Originally Posted by Sam988
Acting Like Godot: Interesting blog and records, but i would rather believe it if some kind of scientific research was done on LoA, and where the results can't possibly be normal and coincidence.
Well, it's your choice.
I always tell people - you yourself can be the scientist here. This particular experiment is unlike research into the migratory patterns of the blue whale, or the chemical composition of rocks on the moon. For this particular experiment, you already have all the equipment you need - your own brain and your own life. There is no excuse for not doing your own experiment.
If you don't trust your own brain and your own life, why should you trust science? Anything you read or know about science is processed through your own brain anyway.
Always remember - if you do your experiment, the "worst" that could happen is that you will fail, and be right where you currently are, anyway. The "best" that could happen is that you could start getting results. Which you may then dismiss as mere "coincidence" or "luck". That's ok, because you can go on experimenting and manifesting bigger and bigger results until you're further convinced.
For example, if you could successfully manifest a 10% salary increase, and still be skeptical, you could try to manifest a 20% salary increase instead.
If you could successfully manifest a 20% salary increase, and still be sceptical, you could try to manifest a 40% salary increase instead.
If you could successfully manifest a 40% salary increase, and still be sceptical, you could try to manifest a 80% salary increase instead.
Like me. Yes I did succeed. Example 3 here
. To be precise, an 82% salary increase.
Manifest whatever you like. Whatever would convince you. But if you're starting with the premise, "Nothing that happens in my life, no matter how absolutely amazing or miraculous, would convince me about LOA ...... unless I am first told by some magazine article or book that there is a bunch of scientists whom I've never met in my entire life and don't personally know, who have scientifically & conclusively demonstrated that LOA works ..." ... well, I have to say that sounds really rather stupid.
By the way, there is still scientific controversy over Vitamin C. And if you won't believe in anything that science hasn't proven, then you shouldn't believe that your mother loves you. Love can't be scientifically proven.