The Secret: The Law of Attraction

El Barto

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Doubtful. After reading a few of his recent posts, I've come to think you are what you spread: in his case it's hate & crap. The poor fella needs help, but I don't think I am the one that can do that.
Show him your gun collection, that might set him straight. Or play William Telll with him.
 

chateau

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The Law of Attraction

Hello everyone,

Have looked throughthe discussions and opinions on that theme, but have not found any information on the use of that Law. Ia anybody trying to follow the Law of Attracation principles? I wonder also to know the exeprience of westmanguy

:smile:
 

darkbeaver

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The gravity of this planet has attracted me to it permanently unless I can achieve orbital velocity and aim my homemade launch tube/capsule in the right direction, I intend to use line of sight navigation to avoid the expence of coputers. The attraction is enormous though,I still have several hundred tons of propellant to distill I'll have to stop drinking it.
 

Dexter Sinister

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Have looked throughthe discussions and opinions on that theme, but have not found any information on the use of that Law. Ia anybody trying to follow the Law of Attracation principles? I wonder also to know the exeprience of westmanguy

Westmanguy is no longer posting here. Note that his name appears in red and it says "Time out" under it; that means he's banned.

The Law of Attraction is a silly New Age belief that your mental state attracts external events and conditions that match it. On one level it's trivially true--how many friends do you have who seriously disagree with your core beliefs or don't like you?--but a few minutes of clear thinking should convince you that the Law of Attraction is false. Read this.

You'd do better to study Andrew Carnegie's and Norman Vincent Peale's writings about positive thinking. It's the same stuff, but without the New Age mysticism and exaggerated claims.
 

Kreskin

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The gravity of this planet has attracted me to it permanently unless I can achieve orbital velocity and aim my homemade launch tube/capsule in the right direction, I intend to use line of sight navigation to avoid the expence of coputers. The attraction is enormous though,I still have several hundred tons of propellant to distill I'll have to stop drinking it.
Steven Hawkings Plumber? LOL
 

darkbeaver

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Great devotees of positive thinking are easy to spot because they go arround in circles like a moth on a light bulb. Without negative thinking we can't travel in a straight line.:smile:
 

L Gilbert

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hehehe Some Christians just can't let anyone believe what they want without calling it evil and the work of Satan whether or not they or what they believe does any harm. It's really quite saddening and evokes my pity.
And Dex is right. This "Law" off attraction is not a law, but just a silly hypothesis.
 
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darkbeaver

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hehehe Some Christians just can't let anyone believe what they want without calling it evil and the work of Satan whether or not they or what they believe does any harm or not. It's really quite saddening and evokes my pity.
And Dex is right. This "Law" off attraction is not a law, but just a silly hypothesis.

Dex says it's the New Silly Age belief, my quess is that's acurate.:smile:
 

chateau

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Thank you for your thoughts. Positive thinking is the core message from the Law of Attraction, isn't it? I thought so...^_^
 

darkbeaver

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to quote Flip Wilson:

what you see is what you get ...

:)

A stylish beard perhaps. We will have to lower our expectations. Candidate a. is to undergo a hip replacent early in the new year and won't be ready for your audiance till spring. Candidate b. requires 3600 sq ft of dog kennel with central heating she dosn't like Minisotta but sweet talk and chocos will win the day, the lady has a confection problem to match her girth. Do not loose heart Gopher I'm sure we will find a match for you at reasonable cost.:smile: