New to LOA, a couple questions

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  1. Shadix

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    I have just started reading about LOA and I have a couple questions...

    First, lets say I want something but it is not very specific, like for example, I want a job that pays well and I will enjoy, however no specifics about what kind of job or anything so it's difficult to visualize. Will the LOA work for something like that?

    Second, what if it is something that way be physically impossible? For example, what if I was wanting changes in my physical appearance which are just not possible? Would it somehow work in a different way? Or would it just have no effect?
     
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    Hi Shadix,

    Yes, the LOA can work for non-specific things, but it helps if you can be more specific about it, so you can imagine and visualise yourself in that job/state more clearly, and that will 'infuse' your subconscious with the state of being that it should aim towards.

    If the thing you 'want' is actually impossible then of course it will never work. The things you choose must be 'reasonable' to achieve, whether it's a short term achievement or a long term achievement.

    The key to LOA working effectively is:
    a) choose a goal that is reasonable to achieve
    b) be clear in the detail
    c) visiualize/use affirmations etc. that make that goal appear to be in the present moment.
     
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    This kind of trips me up, because how can we really know if the thing we want to achieve is impossible? The example I gave was something obvious, but in many situations, couldn't something be physically impossible without us knowing? For example, if I am wanting a particular kind of job, it could be that for some reason unknown to me, it isn't physically possible for me to get a job like that.

    But from what I read about the LOA, it seemed like it was saying that pretty much anything you ask for you can get. Like I even read that if you are in love with someone you can use the LOA to bring them into your life.
     
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    If you don't know that it's impossible then you should set it as your goal anyway, believing it to be possible. Along the way, you will find out if it's possible or not and can adjust your goal(s) to make them reasonable once you find out.

    Depends where you're reading it. Some people over-hype it and mislead or allow people to misunderstand it.
    Sure, if you love someone you can use LOA to bring them into your life, if it's reasonable for them to be there.
     
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    Ok, so are you saying that the LOA will only help you achieve things that are already within your reach?

    And how exactly would the LOA make you find out if you goal is impossible? How would you be able to tell that this is the case and not simply that the LOA hasn't run its course yet?
     
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    They don't "already" have to be within your reach, but they have to be reasonable.
    It would be unreasonable to, for example, try and bring someone into your life if they already have a life of their own and they are perfectly happy, as the chances are that they are not in any position to want to change where they are at. It would also be unreasonable to use it to win the lottery, when you know that the lottery is down to chance, yet on the other hand you could use it to imagine yourself more well off with money, and then the opportunities that can lead you there will become more noticeable to you (assuming you take the opportunities as they arise).

    So, the goal can seem out of your current reach, but as long as it's something that is reasonable and possible, then there's no harm use LOA for it; just don't expect things to change overnight, as some more extreme goals may be attracted in small steps.
     

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