“I think that when we look for love courageously, it reveals itself, and we wind up attracting even more love. If one person really wants us, everyone does. But if we’re alone, we become even more alone. Life is strange.” – Paulo Coelho
Daily Nugget of Gold 1214
Mutual Negative Attraction
Okay, we covered the positive mutual attraction last time, now let’s briefly take a look at the other side of this. Remember, The Law of Attraction isn’t only a law which works for our benefit- it’s a law that can work to our detriment, too. This isn’t any more negative than the laws which govern motion or electricity, however. With all natural laws, if we don’t use caution, we can get hurt. It’s wonderful to get where we’re going quickly on an interstate highway, it’s tragic if we hit a cement bridge abutment, though, isn’t it? It’s great to have electricity provide air conditioning on a hot summer day, it’s tragic if we grab hold of a live wire in a puddle of water.
So what about the negative side of The Law of Attraction? Suppose we are thinking we are likely to get sick, what goes on there? Well, most doctors and scientists would say that many diseases of the human body are caused by germs. If we believe we are likely to get sick, then our subconscious mind might lower our immune response allowing germs to invade, after all- we’re imagining in our mind that it will happen. Another explanation of what may be going on here when we have this negative mindset is that the germs that could cause sickness are actually attracted to us as a host! They want to live, thrive, and multiply by their natural instincts, too.
If we fear we will be robbed we’d be sending out the vibe of that fear, and a robber may unconsciously pick up on it. People say that dogs can “smell fear” but there are all sorts subtle communications happening even between humans. Robbers do look for people and places to rob, they look for the opportunity to do it when they think they can get away with it, and they seek to have the effort pay off by choosing a victim with something they want, like money or jewelery. Our fear advertizes the fact that we have something of value ripe for the picking, loud and clear to the perceptive crook.
Whenever something negative happens in our lives we want to take a step back and examine what strong emotional thoughts we were having before that occurred. Keeping in mind that our thoughts control to a great extent what our reality will be enables us to make better thought choices in the future. What’s the easiest way to do that? Keep ourselves feeling good, staying in the best of moods as much as we can. The more we do that, the more likely we won’t be sending out thoughts of sickness, fear, jealousy, or anger. Does this make sense to you?
Question of the Day to Ask Ourselves
“What can I do to improve my inner mood throughout the day?”
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