Tuesday, May 3, 2011
DOES ARGUING MAKES SENSE?
Good day all,
I have been reading some of the books by Jerry and Esther Hicks and I want to really recommend to the readers of this blog to check them out. They approach the whole Law of Attraction from a different direction.
Since this blog is also about success and how we can use the Law of Attraction to achieve success I thought the subject of debate and arguing ones point bares discussion. Personally I used to really like to argue. There were times when I was very passionate about a subject and there were times when I just like the debate. To answer the question “Does arguing makes sense?” we have to delve a little bit deeper. The direct answer is IT DEPENDS.
What does it depend on? What do you think? If you have been reading about the Law of Attraction and how to use it to succeed, you will undoubtedly agree with the statement that “it all depends on how it makes you feel”. If this clicks for you I want to congratulate you because you are understanding how this whole thing works and are on your way to success. If it is not readily obvious stick with me and let’s explore this together.
From the beginning of this blog, we have discovered that the Law of Attraction is a universal principle and it does not take sides or play favorites. It only brings to YOU not anyone else, what you are concentrating on with feelings and emotions. So when you are deciding weather to argue or not, think and pay attention to your feelings. If the topic and discussion of that topic will bring up emotions and feelings of excitement, inspiration, and make you feel good then by all means go ahead and argue. Those feelings will attract to themselves more and more opportunities and to make you feel the same and by logic make the point of your argument come to fruition if that is the logical point of the argument. On the other hand if the argument will make you angry, disappointed, or aware of things you cannot change and in general take away your power then you will not gain anything by arguing. In fact I would venture to say that it would be detrimental to you to engage in the argument. Because again by the Law of attraction you are attracting more opportunities and experiences to make you feel bad and that cannot help in your success.
People say “what if I am passionate about a subject and see injustice done? Should I not stand up for what I believe in?” That is a very valid point. I cannot tell you what to do or not to do in regards to things you believe in. I am obviously not implying that you should compromise your values. What I am pointing out to you is that you need to plan your argument to make you feel good. Otherwise no matter how much you care about a cause you are sabotaging the outcome if you attract more things that make you feel bad. Does that make sense? I remind you again about what Mother Teresa said: “I will not attend any anti-war rally; if you throw a peace rally invite me”.
I hope this provides some food for thoughts. Enjoy and have a great week. Feel free to share this with any one you think would benefit.