It’s being called the great secret of the universe, passed down through the ages, the secret to unlimited joy, health, money, relationships, love … well, you get the picture. Newton knew it, it is said. So did Carnegie, Beethoven and Einstein. The implication being that if you don’t have everything, the secret will give it to you.
Today on Thinking With Somebody Else’s Head, we’ll take a closer look at the Law of Attraction. That’s the big secret that’s being divulged in the viral video that’s sweeping North America.
But do the ideas in this movie tell the whole story? I think not.
First off, I have to admit, I’m a little behind the curve when it comes to catching up on the trends sweeping North America. For one thing, I live in Brazil, which makes me at least six months late simply by virtue of geography. Stuff takes awhile to get here.
But I finally got a chance recently to see this “ground-breaking feature length movie”, as they call it in the marketing blurb on the website – which was written in a manner suggesting that they were trying to capitalize on the success of the DaVinci Code’s so called esoteric legacy.
The webpage and film are dripping with an implied mystical wisdom that uses a common technique: mixing universal truths with dialectical inaccuracy that winds up leaving everyone confused.
You know, in a recent teleclass I conducted in the U.S., this was something that came up again and again – people had read all the books, attended all the seminars, watched all the videos, listened to all the tapes, and were still totally confused about what was true or not.
I started this podcast and blog exactly to address that confusion, using the philosophical, theological and scientific knowledge coming out of Dr. Norberto Keppe’s International Society of Analytical Trilogy in Brazil.
Today, I talk with researcher Cesar Soós, a frequent contributer to Thinking With Somebody Else’s Head, about the Law of Attraction.
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