The Law of Attraction – The 7 Biggest Myths Debunked

The Law of Attraction has received a great deal of media attention in recent years. Thanks to the movie The Secret and the subsequent explosion of television, print media and internet coverage, nearly everyone in Western society has heard the phrase “Law of Attraction”. Most people, however, have picked up snippets and incomplete information here and there and don’t really have a solid understanding of how the law works.

This has led to a widespread misunderstanding of how the Law of Attraction really works, or whether or not it even works at all. A lot of people feel a deep resonance when they are told that they create their own reality. They recognize a truth in this idea. However, they often quickly become frustrated when they’re exposed to incomplete information and myths, and can’t seem to make it work. They “know” that there’s something to this, they can feel it; but they just don’t know how to use it yet.

This article aims to debunk the seven biggest myths currently circulating about the Law of Attraction and bring some clarity to the subject.

Myth #1: The Law of Attraction is magic

The Myth: “Law of Attraction advocates will tell you that all you have to do is think positively and the stuff you want will just come to you. Obviously this is wrong, since things like money, cars and houses don’t just appear out of thin air.”

The Myth Debunked: No one with a true understanding of the Law of Attraction has ever claimed that if you just think a positive thought, a house with a million dollars on the kitchen table and a Ferrari in the driveway will just drop out of the sky right in front of you. This is usually a quote used by people trying to claim that the Law of Attraction is a scam. But the quote isn’t true. That isn’t how the Law of Attraction works at all.

The Law of Attraction doesn’t just literally drop stuff in your lap. It brings you meetings with just the right people at the right time, brilliant ideas and coincidences. It’s your job to pay attention to those ideas, follow your hunches and recognize the coincidences.

For example, you’d like to manifest a house. The Law of Attraction gives you an insight to drive through a certain neighborhood that you don’t normally drive through. You see a house with a For Sale sign in the yard. The house looks perfect, except you’re pretty sure it’s completely out of your price range. You decide to stop and knock on the door anyway. It turns out the owners are a lovely couple who are moving to Australia in a month. You and they really hit it off and they decide to offer you rent to own terms that you can afford. They really want you to live there. So, you get the perfect house at a price you’re able to pay, under circumstances that you never could’ve predicted. Did it drop right into your lap? Well, not literally, no. But if you paid attention and followed the insights and impulses the Universe was delivering to you, it could’ve seemed almost as easy as if it had. THIS is how the Law of Attraction brings you things. It finds whatever you’re looking for that is also looking for you and brings you together through a series of perfect events, insights and hunches.

Myth #2 – All you have to do is visualize

The Myth: “The Law of Attraction is just about visualization. That’s why they tell you to create vision boards and the like. You’re supposed to stare at the things you want and they will just come to you (see Myth #1)”

The Myth Debunked: This one is partially true. Visualization can be a valuable tool you use to train yourself to create what you want. It isn’t the visualization that creates, though. You create through the vibration that you offer. The vibration you offer is determined by the thoughts you habitually think (beliefs). Visualization can help you to retrain your thoughts, but there’s much more to it than that. If you visualize a beautiful car, but have the belief that you’ll never get a car like that, you can visualize all day, every day, and that car’s not going to show up. How do you know if you harbor a conflicting belief? You can tell by the way you feel when you visualize. If it feels really, really good to visualize the car, and the entire visualization is positive, you’re doing well. If, however, it feels a bit off and your visualization takes a bit of a negative turn, you’ve just uncovered some negative beliefs.

For example, you wonder how you’ll afford the payments, which would point to a belief that states “I can’t afford a new car”; or you might hope your kids don’t mess up the beautiful new seats, which could point to a belief that you can’t have nice things and they always get ruined, so, why bother anyway…
Visualization is a valuable tool in manifestation, but it isn’t the creation process itself.

Myth #3 – The Law of Attraction is new

The Myth: “If the Law of Attraction is really a law, why hasn’t anyone discovered it before? This is just some new fad.”

