Saying No to anything is the same as saying Yes, as far as the Law of Attraction is concerned. Yes is what the universe says in response to all asking, to all requests. This is because the universe operates on the principle of vibrational matching.
(Note: The No I’m talking about is focused attention on something you don’t want, not declining an offer of more salad at dinner, or saying No when asked whether you liked a movie.)
Our species is very fond of resisting unwanted things. We fight cancer, we fight hunger, we fight the spread of “misinformation,” and most of all we fight Trump. I don’t get it. Trump is a has-been who hasn’t been in power for three years. Why does this guy trigger so many people?
Well, he sure as hell triggers the government and the national security establishment.
This is demonstrated in the most recent indictment of Trump by Jack Smith’s DC Grand Jury. Charge 3 says,
“The Defendant had a right, like every American, to speak publicly about the election and even to claim, falsely, that there had been outcome-determinative fraud during the election and that he had won. He was also entitled to challenge the results of the election through lawful and appropriate means, such as by seeking recounts or audits of the popular vote in states by filing lawsuits challenging ballots and procedures. Indeed, in many cases the Defendant did pursue these methods of contesting the election results. His efforts to change the outcome in any state through recounts, audits, or legal challenges were uniformly unsuccessful.”
Then the indictment proceeds to charge Trump for doing what the indictment says is OK. Apparently the Powers That Be don’t want any disagreement with their narratives, and Trump is always slamming something.
The government wants you to agree with their “experts” and their “fact checkers” and their Special Prosecutors, and if you don’t, you’re in trouble. Despite any evidence to the contrary. For example, in my state, Michigan, our AG charged the Republican special electors for casting alternative votes in the 2020 election, when in 2016 Hillary Clinton’s special electors did exactly the same thing.
My question is, how is fighting Trump working out? Well, despite the indictments, Trump is as popular as ever. In some polls his popularity is even going up.
How is that possible?
Because, as Mae West said, “All pub is good pub.”
And because what you resist persists.
And because what you put your attention on, you get more of.
And because saying No is the same as saying Yes.
Anything that is focused on immediately results in vibrational matching. Doesn’t matter whether you want it or don’t want it. You can say No to X over and over and it will just lead to more of X in your life.
Media are baffled by this phenomenon. They can’t understand why Trump is still standing after years of attacks.
Even if Trump is the criminal he has been accused of since 2016, resisting Trump simply makes him more powerful. Hating Trump makes him more powerful. Saying No to Trump is the same as saying Yes to Trump. Trump supporters call this phenomenon “Trump Derangement Syndrome” (you can look this up in Psychology Today).
People who hate Trump would do much better to ignore him. Trump thrives on attention. His followers love it when he gets attacked; it just makes them support him more.
This shouldn’t be so hard to understand.
The intention of ruthless attacks is to intimidate someone so they will shut up. This works for those who don’t have the money to resist Lawfare attacks, or don’t have bodyguards to protect them. But it aint going to work on Trump. Maybe he understands the Law of Attraction, who knows?
Hating on something is worse for you than it is for the hated thing. Hating makes a person feel rotten and leads to stress and ill health.
Because of the nature of vibrational matching, anything you place your attention on is activated within you, and becomes part of the signal you send out to the universe at large. When you say No to something, your attention and focus is upon it; therefore, you begin to resonate to it. When you say yes to something, your focus is upon it and you begin to resonate to it. In both cases, you begin to interact more and more with the thing your attention is on, regardless of whether it is wanted or not.
This is obvious in the case of Trump, who gets more media coverage than Biden even though he’s been out of power for almost 3 years.
Saying No to Trump (or anyone) is pointless because you’re going to get what you say No to anyway, and doing so just makes you feel bad.
One solution is to STOP saying No to what is unwanted, but that wouldn’t work because the word STOP is almost the same as the word NO.
Perhaps saying Yes would work. Saying Yes places yourself in an attitude of non-resistance, which lines you up with positive emotion, and higher vibrations.
Trying to change another’s behavior butts up against the Law of Free Will and the First Principle. Someone like Trump with a strong will is never going to submit. Some have even publicly suggested to put Trump in jail so he can’t run against the candidate of the Powers That Be, but that’s what happens in right-wing military dictatorships, or in Communist countries. Some have suggested that killing Trump is justified, but that’s a level of hate it’s hard for me to understand.
“I’m not saying Yes to Trump” you say. “And I’m not ignoring him either. That’s a cop-out.”
Maybe. But saying Yes feels a lot better than No. They’re both the same anyway.