Law of Attraction Defined and Explained

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Author: Kevin Baker @ 01/26/16 - 03:24 pm

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It is possible that everything you have read, saw or heard about the law of attraction is quite frankly not true.

Starting with definitions brings some clarity because as usual there are infinite perceptions of each word.

Merriam Webster's
Full Definition of law

a (1) : a binding custom or practice of a community : a rule of conduct or action prescribed or formally recognized as binding or enforced by a controlling authority (2) : the whole body of such customs, practices, or rules (3) : common law b (1) : the control brought about by the existence or enforcement of such law (2) : the action of laws considered as a means of redressing wrongs; also : litigation (3) : the agency of or an agent of established law c : a rule or order that it is advisable or obligatory to observe d : something compatible with or enforceable by established law e : control, authority

a often capitalized : the revelation of the will of God set forth in the Old Testament b capitalized : the first part of the Jewish scriptures : pentateuch, torah — see bible table

3: a rule of construction or procedure

4: the whole body of laws relating to one subject

a : the legal profession b : law as a department of knowledge : jurisprudence c : legal knowledge

a : a statement of an order or relation of phenomena that so far as is known is invariable under the given conditions b : a general relation proved or assumed to hold between mathematical or logical expressions

If we are going to talk about the law of the universe lets start out by realizing that any man made definition is bias.

I feel that 6 a: is the one that points to the reality that we so far do not actually understand what we are trying so hard to define.

a : a statement of an order or relation of phenomena that so far as is known is invariable under the given conditions

The word Attraction

Merriam Webster's

Full Definition of attraction

a : the act, process, or power of attracting b : personal charm

2: the action or power of drawing forth a response : an attractive quality

3: a force acting mutually between particles of matter, tending to draw them together, and resisting their separation

4: something that attracts or is intended to attract people by appealing to their desires and tastes

I feel that 1 a: is the one that depicts the process.

a : the act, process, or power of attracting

Before you continue do realize that what I write is my own bias and may or may not be what you perceive is a reality.

There are so many ways this apparent law of attraction can be sold. We are narcissistic to the point of greed and OCB is a genetic built in behavior that can and is easily exploited.

The bias part

My perception is thus as simply as I can put forth.

What you intend for others will find you

If you want money, want money to help others, it will find you.

If you want for your self, this is chasing and results in chasing it away as this creates two polarities of equal properties.

In conclusion and never the end
till next time, tips hat


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