Is there such a thing as the law of attraction?
In physics certainly, however there is the same law working in human affairs.
It works in the same way the physical law does, seemingly without notice, but in truth beyond our perception.
But beyond our perception or not, the laws of attraction are working within the human sphere of existence.
Many successful people have understood this, and used it not only to enrich themselves, but the whole of mankind as well.
We will show you some ancient Vedic prayers, and how they work.
However we warn that these prayers are meant to attract wealth and you are meant to share it once attracted. Not sharing it evokes the law of repulsion (loss of that attracted).
If you follow the arguments in physics today, you can arrive at the decision that our world is made up completely of thinking (intelligent) non-stuff (something with no mass) but energy.
If this is so, the only thing that matches that description in our world is a thought.
A thought is certainly intelligent, it has no mass, but it does have energy.
So, if the physicists are correct, and they now tend to agree with the ancient Rishis (learned holy men)then our world is composed basically of thought and ideas. Hard to conceptualize?
Not at all.
A dream seems real, but its only construction is thought and ideas brought to our sub and unconscious mind.
The Law of Attraction
Attracting to us anything we need may be our natural talent and ability.
Certainly we all have the ability to swim, but we must learn to do it normally. We all have the ability to do many wonderful (and terrible) things, but it often takes training and practice.
Bringing to us what we need (and often only what we want) is also such an ability.
All of creation is know to be vibrating at specific frequencies, each frequency for each atom, and molecule, and each and every combination.
A manta is special prayer whereby we create a vibration that has the response built into it. The mantra conforms to the law of attraction (if it that kind of a mantra), and can evoke the object of that wishing to be attracted.
A Mantra to Attract God’s Attention
The following mantra is so powerful, that just by saying it over and over constitutes a form of yoga.
It says in the Bhagavad Gita (the greatest Hindu Holy Book, and believed to be the words of God),
“Among Sacrifices, I am the Sacrifice of Repetition of God’s Name”
Try repeating and of the following mantras, several times a day. Each line is a separate mantra. Repeat the one that feels most natural to you.
Om namo Nārāyaņāya (Om honor to the God in man)
Om Hari Om (Om God Om)
Om namah Śivāya (Om honor to Śiva)
Om namo Bhagavate Vāsudevāya (Om honor to the Holy Krishna, God of spiritual wealth)
Om Śrī Rāma jaya Rāma jaya jaya Rāma (Om Śrī Rāma victory Rāma victory victory Rāma)
Power of Mantras
As said above, the mantra creates a vibration where the response is built in.
Almost all (if not all) religions have their prayers or supplications to God (or whatever they worship) repetitive.
The repetition increases the size and velocity of the vibration.
Saying a mantra once may have little or no effect, certainly not on the law of attraction.
You need to repeat it over and over again. You need to make yourself vibrate with it, and that same vibration goes out into the universe. You can be quite certain there will be a response.