The Law of Attraction can be simplified by saying that the things you think about are the things that you will become and get in your life. Gratitude for what you do have is one of the critical components of using the Law of Attraction, but the truth is positive thinking is just the starting point for the Law of Attraction. While being grateful for what you have, you must also think about, in positive terms, what you want to have. A good way to start using the Law of Attraction is to turn the things you don’t want (worries and concerns) into more positive emotions. For example, when you are thinking about the relationship you want, what qualities does your significant other have? Higher Balance Institute’s programs were created with the purpose of activating the dormant sixth sense, the missing link to spiritual awakening. Unfortunately, The Secret World of Arrietty seems to fall onto the side of the “uneventful”. Studio Ghibli always has found a way to tell magical stories, and draw your attention to the most mundane things: two crickets playing with a crumb Arrietty drops, the rain falling off a leaf, or even just absorbing the environments created by the artists.
As an aside, I have to say almost all the love themes in Miyazaki movies seem thrown into the story, more often than not, in an unsettling way.
However, to be fair, I will admit that these are all children’s films, and in the case of Howl’s Moving Castle and The Secret World of Arrietty, based on children’s books.
This entry was posted in Reviews and tagged Animation, Featured, Ghibli, Japanese, Miyazaki, Review by Greg. If you think negative thoughts you will have negative experiences and if you think positive thoughts you will bring positive experiences and things into your life. It has been discussed in spiritual texts and personal development programs throughout history. For example instead of thinking about how you don’t want debt, think about how you do want cash flow. If all you want is a sense of well-being and happiness, you can bring that into your life that right now by thinking and feeling happy. Each film they produce is filled with such visual richness and painstaking attention to detail that the characters and stories come alive in a way that other contemporary animators cannot seem to rival.
If you’ve ever been lucky enough to view a screening of one of Ghibli’s infamous shorts, you’ll understand how they can take the mundane, a water spider, or a walk through the forest, and turn it into something unforgettable.

Plot unfolds without rhyme or reason, characters’ motivations are never explained (nor can they be determined), and overall, the results of their actions seem to have no consequences.
The viewer is allowed a peak into the secret lives of the Borrowers and follow Arrietty and her father as he takes her out for her first borrowing. For example, the characters in Ponyo (an 8 year-old boy and a youngish magical humanoid creature,) are forced to confess their eternal love for each other by Ponyo’s wizard and mermaid parents, and then Ponyo loses all her magical powers. The “love” which I find unnerving could merely be platonic love felt by a child, and the meandering plot points I complain about could simply be the cultural and stylistic divide between my western brain and Japanese literary and cinematic expectations. This is a form response crafted personally by me, Sabrina, to inform you, (appositive of your blog’s name going here), that I have nominated you for a Liebster Blog Award. Some popular title include Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles and Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude by W. Someone who thinks negatively may pick fights with family members and feel dissatisfied with the small home. Although this is an over-simplification of how the Law of Attraction works, it provides a starting point for those who want to start using that technique. Many people mistakenly think about what they don’t want, thinking that in this way they will attract what they do want.
Instead of thinking about how you don’t want to be late, think about how you want to be early.
But if you want something more specific, such as a relationship, it is important to be precise when thinking about your desire.
The more specific and positive you are with your thinking, the better results you will have. See, my mom is a one-legged, Russian prostitute, she can mail you a signed photo of Michael Gorbachev, and half-a-case of vodka. The details are gorgeous, and take you into tiny crawlspaces only imaginable to full-sized humans. In fact, most of these films play out like Japanese myths, which, instead of having direct “fairytale” morals, are merely glimpses into moments in life. If that same person adopted a positive attitude, the family may become tight-knit and loving and the small home may be viewed as cozy and welcoming. Notice how your feelings shift from anxiety to relaxation when you make this subtle shift in thinking.

And the more passion and emotion you put into it, the faster your desires will attract to you. Despite all this, I always feel like I’m watching two films when I view a Ghibli production: one that is visual, and one that is narrative. In Howl’s Moving Castle, during a scene where Howl transforms into a bird demon and is bleeding or oozing something, Sophie, the protagonist, is told that only love can heal him, even though love had not been a part of the movie before that moment. Aside from Princess Mononoke, which has a surprisingly powerful and coherent plot line, most of the Ghibli films I’ve seen seem to meander from their inception to their end.
Sho is a cooped-up infirm whose shyness gives way to courage and friendship towards the tiny Arrietty. Pretty much the same thing happens in Spirited Away, but instead of a bird demon, one of the characters, Haku, turns into a dragon and is only cured by the love of another underage siren, Sen. While the films may have a definitive point A and B, the line in-between the two is often twisted and muddled.
While Sho has good intentions, everything seems to go haywire in their lives when their friendship begins.
In fact, the mother over reacts to nearly everything in the film, to the point where there’s really nothing likeable about her character. A fat toad-like housemaid has an inexplicable disdain for tiny people, going so far as trying to get them caught alive by pest control. Ultimately, the entire Borrower family decides to uproot themselves and move somewhere else to protect their family and the legacy of their race.
I’m not sure why the maid wants to keep the borrowers alive, but on the same note, I’m not entirely sure why she wants to get rid of them either. Then, right around the end of the film, Arrietty and Sho are somehow in love, and then she leaves.

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