Contributor: Law of attraction advocate Pankaj, from India. See his blog here.
I just saw a page on your website where someone shared his experience about some law of attraction experiments he tried from the book E-Squared by Pam Grout.
I have always been skeptical about the law of attraction. But after reading this amazing book I thought of giving the prescribed experiment a try.
So, this was my intention: “I want to see money fallen on the ground.” Now I did not have any particular amount in my mind. But I thought if I see money on ground then I would take the law of attraction at its face value. Period.
Now, what happened is very interesting.
Initially, for some days, nothing happened.
One day, I was about to take a shower in the evening when I found that all the sachets of shampoos were out. As I was in the bathroom without a shirt but in a vest, I thought of going to a nearby shop without wasting any time to buy shampoo. Picking up my wallet, I left in haste. I reached the shop and bought shampoo. The shopkeeper returned me the change. But the change fell off my hands on the ground. I bent to pick my change. AND THERE WAS ANOTHER COIN ALREADY LYING ON THE GROUND!
There were two other guys standing around but none of them noticed that coin. I felt as if that coin was just waiting to be picked up by me only. I picked up that coin with my change money.
Now I do believe that a force that pervades every fabric of the universe is running the whole cosmos.
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