When I was intensely studying black magick, one of the concepts I heard pretty regularly was that to be a God, we must go against the Universe. We must subdue it and break out of its control. And this made a certain amount of sense at the time. After all, all the world’s religions are… Read More »
I noticed something interesting recently. Christine and I have been watching the series, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. We finished that on Saturday ?, but yesterday just started watching the series Lucifer. What did I notice? Well it was in a conversation with my mother yesterday when I said we were thinking of watching this… Read More »
When you grow up in a certain religion, you are probably taught that religion is the Truth. Some people don’t even question that authority, and happily go around preaching that Truth, continuing the cycle. As you probably know by now, I grew up a very devout Catholic. I wanted to be a nun at one point.… Read More »
Karma is one of those topics honestly not brought up very much in law of attraction circles. It seems to be completely at odds with the philosophy of the LOA.
But it bears considering what, if any, relation there is between karma and the law of attraction. If karma is indeed real, does it mean that we can only manifest what’s in alignment with our karma? If karma does not exist, then does that mean that there are no repercussions to immoral actions?
Before writing this post, I did some research on what others are saying on karma and the law of attraction. I saw two general themes:
- Karma doesn’t exist, and you can manifest anything
- Karma exists, and those who are successful are successful because of good karma
Seems like a pretty important issue, right? So, I thought it called for a detailed post on the matter.… Read More »
A lot of people believe that there is some universal plan for their lives, and for the world as a whole. They often use this belief as a way to dismiss their own desires: “What if it’s not part of the universal plan? Can the law of attraction still work for me?”
I used to have this same fear. Growing up, I strongly believed that I was meant to help others. But, as I got older, this fear arose. I feared that perhaps the Universe had some other plan for me. I feared that my own desires didn’t really matter.
And isn’t that really what it all comes down to? We all fear that our desires don’t matter—that our desires won’t be attainable in the end.
How can you reconcile, then, the belief in the law of attraction, with the belief that there is some greater plan for us all?
Did we come here for some particular lesson, and are we allowed to go off course if so? Can our desires be overridden?
Those are the questions I’ll be answering in today’s post.… Read More »