When explaining the concept of LOA to others i often use this basic analology:
Imagine every outcome, good and bad, that could possibly happen is literally floating around you randomly.
People have the ability to literally 'pluck' these outcomes out of the air and draw (or attract) them into their life.
You can determine which outcomes get attracted to you by living, feeling and believing the moment before it happens, therefore forcing that outcome
into your life.
You want rain? Go outside and play in the (imagined) rain, jump in the (imagined) puddles, feel the (imagined) water trickle down your face and so on.
By doing this you are feeling, in this case both emotionally (most important) and physically (by actually going outside), the sensation of the rain
you want - therefore attracting rain into your world.
You want that job? Feel the exact feelings you would if you got it - relief, joy, pride, etc - and live that moment when you get told you got the job.
By doing so you are drawing that outcome down and into your personal experience.
As we have all said, fully live the moment then simply wait for it to happen = you no it will, so its just a matter of time.
I tend to agree that these folks have deep seeded emotional issues which have become so ingrained into their being that they are subconsciously
allowing them to dominate their emotions. If you cant feel genuine happiness, how will you attract things which make you happy into your life?
It has been theorised by Gregg Braden (i think) that Nazca lines in Peru are actually evidence of tribes who used this technique to attract water to
their barren landscape.
Underneath some of the geometric shapes at Nazca are natural acquifers or dams which seem to comform to the shape of the geometric shapes on the
Additionally, each animal which appears on the plains has a unique link to water. The spider, the monkey, the bird - all of them have a unique link to
water (such as the spider who a special appendage specifically for getting water). Each animal has a link to water is the point anyway.
It was theorised that these animals were sketched on the desert surface and outlines were also made on the surface to aid in the visualisation and
attraction of water to the area.
Tribe members were believed to have gathered on each picture or shape and focus on water. Those gathering on the bird, for example, would feel
whatever feeling that related the bird to water, while those on the geometric shapes imagined water flooding under the surface and creating
If you lived in an area which was rapidly turning into the driest place on Earth - you may take these measures also.
It is one theory of the Nazca plans which i really like and i honestly cant see why such an exercise done on such a large scale repeatedly wouldnt
For the record, i really dislike people using this technique for material gain - its just wrong. Parking spaces though, now THAT i'm all for - and it