Re: The Law of Confusion- an essay
Posted: Wed Jun 29, 2011 10:50 am
I think affirmations has been proven to be effective in scientific tests but I will not dig proof. Sportsmen/women at high level use a variant of LOA all the time. I agree with what your are saying, but I'm personally not very found of science proof if they not fit with my experience Even if there was no evidence that the sun was shining today, I would still see the sun. Ok, its' not a law and it can not be tested.Sighclone wrote: My point was that it is not testable...
Et says to stick with the inner body for a period of time and watch what happens. Let us say that Ms Y does that daily for 5 months. After five months, her anxiety has reduced very much, she often feels peace and happiness, her whole life has changed. Is that proof? No. Is awareness of the inner body testable? I have worked as a testing engineer for a couple of years and I benefit from that now in Spirituality. Sounds strange uh? One of the things I found was that the testing itself was the important thing, not the result. From the actual testing, the understanding, experiences and development came, not the analysis and theoritcal discussions before it started. Comparison - instead of anaylzing and judging the spiritual pointers, trying them out is better I think. So, even if LOA is not testable, I'm going to test it. A serious methodical testing over a long period of time. I'm sure something good will come out of it. I have nothing to loose and everything to win. If I also get a new Mercedes at the same time, I will accept that