Welcome to the September 11th edition of the Law of Attraction Blog Carnival.
If you’re a particularly astute reader you will have noticed that this is a day late. No excuses, just life.
When I saw that this edition was scheduled to be published on 9/11 I thought it would be appropriate to focus on: the Law of Attraction and Global Events.
And I must admit to being just a bit disappointed that there is only one entry that addresses this topic directly.
Now I acknowledge that this is one of the most difficult places to go with the Law of Attraction. The events of September 11th, 2001, were, by any measure, “tragic.” And when you attempt to overlay the self-responsibility aspects of the Law of Attraction onto those events you quickly run into some prickly questions:
Did the passengers on the planes “attract” the hijackers?
Did everyone in those towers “attract” those planes?
Did the family members of those who died “attract” those losses?
These are obviously difficult questions to ask, and, I think, more difficult to answer. A wiser, or perhaps more cautious, person might choose to avoid these questions altogether. But I have rarely been accused of excessive caution when it comes to these matters.
But I also recognize that this carnival may not be the best venue for beginning that exploration and the conversation that is bound to follow.
So watch for an in-depth article on this topic – most likely it will be after I return from my birthday branding trip in LA next week – and then let’s get a conversation going to see if we can come up with some answers to these difficult questions.
And now, on to the carnival!
Yes, there’s just one featured entry this time. And it’s from Zoe Routh at Law of Attraction for Inspired Living. Zoe is a relative newcomer on the Law of Attraction blogging scene, but she didn’t run from this challenge. And her entry, When bad things happen to good people, does a great job of exploring this topic. I love this little snippet from Zoe:
To say in LOA terms that it was because someone was thinking negatively, or was somehow intending the disaster is like saying a cake is made of flour. There are many more ingredients with complex interactions and reactions that go into creating a cake. Even more so for global occurrences.
Thanks Zoe for taking on this challenge!
And now onto the best of the rest.
Lola presents Law of Attraction: Make the Conscious Unconscious – part 2 posted at Real World Spiritual and Personal Development.
Jody presents Using the Secret Law of Attraction – Practical Application posted at The Trinity Project.
Joann Ang presents Manifesting: Life Magick Â» Blog Archive Â» Manifesting Abundance posted at Life Magick: Manifesting your Desires like Magick.
Lorraine Cohen presents Business Success Tip #11 -To Thine Own Self Be True posted at Powerfull Living.
Well that’s it for this edition of the Law of Attraction Blog Carnival. My thanks to everyone who submitted an entry for this carnival.
You find archive links to all of the past editions on the Law of Attraction Homepage.
The next edition will be published on Tuesday, September 25th. This one will be another General Roundup of the best Law of Attraction articles in the blogosphere.
So join in the fun and the celebration and submit your entries at the Law of Attraction BlogCarnival page.
I”m very pleased to announce that Barb Lattin of Feels Like Magic will be hosting the October 9th edition of the Law of Attraction Carnival.
If you’re interested in hosting an upcoming edition of the Law of Attraction Carnival, drop me a line using the contact form above.
And before signing off I’ve got one more big thank you to the folks over at BlogCarnival for putting the Law of Attraction Carnival into their Featured Carnival entry on Saturday. Many thanks!