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What Law of Attraction taught me

What Law of Attraction taught me

One of the Laws of Universe, the Law of Attraction – where things of the same are gathered together, likes attract likes, mentioned things of the same energy will be attracted to each other.

Now observe and think carefully, are you and your group of close friends like-minded? Everyone’s preferences, thoughts, personalities, including feelings and opinions about things and events are similar, and that is what brings you together. This is what “Birds of the same feather flock together” means, Likes attract likes, the Law of Attraction happening around you and for you.

This will also lead to you thinking that for one to be different and inconsistent from you and those around you, they belong to rare species, and you may even think that its impossible, or it must be “fake”, simply because you have not yet encounter such a specie or situation.

Everyone knows very well that the world is vast, and there are thousands of different types of people, and everything is possible. However, if there is a person, or thing, or event that enters into one’s life and disrupt the routine or what has been familiar, thus, creating inconsistency or changes in life, then this person will have a strong reaction and are usually resistance. This reaction comes from the unwillingness to accept changes, and the unwillingness to accept that he/she does not yet know and understand the world as well as he/she has thought to be.

For example, a group of friends like to hang out together to complain, complaining about other friends, colleagues, or supervisors, or family members, everything under the sun. One day a newcomer joins this group, and he/she does not like to complain at all, and does not respond to the complaints of this group. This resulted in the group to start complaining about this new friend because they did not get the energy from the person and the attention they wanted. They think that this new person is too proud, self-righteous, and very “fake”, he/she is simply wearing a mask, trying to act like a diva. Because this group of friends who are so used to “complaining”, and thus, attract others of the same energy to be around them, they have never seen someone who will not complain before. If someone is different from them and does not complain, this person must not be authentic. They will also feel that this person has a conspiracy within his/her bones and they are afraid that this person will “betray” them by sharing with others that they are a group of complainers.

Another example, some people grew up in an environment where gratitude does not exist. Thus, they think it will be impossible to have a person who is sincere in being grateful in this world. At this time, if such a person exist in their circle of life, they would immediately judge this person as “fake”, wearing a mask to hide his/her true authentic self. This is simply because they are not willing to believe that there is love in the world, they are even less willing to believe that they have problems in believing in love and accepting love.

From the two brief examples above, these are the people who are like frogs at the bottom of the well. They simply think that what they have not seen or experienced, do not exist. This is also a self-righteous thinking.

Kelly
Kelly

Kelly enjoys writing and creating content to share love and wisdom knowledge she receives and experiences. She enjoys doing what she do best in many of her lifetimes, connecting with beings from the higher realms and sharing the loving guidance and healing energies she receives, to help those who come to her to balance their energies, clear their doubts and empower them with inspirational wisdom.

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