Does anyone know if anyone famous or wealthy says they became that way because of using the Law of Attraction?

asked 03 Oct '09, 10:46

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edited 04 Oct '09, 22:31

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YES! Sorry I can't remember her name but a woman was on TV just last week (How The Lottery Changed My Life). She needed money to get her neices and nephews out of the foster care system. She wrote down $112 million on a piece of paper and then visualized it. That seems like the Law of Attraction stuff to me! A few weeks later she won $112 Million dollars. I plan to do the same...will let you know when it happens.


answered 09 Oct '09, 15:49

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I am so glad to hear about the young lady visualizing about $112 million to help her family; you said you are going to do the same and visualized about $112 million dollars. Waiting on you to let me know when it happens. Good Luck. Have an nice day Linda Harris.

(09 Nov '09, 04:42) flowingwater

All millionaires used the law of attraction. If they hadn't, they wouldn't be millionaires.

To become a millionaire all you have to do is provide a product or service that has a value of a million dollars to other people. Your ideas will attract those people and resources that are interested in your message. That's what the law of attraction is all about. It's not about materializing paper dollars out of thin air, nor is it thinking about being rich. It's about providing value.


answered 13 Oct '09, 05:19

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Exactly what I learned from the S.O.S. it is about value creation not value production. The more value created the more those people pay for that value. Most are stuck in producing value for someone else but the wealthy are interested in creating value. They have plenty willing to produce it for them while they can go on to create something new. The difference between Bill Gates and a factory worker in a Microsoft Windows packaging plant. One is the value creator the other the value producer.

(19 Mar '12, 14:56) Wade Casaldi

Yes, me. Millionaire. I have been using the LOA for many years. Studied "Think and Grow Rich" and applied the principles. It works. It is still working very well.

I used to think that success was directly related to struggle. But as I began to take stock of successful "deals" I had made, I realized that the best were those that came to me easily, "accidently" or just "fell in my lap." Those that seemed lucky coincidences, but these were really the result of LOA.

Others came to me the hard way, after immense struggle, but in retrospect, I realize that the struggle often just wore me out to the point that I relaxed and allowed. THEN the manifestation appeared.

It is a matter of changing thinking. Allowing an inspiration. Taking a small action. Seems like getting lucky. If you want to know more about people like me, read the "Millionaire Next Door" and "Rich Dad, Poor Dad."


answered 05 Mar '12, 05:47

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Dollar Bill

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But wealth is not all about money

It is also about quality of life


answered 04 Oct '09, 19:27

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So true but in order to have an good quality of life you need some decent amount of money to help you have an better quality of life. But No, you sure don't have to be rich Paul. Depending on where you are in your state of consciouness you may not need much money at all.

(09 Nov '09, 04:45) flowingwater

Everyone in this world uses the law of attraction whether or not they realize it. Some people may not be conscious of its use and may think its just the way they think.


answered 06 Oct '09, 01:26

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You must be in harmony with something in order to attract it, so whether they know it or not, they do possess the consciousness that has attracted their wealth. Yes, I believe that is true, but now they also have to be in the consciousness to maintain it.


answered 08 Oct '09, 22:41

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I have read that Will Smith and Jim Carrey both did.


answered 12 Oct '09, 01:17

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I believe that Oprah Winfrey - one of the world's wealthiest people - openly attributes her success to applying the Law of Attraction.


answered 03 Oct '09, 10:48

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Joe Vitale, Bob Proctor, Stuart Lichtman, Rebecca Fine, Klaus Joehle, Joe Sugarman all claim to have become wealthy through the law of attraction. They all seem genuine enough to me (especially Klaus).


answered 05 Oct '09, 21:17

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John Assaraf, T Harv Elker, Jack Canfield and James Arthur Ray, as well as most of the Teachers of the Secret (as also previously noted: Dr. Joe Vitale & Bob Proctor) obviously have used the Law of Attraction, as well as many of the other Universal Laws to achieve their success.


answered 05 Oct '09, 23:38

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Haven't they all? Even if they don't know they have. I believe that Law of Attraction is precisely about ones individual expectations and these are people who expect wealth.


answered 19 Mar '12, 11:50

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Yes, Noel Edmonds..he is a great believer in the Law of attraction and 'Cosmic Ordering'


answered 04 Oct '09, 19:11

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why every one focus on being rich. money is men made. it will not make you happy. in the end you will see that it brings only inequity people suffer for it, people will hate you for it your ego will take hold of you people will steal from you or kill you. and in the end you do not bring it with you.

Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."

be careful what you wish for you might get it. experience and enjoy.


answered 19 Mar '12, 13:23

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