posted on Jun, 13 2012 @ 01:40 PM
reply to post by QuantumSeeker
Well, you can't exactly use evidence when it comes to the Law of Attraction since its simply a mental thing. This example is pretty dark but let's
use it. Say I wanted somebody's house to catch on fire. Well, in their mind they have an image of their house being in a state of NOT on fire. If I
were to imagine their house on fire and it did catch fire, this would go agains their image of their house and their free will (which exists).
What that thread I linked you does say, is that there is safety in using the LoA. You need not worry about examples likes blood money. (e.g. "I want
money" and then my mother dies and I inherit money, giving me a worse result than the money.) Your positive thoughts are stronger than your negative
ones. Your subconscious has both positive and negative thoughts. The subconscious overrides your conscious mind, and the subconscious's positive
thoughts override its negative ones.
And, while I'm sure it is very important to you to figure this out you should acknowledge that it could just be your OCD obsessing over this
question. I used to do it too a bit; always covering each variable to make sure nothing bad happens. Now I don't and there is no difference.
Any way, good luck with everything but try and take some mental breaks from worrying about it so much. In the end, if it brings you any ease, it's a
hypothetical effect any way.