Sunday, September 18, 2011



Did you ever wish to wave a magic wand and get your wish manifested?

If you did…  If you did wish to have a magic wand - you now have one.

According to the Bible you have a magic wand.  Be sure that before you use it you will think twice.  Think if you really want what you wish because you are going to get what you want.

Whatever you wish in life - you get. 

Whatever you ask for - you receive.  The common reason you haven’t yet received  what you want is – the mixed feeling you have - you harbor doubts about deserving it.  Whenever you use the word “but” while you think about your wish, the Law of Attraction shifts into a slow gear.  Its activity slows.

When you clearly know what you want and don’t wish at the same time the opposite – you will get what you want. 

Ask and receive is the essence of the Law of Attraction.  

So simple.

The three most powerful verses in the Bible are:

·        “For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he:” (Prov. 23: 7).

·        “Thou shall also decree a thing and it shall be established unto thee:” (Job 22: 28).

·         “For surely there is an end; and thine expectation shall not be cut off.” (Prov. 23:18).

Caution:  your request is often – irrevocable:

The outcome of the Law of Attraction is guaranteed by the Holy Bible. 

Powerful stuff, isn’t it?

Now, what do you really wish for yourself? 
Whatever that you wish – be sure to attract to yourself only the best!

© 2011 Mandy Lender, M.D.

Friday, September 16, 2011


Welcome to my blog.

The main theme of this blog is reporting on findings of Key Concepts of the Law of Attraction in… the Holy Bible.  We shall also make comments about the Law of Attraction (LOA), and how to act in alignment with it. 

Some years ago I noticed that there are elements of the LOA in certain verses of the Bible.   At the time I harbored some doubts about this LOA thing…   But when I heard the famous quote from Proverb: “As a man thinketh in his heart so is he” (Prov. 32:7), I grudgingly admitted to myself that if the bible says so there may be some truth in it.  Meaning - may be there is truth in the LOA…  See I don’t argue with statements made in the bible.  I just use the bible as a reference source to the western civilization.

Time went by and I gradually uncovered piles of evidence in both the New Testament and the Old Testament (a.k.a. the Hebrew Bible).

In 2010 I published a small hard-cover book titled: “The Vision of HabakkuK. The law of Attraction in the Holy Bible”.   (   By  publication time I realized with certainty two things:

First, LOA was a behavioral phenomenon among the human race thousands of years before the biblical era.

Second, all the famous biblical heroes, kings and prophets used the Law of Attraction, either knowingly or intuitively to manifest their great works.  

In my book I recounted biblical and contemporary episodes of the LOA.  I recounted various stories from Moses to Jesus.  Yet I knew full well that there are many more masters of the LOA that I bypassed.  I ignored the story of Job who went from disasters to riches.  I omitted the greatest Master Attractor ever – Paul of Tarsus – who is in my opinion the greatest marketer that ever lived.

Analysis of the stories of each biblical master of the LOA left me with a deeper understanding of the mechanism of action of the LOA and its Key Concepts.  As such I became the immediate beneficiary of my investigations into the Law of Attraction.  My findings in turn percolated into the awareness and perceptions of folks living around me.  When you understand the key Concepts of the LOA – manifesting (i.e., getting things done) - becomes smooth, easy and accelerated. 

As a result a second book I wrote is now in the completion stage.  It is my intention to periodically report in this blog my findings and commentary about the LOA and the LOA in reference to the Holy Bible.

You are invited to make comments or ask questions as you wish on any matter I bring up in this blog.

© Dr. Mandy Lender, 2011