If I have to bring a lawsuit up to a doctor for a medical malpractice case, or report him for poor professional medical conduct, does that affect negatively on me and my point of attraction? It is legitimate and I kind of should do it to prevent others from experience the same. He already has a history, but if I report him his license could be suspended.

From what I read, what you do comes back to you, and I have been walking on eggshells about being kind to those who wronged me since I learned of LOA, but this case is very different. I do not want to attract any negative lawsuits in my directions, but from where I stand, I have a few important things coming up which I do not want to affect negatively my point of attraction. However this case is really important that I solve without explaining anything more details.

Any advice you can offer would help me greatly. I'm new to Law of attraction, but I can honestly see it really does work quite effectively and consistently. I am clearly hesitate to move forward due to what I have learned.


asked 24 Sep '13, 03:02

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edited 24 Sep '13, 04:17

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Barry Allen ♦♦

Hi Victtoria,

I think you already know that pursuing the lawsuit will affect your vibration and it will cost you. It doesn't matter if it's legitimate or not.

Here's an Abraham quote:

In most lawsuits, most people just use each other as their excuse to disconnect from the Stream. And then they just suffer until the one who is the least disconnected wins the lawsuit. But it is still an exercise in disconnecting from Source Energy that we think is never worth the price of the reward, no matter how great the reward of a lawsuit is.


On the other hand you can't really go wrong no matter what you decide. Here's another Abraham quote:

You can't get it wrong and you never get it done.

Wishing you the best always.


answered 24 Sep '13, 09:01

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thank you!

(25 Sep '13, 22:39) Victtoria

I think in your case it might, because in posting this thread it would seem you personally have an issue with it...or perhaps you believe you do. If this is causing you any angst or worry then perhaps stop it.

BUT there are millions of people who all over the world sue people, enforce writs against them, arrest people, enforce eviction orders and so on. To most of these people its all in a days work. They do it very matter of factly and switch off after work.

Its all about how "you" perceive, react and are affected by this lawsuit.

If you " feel" reticent about this legal action then I would stop it. But only you have access to your own feelings.


answered 24 Sep '13, 09:31

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Monty Riviera

thank you!

(25 Sep '13, 22:39) Victtoria

Hi Victtoria

I'm not clear whether you are talking about medical incompetence (negligence) or if this was misconduct by a medical professional.

You said the physician has a "history" & you also said your complaint "is legitimate and I kind of should do it to prevent others from experience the same."

Sounds to me like you already know what you want to do. You're looking for a bit of support and guidance. Your conscience is your guide - then - listen to your heart and follow where it leads you. Your answer lies within. You'll know you have your answer when they are in harmony.

I think you are looking through cloudy lenses. Taking appropriate action does NOT need to come from a place of dis-empowerment. In fact it may just be what you need to take your power back.

If you haven't already done this, ask yourself these questions.

Was this an honest mistake? Dr's are only human & they do make errors.

Can you really let this go or will you be wondering what he may do to someone else in the future?

I'm not saying you're responsible for his future actions because you are most definitely NOT.

I'm asking you if you will be able to make peace with your decision not to file a complaint if this doctor does to someone else what he did to you or worse?

Let's say it does happen, "How will it make you feel?"

Are you going to feel responsible or guilty or feel regret? All these emotions will lower your vibrations if thoughts of possible future events are lurking in the back of your mind or deep in your heart & you will not be living in the present - 'NOW' & you will create accordingly.

This man is still holding power over you. You're worried about him losing his license. Please take your power back. Don't allow this man or this event to control your life.

Filing a legitimate complaint does NOT have to lower your vibe. IMO, just the opposite. You're taking your power back especially if your complaint is due to professional misconduct.

You are also stopping him from doing what he did to you to anyone else. The procedure is fairly simple & you'll be able to let it go much sooner than if you filed suit. You'll know you did everything you could. His fate will be in hands of the medical board & unless the nature of his crimes is severe, I highly doubt he will lose his license permanently. They will take appropriate actions & they will notify you by mail of the outcome.

If you opt for a lawsuit I'm sure you are aware that most malpractice cases never end up going to trial. They are settled out of court because the physician will not want the publicity.

If your case does result in litigation & you lose, you will be responsible for all the court costs & possibly the legal expenses of the physician you are suing. Attorneys will say "you don't pay, unless we win". Please read the fine print - court costs are nearly always your responsibility if you lose. You may also be liable for the legal expenses of the physician you are suing if you do not win.

If you're after monetary damages - sue. If you want some sort of ' justice' file a report with the professional medical licensure bureau or state medical board or whichever dept handles this where you reside if not in the states. Call them & ask questions. They will explain everything.

If the medical board rules against him, you may wish to proceed with a law suit. If it was me, I would NOT because I know it would lower my frequency because I would continue to keep my past in my present & I would manifest accordingly. You may be different, especially if you can free yourself from 'victim' mentality & false beliefs that do not serve you.

Your complaint will be part of his public record; but your name should be kept confidential. When patients search for info on a doctor, they will know a complaint was filed & if any action was taken. You can also look online for websites which allow you to rate your medical provider.

Please do not misunderstand, I'm not giving you legal advice. I'm sharing my opinion and my knowledge and my experience & that is what I'm basing my personal advice on. You may want to consult an attorney if you haven't done so. Good Luck...


answered 25 Sep '13, 01:42

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thank you!

(25 Sep '13, 22:38) Victtoria

very helpful info- I took a step back and let the universe tell me how to proceed. moving in the right direction I believe.

(25 Sep '13, 22:40) Victtoria

Your welcome - I actually deleted quite a bit of info on the 'course of possible action part' before I posted it. Connecting with source energy is always wise. What I meant by taking your power back was raising your vibration. It you can let this go, this will prob raise your vibes even faster. I know you were operating on a lower frequency when this happened & what happened lowered your vibes even more. You sound happier & more empowered. Whatever you're doing must be working. (cont)

(26 Sep '13, 02:47) ele

(cont) I'm confident you'll make the right decision for YOU. Be Happy!

(26 Sep '13, 02:48) ele
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