Daoism is essentially about following the intrinsic order of the universe, an order that is instilled and directed by the mysterious Dao.
Things naturally follow the Dao, and their power or virtue (De) grows.
But humans become distracted and misled, overlooking the impulses and quiet guidance of the Dao, and thereby depleting their power.
So the obvious goal of Daoism is to let go of whatever inhibits our relationship with the Dao, returning to a state of simplicity and quiet where we feel the impulses of our nature in accordance with the Dao.
Typically it’s our fears and cravings, based on flawed beliefs and extrinsic social or familial values, that get in the way of our guidance.
In terms of the Law of Attraction, this guidance is based primarily on how we feel. We can feel how aligned or misaligned we are with our inner-being perspective at any moment.
Daoism and Law of Attraction teachings can work well together, because Daoism encourages us to let go of our superficial and contrived approach to life, while Law of Attraction keeps the esoteric aspects of the Chinese religion grounded in feeling good.
The sage does nothing, but nothing is left undone. What could be more in keeping with the Law of Attraction?
Just feel good, be easy, and appreciate the impulses and the signs that come effortlessly as you realise the universe really is looking after you.