Noetitek™ and the “Law of Attraction”

One of the basic insights into Natural principles and patterns of Nature, including their expression through the human form, centers on the so-called Law of Attraction. The popularized version of the Hermetic philosophy has been articulated by many authors and lecturers in recent years, to the point that a kind of secular religion, or reemergence of a Nature religion, has formed around this natural “law.” Yet for perhaps millions of people who have adopted the Law of Attraction as the centerpiece to their belief system, the manifestations sought are not appearing. One explanation is that their thoughts, emotions, and actions are not in alignment/harmony with their desires, that while there is a measure of belief about the ability to attract what is desired, negatively conditioned thoughts and behaviors impede confidence, clarity, and concentration. Is there more to the story? How can a person become better aligned?                                   

The Noetitek System™ is based on the discovery of the Language of Nature (known in theology as the Logos) and on an understanding of its vocabulary and grammar. Each word-root of this vocabulary can be thought of as being a foundational Law. The Law of Attraction, at the core of Hermetic philosophy, is one of several such Laws. Elsewhere in this blog is a post titled: “The Creator’s Pattern for Human Development™,” which is designed to express the full spectrum of the Language/Laws of Nature in a way that fosters personal alignment by serving as a catalyst for self-awareness. Affirmations devised at PluribusOne™, through the use of Noetitek™, express those building blocks in a way that enables the clarity and concentration that open the door to harmony within the self and within the world.

Before the Law of Attraction can be understood and better utilized, it is necessary to first understand the Law of One.

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8 Responses to “Noetitek™ and the “Law of Attraction””

  1. PeaceTrainer Says:

    Very interesting. Intuition tells me there is something to this. What’s a good source of information about the Law of One? When will you be sharing more about the complete set of laws? Is this material an extension of The Ra Material which speaks of a Law of One?

  2. PluribusOne™ Says:

    We have no connection with channeled material, ancient astronauts, or anything like that. The science book we are developing will discuss the compete set of foundational laws, beginning with the Law of One because we know of no publication that sets forth and explains these laws although they are alluded to in some religious and metaphysical texts. Without an understanding of the Law of One it is not possible to gain self-awareness and work effectively with the other laws, including the universal Law of Attraction.

  3. Valiant Says:

    Is your Noetitek system based on a new cosmology then or is it based on an existing theological or scientific construct? In other words, does it reflect a new understanding of the structure and origin of the universe, or is it the reformulation of something like Kabbalah? If your apprehension of the metaphysical and physical is not just a relabeling, does your cosmology indicate an ultimate purpose behind the principles, patterns, and process you have apparently identified? That would be the acid-test for me. At present, the concept that seems closest to the truth is that “God” created the universe in order to discover Itself. None of the genesis stories is plausible in my thinking.

    By the way, I consider myself to be nonreligious, a Shinto-Kabbalist open to new insights.

    –B. Valiant

  4. PluribusOne™ Says:

    The core of Noetitek™ could be called a new cosmology, in that the system is a unique expression of the structure/Language of Nature, and included in the understanding of that language is an understanding of the state of Omni-consciousness at a point preceding the biblical Genesis.

    That pre-Genesis beginning point is the where-when of the roots of all vines of temporal Existence. The purpose of Creation was not to discover anything; it is not possible for an Omniscient entity to learn. The purpose of Existence, stated in one word, is: Liberation.

  5. Sandi Says:

    Is one of the other laws the Law of Repulsion? Someone recently told me that this is also a universal law.

  6. PluribusOne™ Says:

    Sandi,

    The short answer is: no, there is not a separate universal Law of Repulsion. The Law of Attraction should really be called The Law of Attraction and Repulsion. Elsewhere we have been asked whether there is a Law of Resistance. Resistance is a form of repulsion.

    Can I prove that attraction and repulsion are of one law? Yes, and one way to do to that is by demonstrating the fact that attraction and repulsion sometimes operate visibly as one force accomplishing the same goal. For example: where pushing a gas pedal on a car pulls open a mechanism that allows fuel to enter a chamber for combustion. In this case, the foot is pushing in order to activate a pulling—i.e., repelling in order to attract, refusing in order to allow.

    ―Alan

  7. Stark Raven Says:

    The “language of nature” seems to be clearly a metaphysical or mystical concept. How might a Christian reconcile this with Bible teachings? Or a scientist, for that matter?

  8. PluribusOne™ Says:

    From the Omniversal perspective, the so-called metaphysical and physical are simply aspects of a whole structure and processing. It is not without reason that languages such as Aramaic, Hebrew, or Greek, are composed of letters that are also numbers. The Language of Nature is alluded to in the Holy Bible; for example, in the Old Testament book of Zephaniah (3:9): “…then will I (God) [re]turn to the people a pure language that they may all call upon the name of the Lord, to serve him with one consent.” This is clearly not referring to Aramaic, Hebrew, or Sanskrit but to a higher source language.

    About thirty years ago, during my study of Sanskrit at the State University of New York at New Paltz, I asked if Sanskrit, which the textbook referred to as the oldest language, was really the oldest and highest. My instructor, Dr. Gopal Bhattacharya, told me that there was an earlier language that became lost. He referred to it as the Language of the Gods, which I understand to mean the language of Elohim, a language composed of the principles and processes of Nature. This is the language I refer to as the Language of Nature; to say Language of Elohim has religious connotations that are less than universal culturally.

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