Oneonine wrote:This is one version of the nine metaphysical laws. The law of abundance here is not quite the same as the new age visualisation concept of the same name. But then the new age version of orbs takes no account of digital pixelation, and the new age concept of memes (and meme-ories ) bears little resemblance to the sales demagraphic list it was first based on either.
Merlyn wrote:105 laws, many require the acceptance that there is a (as in one) god.
celticmodes wrote:It is my opinion that humans are blind to their abundance and opportunities to work with it. We unconsciously feel we are not complete which leads us to ignore what we have. Let me give attempt to give some proof of this.
You are using a computer to view this discussion. Since a computer is a luxury item, I'm betting that you are well fed, have a roof over your head, have clothes on your back and money in the bank. If you took a moment to think of the rest of humanity on this planet and their living/working conditions, you would see that no matter where you are in your cultural expectation of "success", you are much better off than billions of other humans. I'm not saying that we should feel guilty for our abundance, just that we should embrace it since we already have it. Embracing abundance, for me, tends to unblock my self-sabotage and makes a clear path for me to get more (love, money, fun, etc).
Just my 2 cents. Let me take this opportunity to wish for this kind of abundance
Oneonine wrote:It's interesting to see how many people equate law with commandments, ethics, or suchlike. For me, I thought of the laws of physics. Gravity, entropy, the speed of light, the speed a new-ager leaps on the latest craze... immutables which show how the universe works. Ever heard this one ? - opposites attract on the physical plane, but like attracts like on the spiritual plane.
treegod wrote:I have all of my basic needs met (food, shelter, clothes etc) AND YET MORE! Not a lot of people can say that. So In consider myself to be rich. Even if my position in rich society isn't a "rich" position.
DJ Droood wrote:treegod wrote:I have all of my basic needs met (food, shelter, clothes etc) AND YET MORE! Not a lot of people can say that. So In consider myself to be rich. Even if my position in rich society isn't a "rich" position.
I can say the same..so what does this mean for The Law of Abundance? Are we in the West better visualizers than those in Somalia or Republic of the Congo, or do they visualize abundance differently? And does the Law of Abundance apply to whole societies, or just individuals? For instance, when I trip over my netbook, The Law of Gravity affects me in just the same way as it does buildings in Port au Prince. Is the spiritual Law of Abundance applied equally to all spiritual beings and spiritual communities?
Corwen wrote:Obviously visualising failure isn't going to help you relax and therefore succeed, but the opposite isn't necessarily true! I dare say the starving do nothing but visualise food, and yet they don't always get fed.
so the law suggests.Success or abundance does not only apply to money. There is success in communication, spirituality, relationships and so on.
Merlyn wrote:I could be a druid with little or no possessions at all, yet be employed as an adept by a king and live in a castle and provided for as a result.
(my job could be to visualize abundance and success for the kingdom and not myself)
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