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Whoever Named the “Law of Attraction” Got It Wrong

My problem is with the word attraction. “Like attracts like.” From the word I get the idea that if you do everything right, the Universe will plug in a big electromagnet and suck what you want to you.

I picture the magnet as having a bunch knobs, switches and buttons. I take aim at a BMW M3 Sedan. First, I have to align the vibration perfectly until I get a lock. Then I rev up my frequency by adjusting the joy-o-meter. When I get it in perfect alignment I push the engage button. It starts moving towards me. I keep it steady as it goes.

It starts to slip. Quickly I engage the contrast dampener and it catches again. It’s moving closer. Now I’m getting interference from an old habit of thought that questions my worthiness. I switch on the HopoPocoLoco Sedona tapping method and balance the Qi. I keep adjusting until I overcome the cultural template of “BMW’s are driven by evil, greedy people.”

If I continue to work at it get everything right, I get the Beemer. But if I don’t, the car falls into the depths of escrow never to be seen again.

Seems like a lot of work to me. Luckily, it doesn’t happen that way. The way it does happen is easy-peasy.

Fortunately, we live in a dynamic universe where the illusions of time and continuity serve us only by organizing our experiences. Creation happens the instant you imagine having the experience. When you create having your BMW, you, in alignment with infinite intelligence, create it complete with a back-story of how you manifested it. Your back-story is so good that not only does it conform to your ideas of continuity and time, it does so in such a way that it doesn’t clash with your cultural templates, limiting ideas or ingrained biases. In other words, you got it.

Walk away. It’s done. Find something else to create. Easy-peasy.

You don’t have to figure out how it works. You can’t get it wrong because the Universe has already sorted it out. The very worst you can do is insist that you don’t have it or can’t have it—and all that does is delay the experience until you get tired of resisting it.

So sit back, put your feet up, enjoy the view and sip some watermelon lemonade. All of creation is working for you.

I’ve been so looking forward to launching this website and implementing the vision that inspired it. What I want to create is a dialog, so please ask questions, comment on what occurs to you, and certainly give your point of view if better describes what is going on. Use the comment section below. If you get inspired to write something, you are probably also acting on behalf of many other people who for one reason or another, feel they can’t respond themselves. Together, let’s build a vortex of energy that raises the vibration of all we can imagine.

If you want a longer, more detailed answer, use the Ask Chip button on the menu. I will use such question as the topics of future blog posts.

Chip

(c)2013 Chip Engelmann