The Myth Debunked: The Law of Attraction isn’t new. It’s been around since the beginning of, well, everything. It can be argued that it’s the oldest law in the Universe. The reason that so many people are hearing about it now, is because more and more people are waking up and realizing, or at least getting a glimpse of, who they really are. More people are asking for this information than ever before, and therefore, the Law of Attraction must bring them more answers than ever before. There are more books written on this subject than we’ve ever seen. Thanks to the internet, people can find answers to their questions immediately.

The information is not “new”; we are simply asking for and able to receive more information, and at a faster rate than ever before. Also, we are living in a time where most of us can discuss spiritual matters and Universal laws openly without fear of being burned at the stake or stoned to death. All of this has allowed the idea of the Law of Attraction to spread at an unprecedented rate.
Myth #4 – The Law of Attraction is Non-Christian

The Myth: “I am a Christian and therefore I cannot believe in the Law of Attraction. This is just a bunch of New-Agey stuff that conflicts with Christian beliefs”

The Myth Debunked: This one could not be further from the truth. There are hundreds of passages in the Bible that refer to the Law of Attraction. Some of these verses can be traced back almost 3000 years. Jesus said “Everything is possible to him who believes.” And “He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do…” Here are few more: “As a man thinketh, so he is.” (Proverbs 23:7). “It is through thinking that man forms that which he has in life”. (Proverbs 23:7). “For everyone who asks receives; he who seeks finds; and to him who knocks, the door will be opened.” (Matthew 7:8)

These, and many other proverbs just like them, support the principle that your thoughts create your reality and you can create anything you want. The point is that Christianity and the Law of Attraction are not based on inherently conflicting principles. There are actually now internet sites on the web dedicated to the study of the Law of Attraction from a Christian point of view.

Myth #5 – I have to do something to make the Law of Attraction “work”

The Myth: “You have to know how to use the Law of Attraction in order to get it to work. If it isn’t working for you, you must be doing it wrong.”

The Myth Debunked: This is another myth that is based on a complete misunderstanding of how the Law of Attraction works. There is nothing you have to do, or in fact can do to make the Law of Attraction work. Just as there is nothing you have to do or can do to make gravity work. It just works. That’s why it’s called a law.

You create your own reality. All of it. All the time. You can’t help it. You’re a lean, mean, creating machine. Everything you see around you, every person in your life, everything in your reality, is there in response to the vibration you offer. There’s nothing you have to do to make that process work, nor can you stop it. That’s why no one can claim that “it isn’t working for you.” It can’t NOT work for you.

The problem arises when people are creating by default, which often brings them things they don’t really want, instead of creating deliberately. Your job is to remember how to create consciously, to remember just how powerful you really are. That’s it. And it’s not supposed to be hard work. It’s supposed to be fun. If you’re not having fun, THEN you’re doing it wrong.

Myth #6 – Thoughts are dangerous. You have to control every thought you think.

The Myth: “You have to control every thought you think. If you think a ‘negative’ thought, or have a fear of something, you automatically create that. So watch every thought you think!”

The Myth Debunked: While it’s true that every thought has the power to create, there are two big reasons why you don’t have to be afraid of your thoughts.

First, one little thought doesn’t have all that much power. The power comes from thinking the same thought over and over again, until it’s a belief. The more you think a thought and believe it, the more it affects your vibration and it’s this vibration that attracts your manifestations. The Law of Attraction responds to your vibration, not the words you’ve said or thought (although notice that your words and thoughts can affect your vibration).

Second, we have this amazing thing called time. There is a time buffer between offering a vibration and receiving a manifestation. And while many of us often curse this time buffer in our impatience to receive the things we want, it is incredibly useful. Things don’t happen immediately for a reason. You have time to notice if you’re harboring any conflicting beliefs or are offering a vibration that doesn’t really serve you.

