Recently, the Law of Attraction and its principles have become very popular and the interest around this topic is increasing significantly.
The concept around this immutable Law and its mechanism has been known for centuries by very few men and women who achieved great accomplishments harnessing this power.
The history of the Law of Attraction has its roots in very ancient times, probably in Egypt. Nevertheless, this Law has been created with the universe itself and governs our very lives, whether we realize it or not.
Simply put, the Law of Attraction gravitates around the fact that “like attracts like” or, what you focus on will surely bring back to you similar things, persons or situations that vibrates at the equivalent frequency.
As said before, the birth of the principles of this Law dates back to the Ancient Egypt. Here, Hermes Trismegistus, a man of great wisdom and almost compared to a God-like figure, wrote the Hermetica.
The Hermetica consisted of wisdom texts organized as dialogues between a teacher and a disciple. This wise man educates the disciple about the divine, the power of mind, the forces of nature and the cosmos. The figure of Hermes can be considered, as far as we know, the first to grasp the concept of what we perceive today as the Law of Attraction.
Following, history counted more and more human beings who came to know or discovered how to harness this amazing power.
Inside the most famous book about the Law of Attraction, “The Secret”, author Rhonda Byrne states that this Law was known and applied by some of the most important persons in human history.
Among the great thinkers, artists and musicians who became aware of this great Law, we can surely count Plato, Socrates, Francis Bacon, William Shakespeare, Leonardo da Vinci and Ludwig van Beethoven. They expressed their knowledge of the Law inside their creations, but most of the time being forced to conceil their message for quite obvious reasons.
In the course of history, and especially after the Middle Ages, the Law has been deliberately kept secret to the masses. The intent to concentrate the power into the hands of the few has been quite successful, even to the present day.
However, thanks to many of those prominent names listed above, the knowledge of the Law of Attraction has been preserved and handed down through the centuries, for the benefit of all.
Even looking at all the greatest Religions of the world from an unbiased stanpoint, it’s easy to identify their message as one.
Buddah, Jesus the Christ, Mohamed and many more among the greatest men who walked this Earth, clearly understood the way the Law worked. They devoted their entire lives applying its principles and spreading their message as much as possible to the world.
In modern times, the subject has been often used by several authors to promote personal development techniques and to instruct people how to achieve success in any area of life.
Today, even because of our modern technology, we are flooded by enormous amounts of information. We have it here, right now at our disposal. It’s our duty to use discernment and find the Truth.
We can be sure of one thing: the Law of Attraction is one of the great Laws governing the universe. It has always been, it is and forever will be acting in our lives, whether we are conscious or oblivious of It.
For the thruth and wisdom seekers, a thorough understanding of how this Law works and how It can be applied, becomes a necessity.
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