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The most difficult thing for new practitioners of the Law of Attraction to understand and apply is the concept of resistance.
We are told that when we fail to manifest what we try to attract, it's because we're resisting.
Here's the rub: most of us aren't aware that we're resisting. And once we understand that's what's happening, the next question becomes: how can I stop resisting if I can't even feel myself resisting?
That's the question Joel and Walt address in today's show.
This year's election is over, and it's time to ask yourself a simple question. No matter whether your preferred candidate won or lost, which end of the stick did you ask for?
The overwhelming characteristic of this year's election cycle was that so many people focused on what they didn't want. That tendency generally produces the opposite of what people originally intend. Over the next 4 years, we will see the consequences of that national wish played out.
Please forgive the technical glitches with Joel's voice this week. Our connection was less than desirable when we recorded the program.
Still, even with the glitches, this program is well worth listening to.
Walt and Joel spend this episode talking about the things the appreciate in their own lives, in the hope that our listeners will be inspired to engage in a similar, internal examination to be grateful for what's great about their own lives.
After an exciting announcement that we finally have gotten our podcast subscription link working on our website, we immediately dive into the role that the Law of Attraction plays in things like ... well ... getting podcast links to work, and dealing with cable companies and Internet Service Providers ... and all of the other stuff that we often dread on a daily basis but which can surprisingly turn to our benefit simply by focusing on the positive side of things.
Don't pay any attention to this year's Presidential Election. It isn't good for you. Joel and Walt will explain why.
This week we get excited about being excited (because excitement is happily contagious), and Joel tells us some really great news that just occurred in his life. Congratulations Joel!
It's one thing to say that you want to be happy in order to attract what you want to attract into your life. It's another thing to do it without the training wheels. This week, Walt shares a story about how he managed to do just that on one of the most unpleasant days of the Fall season so far.
When you try to attract something into your life, should you focus on the grand ideas generally, or should you pick something specific and detailed on which you can give extra attention to the details?
Joel tells a fascinating personal story that illustrates quite nicely which is the better approach.
It's amazing that Joel and Walt have been doing the show together for nearly a year now, yet they haven't talked about individuality and the Law of Attraction. After all, both are libertarians philosophically. So they decided that the topic was long overdue. If you really want to understand how the Law of Attraction works in your life, you MUST understand that, while we are all connected, we are also all individuals, and we can ultimately only affect our own attractions. This includes the idea that we can't really change someone else's mind. Only they can do that.