Saturday, February 16, 2013

Law of Attraction and Prophet Muhammad s.a.w


بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ الرَّحِيمِ 
In the name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

In his book, 'Law of Attraction; the science of attracting more of what you want and less of what you don't', the author Michael J. Losier mentions that "There is a physiological foundation for positive thinking and its effect in creating the Law of Attraction" (pg. 9). He asserts that "the Law of Attraction isn't a fancy term or new-age magic.  It is a law of nature that every atom of your being is in constant response to, whether you know it or not" (pg. 9). 

According to him, the vibration that every atom undergoes in every being; especially in human, causes the law to occur. He proceeds that "In the 'vibrational' world, there are only two kinds of vibration, positive (+) and negative (-)" and for human being, this vibration corresponds to your feelings or emotions which makes "Every mood or feeling [that you express] causes you to emit, send-out or offer a vibration, whether positive or negative". 

Hence, if we are expressing good feelings, the vibration that we are sending out or emitting will be positive. However, if we are experiencing bad feelings, we will be sending out negative vibration. Then here comes the key element of this whole thing; whatever type of vibration (i.e feeling) that we are expressing, they will come back and be attracted to us, matching the forms that we have expressed; positive or negative. In simple words, what we give or feel, we get back. That's why, we need to always be mindful of the feelings that we express.  



Actually, the main intention of this post is not to summarize "The Law of Attraction". But hey, if I have done it and made your understanding on the law easier, then that's good. The point that I would like to write about is my reflection while reading and trying to understand this process of Law of Attraction. I have discovered that  there is logical and scientific explanation to this law and I do believe in it. And being a critical thinker, I reflected the manifestation of this law further, further into the lives of great people in history, further back to our beloved Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. 

Looking from the perspective of Law of Attraction, with the manifestation of positive and negative vibration, energy and feelings, I picture our beloved Prophet Muhammad s.a.w must have been someone who always have strong positive vibration in him. His frequency of positivity or positive emotions must have been very very high. The positivity or the good feelings that he had sent out, he had expressed and he had emitted must have been very powerful that all this positive powerful energy return to him with great strength and in variety of forms; He was being loved by everyone during his time, he is being loved until now, he was and is always being respected, he had been surrounded by great companions of his time, he had been chosen as the Messenger i.e Rasul Allah, he is being admired and prayed upon by everyone, he had achieved all his dreams especially his dream of spreading Islam to various nations, he had achieved his mission to fulfill God's commands upon him, he had been praised by Allah many times and above all, he is a man whom is dearly loved by Allah, the one and only God, the Almighty. Subhanallah. MashaAllah... 

It is told to us that Prophet Muhammad, whenever he smiled, the whole room will be filled with joy and light. When people looked at him, people will automatically fell in love with him. When people met him, the meeting would make them feel ease and tranquil. His presence was always celebrated. He had a naturally nice smell that the nice smell would stick to anybody whom he touched. He had no shadow cause he himself is the light. He was a very soft spoken person. He was a trusted person and always stay amanah that made a great woman like Khadijah fell in love with him. He was a truthful leader who lead with just. He was a great friend, he never spoke of bad things, bad words or bad speeches to anyone even to those who opposed him. He was always patience. And above all, he always obeyed Allah and had high taqwa and tawakal upon Him. MashaAllah..With such great character, attributes and powerful positive things surrounding him, I wonder, the vibration of emotions in him must have been magnificently and beautifully formed. 

We may not achieve the standard of positive frequency that our beloved Prophet Muhammad had set, cause we are after all laymen. Yet his positivity could inspire us that if we do good and feel good, good things will come back to us. When will we receive back all the good things that we have given out is unknown. It could be now, it could be later, it could be in this world or it could be in the hereafter. 

Wallahu 'alam.

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