Has anyone had success using the Secret, aka Law of Attraction?

Question by jane: Has anyone had success using the Secret, aka Law of Attraction?
Has anyone had any success using The Secret?
The Secret, in case you haven’t heard, involves the Law of Attraction.. attracting what you think about the most and pulling things into your life that you need by concentrating positively on it. i need to land a job interview and start making money to better the life of my family!! Good luck to all of you in your attempts with the Law of Attraction.

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Answer by Alter_Ego
the law of self hypnosis? The law of attraction seems to be an overly orchestrated myth by those that perhaps believe in the minds-eye theology. Personally, it seems like a bunch of whooie.

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    • catawhumpus
    • September 3, 2012

    Yes, I was getting bored, than God sent me a flood and that kept me busy the rest of the year. Careful how you phrase your desires 😛

    • Shrieking Panda
    • September 3, 2012

    Tremendous success! And I use it with clients/patients who also have seen huge changes. If you look at The Secret web site you’ll find all sorts of stories people have sent in.

    It makes complete sense – decide what it is you want, start to move in that direction and you’ll get closer to it. That’s all it is. The nuances are more complex but think about it.

    If you don’t know what you want are you ever going to get to where you want to be? No.

    And so many of our “problems” are self-imposed. If you are looking for a job and thinking, “I’ll never get hired” isn’t that going to affect how you interview? How you present yourself?

    This is simple science, people. It’s internal motivation – if you really want something and you can visualize it and feel what it would be like to have that thing you’ll be more motivated internally to do what is necessary to have it.

    A concrete example: last fall I saw a medical device I really wanted to buy but thought, “It’s WAY too expensive.” But still, I really wanted it. So, I began to visualize myself with it, really felt what it would be like to have it, to use it with patients, to see the results (and I’d had the pleasure of using it before with great results at someone else’s clinic).

    I found myself earning extra cash here and there, getting more clients, spending less friviously on other things because I kept that vision in my head. I’m going up to purchase the tool today!

    We are constantly in thought. Don’t you do better at a job where the boss and people you work with say, “You’re amazing! You were BORN to do this job!” and give you awards and bonuses and raises?

    What a lot of people are wandering around saying to themselves is, “You’re so stupid.” “You screw everything up.” “Why would anyone want to be friends with you?” etc. That impacts how we feel and what we attract as well. OBVIOUSLY! But we don’t think about that.

    The Law of Attraction says – think about how you talk to yourself. It will affect how you feel, how you behave and thus what you attract. Makes perfect sense.

    The Law of Attraction just makes sense if you look at it logically. And since you’re already using it (just like gravity) you might as well use it to your advantage!

    • True Deceptions
    • September 3, 2012

    It’s a load of garbage.

    Overall I’m a pretty smart person, and, I’m not so easily deceived.

    The ‘law of attraction’ almost perfectly mimics some principals and laws of witchcraft.

    So, anyone that uses ‘the secret’ is… A WITCH!

    No escaping it, the people who came up with it are a bunch of stealing fools, who are only in it for the money.

    Don’t buy in to it. It doesn’t work. They can’t just create natural laws at their silly little whims. You cannot attract a perfect life.

    • tehabwa
    • September 3, 2012

    In the sense of some sort of magic, no.

    Mere thought doesn’t “pull things to you” — your desires need to be realistic, and you have to realistically go about achieving them.

    So, having a positive attitude and being well-prepared for a job interview MAY help you get the job (it depends on a lot of things, such as whether there’s someone else more qualified).

    But merely visualizing does nothing.

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