Law of Like Kind

Today you hear this Law pawned off as the magical Law of Attraction with greatly exaggerated explanations on how it works. What is missing is the complete explanation of how this Law works. Let’s look at the original version.

Genesis 1:24 and 25:
And God said, Let the earth bring forth the living creature after his
kind, cattle, and creeping thing, and beast of the earth after his kind:
and it was so.
And God made the beast of the earth after his kind, and cattle after
their kind, and every thing that creepeth upon the earth after his
kind: and God saw that it was good.

In the beginning, God designed everything after its own kind. Lions didn’t mate with cheetahs; they were attracted specifically to their own kind.

That same concept is true with thoughts and attitudes. We are attracted to thoughts, beliefs and attitudes that are in alignment and harmony with our own—like kind.

This is a good thing for Hope-Givers to realize because a true Hope-Giver wants to give everyone hope. But not everyone wants the truth. Some still want to believe the lies of the Hope-Monger because it appears to be the easy way out.

If the Hope-Giver is not saying what the Hope-Seeker WANTS to hear the message will be rejected. Too often the Hope-Giver feels as though he or she has been rejected, but realizing the Law of Like Kind, it is not the Hope-Giver that was rejected but simply the message.

This Law of Like Kind is very important when doing business. The more clearly you represent yourself, the more often you will get the customers and clients you desire. They are indeed attracted to your message, because they are of the same mind as you.

So instead of chasing after Hope-Seekers in markets you have no interest or expertise in only because there are a lot of them, put your energy in getting your message out and let the Hope-Seekers of Like Kind come to you.

Which brings us to our next law—The Law of Sow and Reap.

Law of Sow and Reap

This law refers back to a scripture in Galatians 6:7:
“Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth,
that shall he also reap.”

This is like the Law of Like Kind, but has more to do with the actions in an individuals life. For example if you give out negatives you are going to reap negatives. If you give out good will, you are going to reap good will.

What the Hope-Mongers don’t realize is that you can only abuse people for so long before it comes back to bite you. Almost all monarchies of the world that have been overthrown were a result of this Law. Abusive governments eventually realize this when revolution takes place. And if the Hope-Seekers will WAKE UP and hold the Hope-Mongers accountable for the garbage they are putting out, then perhaps they will realize it too.

Now let’s look at the positive side of this law. When Hope-Givers sow The Truth and are willing to help with what they know, all good comes back to them. This is a much better way to live than always having to look over your shoulder wondering if the huge number of Hope-Seekers, you took advantage of, are going to figure it out and blow your cover.

Every time you do anything for someone, think about this law and give out only what you want coming back. Only sow what you want to reap. It’s your choice, but by doing it the way of a Hope-Giver, not only will you be able to sleep at night, but you will begin to reap the rewards from appreciative Hope-Seekers.