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From Fear to Love: 7 Strategies for Mastering the Law of Attraction

  "Embrace love's magnetic power, for in its presence, fear dissolves. Through conscious intention and positivity, we sculpt our reality, attracting the affection and connections that will illuminate our life." Michael Corthell In New Thought philosophy , understanding the dynamics of attraction is paramount. While it's natural to acknowledge our fears, it's equally important to learn how to shift our focus toward attracting love and positivity. This article looks into the principles of redirecting our thoughts and emotions to manifest love instead of what we fear. 1. Recognizing the Power of Thought New Thought philosophy asserts that our thoughts are potent creative forces. They shape our experiences and influence the energy we emit into the universe. As author and spiritual teacher, Eckhart Tolle reminds us, "You are the sky. Everything else is just the weather." In other words, our thoughts are the driving force behind the reality we experience. B

How to Drive Out the Darkness of Hate

We are not here to curse the darkness, but to light the candle, a light that can guide us through this darkness toward a safe and sane future. by Michael Corthell When we are confronted with very real hatred and violence in our world, the talk of peace or love can sound meaningless, ineffective, and sometimes even offensive. Racism and hatred are like powerful viruses that are seemingly impossible to destroy once they take root in a person's soul. Nearly every day we witness this destructive hatred in our world. It comes in many forms of violence against others, with mass murder being the most shocking. Sometimes I think hate, is stronger than love but then I realize that this is only a temporary illusion. Sometimes I get depressed when I see my fellow human beings try to destroy others because of their race, because of their religion, because of their gender, or because of their political views. Most of us are horrified by terrorism -- that people are willing to