The Law of Attraction as we are all aware is the positive thinking or rather positive thoughts that bring forth confidence in oneself. Human beings are an aggregation of moods and characters. At times we may hurt someone or get hurt by others. However, by no means we can avoid agonies.
With relevance to the above law, I found the answer in Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10.4 & 5. The Lord lists here a variety of traits associated with mankind, which are over twenty in number. He further states that He is the source of all these qualities in living beings. The manifestation of these characteristics in an individual, be it positive or negative is dispensed by Him alone. Subsequently, the power of the Supreme is either constructive or destructive as per our puruṣhārth - the object of an individual’s pursuit inclusive of both the present and the past lives.
It is therefore essential that we possess absolute control over our Indriyas or the senses, the medium through which we see, feel and sense the whole Prakriti or creation. Indriyas provide the connection between the creation and the comprehension of knowledge about the creation in its entirety. They are broadly classified into three categories namely Jnana, Karma, and Manas with further sub-classifications. Jnana Indriyas are the sense organs, Karma Indriyas are linked with actions, and Manas with mind and intellect.
Embark your journey on shrimad Bhagavad Gita to end your quest for knowledge on any subject you name it. Let us all pledge to act according to our conscience and taste the nectar of the Supreme’s benevolence bestowed upon us.
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