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If you are referring to arcane practices in Babylon and Biblical times that we have little knowledge of, I am aware and have looked at these. If there are some specific and relevant references I would be interested in hearing them. As you believe in a LOA, most of what you hear will be filtered through this lens. As I now do not, most of what I hear will be seen through that lens.
In terms of science, one of the criteria for a theory to be useful is if it can be tested. The LOA can make predications and be tested. Thus, like any scientific theory, it is easier to disprove than to prove. If we keep moving the bar and making multiple excuses why the LOA isn't working - we don't know how to use it, it's too powerful, there are secrets we don't understand, we weren't focused enough, etc.
Then, even if it were real - which I do not believe it is, it would still be ineffective and of little value. You are describing how it is desirable to have the good and bad. Death is good. Aging is good. Disease is good. I don't necessarily disagree with your premise. However, these are not the things that people typically want or desire to fill their lives. When you talk about creation and destruction being natural phenomenon, I agree.
But invoking the law of attraction should stop the destruction part if that's what I want to attract.
This is irrespective of it being objectively good or bad. In terms of visualizing perfect outcomes, please reference a source. All of the blinded, randomized studies of which I am aware show that this LOA method is inferior and detrimental. Athletes who successfully visualize spend minimal time on the perfect future and standing on a podium,.
They spend an extensive amount of time visualizing the process and the journey, which should really be avoided if you are relying on a LOA. We could go back and forth for years about this since your beliefs are based on faith and mine are based on proven effectiveness. You have faith in a system that sometimes seems to work for you and when it doesn't you adapt your thinking to say, this is obviously good for me and that's why I'm attracting it. I would rather make my list of goals based on my values and principles and attain them in an inspired by a more complete visualization method in an action-based system where I am in control..
Thanks you Rusking for taking the time for your thoughtful comments. You''l never change the mind of a simple fool that is convinced of something that soothes his simple mind. Oh please, no! Dont call yourself a fool. No need to do that, you have the right to live your experience by the way you believe you should. That's actually open to debate, only he knows who he was calling a fool, but I like to think your interpretation of who he was calling a fool is correct. My experience with one of the eBook I read, it explains the Meditation indeed has positive effects not only in the body but also in the mind, this book has explain how the people became rich using meditation and subconscious mind and Motivate You To Achieve Anything easily in your life, Read the full article from here go2l.
I understand your scepticism about the LOA as I am someone who is open minded about it. However, I kind of lost confidence in your arguments when you started to present basic premises about the LOA incorrectly. For example, the primary focus of the law of attraction is not about material wealth. It is about self development, self love and the journey to self completeness within the context of mindfulness and positive thinking.
This is a premise that is widely used within peer researched clinical therapies as well as many religions. Proponents of the law of attraction do not campaign for everyone to achieve selfish material gain and wealth. I have not heard or read anyone, no matter what level in their LOA journey that they are at. Their point is about the power of a positive mindset, a principle I am very much a supporter of and as I said, this is not unique to the LOA. I understand how you feel about LOA being pseudoscience and I admire the way you can approach this sticky subject without ruffling the feathers of LOA believers.
Money is what most people strive for because of social programming. It isn't even what most of us truly desire. Basing your level of success on the materialistic desires of modern society will of course leave the majority of people "Broke" When you realize the truth of the LOA. You'll see that it's all about "Feelings" which guide us to our ultimate purpose. Which we cannot even describe with any known words in our English language May I suggest that it's possible that you have already attracted into your life exactly what it is that you truly want We can have different approaches to achieve the same end goal.
Neither of us is on the wrong path of what it is we desire truthfully Maybe you writing these articles and books resisting the LOA is attracting the very thing it is that you desire truthfully on a subconscious level People who understand you? Have it your subconsciousway! Aids through a doctor's fault Cancer after chemical using.. Or environment damages caused by humans or bla bla bla And many.. Because they got been used by powerful men or they got fed up from world's injustice 3- who set the perfect diet?
Long time ago, science used to consider the "overweight" as the ones who owned the perfect weight When science tried to control the nature or everything..
Did you forget that Newton discovered gravity after the apple fall If you cant see.. Without google, i wouldnt know there is something like as goal achievements and bla bla bal.. First off, LoA or whatever you want to call 'it' Pretty much psychology I personally stay away from referring to it as LoA due to the misinformation that's out there as well as the shady people trying to make money off of it.
