Friday, September 10, 2010

Law Of Attraction: Is This For Lazy People ~ Dealing With Misconceptions

I read some feedback in an online group from a person who believed that the Law of Attraction teaches laziness. Afterall, they reasoned, there is no reason to actually do anything if you can truly be, do, and have whatever you want simply by thinking of it. So does that mean that we can all sit around thinking without taking action? Absolutely not!

The movie “The Secret” is one of many sources that introduces the law of attraction to the masses; however, it left many people with an oversimplified explanation of this Universal Law. If you don’t continue seeking to understand Law of Attraction once you’ve been introduced to it, you may indeed have misconceptions such as this one about negating action.

The problem for many people is that they try to make everything happen through their action alone. They don’t understand their power as a spiritual being whose thoughts are always creating. They believe that their hard work, blood, sweat, and tears are the keys to their success. Unfortunately, this way of life often leads to frustration, depression, fear, anxiety, and a slew of other negative emotions.

Joy and success come more naturally to those who, instinctively or otherwise, pre-pave life experiences through thoughts that align with their desires. You may look at such people and say that everything they touch turns to gold, but it is time for you to realize that you can say the same for yourself.

Yes, your thoughts are powerful creative tools that make your reality. Yes, you can be, do, and have whatever you desire. Yes, your thoughts cause you to either allow or disallow that which you desire. And your entire life flows better when you deliberately choose the thoughts that create the perfect environment for your action. But what would life be like if we completely eliminated the action part of the equation—quite boring and unlike living.

A joyful life is not one void of action; it is one full of inspired action. And it is up to you to decide if you will begin replacing your random, ineffective, frenzied actions with inspired actions.


Note:  This article is not my own and I do not practise plagiarism.  You can find this original article sourced from http://www.attractionsaga.com/lawofattraction-action.html.  Please visit the site to find more of the author's work.


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