The Law of Attraction has become a real hot button for people on the quest for true wealth, success and self-fulfillment. However, the method revealed in the movie and book:”The Secret” is theat worst level. They teach that all that you need do is: dream it, believe it and the receive it. This is kind of the “Alice through the Looking Glass” approach to the and would only work for you if you had the faith of a saint. I mean that miracles do happen but only through blind faith. As a result of so many people being disappointed, a number of other products have been produced. In these newer products they add the step of taking “inspired action” to get results from the Law of Attraction. This, too, has led to a great deal of disappointment.
While I am a great believer in the Law of Attraction, the term “inspired action” is a stumbling block. Followers of thebecome so hyped with “inspired action” that they end up doing nothing at all and the result is that once again, the fails to work for them.
The problem is that until we take an action-any action, weknow if it was inspired or not. The human mind has an incredible propensity to want perfection and when we get an idea, solution or an opportunity, our mind (conscious and subconscious) will start making judgements as to how inspired this idea is and it is almost a certainty that the judgement will be the idea is not inspired and as a result, we take no action at all.
What we must do when we get an idea is take immediate action upon it.let the mind prejudge an idea before we give it a chance to work. If it works out for us, then we know that the idea was inspired and if it appears that we are not getting results then we can decide with some certainty that the action we took was not inspired. The fact is we know until we try and if we make then we will never try and the will never work for us.
The Law of Attraction does work but not if we
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