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    The Law of Attraction always yields to you the essence of the balance of your thoughts.

    --- What does this sentence mean in simple terms? Does it say that thanks to the Law of Attraction you can achieve the balance of your thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    The Law of Attraction always yields to you the essence of the balance of your thoughts.

    --- What does this sentence mean in simple terms? Does it say that thanks to the Law of Attraction you can achieve the balance of your thoughts?
    Where does this come from? If it means anything, it means that through the Law of Attraction (whatever that is) you can be given the essence of the balance of your thoughts (whatever that means). It doesn't mean achieving anything.

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    So it says that The Law of Attraction gives one the balance of thoughts?

    It's from this book: Amazon.com: Manifest Your Desires: 365 Ways to Make Your Dreams a Reality (9781401916947): Esther Hicks, Jerry Hicks: Books

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    So it says that The Law of Attraction gives one the balance of thoughts?

    It's from this book: Amazon.com: Manifest Your Desires: 365 Ways to Make Your Dreams a Reality (9781401916947): Esther Hicks, Jerry Hicks: Books
    No, it says that the Law of attraction gives one the essence of the balance of thoughts.

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    It gives one the essence of the balance of thoughts.
    It gives one the balance of thoughts.

    To me, it doesn't matter if I include "essence" or not. It will still mean that thanks to The L. of Attr. I get the balance of my thoughts, doesn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GUEST2008 View Post
    Hi

    The Law of Attraction always yields to you the essence of the balance of your thoughts.

    --- What does this sentence mean in simple terms? Does it say that thanks to the Law of Attraction you can achieve the balance of your thoughts?
    I think it means that while you have to take action to acheive what you want, thinking about what you want to achieve, imagining that it is actually happening, and believing that it can happen is very helpful.

    If think you can, then you can.
    If you think you can't, then you're correct.

    Of course, one has to be realistic. But go for it.

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