For example, if you’re driving down the street and have a random thought “I hope I don’t get in an accident”, you might remember reading somewhere that the Universe and your subconscious don’t understand negative statements, and you just put “I hope I get in an accident” out there. So, obviously you’d better suck that thought right back in, or else you’ll have an accident. Wrong. If you have the thought “I hope I don’t get in an accident” but you don’t harbor an underlying belief that driving is dangerous and there’s a very good chance that you’ll get in an accident, your vibration is not going to even begin to match you up with an accident. If your underlying belief is “I’m safe”, you’ll be safe.

If, however, you do harbor such a belief, formed by many, many thoughts about how you’re a victim, how easy it is to get into accidents, how driving is dangerous, reading lots of news stories about how people get in accidents all the time, talking about those stories, etc., that one little thought has just given you an indication that you have an underlying belief. Do you think these thoughts often and easily? Then you might want to do something about that (or buckle up). The point is, that even though your thoughts help to form your vibration, which creates your reality, it is the vibration behind the thought you have to pay attention to. A random thought that means nothing to you isn’t going to create a thing. But a thought that you believe and think over and over again, a thought you give lots of attention to, will affect your vibration and that will create.

Myth #7 – The Law of Attraction just teaches selfishness

The Myth: “The Law of Attraction teaches people to focus on themselves and how they feel, before focusing on others. This is selfish, and that’s bad. We have a duty to be selfless.”

The Myth Debunked: This myth and the belief that we must be selfless, have caused more burnout among people with great intentions than anything else.

The Law of Attraction does teach selfishness. But selfishness has gotten a really bad rap. There’s a huge difference between walking over bodies to get what you want, which is what many people think of when they hear the word “selfish”, and not allowing circumstances and other people to dictate your happiness. Giving of yourself with no regard to how you feel until there’s nothing left but an empty husk, is neither virtuous nor necessary. The choices are not just between being a self-sacrificing saint or a complete bastard.

The selfishness that the Law of Attraction teaches, is the kind that allows a mother with three little kids to recognize when she’s becoming overwhelmed, and give herself permission to take a hot bath and recharge her batteries, without feeling guilty about it. She comes back refreshed and in a better mood. Do you think this will harm or benefit her children? If we take care of ourselves (physically, psychologically AND spiritually), we have so much more to give others. If we focus on our own joy, we can uplift others, and truly help them, instead of commiserating with them in their misery and just supporting them in their being stuck in that vibration.

The more selfish we are, the more joyful we become, the stronger and more unyielding we stand in our vibration of happiness, the more we have to give others, and the more we can give to others without depleting ourselves. True selfishness is the best thing we can do for the world.

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The Law of God and the Obligation of Lawful Promises, Oaths, Vows and Covenants

The law of God binds all men forever, whether in heaven or hell, Psalm cxi. 7, 8. No human law or self-engagement binds men, but only in this life, in which they remain imperfect, and are encompassed with temptations to seduce them from their duty. In heaven they have no need of such helps to duty, and in hell they cannot be profited by them.

The obligation of lawful promises, oaths, vows and covenants, as well as of human laws, respecting moral duties, however distinct is no more separable from the obligation of God’s law, than Christ’s two distinct natures are separable, the one from the other, but closely connected in manifold respects. In binding ourselves to necessary duties, and to other things so long and so far as is conducive thereto, God’s law as the only rule to direct us how to glorify and enjoy him, is made the rule of our engagement. Our vow is no new rule of duty, but a new bond to make the law of God our rule.

Even Adam’s engagement to perfect obedience in the covenant of works was nothing else. His fallibility in his estate of innocence, made it proper, that he should be bound by his own consent or engagement, as well as by the authority of God. Our imperfection in this life, and the temptations which surround us, make it needful, that we, in like manner, should be bound to the same rule, both by the authority of God, and our own engagements. It is in the law of God, that all our deputed authority to command others, or to bind ourselves is allotted to us.

The requirement of moral duties by the law of God obliges us to use all lawful means to promote the performance of them; and hence requires human laws and self-engagements, and the observance of them as conducive to it. Nay they are also expressly required in his law, as his ordinances for helping and hedging us in to our duty. In making lawful vows, as well as in making human laws we exert the deputed authority of God, the supreme Lawgiver, granted to us in his law, in the manner which his law prescribes, and in obedience to its prescription.

