unconscious. In contrast, “no” tells us what we want to avoid. No is negative, negating. Yes is positive, affirming.