What are you thinking about right now?
The Law of Attraction states
that "whatever we think about, we bring about". This law may initially
seem like new age fluff but believe it or not, there are scientific
merits to this proposition. The top quantum physicists of our time have
discovered that our universe and our reality is very much directed by
When studying quantum particles (the smallest observable unit of
matter), these scientists discovered that such particles behave in
accordance with the person conducting the experiment. It the scientists
"predict" that quantum particles behave in a certain way, they do. And
yet, if the scientists "predict" that quantum particles behave in
another way, they do. It is the "observer" that dictates the outcome of
But what does all this mean for us normal people?
Well actually, these
scientific experiments have far reaching implications for us as our
world is made up of these same quantum particles! In this case, we are
the "observer" and hence the creator of our reality, our
world and our experience.
So, be careful of what you think about! For example, have you thoughts
ever begun with the following phrases:
"I don’t understand…"
"I don’t want…"
"I’m frustrated that…"
"I hate my…"
"I can’t figure out…"
"I’m stressed about…"
"I’m worried that…"
"I should be able to… but I can’t…"
"Why am I having so much trouble?"
The Law of Attraction indifferent to the words preceding your thought.
Whatever you think about you will attract into your life. When you
think "I don’t understand why bad things always happen to me?", you are
"attracting" those things into your life. When you think "I want to get
out of debt", you are attracting more debt into your life. When you
think "I’m worried I will get sick", you are attracting sickness into
your life! The Law of Attraction brings about what you focus on even if
it is not what you want. Get it?
If you understand this principle, here are some examples of how to make
the law of attraction work to support you rather than to act against
you. Try observing your thoughts and changing your thinking in the
"I want to get out of debt" to "I want to earn amazing riches."
"I hate my boss" to "I look forward to owning my own business."
"I don’t understand why he is so lazy" to "I love it when he helps out around the house."
"I’m stressed about this project" to "I always create amazing results in my projects."
"I’m worried about getting sick" to "I experience vibrant health daily."
Now that we have a better understanding of the Law of Attraction, it is
no surprise why so many people struggle with regards to money. It is
been said that "the rich get richer while the poor get poorer." This is
actually the Law of Attraction in action. Because the wealthy have
money, they often think about how to best use their money and hence
they attract more money. The poor on the other hand often think about
their present lack of money and unfortunately, that also attracts lack
into their lives. Currently, 96% of the world’s wealth is being earned
by just 1% of the population!
To address this issue, the main teachers behind the movie have launched
a program called "The Science of Getting Rich" and it is based on
employing the law of attraction to create wealth. This amazing program
is based on the principles and philosophies outlined in a book of the
same title written in 1910 by Wallace D Wattles. This is the same book
that inspired the movie.
What is the Science of Getting Rich about? Well in the words of
Wallace D. Wattles, "The ownership of money and property comes as a
result of doing things in a certain way. Those who do things in this
certain way, whether on purpose or accidentally, get rich. Those who do
not do things in this certain way, no matter how hard they work or how
able they are, remain poor. It is a natural law that like causes always
produce like effects. Therefore, any man or woman who learns to do
things in this certain way will infallibly get rich." The Science of
Getting Rich Seminar is all about teaching how to do things in this
"certain" way to create wealth.