In forming our vows as an instituted ordinance of God’s worship, which he hath required us to receive, observe, and keep pure and entire, Psalm lxxvi. 11. & cxix. 106. & lvi. 12. Isaiah xix. 18, 21. & xlv. 23, 24. & xliv. 5. Jeremiah l. 5, 2 Corinthians viii.5,–we act precisely according to the direction of his law, and in obedience to his authority in it, –binding ourselves with a bond, binding our soul with a bond, Numbers xxx. 2-11–binding ourselves by that which we utter with our lips verses 2, 6, 12, –binding ourselves with a binding oath,–binding ourselves–binding our soul by our own vow–our own bond, verses 4,7,14.

In forming our vow, we, according to the prescription of his own law, solemnly constitute God, who is the supreme Lawgiver and Lord of the conscience,–the witness of our self-engagement, and the Guarantee, graciously to reward our evangelical fulfillment of it, and justly to punish our perfidious violation of it. The more punctual and faithful observation of God’s law, notwithstanding our manifold infirmities and temptations, and the more effectual promotion of his glory therein, is the end of our self-engagements, as well as of human laws of authority.

And by a due regard to their binding force, as above stated, is this end promoted,–as hereby the obligation of God’s law is the more deeply impressed on our minds, and we are shut up to obedience to it, and deterred from transgressing it.– In consequence of our formation of our vow, with respect to its matter, manner, and end, as prescribed by God, He doth, and necessarily must ratify it in all its awful solemnities, requiring us by his law, to pay it as a bond of debt,–to perform and fulfill it as an engagement to duties, and an obligation which stands upon or against us, Numbers xxx. 5, 7, 9, 11. with Deuteronomy xxiii. 21-23. Psalm lxxvi. 11. & 1. 14. Ecclesiastes v.4, 5. Matthew v. 33.

In obedience to this divine requirement, and considering our vow, in that precise form, in which God in his law, adopts and ratifies it, and requires it to be fulfilled, we pay, perform, and fulfill it as a bond, wherewith we, in obedience to Him, have bound ourselves, to endeavor universal obedience to his law, as our only rule of faith and manners. Whoever doth not, in his attempts to obey human laws or to fulfill self-engagements, consider them as having that binding force which the law of God allows them; he pours contempt on them, as ordinances of God, and on the law of God for allowing them a binding force.

Thus, through maintaining the super-added but subordinate obligation of human laws, and of self-engagements to moral duties, we do not make void, but establish the obligation of God’s law. The obligation of a vow, by which we engage ourselves to necessary duties commanded by the law of God, must therefore be inexpressibly solemn. Not only are we required by the law of God before our vow was made; but we are bound in that performance, to fulfill our vow, as an engagement or obligation founded in the supreme authority of his law warranting us to make it. We are bound to fulfill it as a mean of further impressing his authority manifested in his law, upon our own consciences,– as a bond securing and promoting a faithful obedience to all his commandments. We are bound to fulfill it, in obedience to that divine authority, by derived power from which, we as governors of ourselves made it to promote his honor. In those or like respects, our fulfillment of our vows is a direct obedience to his whole law.

We are moreover bound to fulfill it, as a solemn ordinance of God’s worship, the essential form of which lies in self-obligation, and must be received, observed, kept pure and entire, and holily and reverently used, and so in obedience to Command I. II. III. We are bound to fulfill it, as an ordinance of God, in which we have pledged our own truth, sincerity and faithfulness and so in obedience to Command IX. I. II. III. We are bound to fulfill it, as a solemn deed or grant, in which we have made over our persons, property, and service to the Lord and his Church; and so in obedience to Command I. II. VIII. nay, in obedience to the whole law of love and equity, Matthew xxii. 37, 39. & vii. 12.

