The Highs and Lows of The Laws of Attraction
The Highs and Lows of The Laws of Attraction by Jan Engels-Smith
We are living in an attraction-based universe, and when you ask, it is always answered, but the answer may create a positive or negative result depending on our way of asking. If we ask for a positive result with a positive frame of mind we will receive the result we seek, but there is a danger in assuming that a focus on a negative condition that we seek to keep away from us will drive it away.
Remember that this is an attraction-based universe and a negative thought will attract a negative result. The attention to the negative draws it to us even as we wish for it to go away. We attract; we do not repel. If you yell-I want this! You attract it. If you yell- I DON’T want this, you attract it. The important consideration is how we frame our thoughts, how we use the power of attraction to draw to us that which we wish to have, and how we allow what we do not wish to have to not be in our sphere of attraction.
The Laws of Attraction are based on vibrational frequencies of energy. Energy emanates from and is attracted to all living beings as well as inanimate objects. These invisible forces interact with other forces within their orbits and there is a constant interplay of energies that alter each other and create conditions of physical, emotional, and spiritual alteration. The attraction of energy is governed by the principle that vibrations match other vibrations. High frequency energy vibration is attracted to energy vibrations of a like frequency and low vibrations are attracted to like energies of low vibrations. Similar energies resonate with each other. A simple example of this exists in tests with tuning forks. Tuning forks are made to vibrate to certain notes on a musical scale. If an “A” tuning fork is placed at one end of a football field and another “A” fork is placed at the other end, when one is struck and frequency waves are generated they will cause the other fork to vibrate to the same frequency. But when unlike tuning forks are tested, a “G” tuning fork will not create a responding vibration in an “A” tuning fork.
The vibrations are invisible but the reactant object recognizes the vibrations and reacts accordingly. Like tuning forks, we are resonant with vibrational forces around us. When we emanate positive vibrations they interact with like vibrations and when we tune to a negative frequency, we connect to negative energies.