The Law of Attraction Police – by Thomas Wakefield

Saturday, April 14th, 2012

Amazon comment and response to a one star review of Michael J. Losier’s, The law of Attraction, How to Get More of Want You Want and Less of What You Don’t.

I was over at reading a one star review of a book I have enjoyed.  The writer’s basic attitude is, “I can’t believe people fall for this garbage.”  And went on to comment about disregard for scientific method.  Whoops

The Wakefield response:
Laws are [only laws] because results happen.  You [the reviewer] might be limiting yourself to a Newtonian level of beingness.  The laws of Newtonian physics are a set of laws and the results are the results.  Pretty much a zero sum gain except for friction.  The laws of quantum physics are a whole other game.  Quantum physics seems to get more and more interesting results with fewer laws.  Then the laws of spirituality [life and beingness] are a whole other level.  Remember what Jesus said, in John at, “Did I not say when I wrote your law…”  My [personal] experience indicates this law of attraction works within [and around] all three of these levels of laws.  And as I have written, it should be renamed the law of creation.  Whether one is creating an intersection (a meeting) or out of thin air (the field) the creation is a matter of vibes (vibration) matching.  [[ASIN:0982239750 The Objective is Happiness: The Art and law of Attraction]]  P.S.  Scientific method goes out the [Newtonian] window when we now know the observer can and does affect the experiment.  [Michael] Losier’s, Law of Attraction, is nuts and bolts without the ever possible fluff and bull.

Let me quote my friend Richard Bach again, twice.  “And as he believed, so it was for him.”  “Argue for your limitations and they are yours.”  Both from Illusions.  Songwriter singer John Sebastian of the Lovin’ Spoonful said it a clever way in a song, “I’ll tell about the the magic and it’ll free your soul, but it’s like tryin’ to tell a stranger about rock and roll.”  Have a listen, Do You Believe In Magic   Yes, also from, The Lovin’ Spoonful, Anthology.

We are all born with the ability to feel, it’s just vibes. :-)   And there is no chance of independent “deliberate” in the opposite of the Newtonian equal and opposite reaction.  Being deliberate requires higher ground.

Learn and understand more of how to get more of what you want in The Objective is Happiness, first in the A Practical Guide to Personal Success series by Thomas Wakefield at and wherever books are sold, and the beautiful ebook version, $9.99, right here in seconds.

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