The Crisis in Africa: What the Law of Attraction Says

There have been heart-breaking incidents and crisis in Africa in especially in nations like Congo, Nigeria, Ghana, Sudan, and South Africa. People are dying daily in these regions of Africa because of man’s inhumanity to man. In this, you will find out what the law of attraction says about the crisis in Africa, and what well-meaning individuals can learn from it.

Introducing the Law of Attraction

You may have heard of this philosophy of life; that people attract the equivalent of whatever thoughts they have. This is called the law of attraction, and it’s proponents claim it is traced down to 3000 century B.C, as found in the Emerald tablet;

As above, so below

As within, so without.

– The Emerald Tablet, circa 3000 BC

They also believe that the law of attraction forms the basic principles of force and energy, as seen in Newtons third law of motion;

Action and reaction are equal and opposite

Isaac Newton – 3rd Law of Motion

And the popular law of Karma;

“Whatever you sow, you will reap”

And so on.

For a long now, there have been many crises going on in Africa. The Congo genocides, the Nigeria Lekki Massacre, the Xenophobia in South Africa, the Killings and stealing of human body parts in Ghana, and so on. In a bid to stop the crises, there have been many physical and online protests going on, both in the continent and among preachers of peace worldwide.

  • Many religious sects have been praying against the mishaps all over the continent
  • For example; for over 20 years now, religious groups in Nigeria have been praying against bribery and corruption in the nation
  • The online protesters have been using hashtags like; #EndSARS, #EndPolicebrutality, #Lekkimassacre, #congobleeds, #EndXenophobia, etc.

All these are very well-meaning protests by well-meaning individuals, who can’t stand the nightmarish events taking place in Africa.

But how come it is as though, with every new day, the troubles and incidents keep rising? Even though the continent is tagged as the most religious continent, how come the God(s) seems to be asleep?

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What the Law of Attraction Says about the crisis in Africa.

According to the law of attraction, the only thing wrong with the prayers, protests, and hashtags is that they all focus on what people do not want, instead of what people want. Negativity, instead of positivity.

Here is the Problem; Most people think about what they don’t want, and they’re wondering why it shows up over and over again.

John Assaraf

And here is something with the law of attraction:

The law of attraction is really obedient. When you think of the things that you want, and you focus on them with all your intention, then the law of attraction will give you exactly what you want, every time. When you focus on the things that you don’t want – “I don’t want SARS (#EndSARS)” – The law of attraction doesn’t hear that you don’t want it. It manifests the things that you are thinking of, and so it’s going to show up over and over again. The law of attraction is not biased to wants or don’t wants. When you focus on Something, no matter what it happens to be, you really calling that into existence.

Coined from Lisa Nichols

So when you use the hashtags: #EndSARS, #EndPolicebrutality, #EndXenophobia, #Congobleeds, #AfricaBleeds, and so on. The Law of attraction interprets it as;

  • I want SARS
  • I want Police brutality
  • I want Xenophobia
  • I love the Congo bleeds.

Also, when you are Praying against bribery and corruption in a country, the law of attraction invariably attracts more reasons to pray more against bribery and corruption.

No wonder, all the negative scenarios of what we don’t want in Africa keeps recurring. And unless we change the narrative, the law of attraction states that we will keep seeing more of such results.

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Changing the Focus From Negative to Positive

The major aim of this message is not to mock the protests, or the good intentions of people who only want peace in their nations, but to redirect their energy to something more positive.

The protests are to be continued, but with a focus on things that will truly bring peace and love to Africa.

Instead of protesting or praying against police brutality, Congo genocide, Xenophobia, and killings, we can pray for love, oneness, unity, and all other positive things. And we will keep seeing more reasons for more love and unity, and the whole continent will gradually transform into the beautiful land we have been praying for all these years.  

In this era, our social media handles are the central point of all attraction. Daily we read news, messages, and watch contents that are very harmful to our mental health.

It is true that we do not have absolute control of the posts we read and the contents that pops up on our devices, but at least we are in control of how we react to them. The retweets, the likes, the shares, the forwardings, and so on.

We can decide to create and use more positive hashtags that will really bring the change we want.

Let this change start from your social media handles, let’s stop spreading the negative energies and spread only positive ones. And let’s see how things will work out.

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No one perfectly understands the law of attraction. But if it is good to try new things out if the old ones yield no positive result.

One might think; “even if I decide to be more, how about other persons on our timelines who are always negative?”

But the answer is; just like a magnet attracts metals within it’s force field, you will attract more people on your timeline who are positive, if you remain positive.

The change starts with you.

If this Message From the Law of Attraction is spread to all of Africa, and to all who are passionate about positive change, I bet the Crisis will drop!

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