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Is the Law of Attraction the Perfect Scam?
Did you ever seen the original Terminator movie?
There was one part where the psychologist is saying that Reese is crazy, and that his belief in the Terminators being from the future is the perfect fantasy because it doesn’t require a shred of evidence.
The Law of Attraction is just like that!
Whether you are a believer or a non-believer there is absolutely no way to prove that you are right – or that you are wrong.
Much like the concept of religion, you see what you want to see when it comes to the Law of Attraction.
Believers will tell you that everything they manifested was a direct result of them properly following the LOA principles.
However, non-believers will try some of the techniques, not see astounding results, and exclaim (if I may borrow James Arthur Ray’s comments):
To once again compare conscious creation to religion, most people will say that having faith or belief is the key to invoking the almighty powers that be.
However, just like religion, if you see (or don’t see) results when using the Law of Attraction it is quite impossible to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that the LOA was responsible for your results – or lack thereof.
This becomes even more apparent (and non-believers will love this) when the acquisition of dreams by people who use the LOA always and only end up coming about as the result of very down-to-earth and explainable events.
Believers will say that those events would never have happened if it hadn’t been for their faith and proper application of the methods, while non-believers will say that the whole thing is a bunch of nonsense.
Who is right?
What if someone were to come up to you and ask you for irrefutable evidence that your faith in and proper practice of your religion was responsible for some amazing turn of events in your life?
Could you prove scientifically that your religion was the direct and only cause for that turn of events?
And before someone calls out the dogs and wants to burn me at the stake for sacrilege, I am not saying that people should not honor their religious beliefs.Quite to the contrary, actually.
If your belief in your religion and your faith in your deity is what allows you to believe that you need to make a conscious effort to live a proper lifestyle, and that you will be rewarded for doing so, then by all means, please keep the faith.
After all, that is exactly what is expected of LOA believers. There are methods and systems for properly and deliberately creating the life that you want to live, and if you fail to honor those guidelines, you don’t get what you wanted.
So, is the whole Law of Attraction thing just a scam that is being pulled on the world at large just to line the pockets of a few choice individuals?
Or maybe it is just a belief system that provides a guideline for how to live a prosperous and wonderful life.
There is no way to know, because as I mentioned before, the entire thing – whether you believe it or not – does not require a shred of scientific evidence.
You know. Just like religion.