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Law of Attraction! Believe with traps and possibilities

Chapter 5: Believe with traps and possibilities

“Light yourself up. Find refuge within yourself.

Take away all your outer hiding places.

Hold on to the truth like a lamp illuminating the way.

Hold the truth as a refuge.

Don’t rely on anyone but yourself. -Buddha

The Buddha taught us not to believe anything

until we can verify its validity by our own experience.

In this way, we will not easily believe,

but will gain access to the causal relationship hidden in all things and phenomena,

and also learn what is really right

or wrong rather than holding on to it,

take one’s opinion or opinion blindly,

which is greatly influenced by the level of education,

or the socio economic

or the country we live in,

the media as well as a lot of external factors in other scene.

There is a faith that we do not need

to verify its authenticity that is faith in ourselves.

As we discussed in chapter 1,

this belief is the key to inspiration;

It is the motivation for you to think,

speak and act most effectively to bring success

to both your inner world as well as your outer world.

Our lives are full of surprises.

Fundamental changes,

for better or for worse,

occur at regular intervals

and evoke feelings of discomfort

and fear within people.

With so much uncertainty,

it’s only natural

that we cling to beliefs that give us a sense

of security and stability in our lives.

God, Allah, Jesus,

Mohammad and Buddha are all subjects of world religious beliefs.

Belief in their commandments can be helpful

because we find in them wisdom and reason.

There are also religions that stray from the path of true insight,

such as astrology,

paranormal arts,


or religious rituals.

It doesn’t matter if there’s any truth behind these things,

but it’s an exercise in feeding people’s fears and ambitions.

Therefore, it cannot be the true path to success

and certainly not the path to liberation to enlightenment.

“I have only one simple religion.

No need for temples, no complicated philosophies.

Our brains and hearts are temples;

philosophy is kindness.”-14th Da Lama

Despite the insights found in many religious traditions,

war and hatred based on faith are still ongoing.

When wisdom goes astray

and indulges in superstitions and human desires,

the consequences are incalculable.

Wise people never believe that the things that come

from their desires can be right and beneficial in the long run.

We act ignorant

and create a lot of trouble for ourselves

and for the world while seeking salvation

from outside forces

instead of seeing through our own minds.

After all,

it is our minds that create the problems

and actually create our own world.

Life will break you.

Nobody can protect you from that,

and living alone won’t either,

for solitude will also break you with its yearning.

You have to love.

You have to feel it.

It is the reason you are here on earth.

You are here to risk your heart.

You are here to be swallowed up.

And when it happens that you are broken,

or betrayed, or left,

or hurt,

or death brushes near,

let yourself sit by an apple tree and listen

to the apples falling all around you in heaps,

wasting their sweetness.

Tell yourself you tasted as many

as you could. — Louise Erdrich



Buddhism doesn’t teach us

to believe that each person has a pre-destined

or predestined fate (although a lot of religious people still believe that),

but Buddhism does teach us

that everything happens in our lives.

It’s all the result of what we do.

That is the law of nature:

cause creates effect.

The exercise of awareness of each person is also in the nature of nature.

People look deep inside,

make themselves subject to study,

and the data collected arises from often hard

to observe internal phenomena

such as thoughts and emotions.

Only by careful analysis

of these phenomena can we distinguish right from wrong.

If we don’t see cause

and effect clearly

by analyzing what’s going on inside of us,

we will cling to foolish beliefs.

The Buddha taught us not to put our faith in what we hear,

what others believe,



words in books,




relation to a reason,

theory, the reputation of the person

who made this opinion,

or even what your teachers taught you.



“If you have faith even as small as a mustard seed,

you can move mountains.”-“God”

You fear failure because you believe you will fail.

When you get rid of this belief,

most of your fear will be destroyed immediately.

If you believe that your spouse is never the one to betray,

then you have nothing to fear.

In this situation,

fear doesn’t bring any benefit

but only makes the situation worse

even if they really cheated on you.

Think positive and turn your negative emotions into positive as much as possible.

If you believe you can fail,

stop yourself from that feeling,

trust completely in your sure success,

and then it will come to you.

Just think positive thinking alone does not create that much power.

But if you sincerely believe that you think right,

while your thinking is reinforced

by what you believe,

then the creative power of the universe will be at work.

Some people think they will be rich

but they don’t really believe it.

“Positivity, confidence

and persistence are the keys in life.

So never give up on yourself.”- Khalid

Take a look at your own life to see if you are like them.

