How would you go about introducing someone to the Law of Attraction subjects if they have never thought about such subjects before?

asked 18 Feb '10, 12:33

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Pink Diamond

"When the student is ready, the teacher will appear" - if they're not asking you can't introduce them.


answered 18 Feb '10, 13:14

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edited 18 Feb '10, 14:12

As a scout leader I firmly believe in "Learn by doing" and leading by example. My children often say, "when we get the millions I want to....." with such belief. We haven't sat down and said this what you do or how you do it [insert Law of Attraction lesson here]; they just do it.

Easiest thing that I say to people is: "Your main goal is to be happy, right?"
That gets their wheels turning.


answered 18 Feb '10, 14:31

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edited 18 Feb '10, 21:08

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If he or she seemed interested after a little discussion I would give them a small gift: perhaps one of the Abraham-Hicks books, like "Ask And It Is Given" or "The Vortex". (And of course, suggest this website and psi-tek!)


answered 18 Feb '10, 13:43

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