Thank you Cardisa. You are right, for some reason humanity has perfected the art of manifesting bad things. It is so much easier for us to think negatively, consistently, have you noticed that? It's incredible how we have been conditioned that way. That's why each day, I try to practice what I preach and stay positive and grateful for the good in life.
Isn't that enough to at least provoke a little more exploration in the area of the human mind? There really is more to our mind than we know, the proof is staring us in the face yet we fail to even open our eyes, let alone see it. If the combined power of human consciousness has a detectable effect on RNGs then this is more proof that manifesting desires can happen through concentrated thought.
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You claim that "positive thoughts always resulting in positive things" is not the basis of the LOA. In part you are correct. The foundational basis in science, as I alluded to in the article was that thought stuff particles travel through ether (not air) and interact with formless stuff to create whatever it is that you are thinking about. This was how "the law" started.