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The Three Universal Laws

Through a series of events (not coincidences but a path that was meant to be...) I decided to visit B&N today and purchase three books, The Law of Attraction, by Esther and Jerry Hicks, The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason, and Think & Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill.

The Three Universal Laws:

1. The Law of Attraction - That which is like unto itself, is drawn. (Most powerful law in the universe)

Simplified: Put on a smile or an outfit that makes you feel good about yourself. Get into your happy place and happy people will find you.

2. Science of Deliberate Creation - That which I give thought to and that which I believe or expect - is.

Simplified: You get what you are thinking about whether you want it or not. (DAD!) So think positive thoughts people and everything will work out in the end.

3. The Art of Allowing says "I am that which I am, and am willing to allow all otherse to be that which they are."

Simplified: Someone can only be part of your thoughts and experiences if you allow them so don't let that coworker, or ex-friend get to you. Just walk away.

That's all I've got so far. Stay tuned or get a copy of "The Law of Attraction," by Esther and Jerry Hicks. And think about how simple these laws are but how their ideas are routed in religion (faith), the golden rule, and what our mothers told us growing up.