Why the Law of Attraction Doesn't Always Work?

  1. Sundeep Kataria profile image75
    Sundeep Katariaposted 4 years ago

    Why the Law of Attraction Doesn't Always Work?

    Why for some people the Law of Attraction works more than the others? At the same time why for the same person it works beautifully well and sometimes it just doesn't work at all?

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  2. Sri T profile image80
    Sri Tposted 4 years ago

    Ultimately, not everything is good for a person. Children want everything but a parent knows these are just childish cravings. When the child becomes  20 years old will he still want the toy fire truck or jump on the electric horse in front of the grocery store? So the the Universe will not always say yes to every craving. Other times, people block their goods by not really believing they will receive it, not qualifying themselves for the opportunity, not being in alignment with the positive frequency, not being social with people who can help. Most things come through other people so some influence may be required. And the most popular reason is the word "attraction". They expect things to come to them, not realizing that it works in two ways. The other way is to locate the thing and go get it. It is still the law of attraction because the thoughts had to be attracted to the right location or answers.

  3. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 4 years ago

    The "law of attraction" was never meant to replace the "law of action".
    Having said that some people confuse hope with belief. Saying affirmations and conducting visualization exercises "hoping" for an outcome is different from (feeling) and (believing) you already have something on the spiritual plane that is on it's way to materializing on the physical plane.
    First and foremost it is important to understand no one gets everything they want! It is the nature of mankind to always want or desire something. Secondly, (life is not fair); there will always be those that have more than you and those that have less than you. Life is a personal journey.
    Lastly and this cannot be overlooked some people (refuse to quit) until they get what they set their mind on. It's not over until (you) say it's over.
    It's been said that Thomas Edison had 10,000 failures before inventing the light bulb, Cornel Sanders had 1009 rejections before someone helped him launch his fried chicken recipe to become Kentucky Fried Chicken, Walt Disney filed for bankruptcy. In fact if you read just about any biography of a highly successful person you will come across some very dark days, failures, disappointments, and moments where they were on the verge of giving up but they decided to keep going. How many of us would try anything 10,000 times or persist after a 1000 rejections? Very few of us!
    "If you want to do something you'll find a (way). If you don't want to do something you'll find an (excuse)." - Jim  Rohn

 
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