Originally Posted by Sam988
impaul99: What you said in your reply didnt really go against my point of view. In your post, you propose a counter-intuitive approach to things, and i agree with you to some extend. What i mean by that is that those 95% of the american population really dont have any kind of goal or plan to be rich, so they invariably end up in poorness, because as everyone knows "if you fail to plan, you plan to fail". So if someone uses the LoA the way I described it, the person will certainly have outstanding results in life, and will definitely NOT be in the 95% of population category. No need for believing in unproven things.
Ok, here's your answer then. If you're already reaching your personal goals/intentions and achiving everyting you want from life without having to resort to "unproven things" as you call them, then that's awesome. Keep doing that.
I only started to look past the "normal" proven things after I already tried the normal things and couldn't get anywhere. ie. If you set a goal to make a million dollars, for example, and you can do it without believing in LoA the way we do, that's awesome.
For me, I didn't actually start seeing a lot of results in my life until AFTER I started to believe in "unproven things".