'Law of Sympathy' Chapter

Law of Sympathy

Things that appear to have something in common, actually have something in common. If two things seem to have common traits, it’s because they share a link to a common metaphysical/spiritual force. What this means for practice is that if you use or act on something with a quality you wish to use, it will influence anything else that has that quality. You can affect anything by affecting anything that has a link to it.

We really are in a matrix, a web of sympathetic relationships.

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“The double law of attraction and radiation or of sympathy and antipathy, of fixedness and movement, which is the principle of Creation, and the perpetual cause of life.” Albert Pike (American Lawyer, Journalist and Soldier, 1809-1891)

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