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proof for the law of attraction (4 of 5): the power of disbelief and skepticism

Posted on: August 19, 2011

We’ve asked the question: Is the Law of Attraction real? And I’ve given a couple of examples. Yet you may have a difficult time believing in it – especially if you’ve had many struggles. It’s difficult to conceive of things being so radically different – or maybe you can only conceive of change happening in certain aspects of your life, and not in others.

So perhaps you’re choosing to be skeptical and not believe in the Law of Attraction… or limiting its scope. Guess what? You may in fact be creating your own limitations. Why? Because the following statement goes both ways:

Where your thoughts go, energy flows.

Now, this actually includes both thoughts and emotions – meaning that if you have a daily affirmation, but emotionally you are still stuck in an old feeling and belief – it’s not going to change. And by continuing to reinforce your belief that it’s not real, you simply make it not work for you.

Keep in mind – the Law of Attraction is simply the latest iteration of a practice that’s been around for thousands of years. It’s not new. But remember the essence:

You are a Co-Creator, along with Divine Source, of Your World.

Part 5: Is there an exception to the Law of Attraction? Am I responsible for absolutely everything?

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