# Is the probability of something happening or not happening determined by your level of belief?

 3 As we know now from quantum physics the observer (and consequently their state of being) affects the outcome of the experiment. So it becomes a difficult exercise to estimate a probability of an event when the law of attraction is in play. That being said, I think those of us that are in control of our states of being know very well that the probability of something happening can be affected by belief and knowing. I would say that the probability of success in examples 1 and 2 is close to 100%. However for example 3, the person can maybe but not necessarily affect the other persons fear level, that crosses the boundary of free will. I would put the success probability of example 3 at a lower probability dependent on C's influence over D. answered 29 Sep '13, 08:22 essbee777 211●6 True, I thought so. I dont know, I just believe when the law of attraction is really being exercised properly and you are in the correct state of being to receive the manifestation more than likely you're going to get what you want. Example 3, I'd give it a 98% if it's done correctly, since it's not really forcing someone against their true desires, just momentary fear based free will. Thank you for your input! (29 Sep '13, 11:46) lex @ essbee777 That was truly such an awesome answer. I agree a lot with this. (30 Sep '13, 14:55) ikaruss21 In reference to example 3: Mark 6:4-5 New International Version (NIV) 4 Jesus said to them, "A prophet is not without honor except in his own town, among his relatives and in his own home." 5 He could not do any miracles there, except lay his hands on a few sick people and heal them. (30 Sep '13, 15:19) essbee777 showing 2 of 3 show 1 more comments
 1 It has nothing to do with one's belief. Once an action is chosen, its result is predetermined. If you want to change the result, you have to change the action preceding to it.--Galatians 6:7 answered 30 Sep '13, 03:21 T D Joseph 1.1k●5 Yea but if that were true then there would be no point. It talks a lot about faith in the bible, which is the same thing as belief. (30 Sep '13, 13:11) lex And if you wanna go any further faith is what activates God's will in the first place, it's all in the bible. Hence what Jesus taught and why he was able to achieve the things he did and perform "miracles". If everything was predetermined, there would be no point in God giving us free will, choice, etc. Thanks for your input thought :) (30 Sep '13, 13:27) lex People who fail to understand nature of the universe and everything in it which is based off of that fundamental understanding..that is cause and consequence...will use words such as 'luck, free will, choice, miracles' on daily basis. It Only displays one's ignorance. (02 Oct '13, 06:20) CalonLan td, one can ameliorate negative karma earned by positive present action. going back to change what has been done before it was done, does not happen (02 Oct '13, 19:15) fred showing 2 of 4 show 2 more comments

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