Omg! I wrote this reply almost 4 years ago. And these were my first thoughts when the notification of more replies came up in my email today.
Also I'm very glad my old link leads to another page now. I stopped my website about 2 years ago, but it looks like someone else scooped up the name. All is well.
My word! I was thinking the exact same thing!
I'm forever telling my parents and sisters about this site and managed to convince one sister to sign up, but she is too busy and doesn't log on anymore :(
I'm constantly printing out things and sticking them on the fridge or texting my mum about inspirational things. Ever since I was a kid- my mum has been mildly aware of LoA and read motivational books and understood the power of thinking positively, but I just feel that if they are more awakened to it, they will be better at it. If you are constantly aware of it, that's only when you start seeing a change and that's when it becomes second nature.
Then I thought that I probably sound like those annoying people that I cannot stand that preach about religion. Those people that try to convince you and convert you..I was becoming one of them! O_O I meant well, but decided to dial it down a bit. I think the best is for us to teach by example because everyone has seen a major change in me ever since I started on the LoA aware path. Also, we shouldn't force it onto anyone, that desperation and wanting them to be LoA conscious only creates resistance and postpones it further. All the best! :)
you dont. :)
Your only task is to monitor your own path. No matter how close you may be to someone you do not know what really goes on in their heart. Your task is to accept them as they are. And if they're inspired by you to take your path, they will. If not, that's their choice too.