The Law of Attraction not only works on a personal level, it works on a national level. What we think, what we put into our minds, will become the fruit of our lives. What we think turns into how we act, and our actions influence our surroundings, our world reflecting our state of mind.
History is full of examples where entire societies have embraced either positive or negative ideals with positive or negative national results. When a society embraces fear and negativity, the result can be burning witches at the stake, slavery and civil war, or the rise of totalitarianism.
I believe we had such an experience these past eight years of the Bush administration. The Bush administration embraced negativity as a tool for power. Its governing philosophy was to rule from the base, happy to get 50.1% and rule with that alone…to divide and conquer our society. They split America into “them” people and proper God fearing Americans. It used scare tactics to win power. They played on our fears and prejudices, using the threat of terrorism to the “danger” of gay marriage to win reelection. Its political campaigns were such ugly things.
In the past eight years I have seen an increasing national negativity that I have never seen before in my lifetime. It felt like a national emotional depression. As the Law of Attraction would predict, this overwhelming negativity climaxed in a real-life disaster, an economic collapse. This collapse did not have to happen. How did this occur? Why did 50.1% support the “dark side”? Who is the architect of our national malaise? Who was the dark-side’s Emperor?
Bush’s mentors were Dick Cheney and Karl Rove. If this were a Star Wars movie, Anakin Bush could never rise to the level of a Vader. Anakin Bush was a lackluster apprentice, feeble at wielding the dark force alone. He’d forever be stuck as a Vader wannabe. But were either Cheney or Rove the Emperor, the source behind the power of negativity? They certainly fit the mold. They were both practiced experts with the Law of Negative Attraction and achieved great, horrible results with it.
But were they truly the source? I suggest that the Law of Negative Attraction is far larger then any one person. It is a political philosophy. Listen to the advocates of the Law of Negative Attraction and you will understand my point. Watch the religious right; listen to the right-wing radio talk shows, read their columnists. They are dripping with negativity. It’s as if they hate anyone or anything other then their own.
Today the power of the Negative Side is broken. It’s being replaced with power of the Positive Side. Obama is the exact opposite of Bush in every way. Where Bush was inarticulate, distained reading newspapers and dismissive of different ideas; Obama is eloquent, an amazing writer and has a team of rivals in his cabinet. Look at the reaction of the country! It’s as if a grim cloud has lifted and the sun is just now starting to shine. The yearning for change had its effect on our national law of attraction. Was it only by chance that our national desire for change found a spokesman?
Today is Obama’s inauguration, and it will feel like the final scenes from Return of the Jedi, when the Death Star explodes in the sky and there is huge celebration and fireworks all over the world below. Luke Obama is now in charge!