Secret Law of Attraction
Have you ever wondered how hugely successful Hollywood stars who appear to have everything in life anyone could end up committing suicide? Despite the outside appearances these people believe they are trapped in a situation that can’t ever get better, in short, their misery appears to be permanent.
Permanency does not exist in any form in our world. Everything living, everything nature placed here and everything we build will eventually crumble and fall. Nothing is saved; death and destruction are like the outward breath of God.
He breathes in, and life is created, trees grow, and buildings emerge.
He breathes out, and people die, trees burn to the ground and buildings collapse.
Life After Death?
Sadam Hussain spent a lifetime building as many statues in his image as possible, he commissioned hundreds of portraits to be painted and even officially named Iraq’s main airport Sadam Hussain International Airport. He did all this in a vain attempt to live on after his death – he failed. Virtually all the statues were pulled down, and the airport was renamed.
If you are pinning your happiness and success in life on achieving permanency, then you are destined to fail. At the end of your days when you lay in your deathbed considering your vast property portfolio and the millions of dollars in the bank, you can be sure that you would happily trade it all for just one more week alive.
More subtly than that we all also get attached to the idea of permanency when we give ourselves labels. Do you not think at some point when Adolf Hitler was growing up his mother sat him on her knee and said ‘Adolf you are such a good little boy.’ Was she wrong, or perhaps she was right but only at that moment?
Who Are You?
All too often we take these labels and decide that they are a permanent description of who we are.
• I am a good person (how do you know you always will be?)
• I am a fast sprinter (will that always be the case)
• I have high standards; I will never stay in a hotel with less than a 5-star rating (Never?)
When I coach people one to one they usually approach me with a label that they have decided is permanent. They come up to me and say ‘I am a terrible public speaker, I always make a fool of myself’ or ‘I have terribly bad luck, nothing ever goes right for me.’
If you believe there is anything about your life that is permanent, then I want you to spend some time thinking about how that could be true in a world where it’s impossible.
Secret Law of Attraction: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
I apply this as much to the good stuff as the things we call ‘bad.’ I would call myself a ‘good parent’; I love my children deeply and without question.
However, I am willing to admit that at times I have made mistakes, given bad advice, shouted when I should have hugged and been a ‘bad’ parent. Especially during the challenging teenage years where my kids were striving to break free and be individuals.
So which am I? ‘A bad parent’ or ‘a good parent’? In reality, no label serves any useful purpose beyond the moment it is expressed in.
Good times will end, and life will blindside you with events that spoil the fun. In the dark times, the storm will come to an end, and bright sunshine will once again fill your life. This is the ebb and flow of the universe – God will breathe in, and God will breathe out.
A Master Of The Universal Laws
To become a master of connecting to the universe. And start using the Secret Law of Attraction to manifest your deepest desires you must understand how the cosmos is operating. Energy is fluid, in a constant state of flux. You cannot ask for permanency because it breaks the fundamental laws of the universe.
You can try and manifest world peace, but you will never succeed because what are asking for cannot be created. For the same reason, you can’t ask to live forever or never to be ill ever again. You can influence the present moment but cannot force it to stay as it is.
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