I’m not the kind of person who likes this kind of oddities, especially if it has an oriental influence, dont ask me why, I just don’t like them. Nevertheless, with the desire of extracting the lessons that can be useful for me, I have come to the personal conclusion that this law is a kind of mental predisposition to reach an objective. And I explain you what I understood:
Your mind is aligned with the fact that it will achieve a goal through constant work done in the chosen direction, since this work produces a transfer of energy between thought and action that then aligns you even more with the imposed objective so that you get an imminent sense of success that makes you work even better. It is a vicious circle that goes from action to thought, from thought to action and from action to thought, but every time at a deeper level. It is not important where you start, it is important to do it now. Why? Because, for example, if you want to change the way you are, then your only time to do it is the present because the more time passes, more we move away from the desired goal because other influences fill our minds making us lose the objective of sight and changing our daily actions that end up deepening in something that right now you do not like but that will give you pleasure one day plunging you into something that ironically gives you pleasure but makes you unhappy.
With or without law, from my point of view, it matters the fact that perseverance will take you to your goal. It’s a kind of practical faith, you want and it happens, as if it were magic. So take care of your thoughts since they lead your life consciously and unconsciously.
Ah, and if you want a change in your life, for real, keep in mind that you will not be able to do it tomorrow. Each day has his own worries.