I discovered the Law of Attraction about 3 or 4 years ago, beginning with watching a film called The Secret (UK). This came to me at a time in my life when I thought things couldn’t get any worse, so my desire for relief was so strong, and it came.
Through being aware of Law of Attraction, which in it’s simplest form means you get in your life what you give your attention and focus, I have created some amazing manifestations, consciously and deliberately.
After a while of practising the principles outlined in The Secret, I discovered that this was not a new thing at all, people have been researching and writing about the Law of Attraction for probably centuries. In fact, Jesus Christ himself may have been the most famous Law of Attraction teacher.
However, while The Secret is a marvellous introduction, or ‘dummies guide’ to Law of Attraction, it tells us we can all achieve these manifestations, I now realise it lacked explanation of the power of the emotions to affect the ease and timing of realising those manifestations.
I discovered that older books, sources on which The Secret and other similar texts were based, better satisfied my hunger for more. The book Think and Grow Rich (UK), written by Napoleon Hill in 1937, came about by over 20 years of researching the most successful people of our times, e.g. Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, and discovering they all followed a formula which included imagining the outcome before being anywhere near the result, and focussing so intently on the outcome that it had no option other than to manifest into physical existence.
Florence Scovel Shinn‘s book Your Word is Your Wand (UK), is a favourite of mine too. Although written in the language of the early 20th century, it is a fairly easy read, and the principles are just as relevant today.
Just a few days ago, I heard of another teacher, Neville Goddard, who published The Law and The Promise (UK) in the 1940s. This describes in great detail about going into your imagination and living as if your wishes are already fulfilled, they have already happened. Goddard recounts many stories from people who attended his lectures, followed his teachings and had amazing results. I really enjoyed this book. I’m still feeling really fired up as the last couple of nights before sleep I have imagined in great detail the home and lifestyle I expect to have in the near future.
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Happy reading. Happy Imagining. Happy Creating 😀