The reason so many people get it wrong is simple, they're not very self aware nor are they very in tune with themselves and what they believe. And they'll try to use the "LoA" as a way to get more 'things' which really just satisfies ones ego and comes from a place of lack. They use it as a tool, as a means to an end. Biology doesn't halt just because someone "fully accepts themselves". Simple as that. Success rate of 0. Where'd you get that statistic? But whatever the actual number, your question is an invalid one. Yes, I know that sounds silly, but it's really to show you how silly YOUR question is because "LoA" works even "negatively" put in quotations because human perception is what labels things as positive or negative when really, the universe is 'neutral' and things don't happen as a way to punish us Whatever the success rate is of achieving goals And it largely depends on how people go about it anyway, and we all know how good people are at understanding "LoA" Most are looking for shortcuts when they set goals.
That's still "LoA" btw I've learned to enjoy the process and take inspired action. To be in the present moment, happy with yourself, and grateful for what you have. So what's this nonsense you're spouting? Dunno what books you've read, but that is totally false. Nothing is perfect and the "LoA" I subscribe to doesn't say what you've described. Visualizing is only one tool of LoA The perfect relationship and perfect diet are total BS. Notice how both of those things, in order to have them 'appear' in your life, depend on the relationship one has with themselves:.
Doesn't get any easier to understand than that. The key isn't to go from 0 to from eating fast food regularly to becoming vegetarian, for example. The mind cannot make such a huge switch in a short amount of time due to all the patterns one has developed over the years. Again, psychology So simple yet so many get it wrong. There is no "perfect" diet. But when you have enough respect for your body, you would definitely have the motivation to stick to transition.
First of all, the reason many people don't get the LoA to work for them is because of subconscious programming. People think that it's just about your words. It's about how your subconscious mind thinks about it. We were born saying that we need to struggle to get to what we want. This is not always true. We were put into that mindset of struggling a lot of times that it started to take over our life.
Whatever you did was the result of LoA too. You didn't believe in that stuff initially did you? Your article has the keypoints that many people miss upon when they are coming across the LoA. This article can explain where people make mistakes in the LoA. As a psychologist, you should know that we have thoughts a day and most of them are not conscious. In that case how are you supposed to know that you were thinking so subconsciously? In fact, LoA users use their subconscious mind as a great asset.
The truth about the law of attraction is actually simple. Things happen faster when you let go and be patient. If you keep worrying about it, you are thinking about lack. What's there to block you? I like the example of gravity that Supernova gave us about the plane notion. Otherwise without gravity we would keep ascending into the depths of space! The same way, you can attract nothing despite LoA actually attracting it for you..
Adding to this, there is still the force of gravity acting on the plane but the net resultant force is upwards. The same way, you think the law of attraction won't work for you but in fact it's the law of attraction giving you the stuff that is needed in order to change your mindset that it will not work for you and hence go to the default issue that many people have. You have the thought that it doesn't work for you. If a professor in Japan proved that words affect the way water crystals form, our. So is the earth. Most of earth is water.
Makes sense why the LoA works now? Look it up online. Also look up above the observer effect. I would like to hear what you have to say, but the manner in which you present yourself doesn't come from a place of intelligence, it seems. It seems that it's more personal, or why would you be acting like that? There's no need to be condescending or get "rattled" like it seems you are, especially if you have all those titles on your name. After reading some of your article and your answer to this commenter I realized even though you read all the books you have very little understanding of LOA.
The goal isn't to amass wealth, cars and material stuff, it is to be happy no matter your situation. When you accomplish that then the physical things you desire will come more easily. This is simplified of course to make it easier for you to understand.. I love your writing on Law Of Attraction. As someone who was semi-indoctrinated at a young age your clear and explicit reasoning on the matter has helped me make sense of things.
I was glad to find your comment, I do like reading the comments, regardless of whether I share a belief, but there are so few who realize that they have simply been indoctrinated or semi-indoctrinated in your case, into what is essentially just the latest religion. I'm glad you found your way away from it and hope you didn't waste too many years of your life on it. I would also want to share my experience with one of the eBook I read, it explains the Meditation indeed has positive effects not only in the body but also in the mind, this book has explain how the people became rich using meditation and subconscious mind and Motivate You To Achieve Anything easily in your life, read the full article from this link go2l.
There is no way you read every LOA book out there. You couldn't even have read Esther Hicks. You are missing just about single facet of the teachings possible. You say it is anecdotal, but your comments on the topic are anecdotal.
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Every critic always jumps to something such as thinking about a sports car or why people suffer. If the teaching were really understood, not one of your comments would have weight. I can smell the rear end hurt fro the article writer though the internet. The responses are so angry. According to Buddhists, Hindus, the answer to the question "why do babies get murdered, etc" is karma and relates to past lives.