We are bound to fulfill it from regard to the declarative glory of God, as the witness of our making of it, that he may appear to have been called to attest nothing, but sincerity and truth; and so in obedience to Command I. III. IX.

We are bound to fulfill it from a regard to truth, honesty, and reverence of God, as things not only commanded by his law, but good in themselves, agreeable to his very nature, and therefore necessarily commanded by him,– and from a detestation of falsehood, injustice, and contempt of God, as things intrinsically evil, contrary to his nature, and therefore necessarily forbidden in his law; and thus in regard to his authority in his whole law, as necessarily holy, just and good.

We are bound to fulfill it, from a regard to the holiness, justice, faithfulness, majesty, and other perfections of God, as the Guarantee of it, into whose hand we have committed the determination and execution of its awful sanction,–as the gracious rewarder of our fidelity, or just revenger of our perfidy,–and hence in regard to our own happiness, as concerned in that sanction. In fine, we are bound to fulfill it in obedience to that command of God, which adopts and ratifies it, requiring us to pay, fulfill, or perform our vow, oath or covenant, Psalm L. 14. & lxxvi. 11. Ecclesiastes v. 4. Deuteronomy xxiii. 21, 23. Matthew v. 33.

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Do The Psalms and the Prophets Teach Christians That The Law (God’s Commandments) Should Be Obeyed?

The answer to the question posed in the title of this article is YES. The Psalms and the Prophets testify together harmoniously that the commandments of God in bodied in the law exist today, and are eternal. The reason this is so, is that God is law, and the written law is a reflection of both His person and His purposes. I suppose this same truth exists in the world of men. For what person or government ever established, and enforced a law that was not after his/its own value system and purpose? Good and righteous men create good and righteous laws. Wicked men create evil and foolish laws. Each after their person, and their purposes.

Therefore, upon this reasoning alone, how can it ever be thought that the laws of the eternal God, who is both the creator and master of everything could ever be annulled, or made void? For to make void His law is equal to making God Himself void. Can the One who created all things, and by whose power and wisdom all things are sustained, can this person be made void? The answer is obviously no, and neither can His law be made void.

The purpose of this article is to stand in opposition to the belief system that proposes that the grace of God that has been revealed by the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ has made the Law void by bringing testimony forth from not only New Testament sources, but also the from the Psalms and the Prophets. The very source material that the early Apostles preached from and used to establish the New Testament Scripture, and Church.

In the great treatise that we now refer to as the Book Of Romans the Apostle Paul, who in his time was a great promoter and defender of the faith, establishes the reality that Christ stands between the Believer and the Law. This is pointedly spoken of in Roman’s 5:14 where it says, “…for ye are not under the law, but under grace.” And of course we know that this grace (favor) that the apostle is speaking of is accessed only by the faith of the Believer. Thus, it is written in another place, “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is a gift of God. Not of works lest any man should boast.” (Ephesians 2:8-9, KJV) However, this simple point I would make. If the law ceased to exist, if it had been annulled, as many choose to live as if it has been, then the grace of God (which is present in the person of Christ) would not have to stand between the Believer and the Law. But I suggest to you, as even the Apostle Paul suggested in his time, that the faith of the Believer in no wise can make void God’s law, for please take note of these words spoken by the Apostle Paul, (Romans 3:31 KJV) “Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid: yea, we establish the law.” It is extremely obvious to me that the Book Of Romans, along with the other New Testament books clearly testify that the Believer is justified purely by the mercy of God, completely apart from the keeping of the commandments of the law, in that NO man (with the exception of Christ) has ever been able to obey it. However, once a soul of man has been justified by the mercy of God, then righteousness in that person’s behavior, and consequently a life that rightly testifies of eternal and heavenly realities can only be obtained by obedience to God’s commandments.

