What people think of me is none of my business. I want to, in tandem with episodes from my life, show how this philosophy gets reconciled with truth, peace, spiritual growth and integrity. And furthermore, how anyone can achieve this impeccable ideal. Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of crazy-makers, gossip-mongerers, chaos junkies, and provocateurs of drama triangles. Learn to quit being a victim of other peoples’ words. [Hints and specific instructions included.]
The Law of Attraction is a buzz word these days isn’t it? So is the book name, The Secret. And although I have vaguely discussed how this seemingly relatively new and popular theosophy has come into being, I have also discussed and shared that The Secret was by no means the first to introduce the concept of metaphysical attraction or the Law of Attraction, or attracting abundance, or whatever new meme-speak you want to call it.
The Law of Attraction is not new. Contrary to the pop culture at the moment with the introduction of a now popular book, this concept is more than thousands of years old. Although I’ll eventually get to that, I wanted this article to show how very simple manifesting our reality into existence really is. Yes simple. Though, if you’ve read any of my other articles you’ll see it’s not always so easy to apply. But read this article for yourself to start with and later I’ll address issues surrounding application of the principles that I’ve run into [and maybe you have too?] and under no circumstances do not ever purchase anything you cannot afford that promises abundance. They can no more promise your successful application than I can. But I promise to help you do your best - at no cost.
What does this statement mean and should we be striving for peace as heavily as we do? Is there something that we’re overlooking first? With the USA on fire with political divisiveness I can’t help but think: While one side scrambles to make sense from nonsense, is the other side begging for peace at all costs? I wonder if something may be getting overlooked.
Through non-violence Gandhi led a nation to independence. He said “The science of war leads one to dictatorship, pure and simple. The science of non- violence alone can lead one to pure democracy…The states that are today nominally democratic have either to become frankly totalitarian or, if they are to become truly democratic, they must become courageously non-violent.” March 19th will mark the 4 year anniversary of the U.S. being in Iraq.