By Diana Cooper
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For example, you may not attract a condition of starvation or homelessness because you do not send out the vibration that brings it to you. A radio transmitter broadcasts on a particular frequency. Anyone interested in a program going out on that wavelength tunes in; you are a transmitter. You broadcast the play of your life. You send out into the ether the story of your patterns, emotional energy, mindsets, denials, likes and dislikes and much more. Imagine you want to find an interesting program.
We project our stuff, both good and bad, onto other people and assume it is within them, often denying it is within us. The truth is this: - You can only see yourself You can only hear yourself You can only talk to yourself You can only criticize yourself You can only praise yourself Every time you say the words ‘you are’ or ‘he is’ or ‘she is’ you are projecting something of yourself onto someone else. It way be ‘You are weird’, in which case you unconsciously see some of your own weirdness within that person.
The boss who suspects all his employees are cheating him is projecting his inner cheat. As a consequence of this he may well attract cheats. The wife who constantly accuses her faithful husband of infidelity is projecting her own lack of faith in the relationship. If you hear someone saying of another, ‘She is a stubborn woman,’ wonder about the stubbornness of the person saying it. Someone without that quality does not need to say this of another. Because many of us do not own or believe in our magnificence, we also project our beautiful, gracious, powerful and brilliant parts onto others.
A little light on the spiritual laws by Diana Cooper