A Review of The Secret and the Law of Attraction

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A Review of The Secret and the Law of Attractionlaw of attraction

According to the law of attraction in the book titled The
Secret, it is argued that positive thinking creates life-changing events, which
can results in increased health, happiness and wealth. The book was initially
released as a DVD which contends that the universe is controlled by the natural
law known as the law of attraction. The law is said to apply in the life of a
person; his or her experiences, events, situations, as well as people who match
their frequency.


The author of the book claims a corresponding frequency of
how people think and feel is sent out. In return, it attracts people, events and
situations among others that have the same frequency. The author, for instance,
claims that if a person feels angry, they attract situations and events that
will make them angrier. On the other hand, when one feels and thinks in a
positive way, he or she attracts positive circumstances and events. The law of
attraction thus determines it can be used to explain the outcome of one’s thoughts
and feelings. Outcomes related to positive feelings and thoughts include
wealth, health, as well as happiness. For instance, it is argued that a sick
person who is taking fake sugars is likely to get cured quickly, not because of
what he or she is taking but because he or she thinks of being well.


The author of the book talked of Abraham, a group
consciousness from the non-physical dimension. Abraham states that anytime one
feels exhilaration, great love, or pure joy, it is Abraham, which is the energy
of source. The teachings of the law of attraction, referred to as Abraham
Hicks, follow the bottom line that people form their reality through how they
think, emotions constantly guide people towards their desired direction and
that life should be easy and fun.

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