There are those who believe in it - those who don't. Just stating that it's one belief. LOA, properly applied and many LOA practitioners do not understand this , does not mean one should not plan, make goals. Hence, it's employing the right techniques in the physical and mental planes. Hello, I really liked how you tried to explain the LOA scientifically and really admire that. However, what I would like to add is this: the dreams you have are not limited to the LOA alone.
You see, what they said is that you can't rely on the law of attraction alone. It's basically the same thing as thinking to yourself you're hungry an expect food to magically appear in front of you. The LOA only works when you think positively and make the effort. The positivity boosts the spirit and the will to do more things, as well as focusing on your goals with no distractions. That's the same thing as negative thoughts with the LOA, if you think negatively, then your overall well-being will decrease as well will, happiness, etc.
That's, what I think, many people have confused the LOA with. They confuse the LOA with wishful thinking. The difference is that the LOA only boosts the well-being and decreases it if negative as well as making the effort while wishful thinking is just plainly waiting for things to happen. Manifestation Miracle changed the game for me. My life before was very scattered. I had a direction, got thrown off course again and again and was close to giving up at times. Although my acting career was taking off, my health was heading downhill.
I run a blog that is totally not-for-profit and has no commercial aims whatsoever unconventional wisdom, uk site. You might like to check out my post on the law of attraction entitled 'A new religion is growing: belief in the law of attraction and human 'energies' which reviews the scientific claims of the LoA. Unfortunately, this author has an extremely superficial understanding of the LOA.
While he may claim to have read all of the books, he clearly didn't understand them. He really isn't to blame as unfortunately many of the books written on the LOA are written by people that do not fully understand it themselves.
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The statement that positive thoughts always bring positive things is a faulty premise that is not at the basis of the LOA. In sum, he does not believe in it, therefore evidence of its existence cannot come into his experience and he filters the information he does see to confirm his beliefs and his conviction that the LOA isn't true grows bigger. That is the law of attraction in action. I do hope that the people who read this article will be guided by their inner wisdom to search for the truth.
Dear Anonymous, Thanks for your comments. Since you obviously have advanced knowledge on how to use a law of attraction, I assume that you have achieved all of your goals and fulfilled all of your dreams. Now you are a very rich millionaire trying to help the rest of us. Actually, you wouldn't be doing that because as LOA founder Wallace Wattles said "do not talk about poverty You are correct that I do not believe in a law of attraction. This is not an emotional argument. It is based on scientific research on mind-brain science, visualization, focusing on perfection, mindfulness, and positive psychology.
You claim that "positive thoughts always resulting in positive things" is not the basis of the LOA. In part you are correct. The foundational basis in science, as I alluded to in the article was that thought stuff particles travel through ether not air and interact with formless stuff to create whatever it is that you are thinking about.
This was how "the law" started. Clement Stone promoted the belief that this is a universal law in which you attract only what you are thinking about. Please tell me why you don't believe that Positive only attracts Positive is not an essential component of the LOA and what original sources you are referencing to support this claim.
The fact that we build evidence to support our beliefs is not evidence that a law of attraction exists.
Why do innocent babies attract negativity that causes them to be in the ICU with fatal illnesses? Why do happy children get hit by cars or murdered by terrorists? Why do people who cheat and lie and abuse others, sometimes prosper and become leaders in society? If we are using anecdotal evidence to support claims, I will have plenty of examples. Positive thoughts lead to positive attitudes and positive behaviors. Positive people have more friends, better relationships, better jobs, get more promotions, are healthier and have improved immune systems. This is positive psychology, not a metaphysical phenomenon.
It forms the basis of a Principle of Attraction in which Like tends to and often attracts Like You can read more about it in my book. Besides being catty, unprofessional and angry in your long rant, you also seemed to have distorted what those books on law of attraction said, or you didn't understand them. Do you know everything about everything?
Where we go after we die and all that? Maybe there are things you don't. To answer some of your questions: reincarnation, the mind-body connection and the fact that most people pretend to be happy because it's more socially acceptable would explain a lot of them Mr. Knowitall Jesse Taylor , Thank you for taking the time to criticize me.
My day was not complete until I received your critical evaluation of my emotional state and my lack of intellect. I do feel sorry for you, but this is not anger. This is a free country and free society and you are free to believe anything you desire and free to waste your time as you see fit.
You can smoke cigarettes as well. They will harm you and that is your choice. Same as a belief in a LOA. As a friend of mine says, don't try too hard to help those who are putting their faith in useless methods, in the end it leaves more for those who are actually working towards achieving their goals and not depending on the universe to give it to you. No, Jesse, I do not believe that I know everything. Nor have I ever claimed to even know a billionth of everything. I do not know where we go after we die.
