Are You a LOA Skeptic? 2 Experiments That Will Change Your Mind

Do you find the Law of the Attraction too good to be true? Does it sound too woo-woo for you?

If you are one of the many who does not believe your thoughts create your reality, then this article is for you.

Below, you can find two ways you can experiment with this powerful universal law

Ready? Here’s all the proof you need!

There’s this book called E2 (E-Squared) written by New York Times bestselling author, Pam Grout.

You’re probably thinking, not another Law of Attraction book!

While it is indeed a book about LOA, it offers concepts you probably have not heard before. 

After all, it’s the only book that gives you nine 48-hour LOA experiments you can try!

While the exercises are very easy (often takes only 3 minutes), the results are pure magic!

Sure, 48 hours is quite a short notice, but it won’t hurt if you’ll give it a try.

LOA Experiment #01

Pam Grout believes there is an energy field that’s full of endless possibilities that surround us.

It is non-prejudiced and is available once you make the conscious decision to look for it.

And surprisingly, it is not that hard to find!

The goal of this first experiment is to commit 48 hours looking for evidence of this field of energy.

You can do this by asking it to send you a blessing—something you won’t typically receive.

Something quite unexpected.

For instance, you can write in your journal, “For the next 48 hours, I am asking the energy field to make its presence known to me in the form of a surprise. I am asking for a clear big sign. Something that cannot be coincidence. Thank you.”

LOA Experiment #02

Pam Grout also explains that what shows up in your life is a direct reflection of your inner thoughts and emotions.

She also believes the universe is a scampering and moving energy field that offers infinite possibilities.

However, most people only see certain things so that’s what they often see and manifest.

In other words, what you have in your life is what you are really looking for.

Therefore it is really possible to find what it is that you are looking for.

To prove this, the second exercise is designed to make you look for a specific thing.

Start with something small, like maybe cars and make the following intention, “I hereby intend that for the next 48 hours of my life, to look for gold cars.”

For this experiment, it is important that you go for a color you don’t see often, which is why you go with gold.

Write your intention down and take it from there. Try the two experiments out for yourself and let us know how things go. 

The results you get might just turn you into a total believer!