"What you sow, you reap." If we want happiness, we need to sow seeds of happiness. This is possible only when we are conscious about our every choice we make. We can create success only in awareness.
Our heart is a holistic and rational organ so we can rely on it for making decisions. The term Karma states that no debt ever goes unpaid in the universe. We can also transcend our past karmic debts by confronting it directly by meditating.
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This law states the universe operates through dynamic exchange. Our body, mind and energy are in constant contact with the cosmos. We must always keep the flow circulating by giving and receiving wealth. In order to keel the money coming to us, we must keep the flow going. The more you give, the more you receive.
The best way to put this into operation, we must give anyone we meet. It could be a silent blessing, a thank you note, or a flower. Always bring something when you visit someone.
Every human beings have eternal power for endless possibilities. We all have a pure spirit that is capable of fulfilling every dream that we have. Our ego is our self-image but our spirit has no such labels attached to it. There are universal intelligence that guides us even if we feel like we are struggling and hard.
To gain access to this law, Deepak Chopra suggests us to:
This law of success is based on the fact that nature's intelligence functions with effortless ease and abundant carefreeness.This is the principle of Least action and no resistance. Grass doesn't try to grow and fish doesn't try to swim, they automatically happen. Do less and accomplish more. Be in flow with nature.
3 ways to use this law-
This law states that energy and information exist everywhere in nature. The whole universe is the movement of energy and information in its quantum state. We all are a convolution in this quantum field and we influence it by our intentions.
This law has two aspects- attention and intention. What we focus on grows. What we remove our attention from disappears.
Dharma is a Sanskrit word which means purpose in life. This law says that we have taken manifestation in physical form to fulfill our purpose. The Divine takes human forms to fulfill its purpose. According to this law, one has a talent and a unique way of expressing it. We are all here to find out that we are spiritual beings with a human form.
How to use this law:
This law states that to acquire anything in the physical universe, one must release any attachment to it.
With detachment, you have the power to create. With attachment, you are hopeless, helpless and powerless. Attachment to money can bring insecurity. Uncertainty means infinite possibilities.
How to use this law:
Objects in motion tend to stay in motion. Find a way to get started in less than 2 minutes.
Work hard, but make sure you work on the right things. You have a limited amount of force and where you apply it is important.
Your productivity is a balance of opposing forces. If you want to be more productive, you can either power through the barriers or remove the opposing forces.
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