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New Meetup: The chicken and the egg

From: Eric H.
Sent on: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 11:15 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for LOA (Law of Attraction) Players!

What: The chicken and the egg

When: Tuesday, March 23,[masked]:00 PM

Private Meeting Room
7225 Acorn Avenue
Burnaby, BC V3J 0A2

The previous topic (how to change beliefs) had quite an impact. And it threw up even more questions.
One of those is the topic for tonight.

The previous meeting touched on the subject of fortune tellers, which in turn lead to the question: 'Did the belief in the prediction make it come true? And if so, is there such a thing as free will?'

A lot of times we simply 'know' what's going to happen. We get that knowledge from the universal consciousness. And then it often turns out that we are absolutely right. More times than you would expect to be right, statistically speaking. The story of winning a draw 18 times in a row within a group of 500 people is staggering. Statistically near impossible (for the mathematicians among us: a chance of about 1 in 3800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 (that's 49 digits!), which is about the chance of randomly picking a specific atom out of all atoms making up the earth). And it still happens.

What do our beliefs or the group's beliefs have to do with it? And once you 'know' it will happen, can you still change the outcome? Since the universe orchestrates everything for everyone in such a way that they attract that which they energetically radiate, it must know in advance what's about to happen, or it could not orchestrate it? Right? So we're all puppets following a script? Or is there more to it? And is that even important?

Let's see what this amazingly knowledgeable group of people can come up with on this topic.

Doors are opening at 7:00 pm, the show starts at 7:30 pm sharp.
Curtain calls at 9:30 pm. After that, it's up to you!
When no one's at the door, call me at[masked] 7660.

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