The “11 Forgotten Laws” complement the previously much-publicized “Law of Attraction,” which purports to allow a person to be, to do and to have whatever he wants. The former provides the details left out by the latter. tokopediaweb In a way, it negates the impression of many that the “Law of Attraction” is in support of the belief that wishful thinking alone is enough for one to realize his dreams, and this is discussed in the “Law of Compensation” portion of the latter manuscript.
Apparently all 11 laws need to be correctly applied for the desired results to happen. These laws actually work together for you to achieve the desired effects. Contrary to what most people think, they do not work independently. And since all 11 laws are the key to the universal flow of energy, they are interdependent.
From the point of view of an ordinary individual, this update from a 1-law guide to success to an 11-law doctrine could be overwhelming. Whereas there was just the “Law of Attraction” to contend with previously, there are now 10 additional laws plus the “Law of Attraction,” which are to be taken together to attain success. lafoxmedia However, if we are to consider that all these laws have but one goal, which is personal success, the 11 laws can actually be viewed as a single dogma composed of 11 interdependent tenets.
If you stop and think deeply about it, it is very much like the Catholics’ belief on the Mystery of the Holy Trinity – 3 persons but one God. And if one is open to the idea of this mystery, then the Catholic (and Christian) approach to success which is “seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be added unto you” is likely to be acceptable also.
So which of these laws should we patronize if success is the ultimate goal? The 11 laws appear to be more focused on material success as its ultimate goal, which may or may not bring true happiness. bloggingcreation (This can be seen from the testimonies of supposed successful proponents of this approach.) On the other hand, the Catholic precepts are geared towards everlasting true happiness. So it depends on your beliefs. If you believe in life after death, then the Catholic approach is more encompassing. Again, it boils down to your faith.
But the fact that the “11 Forgotten Laws” make allusions to the Catholic bible points to similarities in basic precepts. There appears to be no divergence in the two approaches except probably for the definition of success. Whereas the 11 laws aim for worldly wealth and happiness, the Catholic belief is more for spiritual wealth and everlasting happiness. dailyleadcampaign For those who do not believe in spirits and everlasting life, the Catholic teaching is unacceptable. The 11 laws may be the ticket to success for these people. But those who believe that this present world is just a prelude to something more lasting, then “seek ye first the kingdom of God.”