Law Of Attraction Movies

By request, I’m listing a few movies that have a some of Law of Attraction principles/teachings in them.  These were submitted by fellow LOA buddies…I haven’t seen them all yet, but they’re on my list.

  • The Matrix Trilogy
  • The Secret
  • One
  • Peaceful Warrior
  • Revolver
  • Conversations With God
  • Celestine Prophecy
  • Kung-Fu Hustle
  • Ground Hog Day
  • Best Years Of Our Lives
  • You Can’t Take It With You
  • Indiana Jones – The Last crusade
  • Kung-Fu Panda
  • Plesantville

Please feel free to add to this list and I’ll get them posted ASAP

Enjoy…

9 thoughts on “Law Of Attraction Movies

  • September 19, 2008 at 1:00 pm
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    I can’t believe you forgot the Matrix!!!

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  • January 28, 2009 at 3:50 am
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    You can also “What the bleep do we know?” and “What the bleep: Down the rabbit hole” to this list

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  • February 20, 2009 at 7:44 pm
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    Serendipity (2001) John Cusack, Kate Beckinsale, Jeremy Piven (from Entourage)

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  • March 2, 2009 at 12:59 pm
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    Would “Click (2006)” be a Law of Attraction movie?

    It has been a while since I’ve seen the movie and I only saw it once, but this is what I recall.

    The main character is a typical middle class family and head of household…in his desire to do well on the job and make more money for the family to take better care of the family he puts all of his time focus and attention on creating an environment where he can get more work done. As with any standard movie it takes place in three parts like a three act play. You see the groundwork that he’s a good person and he means well and he’s faced with a challenge to get a project done (he’s an architect) which may lead him to a great promotion. The task seems daunting until he is presented with a magical remote control. This remote control allows him to control the universe. At first this is wonderful to the main character which leads to the second part. You see him fast forwarding through life and focusing only on the parts that he initially thought was important, but the catch is now that the remote control has a few of his preferences it begins to autoprogram and automatically focus on what it thinks that it is trained to focus on. The third part is when he looks up and realizes that he has missed some important parts of his life and he begins to feel that his life is out of control. He felt that his life was on auto-pilot and there isn’t anything that he could do about it…of course with any movie, the third act is the opportunity to right any perceived wrong and the main character has empowered himself to change his future.

    I think that I’m going to re-rent this, but I would be interested to know what anyone else may think about this as a LOA movie.

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  • March 26, 2009 at 4:14 pm
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    Ok, this blog post has inspired me to take a closer look at movies that I’ve seen in the past and those that are on my “short list.”

    I think I have found quite a few to add to the list, but haven’t re-watched them all, so I will post only a couple.

    Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium.

    My favorite scene (and of course I have quite a few favorites in this movie) is early in the movie when the little boy’s hat is stuck on the building and is thought by the shopkeeper to be out of reach…it starts out with the little boy jumping to attempt to retrieve the hat…she comes along and speaks doubt and that she doesn’t believe he can get the hat and that it is over 7-feet high, blah blah blah…and it just inspired the boy because HE BELIEVED that he could retrieve the hat and he did. it is the true opening scene…because the earlier scene was a montague narrated by the same little boy commenting on how it seems that the adults are supposed to be smart but as they grow older they stop believing in their own gifts and talents and the possibilities of the world. It sets the stage for the entire movie which is about what you focus on…when the shopkeeper focused on failure that is what happened, the store became ill and began to fail…once whe was inspired to dream and hope and believe the store (energy and vibration) became alive again and attracted even more customers…it was HER choice.

    The other is Practical Magic…there are several LOA elements. The 3 that stand out for me are the concept that if you believe that something is a curse then it is and once you stop putting energy behind that belief it no longer exists…same with the so called curse of the owens women that the man that they love will die…if you believe that someone or something has power then it does…same with the policeman’s badge, it is his belief behind the power of that badge not the badge that stops criminals and finally, the main character played by Sandra Bullock thinks of physical characteristics and personality traits of a man…one green eye, one blue and more…when she was a child and he comes into her life at the point in which she desires most the love…also, can’t leave out that she had a spiritual bond with her sister that she could sense danger or trouble or when the other was thinking of/sad/or in need…so if one would think of the sister, the other would call…they put their thoughts and energy out into the universe and drew the person to them

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  • April 28, 2009 at 4:36 pm
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    This is a wonderful list. I just want to add up “I Am Sam” to the list. This movie emphasizes the power of the mind to focus. I hope this gets updated..

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  • May 13, 2009 at 10:05 pm
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    With the exception of Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade – I haven’t seen any of the pictures mentioned in the list – but I would like to add one to the list and that movie was “The Craft”

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  • June 15, 2010 at 11:24 pm
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    Movie- ‘You Can Heal Your Life’ by Louise Hay. Definitely one of the best movies based on the Law of Attraction
    This movie explains the Law of Attraction and describes how to use it. It is a must watch for those who want to understand the LOA and want to know how to use it easily and effectively.

    Have a good life

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