The Law of Attraction is one of the most powerful and fundamental laws of the universe. Many of the mysteries of life can be clarified by a basic knowledge of this important concept.
Fundamental principles of the Law of Attraction:
Example: The poles of a battery are arbitrarily assigned opposite charges, plus and minus. However, the negative pole has a surplus of electrons and the positive pole has a surfeit of electrons. The electrons at the pole with a surplus of electrons flow to the pole which is lacking electrons, and the system finds balance. The common denominator is, of course, the electron, so like attracts like.
15a) Protection from something unwanted is impossible, for one immediately activates the vibration of the unwanted thing, and so begins to attract more of it.
15b) De-activation of something not wanted is impossible, for in the attempted deactivation of the unwanted thing, one immediately activates the vibration of the unwanted thing, and so begins to attract more of it. Try not to think of an elephant.
In a time-space universe, no two objects can occupy the same spatial coordinates at the same time. Therefore no two observers can have the same viewpoint, even if every observer in the universe were to view an event at the same time. Objectivity is defined as of, or having to do with a known or perceived object as distinguished from something existing only in the mind of the subject, or person thinking. (Websters New World Dictionary, College Edition, 1962). Since every observer has a different viewpoint, there cannot be complete agreement as to the true nature or reality of any phenomenon. True objectivity requires an observer who can perceive the entirety of space-time all at once, as a whole, in any moment of time. But this is the definition of God. Since no observer can have the status of God, and since science rejects God, there can be no true scientific claim of objectivity. Stated another way:
Its all a result of Law of Attraction.