SK (Self-Knowledge) and the LoA (Law of Attraction)
March 4, 2011 10:59pm CST
It seems a good first step in applying the LoA is sufficient mastery of SK. There is a saying: "We know best what we have not been taught." Perhaps if we can analyze the things that we know best and know better than others, we can start to know ourselves better. For instance, if a man has not been taught to swim but finds himself "enjoying" the experience of swimming then perhaps it is a clue. We best start working on SK early in our lives. Then perhaps based on our finding, we can use the LoA to choose what we want to do in life. What do you think ?
12 Mar 11
Hi Lore2009, I agree its the things we're attracted to that seems to be one major key to knowing ourselves ... Though perhaps it is possible, just like in acquired tastes in food, we can actually condition our selves to be attracted to new things by learning more ... What do you think ?
5 Mar 11
i dont think what about ur are talking you have to add disscussion in good and big lenth so now tfter this start write good ok now i am syop this hear i mean i am done so go and start dancing lol man u think i ma stupid no u r lol
5 Mar 11
Self-knowledge is fulfilling and more exciting than just being taught of what we need to learn. As others say, learning from experience is always the best teacher just never forget to be cautious. I quite agree with what you said. Learning something at our own pace and seeing them in a different light can give us more substantial perspective with the various life aspects or even with academics. It's never a sin to ask for help in learning something new but it's more exciting to learn something with all the resources you have.