posted on Nov, 14 2012 @ 10:18 AM
reply to post by unityemissions
My friend, Law of Attraction isn't magic. You don't just snap your fingers or sing chants or something and POOF! your dreams come to life. Much like
a phone or a car, you have to know how it works to utilize it effectively. And you have to be able to adjust for its shortcomings if you're to
utilize it effectively. Because, believe it or not, Law of Attraction DOES have shortcomings, most of them based in our own imperfections.
What imperfections are these? Well, the biggest one is that THE LAW OF ATTRACTION GIVES US WHAT WE NEED, NOT WHAT WE WANT. Many times, it can be used
to give us something we ask for, but it generally serves for our better. If what we want isn't good for us, or isn't what we need at that point in
time, you may as well throw gasoline on your kitchen fire. That isn't how the ether works. There is an intelligence of sorts, a programmed system
that analyzes the situation and determines the necessary variables for either completing our spiritual training or furthering our survival.
In that sense, perhaps the failure of that woman's business was necessary. Perhaps her subconscious doubts affected the outcome. Or perhaps,
somewhere in her heart, she WANTED the business to fail, but her mind told her she wanted to succeed. The subconscious is much more powerful than the
conscious mind - it controls the majority of our behavior, our emotions, our beliefs, and our intentions. So guess which one pulls more strings?
You don't know enough to say it's rubbish, and I don't know enough to say for a fact it's real. But I do know enough to say that the
circumstantial evidence suggests that the same forces that imply the validity of Law of Attraction also provide a plausible explanation for the
results that you so adamantly declare prove its nonexistence.
In short, you're not looking deep enough. You miss the forest for the trees.