What Goes Around Comes Around In The Secret, By Rhonda Byrnes

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“What Goes Around Comes Around,” an old adage that exists in our everyday lives. Overtime, this statement has developed and modernized, just as the world has. Yet, it always keeping the same impact and dedication in people all over. Several of our religions, favorite musicians, writers and advocates have expressed this idea in different terminology. This line is used in many different cultures and societies, mostly for the bettering of human action and development. Some people tend to define this adage from a negative perspective. Whether it is personally, religiously, or universally, “what goes around comes around” is present in all aspects of our lives. This simple saying contains the essence of human wisdom, which implies a strong cause and effect relationship. Through personal experience, observation, and research, I believe that what goes around comes around, positively and negatively. The idea of “What goes around comes around” originally stems from the Hindu and Buddhist religions idea of Karma.…show more content…
In the novel, the reader comes to learn that the secret is also known as the “law of attraction” and how "You are like a human transmission tower, transmitting a frequency with your thoughts." (Byrnes 20) This is the idea that because of our connection with an energy force in the universe, our thoughts and feelings have the ability to manipulate this force to our liking. According to Byrnes, “our thoughts and feelings attract a corresponding energy to ourselves. If our thoughts are negative, we attract negative things. If our feelings are positive, we attract positive things.” (Byrnes 41) The essential message of “The Secret” is that we all have the power to determine our own destiny. We can all create our own reality. Through fully and consistently applying the “law of attraction,” we can be who we want to be and have everything we want to

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