Why do I as a Christian Preacher bother to speak of this point? It is because the existence of confusion, outright unbelief, and disobedience in regards to the reality that God’s laws were never made void, but are in this day, as in all times past, meant to be fleshed out. Failure to recognize and obey this truth brings forth tremendous error in the belief system, consequently the manner of life of many people. A few classic examples of this that have very far reaching ramifications are:

  • That so many refuse to obey the commandment of God that teaches the keeping of the Sabbath
  • The failure of so many to admit and practice the reality that the Law of God has never, and does not now allow for equality of headship between men and women
  • That so many refuse to adorn the sexes distinct fully different, the one from the other. For to disobey this is an abomination in God’s sight: for He created the sexes in their persons to reflect very different eternal and heavenly realities
  • Corruptions of the reality that marriage is a picture of the relationship of Christ and the Believer. The wife (or wives if he has more than one) is owned by the husband, and thus, as Christ owns all Believers the husband is to mimic Christ in all points of authority and responsibility toward his wife, and the children she brings forth. The woman is to mimic the proper actions of a Believer toward Christ in her actions and attitude toward her husband. To do less than this is to mock the very grace of God that calls us to Christ, and to divorce un-scriptually is to practice an abomination. For God hates divorce.

The Psalms Repeatedly Speak Of The Beauty And Purpose Of God’s Law

  • Psalms 19:7-9 KJV-The law of the Lord is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the Lord is true, making wise the simple. The statutes of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart: the commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes. The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring forever: the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether.

John the Revelator’s Wisdom

John testifies to whoever has eyes to see, and ears to hear, that Believers have two signature qualities which meet God’s approval.

  • Revelation 12:17 KJV-And the dragon was wroth with the woman, and went to make war with the remnant of her seed, which keep the commandments of God and the testimony of Jesus Christ.
  • Revelation 14:12 KJV–Here is the patience of the saints: here are they that keep the commandments of God, and the faith of Jesus Christ.

The Prophet Isaiah Was Able To Foresee

Isaiah was able to look ahead in the Spirit to a time when the Law of God would fill the earth.

    • Isaiah 42:4 KJV-He shall not fail nor be discouraged, till he have set judgment in the earth: and the isles shall wait on His law.

Jeremiah the Prophet Foresaw A Time When God’s Law Would Be Written, Not In Tablets Of Stone, But In The Hearts Of Men

  • Jeremiah 31:33 KJV-But this shall be the covenant that I will make with the house of Israel; After those days saith the Lord I will put my law in their inward parts and write it in their hearts, and will be their God, and they shall be my people.

The Prophet Micah Foreseeing The End Times

  • Micah 4:1-2 KJV–But in the last days…..and many nations shall come,…..and he (Christ our Lord) will teach us of His ways, and we will walk in His paths: for the law shall go forth of Zion…..

Malachi Speaks Of A Believer’s Responsibility In Handling Yahweh’s Word

The Old Testament Priest was a picture of a New Testament Minister, who is a minister of the word of the Lord, which the law is apart of.

  • Malachi 2:7 KJV-For the Priest’s lips should keep knowledge, and they should seek the law at his mouth; for he is a messenger of the Lord of Hosts.
  • Malachi 4:1&4 KJV-For, behold the day cometh, that shall burn as an oven; and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble, and the day that cometh shall burn them up…..(who is it that does wickedly? All those that do not abide in the faith of Jesus and do not keep His commandments) Remember ye the law of Moses my servant, which I commanded unto him at Horeb for all Israel, with the statues and judgments.

Jeremiah Gives A Reason Why Men Do Not Obey

Jeremiah testified against Israel that the reason for their disobedience was pride. Even to this day Pride of heart remains a basic reason for disobedience.

  • Jeremiah 44:10 KJV-They are not humbled even unto this day, neither have they feared, nor walked in my law, nor in my statutes, that I set before you and before your forefathers.

Hosea States That Men Are Ignorant Of Yahweh’s Law, But Mainly Because They Reject His Law, and Consider Elements Of His Law As Foolishness

  • Hosea 4:6 KJV–My People are destroyed for lack of knowledge; because thou hast rejected knowledge…..seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God……
  • Hosea 8:12 KJV-I have written to him the great things of my law, but they were counted as a strange thing.

