How Thoughts Attract
This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
Can you explain the difference between the Law of Attraction and the Law of Vibration?
The Law of Attraction is actually NOT one of the seven Universal Laws. I know people think that it is, but it's not.
The Law of Attraction is based off of the Law of Vibration, and basically says that you attract to you whatever it is that you're in harmony with.
But the truth is that you’re not attracting anything…
You are just becoming aware of what already exists.
You see, based on the Law of Polarity, if you have a desire for something the way and means to achieve that desire must already be present…the problem is, you just can’t see it.
When I teach about changing your vibration, I’m talking about teaching yourself how to think at a different level so that you can see a different opportunity that’s are already around you.
And then…here’s the kicker…
You have to TAKE ACTION
on that opportunity.
I have never seen anybody sit on a couch, change their vibration and then all of a sudden they get wealthy.
It does not work that way, it really doesn't. It sure would be nice if it did, right?
On Tuesday of this week, I’ll be hosting a free training explaining this Law…and giving you specific strategies to think different so that you can see different, and then take action to get the result you’ve been hoping for. I’m starting at 1pm ET, and I’ll be sending the recording out if you can’t join me live. CLICK HERE to get the details!
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