Testing the Law of Attraction

Law of Attraction states

“That which is like unto itself is drawn”

which basically means like attracts like. But is it real? Does it work? How does it work? What you mean it works if you believe in it? Yeah. It is enough to drive anyone crazy, even those delusional enough to believe in unicorns, magic, and Law of Attraction.

I suggest you start as you would with any other Law, with experimentation.

Aim: To observe the Law of Attraction

Procedure:

  1. Keep a notebook, a few people call this a journal.
  2. Since you have too many thoughts in general, I would suggest you observe your feelings, Jedi style, because if you think good thoughts you feel good as a result, and observing how you feel in general is easier than observing all your thoughts.
  3. Casually, think about random thinks that you don’t already have preconceived notions about like for example: Red glass, Calvin & Hobbes, peacock feathers, yellow stones, turtles, the song “Hakuna Matata”
  4. Observe the World around you. (This will be the Observation section. When we did experiments in school, we made a table. )

Conclusions:

If the stuff you randomly thought about show up, “This stuff Works” yay!!! If not then go back to your desk and your histrionic boss screaming at you for slacking off testing “Law of Attraction”

In my experience, I get what I want. Thoughts become things. Eloquent men are right every bit as often as imbeciles. Observing the Law of Attraction and being mindful of your thoughts does leave you a little happier, and make you want to kill yourself less often than you would ordinarily want to. But sure go ahead prove me wrong. I’ll still just turn around and say, “I think you’re wrong” 😛 Because, you see, Law of Attraction give me complete control of my own individual experience. And so do you. And completely control of my experience is Awesome 😀

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