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Thanks for taking the time to comment.
You are obviously well read on the subject of the law of attraction. As such I assume that all of your goals, and dreams have been fulfilled. You are probably sitting on your perfect yacht in the south of France sipping champagne and eating the finest caviar, waiting for your private jet to fly you back to your private island...
I appreciate that man is not advanced enough to understand "the secrets of the universe." However, this law of attraction is not a natural law. It was made up in the late 1800s by men looking to get rich. It was based on what we now know was incorrect science.
1) If there is a LOA, why do babies get sick? Why do Tibetan monks get old? Why do happy, innocent children celebrating a birthday get murdered by terrorists?
2) If the LOA is a perfect universal law, then why do we need to understand it for it to work? Why is the success rate at achieving goals only 0.1%? Gravity works 100% of the time whether or not I believe in it Why stick with a scheme that is so ineffective?
3) "Outcome" visualization necessitated by the law of attraction is far less effective than is "process" visualization. This is not my opinion, this has been shown in scientific research.
4) Research also shows that visualizing a "perfect" relationship or "perfect" diet (as mandated by the law of attraction) leads to a greater chance of failure and less motivation.
There are many reasons, many of which I have discussed in the article to not be fooled into believing in a LOA. I am proposing a scientifically-based goal setting program, that is more effective (in scientific research studies) and more motivating.
I do not have a need to sell a program to people who feel they are benefitting from a belief in a LOA. Of course anybody that believes in the LOA shouldn't be reading articles that dispute it's validity - that's negative!
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