How Others Who Actively Practice The Law Of Attraction Can Reinforce One Another?

One of the major precepts of The Law of Attraction is that everything is fundamentally connected. This means that the transfer of information is in some way possible, regardless of the constraints of space or time. While fascinating in its own right, you may wonder what this means to you in a practical sense. It means that you have help out there if you make a concerted effort to focus your thoughts on the same worthy goal and it doesn’t even matter where you are. An aspect of the Law of Attraction, that should not be underestimated, is the profound impact that an association or gathering of people has upon the force that is at the heart of the Law of Attraction. There are plenty of examples in science (and what is often known as “para-science”) where the power of the mind, when demonstrated, is far greater than the sum of parts when many people concentrate on the very same thing. This effect has been evidenced by the empirical evidence of millions throughout history as well as in scientific studies such as the Princeton thought experiments that began in the 1970s and continue to this day. While there are no instruments that can directly measure the effect of mental energy, random number generators have shown differences in coherence – whether the output was more or less coherent than pure random doesn’t seem to make a difference. That there is a measurable effect, even an indirect one, has been proven to the satisfaction of many who methodically pursue these phenomena. Just like the Law of Attraction as presented in “The Secret,” visualization and focus is the key to making seemingly improbable things happen in demonstrable ways. The evidence suggests that when focusing the minds of others on a given task, key is to be clearly focused on a goal. When the power of thought from just a few dozen people very clearly focused on a very specific action or event, things happen powerfully and often far more rapidly than you may have thought possible from your experience as a solitary practitioner. Conversely, when the concentration is not focused or not very, very specific, the outcome is not coherently influenced and different visions compete with one another. This means that not agreeing on an image and very clearly communicating can sabotage the project even before you start. The timing of such an exercise isn’t nearly as important as the intent behind it. It is very important that everyone involved see the final outcome as clearly as possible. In one memorable thought experiment, a popular late-night talk radio host asked his audience of several million people to concentrate on sending rain to a drought-stricken Texas. The rain did indeed fall, to the point where much flooding occurred, and homes all over the state were ruined or washed away. Sometimes, too much of a good thing is just too much. Moreover, there are benefits beyond the outcome of your own thought experiments. As human beings, we are drawn to friends, associates and co-workers – other members of the pack. As a wise fellow once said, “…no man is an island.” Aside from the necessary assistance of other people, human minds are designed to derive a sense of comfort and peace from interaction with other people. It is at the centre of our emotional well-being. Without this interaction, it is difficult enough to find enough inner peace to give one’s mind over to complete and total visualization on the objects of your desire, even for a few minutes per day. Friends and associates very often share your interests and ideas. Many of the groups around the world that have sprung up to watch and discuss the ideas of, “The Secret,” have found they’re visualizing the same things. Wouldn’t it be a great way to proactive visualization and intent focus by getting together with like-minded individuals and trying to bring about something good for the whole community? Even if the group task you choose to focus on is to benefit only one member of the group, the combined power of several people actively “seeing” such an outcome and really feeling it as real in their minds, can yield remarkable results. Not only should the group discuss very precisely what is is they want to achieve, but also perhaps take some time and do a visualization together, out loud, each person taking turns and contributing to the image. It is also important that each and every member of the group feel and perhaps discuss how grateful they are. Not only for the presence of the other group members, but for the ability to reach out to other people and pool your mental resources together in such a potentially incredible and useful way. This tool, when used wisely, has the ability to make the addition of each mind into such a group greater than the sum of its parts. Your ability to attract that which is useful to you will increase exponentially. By Yu Shan © 2007