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The Proof of the Law of Attraction

Saturday, August 26th, 2017

These days, in order to prove an existence of anything, there has to be some physical evidence of some sort to be deemed “scientifically tested.”

With gravity, while we can’t actually see its force with our eyes, it is obvious that it exists because the undeniable result is “what comes up, must come down.” First we see the object hanging from the tree, and the next thing you know is has dropped to the ground. This is physical evidence of the action of gravity. With electricity, while we can’t see with our eyes the movement of the electricity, we realize the physical evidence when the light turns on. So how does the Law of Attraction fit into all this? Is there truly physical evidence that the Law of Attraction exists?

In this physical world, we agree with the theory of levels of assurance based upon evidence. The more evidence that we have, we are more assured of the theory. And when we finally decide that there is enough evidence, then we upgrade theory to fact. We acknowledge whatever it is as a fact even when it is not completely understood or 100% certain. This is how many scientific theories work. Even the theory of evolution is just that: a theory. But it is an accepted theory.

The Law of Attraction is a theory. It has been tested by many individuals through time, and they have said that they made their fortunes by using the Law of Attraction. There are true stories, time and time again, reporting that when certain individuals decided to start practicing the Law of Attraction intentionally, their lives changed and they became who they dreamed about.

Andrew Carnegie practiced the Law of Attraction intentionally and we all know the fortune that he had. In comparative dollars, he was twice as rich as Bill Gates. Of course, it wasn’t just about his fortune. He practiced all the ‘rules’ within the Law of Attraction to create an incredible life for himself and those around him. He was so excited with his success that he asked Napoleon Hill to conduct a study over a span of twenty years focusing on individuals who had made their dreams come true, and to see if the Law of Attraction was used in their lives to attain their dreams. Of course Napoleon Hill did his wonderful LOA study and there was overwhelming evidence that each individual had used the theory of the Law of Attraction. There were hundreds of men who had made their fortune through the theories of the Law of Attraction. Isn’t that enough evidence? So many different people through out history have proven this theory time and time again: Walt Disney, Henry Ford, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, Eleanor Roosevelt, the actor Jim Carrey, Ellen Degeneres… The list is practically endless.

The Law of Attraction may not be the law of gravity or the law of electrical transference, but it is just as real and is a law that can truly be used to improve human life conditions. The Law of Attraction theory is here for us to use just like the many other theories of the scientific world, and it is just as real as those.

The Law of Attraction isn’t a magic pill but a very real part of the Universe that can help you attain the life you want and deserve.

How to Use the Law of Attraction and Action

Friday, August 25th, 2017

The common mistake that men and women make when using the Law of Attraction is not taking matters into their own hands. People who uses the Law of Attraction oftentimes overlook one factor: action.

Obviously anyone can set out the intention to do something and hoping the universe will hand it over to you on a silver platter. Sadly to say, this does not happen as often as we want. Just having a mental picture of all your dreams isn’t really going to get you very far if you are not willing to put any work into it. Am I trying to say the secret doesn’t work? No, the secret does work and it’s working right now. You simply have to take actions to manifest your desires.

Your dreams aren’t going to manifest alone if your just going to visualize it. That promotion isn’t just going to fall out of the sky and onto your lap if you sit there idle in life. It’s ridiculous to think that your going to get the body you’ve always desired when you sit there eating a pizza watching other people workout, regardless of how hard you visualize it. When applying the law of attraction to your life, merely visualizing is not enough to turn your dreams into a reality. You will actually have to make an effort to earn the income you want, be healthy or find your ideal companion.

Think back to “The Secret”, Jack Canfield shared a story about how he made $100,000 in a year using the law of attraction. Did he use visualization to gain his desired result? Sure he did. But he also took steps when it was necessary. He published a book, he had the idea of promoting it in the Enquirer, and he had a reporter interview him when she approached him. He took inspired actions. Basically the key word here: inspired. When using the law of attraction, you can and should use visualization and positive thinking. If you keep doing these things regularly, you will be drawn to things you might usually not be drawn to. For example, if you’re considering of purchasing a home, you may encounter someone who’s in the real estate business. It is essential that you just follow these nudges find the time to go visit that house and feel what it’s like to be in it. Talk to that real estate agent and find out what he can do to help you manifest your desire of investing in a house. This is what we call the Law of Attraction in action!

