It was good. It was heavily peppered with an emphasise on gaining material chattels, but that reflects more the desires of the people speaking on the show than the concept of the Law of Attraction itself.
I had to laugh though. NOT ONE THING mentioned on the "The Secret" is in any way a secret. I think calling it "The Secret" and then producing a glossy Hollywood dramatic enactment at the beginning of the documentary that is reminiscent of "The De Vinci Code" was more a marketing tool than a reflection of the status of the Law of Attraction.
"Ask and you shall receive" is basically what the Law of Attraction is about. That message is one most all of us have grown up hearing and understanding. Yes, there is a need for faith, and yes, faith is sorely lacking in our society today, but the basic notion that a positive outlook on life yields a positive experience of life is simply common sense.
I'm still somewhat exasperated by the focus on having and having big. That people really feel they need mansions and fast cars, and lots and lots and lots of money annoys me. Why though? Why does that annoy me? If that is what people believe will fulfill them, why is it any trouble for me? It isn't really. It's my conditioning that rich people are shallow, or rather, not rich people, but people who aspire to richness, and people who constantly refer to their monetary riches are shallow. People who seem to define themselves by their money, perhaps? I don't know, but I do know I need to let it go!
Bloody hell... I posted this without getting to my point, hahaha, talk about getting distracted.
What I was going to say is that i've come to the conclusion over the past week or so that I'm ready to prepare for the new baby that's on her way. I'm not sure how Dave will come to terms with having her, but that is for him to figure out I guess.
So, to that end, I've decided to buy an almost new car seat an acquaintence is selling at a heavily reduced price, this is also for the car Dave and I will be getting later this year. I'm so relieved to have accepted that this is what I want, after much struggling and worrying about upsetting Dave and what not. I know with the counselling I'm getting and with the boys going to school, and my plans to help Dave find some time to himself etc. I can see big and positive changes in our family and so our little girl will slot in beautifully. It'll be wonderful. In the meantime, the next year and a half or more, i'll have all this time with my gorgeous Bryn bubba. Yes, it'll be grand!
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