All athletes think about winning,

but this mindset must be reinforced

by the unshakable belief that they will win.

Without this belief,

their thoughts will become useless,

they turn into bubbles that float on the water

and then dissolve on their own

as if they never existed.

If they have the power of faith with them,

they will surely focus their strength

and prepare well for the competition.

Trust can easily spread from person to person.

For example, you are working in an office environment

and you believe that one of your colleagues

is not fulfilling his responsibilities.

Then you let other co-workers know how you feel

and suggest that perhaps this person should be fired.

Once you’ve planted this seed in your colleague’s mind,

it’s obvious that they’ll begin

to see the other person’s faults more deeply.

Before long, they might think he’s unfit for the job.

However, this phenomenon can also be applied in a positive way.

If you believe your name will be

at the top of the list of upcoming promotions,

people will believe it too.

And in an office environment,

chances are your boss will believe the same.

If we revisit the example given in Chapter 1 of Henry Ford

and his wife’s encouragement,

we will see that if the spouse believes in you and says so,

your chances of success automatically increase will be doubled.

Successful affirmative leaders understand this Secret well,

and they spread their beliefs far and wide

until their advocacy becomes widespread

to achieve their goals.

Jimmy Hoffa is a genius in this field.

He brought together hundreds of thousands of low income

and overworked workers to form a union that laid the foundation

for America’s middle class.

He did this because he truly believed in what he was doing.

Unfortunately, almost all of the world’s most terrible tyrants

know this power of faith.

Such people link their thoughts to a very strong belief

that attracts them

and the minds of their followers,

from which they gather great encouragement

and spread their terrors all over the world.

Beliefs are extremely powerful

and can have beneficial

or harmful results.

It is a sad fact that beliefs are often drawn in harmful directions

and that is why we have so many famines,

violence and wars.

If we hold foolish beliefs from the beginning,

they will be like a fertile ground for racism,

sexism or any other thought that can cause suffering.

Don’t be too gullible;

Use the power of faith effectively and properly.

“Be careful when doing the quest to ‘destroy evil’,

as it may turn you into exactly

what you are up against.”-Eckhart Tolle

Just like thinking, beliefs have both good and bad extremes

but are much stronger than thinking.

Use your beliefs positively

and you will be able to control your destiny.

Perhaps no more convincing proof of the power

of faith is the story of Morris Goodman,

told in The Secret.

A plane crash left him paralyzed

and doctors told him

that the only motor skill left in him was the ability to blink.

But he believes he will be able to go back;

he saw this image in his head

and what remained became history.

Today, Morris is known as the Miracle Man.

He understands how to use the Creative Process,

is a master of his ability to channel the iron power

of belief and emotional imagery into his desires.

Laugh, even when you feel too sick

or too worn out or tired.

Smile, even when you’re trying not to cry

and the tears are blurring your vision.

Sing, even when people stare at you

and tell you your voice is crappy.

Trust, even when your heart begs you not to.

Twirl, even when your mind makes no sense of what you see.

hey, even when you are made fun of.

Kiss, even when others are watching.

Sleep, even when you’re afraid

of what the dreams might bring.

Run, even when it feels like you can’t run any more.

And, always, remember,

even when the memories pinch your heart.

Because the pain of all your experience is

what makes you the person you are now.

And without your experience,

you are an empty page,

a blank notebook,

a missing lyric.

What makes you brave is your willingness

to live through your terrible life

and hold your head up high the next day.

So don’t live life in fear.

Because you are stronger now,

after all the crap has happened,

than you ever were back before it started. ― Alysha Speer


Chapter 5: Top Secrets


Beliefs can provide the important inspiration

and motivation needed to achieve success.

Beliefs can be contagious to others.

Children will believe in themselves

if their parents believe it too.

Beliefs are stronger than thoughts.

Just thinking positively,

you won’t get much if you don’t really believe in your thinking.

If you can do this, success will come very quickly.

To do good, we must believe in ourselves,

believe in what we say and do,

believe in what is right and wise.

Don’t make yourself the repository of every opinion we receive.

Don’t trust blindly easily.

Instead, take note of what the Buddha taught

and prove the truth to yourself

without relying on the teachings of others.

Even this advice!

The power of faith is increased

by proper preparation.

If something important is about

to happen to our loved ones,

our faith in them helps.

So honestly believe in them.

First, you have to believe in yourself.

This will make people trust you.

True faith comes from the depths of each person.

This belief will put your unconscious in touch

with the powers in the universe and create your reality.

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