“All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts…” – “As You Like It,” Act II, Scene VII and Neville Goddard’s book, Seedtime and Harvest, Chapter 2: The Four Mighty Ones
What if someone were to tell you that “you can be, do and have anything you wanted?” Would you believe it? Or would it seem too impossible? And what if this same person was to tell you that through your thoughts and feelings, you create your own reality? That you are not a victim of circumstance at all?
Would your interest be piqued? Would you want to know more? Would questions pop up?
Even better yet, what if this same person told you that you could have perfect health no matter how bad your health is right now? After all, what good is a boatload of money if you can’t enjoy it?
That is the promise of the Law of Attraction.
In 2006, Rhonda Byrne produced a movie called “The Secret.” If you’ve never heard of it, you should watch it. Since you’re reading this article, you might as well see the movie that started a huge awareness about it…
So, what is the Law of Attraction?
The Law of Attraction isn’t just a law. In reality, it is so much more. Because of the significance of what it means, it can also be described as a way of being – a way of living – a scientific fact and also a philosophy that can impact you for the better in every single aspect and part of your life.
So what does the “law” part of the Law of Attraction mean?
It’s just as prevalent but even more powerful than the law of gravity. In its simplest terms, it means that “like attracts like.” In other words, things that are of a similar nature attract one another. Or, “that which is like unto itself is drawn.” These facts can be illustrated by two tuning forks that give off the same exact sound frequency – or the same vibrational frequency. When one tuning fork is clanked, the vibration activates the other tuning fork without it even being touched.
But the law doesn’t just apply to tuning forks, or any musical instrument. The law applies to everything in life. It applies to thoughts that you think, experiences that you have, any events (whether they are good or bad) you experience, and even people who come into your life.
In other words, you create every bit of your reality by the thoughts that you choose and the corresponding feeling, or vibration, that you have. In this Law of Attraction concept, you attract into your life both the good and the bad.
The teachings from the Law of Attraction are that we live in a “yes-based” universe. What this means is that you attract whatever you think about whether you want it or not. So, whenever you shout “No!” to something, the Universe hears “Yes!” Why? Because the Universe doesn’t hear yes or no. It only focuses on what you are focusing on. So, whatever you think about, you attract, whether you want it or not.
You Create Your Own Reality
When people first learn about the power that they have to create their own reality through the Law of Attraction, at first, they think, “Great! I create my own reality!” But then when people realize that they are suddenly responsible for EVERYTHING that has ever happened to them in the past, present and future, typically, they may start to feel concerned and perhaps even upset.
“You mean I created all the bad stuff too?”
That’s the hardest part to comprehend, but when you accept it, then you can fully gain creative, powerful control over EVERYTHING that happens in your life.
Many people of great fame, fortune and wealth have spoken and written about it. Some of these people include Andrew Carnegie, Napoleon Hill, Oprah, Will Smith, Jim Carrey, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Dr. Joe Vitale, Bob Proctor, Michael Beckwith and more.
Even Shakespeare had an inkling that we all have creative, powerful control…
As the quote states above, Shakespeare once said that “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” According to the teachings we learn from the Law of Attraction, all of this is very true.
Neville Goddard’s Book
In the book “Seedtime and Harvest, Chapter 2: The Four Mighty One,” author Neville Goddard talks about how we are all producers, authors, directors and actors of our own lives.
The producer in us creates the theme of the play in the form of a wish or a desire, such as, “I want to be successful,” or, “I wish I was healthy, married,” etc… But that is too vague and general. To bring detail and specifics, we need the author in us. But the creative author in us only needs to concern himself with the last scene of the play where the wish is fulfilled. Every last detail of it can and should be created. As the book says, “He mentally constructs as life-like a scene as possible of what he would experience had he realized his wish.”
- The director’s job is to keep the actor practicing his lines until it feels normal and natural – as if the scene was absolutely real.
- The actors job is to, as the book says, not just visualize or observe, but to “enact(s) the drama, and do it over and over again until it takes on the tones of reality.”
Producer, author, director and actor…
You are all of it. And the best way to create your reality is not just to visualize it or to imagine it
- But to immerse yourself into the scenes
- To be the actor and not the audience
- To feel the scene, the wish fulfilled in your here and now.
Feeling Is The Secret
From the Law of Attraction perspective, all that matters is now, now, now, now, now. You are constantly emitting a vibration out into the Universe that is being heard. And the most passion, happiness, excitement and thrill you can add to what you want, the louder it is, the quicker will be the results.
Via the Law of Attraction, you can create perfect health, lots of wealth, wonderful relationships, and a beautiful life.
If you were to sum up the advice from the teachings of the Law of Attraction into just two words, they would be,
Feel good no matter what. Feel good no matter where. Feel good not matter how…
Just feel good!
Be unconditional – live an unconditional life, and everything you want will come to you in magnificent fashion…