A natural law of reverse effect exists in the energetic universe. Understanding how reverse effect works in our psyche can help us understand our psychological world much better. In short, reverse effect can really get in the way of achieving goals, disciplining children, and, in general, all our negative interactions with others. To state the gist of reverse effect simply: the harder one consciously tries to do something, the more difficult it is to succeed. You can try forever and still not get off the ground. Of course, this seems to go against everything that is logical, for surely the harder we try the more we should gain, not lose. Often, that energy seems to bump up against some cosmic wall and boomerang right back to us.
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Have you ever lost your keys? Your wallet? Your phone? Scared that your money or identity was stolen? Did you create stories of outcomes based on your feelings in that moment? You probably imagined all of this while frantically running around your home, office or local shopping center looking for that lost item.
We can easily become too attached to results as we journey along the path of changing our realities with our thoughts. We may find ourselves trying to make things happen, or trying to force our desired results to show forth as quickly as possible. We can also get desperate and would want to cut corners or arm twist certain things to get our desire results. These desperate efforts can turn around to become the major barriers to the manifestation of our desires.
There are many physical laws that we live by. As we have physical laws there are also mental laws. These laws are just as real and we can use them for either our benefit or detriment. Its primary function is to prevent you from getting hurt and it learns and remembers rules and behaviours in order to do exactly this. These rules and behaviours are created from emotional responses to events which, more often than not, occurred in childhood. Each situation that reminds the subconscious of the childhood event gets treated according to the rule that was created back there, back then.