The most powerful attraction is the "low power", high frequency, low intensity attraction that works like a steam locomotive, slow at first and then powerfully running and obvious before it gets to its destination. Sure, in a way it would be "nice" if bolts of lasers and lightning and obvious proof of working was all over the place, but, I find it is the not obvious that is the most powerful like looking for the beautiful sunflower growing in the middle of the Gobi desert oasis.
Recently, I was listening to part of a three hour seminar I have on the subconscious mind thinking deeply about the laws of attraction, goal setting and the mind as a teleological mechanism of importance to real power, and I thought of the key facts I mentioned in this article:
Attraction does not work always as obviously as it does in the movies, but nevertheless in some ways it is a more powerful law than even those movies with all their special effects and "amazing stuff" let on.
The most powerful goal attraction method there is works like a steam locomotive, it starts out going nowhere, and ends up getting you to the destination fast.
Lastly, just because you cannot immediately see it does not mean that it is not there. It is and will be in the ultimate way, just look for it.
The most powerful concept in existence is that goal seeking mechanism which is the total mind (super conscious, subconscious, and conscious mind) and if you feed it the wood or fuel first, it will give the heat and the speed. Please note, like Earl Nightingale once said, it never can work like: "If you give me heat then I will add the wood." No, the secret is doing it in the right way. Why do you think the wrong way is called the wrong way, anyway? Because it never, ever works right. This is where the zone is, when you get it right. No exceptions.
My name is Joshua Clayton, I am a freelance writer based in Inglewood, California. I also write under a few pen-names and aliases, but Joshua Clayton is my real name, and I write by that for the most part now. I am a philosophical writer and objective thinker and honest action taker. I also work at a senior center in Gardena, California as my day job, among other things, but primarily I am a writer.