Category Archives: Law of Attraction

What does gravity and synchronicity look like?

Gravity has another name–synchronicity;  it’s a particular kind of synchronicity, the kind that deals with objects of mass whereas synchronicity is that mysterious convergence of events/people/ideas we often attribute to mere coincidence.  But what if synchronicity, like gravity, is predictable and always true?  What if both operated along the same law, different frequencies?  The former applies to ideas and thoughts while the latter applies to objects of mass.  What would that look like?

We know that apples fall off of trees down to Earth, but how exactly does Earth predictably attract apples to itself?  Albert Einstein gave us a plausible explanation when he published his Theory of General Relativity in 1916.  Einstein could ‘see’ space… at least enough to describe it with equations anyway.

According to Einstein’s theory, space is invisible to our eyes, but is itself a thing and profoundly impacts the universe and everything in it, in predictable ways.   Continue reading

Gravity, synchronicity, and magic

Portrait by Godfrey Kneller, 1689

One of the peculiar features of physics, discovered by Sir Isaac Newton in the 17th century, is the predictable attractive force of mass. Mass attracts mass. Hmmm.

How or why, you ask? We still don’t know the answers to that. Here we are in the 21st century and the phenomenon that mass attracts mass is still magic. Newton himself could not explain how or why and this truly boggled his mind. 

But just because he couldn’t understand why mass attracts mass did not stop him from producing the practical and well-applied laws of physics related to the phenomenon. The measure of how fast a certain body of mass attracts other mass is what we call gravityContinue reading

Using the law of manifestation

Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.

Albert Einstein

The law of manifestation states: our reality is a product of what we visualize and believe.
I view this law as a necessary sequel to the law of attraction. It is the goal-oriented second step naturally following the information gathering first step. The implications of the law are profound. It says that there is a ‘matrix’ and not only that, but we can alter it too, at will. Unlike the film however, this matrix is a product of nature, not of machines. Reality as it turns out, is fluid–a flexible construct highly influenced by our ‘touch’ and how we shape it.

Using the law of attraction and how it works

The law of attraction simply states that like attracts like.

My own failed use
I think I first heard of the law of attraction from Rhonda Byrne’s 2006 film ‘The Secret’. Along with probably a whole host of people after watching the film, I promptly wrote myself a check for several million dollars. (What? It’s not cheap to live in paradise).

For several days, I imagined and tried to be convincingly thrilled about the reality of such a windfall of money landing somehow, mysteriously in my lap. In retrospect, I could have at least used the likeness of a Publishers Clearing House check (not my own check, like how real would that be?) and I could have at least entered a sweepstake to have a chance at the prospect.

But I didn’t enter a sweepstake or even buy a lotto ticket. How exactly then did I expect to win free money? I left it to the universe to figure it out and I waited for a sign. Suffice it to say, no million dollar windfall landed on my doorstep.

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The Strangest Secret

If you know what your passion is, but don’t exactly know how to go about implementing it, Earl Nightingale’s ~30 minute recording of ‘The Strangest Secret’ is for you…and me too. In it he reveals, how we don’t need to understand every detail of a master plan before starting on our goal. Earl Nightingale shares his conviction that there is a larger force conspiring with each of us to achieve the work we are really meant to do.

If that’s true then, H a l l e l u j a h. I am often immobilized by not fully knowing how to get from point A to point Z. Or perhaps my end goal of working remotely from anywhere (at home or on the go) is so vastly different from my current situation of an 8 to 5 desk job that I get a little discouraged or feel stuck.

Thankfully Earl Nitingale’s conviction is contagious. Listen to the record.

He says all we need to activate the strangest secret is to hold our goal before us and imagine we are already at point Z. This is how we communicate to the powers that be exactly where we want to go. At once the mystery of the universe responds, giving us clues on how to get from our starting point to the next.

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