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Well, congratulations doc. I had thought that I'd heard all of the possible excuses for maintaining a belief in a law of attraction.
However, your explanation of why children and babies get sick or murdered or abused is because they pick up bad thoughts from adults???
1 day old babies with congenital heart disease who die during surgery and your law of attraction tells you to blame the babies because they heard parental negativity in the womb?
To be clear, as a practitioner of the law of attraction, you believe that what you think, you attract. All victims of wrongdoing and illness have brought thins on themselves. Rape victims, Cancer victims. Hurricane victims. Victims of 9/11. Holocaust victims. Newborn babies with fatal illnesses.
It's all their faults. This is what I tried to explain in the Blame the Victim section of the article. I thank you for being an example of this dangerous form of thinking.
When I tell people that this is what it really means to believe in a law of attraction, they don't believe me. They say, that's ridiculous. We don't control everything in the universe. But you are a perfect example of the negative, blame the victim side of the LOA. I understand, appreciate, and respect that maintaining this perspective is consistent with your beliefs in the LOA. My personal belief is that this is not healthy for you, others with whom you connect, or for society in general.
May the law of attraction give you what you deserve for blaming others.
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