This caught my attention So I am reading "The beginners guide to Quantum Psychology" by Stephen.H Wolinsky and he talks about different dimensions and how you can not mix two different dimensions. His example is that imaging that you are earning money, or being given money will not end up with you rich in reality because you are mixing two different dimensions. Well that makes sense. But isn't imagining or daydreaming about the things you want apart of the law of attraction which apparently works? So these two ideas contradict or am I missing something? When i asked about this I was told that the Law of Attraction is not to be taken seriously. A little explanation on how they connect would be appreciated.
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Attaching a scientific-sounding name to something it doesn't apply to by a long shot, such as "quantum psychology" or "quantum leadership", waving around images of fractals with no apparent reason, and dragging into the picture the Schroedinger's cat by its tail - all these are typical signs of pseudo-scientific bullshit that, alas, engulfed American academia. The purpose of all that is not to help you understand something; on the contrary, the purpose is to confuse you into awe of those who cook up this nonsense, usually without slightest understanding of the buzzwords they borrow.