Every action sends an energy out that the world responds to “Like a stone thrown into the water, thought produces ripples and waves which spread out over the great ocean of thought. There is this difference, however: the waves on the water move only on a level plane in all directions, whereas thought waves move in all directions from a common center, just as do the rays from the sun” (Atkinson). Whether its noticed and understood or not, the brain controls everything in your life. People are able to create the reality they want. This idea may sound crazy at this point, but it is really an easy concept to grasp. For example, if someone sees, for some unknown reason, that cars are bad, and they will never get in one then that is their reality. They will go their whole life without getting in a vehicle, and that will alter their whole life to form around that reality. People must have an open mind and some sense of understanding of the power people have to truly be able to apply the law of attraction. This is not some black magic. People can not sit in their rooms and think about being rich and then wake up and become rich, but they just might wake up and begin to alter their reality to set them on the course they ...
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...come the feelings, but I did. Guess what happened then... sure enough, I was the one who got the job offer. There was little chance of me ever being chosen, but I was, and I KNOW I was the one who made that happen“(“Behind the Secret”). Personal success is an individual milestone that each person must individually define.
First, understanding the law of attraction and acknowledging the power this concept has to alter a particular person 's life is powerful. When the law of attraction is then applied in a person’s life to get what is desired, they are now more powerful than just understanding the concept. Human brains are the strongest tools humans have, more powerful than anything physical. Human brains have the power to destroy and create. People must truly harness the power of their brains if they wish to be the true masters of their lives. It is all in ones head.
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