Law of Attraction:
AN IDEA WHOSE TIME HAS COME
“The only thing more powerful
than a thousand armies
is an idea whose time has come.”
The information here is not based on a particular teaching or guru, rather it is Perennial Wisdom coming around again. It is the central essence of ALL religion and is the highest teaching on the planet at this time.
From microbiologists like Bruce Lipton and Rupert Sheldrake, to physicists like Amit Goswami, Gary Zukav and Frijtof Capra, to neuroscientists like Candace Pert, to channels like Bashar, Elias, Abraham and Seth, to MD’s like Larry Dossey, Bernie Siegel and Deepak Chopra, to contemporary authors like Wayne Dyer, Iyanla Vanzant, Richard Bach and Neale Donald Walsch, to ‘mind science’ teachers of the last century like Ernest Holmes, Florence Schinn, Joseph Murphy, Neville and M. B. Eddy, from some of the oldest teachings we’ve found: the Indian Vedas and the Tao Te Ching, to New Thought Centers like Science of Mind and Unity . . . .
everyone is independently coming to the conclusion that our thoughts (attitudes, beliefs, emotions, and expectations) create our reality.
Jesus – “Ask, believing you have received, and you will receive.”
Buddha – “We are what we think. All that we are arises with our thoughts. With our thoughts, we make the world.”
“The nature of your personal beliefs in a large measure directs the kinds of emotions you will have at any given time. You will feel aggressive, happy, despairing, or determined according to events that happen to you, your beliefs about yourself in relation to them, and your ideas of who and what you are. You will not understand your emotions unless you know your beliefs. It will seem to you that you feel aggressive or upset without reason, or that your feelings sweep down upon you without cause if you do not learn to listen to the beliefs within your own conscious mind, for they generate their own emotions.
One of the strongest general causes of depression, for example, is the belief that your conscious mind is powerless either in the face of exterior circumstances thrust upon you from without, or before strong emotional events that seem to be overwhelming from within.
Psychology, religion, science – in one way or another, all of these have added to the confusion by stripping the conscious mind of its directing qualities, and viewing it as a stepchild of the self. The schools of “positive thinking” try to remedy the situation, but often do more harm than good because they attempt to force beliefs upon you that you would like to hold, but do not, in your present state of confusion.
Many such philosophies make you cower at the idea of entertaining “negative” thoughts or emotions. In all cases the clues to your emotional experience and behavior lie in your systems of belief: some more evident to you than others, but all available to you consciously.”
Seth — Nature of Personal Reality, Ch. 11