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3. The Law of Cause and Effect

3. The Law of Cause and Effect

  • Everything in the entire universe happens according to Law—there is no such thing as chance.
  • Every effect (result) must have a cause, and in turn, that cause must have an effect.
  • Thus, we have the perpetual, never-ending cycle of cause and effect.

Ralph Waldo Emerson called the Law of Cause and Effect “the Law of Laws.”

  • This Law decrees that whatever you send into the Universe comes back.
  • Just like everything has an equal opposite (the Law of Polarity), action and re-action are equal and opposite.


  • You are, of course, extremely interested in the effects in your life—your physical health, your relationships, the respect you earn, your income.
  • If you concentrate on the CAUSE, the EFFECT will automatically take care of itself.
  • Think good things about yourself and everyone else, treat yourself and others with respect, take care of your body, and it will ALL return to you.
  • That is how the Law works.


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