I like this and it is my very limited understanding of LOA. If you want the universe to support you, you have to first shift your paradigms and behaviours (or your way of being) in a way that is congruent with your heart's desires. I think that is largely the reason why I never got into the details of LOA or verifying beyond a doubt whether it is true (though ALG posted some very interesting articles in the past). Either LOA works or it doesn't; either way, I'm not going to stop living a life that is congruent with my values.
I like the new civilization idea too, though I'm thinking of it more in terms of intergenerational issues. Even if there is a family history of loss and scarcity, we can always be the transition person and interrupt those past generational patterns so that our children will have the resources to will (or manifest in this case) a new way of being. One that is more loving and trusting of each other.
Originally Posted by pyrogen
There are also some goals which need to be revisualized/recontexted as "side goals" or "concurrent goals". For example - my desiring of a life partner is not an "end goal" unless I plan to marry a millionaire and be a trophy wife -as a life goal-. And I don't. I'd want an equal relationship with someone who shares my dreams, so I recontext this particular goal into something that would manifest while I am taking care of my other things. But because of the way that the universe works - I am not going to likely manifest "someone who empowers me to realize my dreams, and believes in them" unless I am already doing so myself (path of energetic least resistance).