Amos the Prophet Spoke Of How Men Loved The Traditions Of Men, and Hated Yahweh’s Laws

  • Amos 2:4 KJV-Thus saith the Lord: For three transgressions of Judah and for four, I will not turn away the punishment thereof, because they have despised the law of the Lord, and have not kept his commandments, and their lies caused them to err, after the which their father have walked.

Lastly We Hear The Words Of The Greatest Teacher Of All. The Lord Jesus Christ

  • Revelations 22:14 KJV–Blessed are they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city.

In the conclusion of this article my exhortation is simple. Do not allow yourself to be deceived into thinking that the commandments of the Law have no need of being fleshed out in the lives of men, and especially in the lives of Believers. For the keeping of the Law can save no man, but it is first the preaching of the Law that is used by the Holy Spirit to bring forth conviction of sin, and with out the conviction of sin the Everlasting Gospel can never be obtained by any soul of man. For men must first be convicted of sin to be able to recognize it and turn by faith into the arms of Jesus. It is then the teaching of the commandments of God that instructs men as to how to live out righteousness. The which brings forth a life that properly reflects Christ and His purposes.

A Watchman,
Gregory A DeHart

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The 11 Forgotten Laws Review – Is Bob Proctor and Mary Morrissey’s Program Effective?

I suggest you keep reading on this 11 Forgotten Laws review if you are interested in improving your life and attract positive energies. This might be just one of the most important things you have ever done in your life.

Since The Secret was revealed, people became eager in seeking the truth behind the Law of Attraction. This law has been a driving force for people who are experiencing difficulties in life to achieve success. What most people forget or don’t realize when trying to work with the Law of Attraction is that it is more than just mere wishing. It needs the right attitude, discipline, and action for it to work.

The 11 Forgotten Laws is part of the Working With The Law program. Created by Bob Proctor and Mary Morrissey, it is a home study program that discusses the 11 laws of the universe and how to manifest them to your advantage.

The reason why the 11 Forgotten Laws was created is to provide the missing components lacking in the conventional understanding of the Law of Attraction. These 11 laws expand on the Law of Attraction to achieve its great effects. The 11 laws are the principles that formed the universe and they do not work separately but together as one. This is the reason why a lot of people fail to manifest the power of the Law of Attraction because they do not realize that there are actually 11 laws to work with.

The 11 Forgotten Laws is an audio program composed of 12 chapters and can be downloaded easily in the internet. You can download it instantly right after you purchase the product. No need to wait for your purchased product to arrive in days or weeks! Inside the program, you will be provided with an in-depth exploration and explanation of the famous book “Working With The Law” by Raymond Holliwell. You will also be receiving PDF transcripts, step-by-step workbook, and several other bonuses aside from the audio program once you purchase the product.

All in all, The 11 Forgotten Laws runs a total length of about 7 hours and contains 95 lessons. It runs in MP3 format that can easily be played on your computer or any media players like iPod.

Here are the 11 Laws of the universe discussed inside The 11 Forgotten Laws:

  • Law of Thinking
  • Law of Supply
  • Law of Attraction
  • Law of Receiving
  • Law of Increase
  • Law of Compensation
  • Law of Non-Resistance
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  • Okja (2017)

  • Duration
    121 mins
    Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Science Fiction.
  • In Cinemas
    May 19, 2017
    English, 한국어/조선말, Español.
  • Country
    South Korea, United States of America.
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Movie ‘Okja’ was released in May 19, 2017 in genre Adventure. Bong Joon-ho was directed this movie and starring by Tilda Swinton. This movie tell story about A young girl named Mija risks everything to prevent a powerful, multi-national company from kidnapping her best friend – a massive animal named Okja.


Bong Joon-ho.


Bong Joon-ho, Dooho Choi, Dede Gardner, Lewis Taewan Kim, Jeremy Kleiner, Woo-sik Seo.


Bong Joon-ho, Jon Ronson.

Production Company

Plan B Entertainment, Lewis Pictures, Kate Street Picture Company.

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