Can Wealth Be Attracted, Unconventionally?


The advocates of the law of attraction suggest that people “attract” into their lives what they think and feel repeatedly. That is a big statement, and an alarming one, for that matter.

I recently stumbled upon an audio product titled “Attract Wealth”, by ™. It is presented (and probably authored) by Kelly Howell, a well-known figure in that field.

The message is this: If you could bypass the traffic lights of your conscious mind (the gatekeeper of everything you know since you were in your mother’s womb), and delve into the subconscious, impressing upon it messages of wealth and prosperity, you would see different, positive results manifest in your financial life.

Coming from an engineering/science background, I can’t seem to find a method to “test” or measure such claim. The only way of validation is direct experience. And that differs from one person to another.

Regardless of whether the proposition is valid or not, my own view is that it should be treated as a supplementary resource, just like multivitamins.

What does that entail? We still have a need to work, to provide value and be rewarded for it. If something can make that meaningful effort easier and more enjoyable, then why not?

On the other hand, it is true, in my opinion, that the universe is much more than what the five senses convey to our minds. If we can’t see, smell, hear, taste or touch something, it doesn’t necessarily mean that “something” does not exist. Existence is not as simple as we might think. It’s real, complex, and mysterious at the same time.

A word of caution before you try to “experience” the above-mentioned product (or something similar). The soundtracks have embedded brainwaves and subliminal messages. If you don’t know what those are, Google™ them. You’ll find thousands of pages. Here’s the one I’d suggest:

If you decide to give it a shot, why not share with us your findings by commenting on this post?


The Wealth Maker




4 Replies to “Can Wealth Be Attracted, Unconventionally?”

    1. Thanks for your comment Don.

      Yes, Murphy was one of the pioneers in this area. Another noteworthy figure is Napoleon Hill. His book, “Think and Grow Rich” is still popular after more than a 100 years.

      I guess the problem here lies in proper application and consistent practice of the messages these authors give. Had it been easy, then anyone who reads or listens to such books would have become a millionaire.

  1. You have touched on 2 topics I find fascinating. I don’t like to debate with the written word, yet I felt compelled to make a statement. I prefer face to face or even phone. Wealth is not a value only measured with dollars. You attract what you truly believe. Have you heard of the One Cammand? Quality Supplements are needed, as we can’t get enough nutrients out of our food with depleted soil and chemicals, etc.

    1. Thanks for your comment Patrick.

      I agree with you that the term wealth is broad, and not restricted to financial wealth. Please read an article I wrote a while ago titled “What is Wealth?” on this blog.

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