The Law of Attraction is not a brand new concept, yet it seems so to many because it has so recently begun to spill over into mainstream circles. And it is not uncommon for a new idea to be shunned by the masses initially.
The great 19th Century German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer was well-known
for having stated this about any new idea:
“All truth passes through three stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.”
~ Arthur Schopenhauer
As far as the Law of Attraction goes, I believe we are moving through the end of stage two of Schopenhauer’s theory and are well on our way to stage three.
It is certainly my intention to be a catalyst to accelerate that process. Because as I have written already and will continue to repeat again and again, there is important work to be done and each of us has a part in that work. It all starts with the work we do for and on ourselves.
The truth is the truth, regardless of whether we are willing to accept it. The truth is the truth, even if we choose to ignore it. The truth is still the truth, even if we don’t understand it. The truth is still the truth, even if we do not know that the truth exists. And the truth is still the truth, no matter what we CHOOSE to believe. And the key here is that there is a choice. We always have the choice and we constantly make a choice. We make that choice with virtually everything we see, hear, feel and experience in any way. Is this real? Is this true?
The truth is that the Law of Attraction is at work in your life right now. But if you aren’t ready to accept the Law of Attraction as truth, I would encourage you to simply try playing a little trick on yourself. For just a little while, can you at least suspend your disbelief? Give yourself the opportunity to learn about this amazing force that drives the mechanics of your life. What have you got to lose?
You may choose to disagree at first. You may choose to resist. You may choose to laugh, scoff or venture that this is all my opinion or even that I’m not in my right mind. But if you are willing to at least go out on that long limb for a little while and accept that what I choose to share with you may have some element of truth, you will find some very pleasant adventures awaiting you in the process.
Because the truth is still the truth, no matter what we choose to believe.