So, to reprise my earlier post I would like to point out the weakness of such flawed beliefs.
I am aware than many successful people propagate versions of this so-called law.
But remember, they want to sell to as wide an audience as possible.
Let's not exclude the daydreamers, hey!
There is a true story about an Englishman who was in New York on business strolling along the sidewalk.
He passes a ringing public payphone, and, out of curiosity, answers it.
The person on the phone is known to him, it is a colleague from his London office.
They had intended to ring someone else in New York, but mis-dialled and he happened to answer.
Now here is the point.
If he had been thinking about that person or his office, this event would have seemed like magic, or the LOA.
But it would have happened anyway.
People with flimsy belief systems are happy to attach the 'LOA" label when if works in their favour.
But do not in the TRILLIONS of instances when it does not.
You are fooling yourselves by attaching great importance to nothing more than a series of coincidences where you are the sole arbiter.
For every LOA event that 'works' there are several trillion that do not - thereby disproving the theory, using the very same logic.
so, to summarize.
The 'Law' of Attraction is a fiction and does not exist in any way, shape or form.
As long a you have faith in it, you will look for reasons to support it, so you don't look like an idiot. That is human nature.
Give it up and get real.
Life is much more fun that way.