Your Emotions Guide You To Your Happiness
The Science Behind The Law of Attraction|February 2017

The Law of Attraction Bible

Dr.Stanley Gravely,Ph.D

The Law of Attraction teaches us that emotions are the true feelings that guide and direct all humans in one direction or another. You can trust your emotions to guide you. They are indicators of where you are and how you truly feel about where you are. Just as physical pain indicates and sets off alarms of danger, emotional pains do likewise.itis perfectly normal to want to feel good. Whenever you don?t feel good, that is an indicator that something is off . Your emotions are your guidance system!

If you are emotionally feeling bad and not happy, this indicates that you?re not living life according to what makes you happy. Life is supposed to be fun. Life is supposed to feel good. Health, wealth, happiness and freedom to be you, are your Universal rights in coming to Earth. You did not come here as a sinner in need of saving. You did not come here to experience the judgment of a god or person. You came here to live life to iTS fullest extent.

Some say you cannot trust your emotions. However, emotions are the true indicators of how you feel. You can rationalize with your brain all day and come to many different conclusions. But your emotions are always telling you how you really feel and how you think about something! You can argue and debate your feelings or you can dismiss them. But in doing so, you just get more frustrated and unhappy, or you give in to some system of thought that someone told you was the way you should think. The most uptight and unhappy people in the world are those who submit to codes, rules, and regulations set up by someone or some group to define life and how you should live.itis the Tree of Knowledge mentioned in the bible that espouses death through the struggle of trying to figure things out mentally and rationally.

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