The law of attraction is great, for some.
But the problem with it is that it's relatively new. The idea of the law of attraction has only been around for a bit over 100 years, since the late nineteenth century.
Of course its newness isn't inherently a problem. Lots of valuable concepts have been discovered relatively recently, such as the computer I'm typing this on.
The problem is that the law of attraction is based on a far older science, and instead of improving upon this science, it has actually watered it down for the masses.
So let's imagine there was a book that would show you exactly how to create your own reality. It's an ancient book and has been around for millennia.
But one day someone comes along, and decides they'd like to cut out parts of that book to try to make it appealing to more people. They're essentially going to water down the message of that powerful book.
Now you come along and you want to learn how to become the creator of your reality.
Would you want that watered down book, or would you want the original?
You'd want the original, of course. You'd want the full message, with all its nuances.
You'd notice that those who chose the watered down version were getting some results, but those results weren't very predictable nor very impressive. Perhaps a few succeeded more than the others, but it seems to have been more by accident than anything else.
Sure you could join the crowd and read that watered down version, but why would you want to?
Join the elite few who have discovered the original message, and learn it right from the source.
So if the law of attraction is like that watered down book, what is the original that is so much more powerful?
Of course, it's magick.