This is based on the idea that the Heart or Emotional body is the Causal point of our reality and the Effect being on the mental and physical level of our experience. I see many teachers like Frank Kinslow, Eckhart Tolle and Michael Brown refer to Cause and Effect in their teachings and am trying to understand where this fits in with the LOA. Or is this just different terminology referring to the same thing?

Thank you.

asked 29 Apr '13, 11:58

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edited 29 Apr '13, 11:59

Ur answer caused me to type this comment.Although not much of a relevant comment to your question it may seem,the music I'm listening to caused me to type it in such way.Or to be precise. I laughed at thought of something escaping cause and effect law,but then that thought and laughter caused me to type it down,to demonstrate through words that nothing,not a single thing,nor the words I use escape cause and effect.Each of the characters I wrote,typo I made and corrected is effect of some cause.

(30 Apr '13, 08:12) CalonLan

You're well on your way wherever you're going. Inevitably approaching the point of hopelessness through the understanding you uncover with each of your steps. When and if you get there, don't hold your breath, it's not the end, but a mere passing that has grey sky, faded colors and cold rain for your soul. Stay for a while or keep on going, there will be other days. Warm and colorful I know.

(30 Apr '13, 08:18) CalonLan

@CalonLan- I have no clue what I just read. May you please unpack your comment with a little more precision?

(30 Apr '13, 10:33) Nikulas

@Nikulas, Imagine we're on the phone. I'm looking out of the window and describing you the setting sun. You're looking out of window but see the sun rising and have no clue what I'm talking about. Maybe I'm nuts and it makes me smile gently, whenever I think of how would one do it.How would you make anyone staring at sunrise believe your story about sunset. And would it matter? It wouldn't. When the time passes and the day is brought to its end at your place, you'll understand...

(30 Apr '13, 16:23) CalonLan
1 will see for yourself.

I just wanted to share, even if what I share goes not fully understood or misunderstood completely.

(30 Apr '13, 16:23) CalonLan

@CalonLan- Explains it perfectly, wow, what an excellent point. Thanks alot for telling me :)

(03 May '13, 08:39) Nikulas
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Bashar would refer to what he says is the third law of the universe:

"What you put out is what you get back".

This is actually the Law of Attraction in Abraham's terminology.

  1. Cause: You think/believe something. Effect: Therefore you feel something in the emotional body. Hereby you produce a specific vibrational frequency in the emotional body.

  2. Cause: You put out a specific vibrational frequency through the emotional body. Effect: You get back what you put out vibrationally in the form of a (physical) manifestation.


answered 29 Apr '13, 13:36

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edited 29 Apr '13, 13:49


@releaser99- Just the right amount of detail :) Lovely

(30 Apr '13, 10:35) Nikulas

law of attraction = cause and effect = sowing and reaping = karma = what you sow is what you reap = a constant balancing act of events = tit for tat = what goes around comes around = result of actions positive and negative

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answered 29 Apr '13, 13:03

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ru bis

edited 29 Apr '13, 13:09

yes, all things, thoughts happen
within a cause and effect matrix
and the more knowing we learn
the matrix expands


answered 30 Apr '13, 06:30

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