The Law of Attraction [NOOK Book]

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For years self-help gurus have taught about The Law of Attraction - the idea that you can get what you want simply by creating a clear mental picture of what you desire and using your imagination to see it with your mind's eye.

It all sounds very tempting doesn't it - but is there really any such thing as...
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The Law of Attraction

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Overview

For years self-help gurus have taught about The Law of Attraction - the idea that you can get what you want simply by creating a clear mental picture of what you desire and using your imagination to see it with your mind's eye.

It all sounds very tempting doesn't it - but is there really any such thing as the Law of Attraction or is it just a myth?

One of the most well-documented theories of New Age thought, the Law of Attraction suggests that you will always encounter, in your life, those things which you think about on a regular basis.

My own belief is that opportunity surrounds us every day of our lives but we tend to miss most of it simply because of what our minds are focused on.

But you can learn how to harness this law to bring you what you want.

There are many ideas, which have persisted throughout the course of human history, that have been blended to form the theory, so understanding it may take some time and research. However, because this 'law' essentially proposes you can achieve pretty-much anything you want simply by changing your thinking patterns, it remains one of the most interesting ideas to have been championed in recent years.

Though the basic idea itself has come under attack from a number of sources, anecdotal evidence at least, suggests that some correlation between thoughts and future experiences might well exist on some level. If nothing else, the proposal encourages people to consider the overall scope of their thoughts and emotions; and that can be no bad thing.

Many would argue that personal attributes such as the ability to maintain a positive attitude have a great effect on the circumstances of life; and so, at the root, our basic thinking might be found to be the ultimate cause of many positive and negative experiences in life.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012426291
  • Publisher: Nook Ebook
  • Publication date: 4/26/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,139,842
  • File size: 587 KB

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