As far as I know, I have never died before - although who knows? Apparently, you know the answers to these questions. We are reincarnated? I guess I'll take your word for it. Just like I'll take your word for it that the LOA exists And Santa? I'm not trying to convince you of anything because you have a faith-based system in which you believe, rely on and have been able to achieve every goal of which you've ever dreamt.
My article was meant for those people with open minds who, like LOA expert John Assaraf has stated are the I do not claim to know the right way and it certainly isn't the only way. There are many paths to success. I am just not wasting my time on a fictitious law that has such a low return rate. My techniques have provided me with abundance and I am trying to help others do the same.
Jesse, I was thinking the same. I've never heard a "professional" man of his age, speaking like such a catty little 15 year old girl. I came to this article looking for evidence to discredit the LOA. I just can't seem to take anything he wrote seriously because of his unprofessionalism.
Very narrsassitic. Absolutely, Emily. What is up with this article? I thought a website like this would be credible? Now you're saying this:. Finding that online is not scientific proof. We're you alive in ? Did you meet any of these people? Did they tell you why they made the LOA concept? You really don't know for sure. Neither does anyone that believes in LOA. None of us we're there. Who knows if it even happened. But don't call yourself a guy that likes to look at the "data" when you can;t even prove the data yourself.
People living today have the same access to the original creators' texts online as people in had in printed books. It's exactly the same material. You're essentially arguing against yourself because asserting that no one knows for sure about it would have to apply to the people in as well.
Your argument is an appeal to ignorance, which is a logical fallacy. The text in the creators' books is precisely the data he's referring to, a intellectual creation that has absolutely no scientific basis. A person is stronger in faith when it is substantiated by knowledge, which itself is supported by data and facts. But that's a generalization, your second logical fallacy.
There's certainly quite a few in the world who are not people of faith. If you don't believe then the universe always will give you evidence of that belief good or bad. I suggest giving it an honest effort. I challenge you to read my article see below give it an honest try and then say you don't believe. Not a shameless plug just a tip from someone who is been studying this "stuff" for over 16 years and getting amazing results in my life.
Not caviar and yachts I get wrapped up in the day-to-day nonsense just like everyone else and get carried away with spending more time thinking about what I don't want them what I do. But when I do get focused and think on purpose I can give many examples. And trust me when the day comes when I decide that I do want caviar and yachts Stacy, Thank you for your comments. Hard to be positive when talking about the LOA. It's focus on blaming is pervasive. I am a positive psychologist and have proposed a new way of looking at attraction called the Principle of Attraction.
As a Principle, like tends to attract like. Positive thoughts, feelings, actions, and words often attracts positivity It's not a law, it's a principle, based on positive and social psychology. Please check out my book and read more about it That's like the doctor saying to the hopeful family member of a dying loved one "expect the worst and hope for the best" good luck with that!
Like attracts like. You clearly don't believe in LOA so the universe is serving you that proof on a silver platter. Plain and simple. Let's see which one of us can prove there is no gravity No changing that. I hope your research is used to help the countless individuals wasting away their lives waiting for "LOA" to help them out of their situations. Thanks Minn, I completely agree with you. It invokes deep-seated emotional fervor and believers are not willing to look at this with open eyes.
Yet they criticize that those who don't believe are closed-minded. Thanks for commenting. I appreciate some supportive words on the practical side of the fence. There's an old saying, perhaps you've heard it, "consider the source"? Hello Jennifer, Yes, I am familiar with that phrase, although not sure how it applies to this situation. I am the source and you would like me to consider myself? I do not have an employer. Psychology Today provides a forum for articles and discussions. They do not hire me or pay me. They are not the source of this information.
I take full responsibility for the content. Your second point is an interesting discussion. You are correct that in its infancy, psychology was criticized for claiming to be a scientific field and not living up to that assertion by performing quality research. I believe that this question has been put to rest as the rigors of publishing in psychology require randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled trials.
It would be impossible to publish research in any respectable peer-reviewed psychology journal that was not up to this high standard with concomitant rigorous statistical analyses. These are the standards in psychology. When someone comes up with a new theory in psychology or any other science, for that theory to be of any use, it has to be able to make predictions and those predictions have to be verifiable. If there is no way to disprove a theory, it can explain everything that happens, yet it doesn't predict anything specific that can be tested, it is considered a poor theory.
Finally, the term pseudoscience refers to beliefs that are based mistakenly on scientific method. Psychology is based on scientific method, whether you respect that or not is your choice. I am trained as a "hard science" PhD in Pharmacology and do understand scientific method.