The 10 Things I Wish I Would of Known When I First Became Aware of The Law of Attraction
The Law of Attraction is more than an idea - it has strong roots in Quantum Physics. When Dr. Stephen Hawking searches for the black hole and other infinite qualities of the universe, he's also looking for the connection that ties it all together. As motivated as Dr. Hawking is to unravel the connections between energy and matter, he has yet to find the "Grand Unification Theory."
When you consider how this brilliant man works tirelessly with extreme physical disabilities, you can see that he is actually putting the Law of Attraction into work. Whether or not he acknowledges the power of attraction, he is highly focused and positive about what he wants the universe to reveal to him. Perhaps he has already experienced the "Grand Unification Theory" but doesn’t see it because it's not part of a mathematical equation.
Can you see attraction? No, you can't - yet you know it's there. You can feel it when you are intensely attracted to an idea or a person. Attraction is a force that rides on energy. Our physical world may seem solid to the eye, yet it's a flow of energy. Albert Einstein turned the scientific world on edge in 1905 with his simple, powerful equation, E=mc2. In this equation, Einstein told the scientific community what possibility thinkers in the philosophical community already knew - that everything is made of energy.
Once you accept the flow of energy in all things, then you begin to see how the Law of Attraction works. By tapping into the positive energy of the Universe, you can transform that energy. You don't have to be a scientist or a physicist or even understand the complex concepts of Quantum Physics. All you need to know is that everything is energy, which you can transform by the power of your mind.