If you’re using the law of attraction and taking action is the next step to achieving your goals, don’t hesitate. You may have to work on your self confidence to help you be fearless enough to reach your goals. Getting on the right path to achieving your goals will be easy if you are confident enough as a person to attain them. Using the law of attraction and putting it into action will be as effortless as just visualizing alone.

Does the Law of Attraction Conflict With the Bible?

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

With all the discussion lately about the Law of Attraction and the success of the book, The Secret, many people are wondering if these principles conflict with the teachings of the Bible. This article will highlight why they are compatible, show you what Bible verses support the law of attraction, and encourage you to change the way you think.


In the simplest terms, the Law of Attraction says you will have that which you think about the most. So, if you dwell on positive things, you will experience even more positive things. If you dwell on negative things, you will experience more negative things. Let’s see how this lines up with what the Bible teaches.


Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. Philipians 4:8

So, here we have the Bible instructing us to think about things that are positive. However, this particular verse doesn’t say why. Let’s see if we can find any passages that give us a clue as to why we should think about positive things.


For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he. Proverbs 23:7

The above verse from Proverbs shows that our thoughts create who we become. As we think, so we are. If our thoughts have that much impact on our lives, then we better give some attention to them. But, how do we know what our thoughts are? Thought happens on such a subconscious level that we’re often not even aware of it. So, how do we know if we are thinking about good things?


A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh. Luke 6:35

A true test of what our predominant thoughts are is to listen to the way we talk. Whatever is in your heart (your thoughts), will come out of your mouth. The scriptures have a lot to say about our tongues and the need to tame them.


For we all stumble in many things. If anyone does not stumble in word, he is a perfect man, able also to bridle the whole body. Indeed, we put bits in horses’ mouths that they may obey us, and we turn their whole body. Look also at ships: although they are so large and are driven by fierce winds, they are turned by a very small rudder wherever the pilot desires. James 3:2-4

Again, this scripture is showing the relationship between our words and the direction our lives take. They are connected in a way that cannot be undone. We cannot speak carelessly and think it won’t have a profound effect on our lives. Because, what we speak is what we think. And what we speak is the direction our lives will take.

For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith Mark 11:23

The above scripture clinches it all for me. It shows a clear relationship between what we say, what we believe in our heart (our thoughts) and what will occur in our lives. If we say positive things while at the same time truly believing they will come to pass — then they will.


Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. For he that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting. And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not. Galatians 6:7-9

Whatever we sow, we can expect to reap. This is true in natural things, as well. If we plant a watermelon seed, we expect a watermelon to grow, right? We don’t expect a pumpkin to grow. Why would it be any different with our thoughts? If we sow positive thoughts, we can expect to reap positive things. If we sow negative thoughts, we should expect to reap negative things. But, this suggests that our thoughts are seeds. Does the scripture support this? Yes, it does:

Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ. I Peter 1:13

Obviously, the loins are the place of creation — the source for seed. So, when Peter is encouraging the early church to “gird up the loins of your mind,” he’s telling them to protect their thoughts — to remain sober and full of hope.


These teachings certainly support what the Law of Attraction says, so there does not appear to be any conflict between the principles of the Law of Attraction and the principles of the Bible. As has happened in the past, people can take these principles and try to mold them into something to suit themselves, rather than what God has for their lives. These principles work for the believers and unbelievers alike, just as it rains on the just and the unjust. The difference being that the believer’s life should be submitted to God and their ears should be listening to His voice to direct their paths. A submitted believer should have no conflict between what the Bible teaches and what the Law of Attraction teaches.