Oh, yes, we talked about laws during this course. The Seven Laws of the Mind. The Law of Attraction. Emerson’s law of Give more, Get more. And, last but far from least, we talked about the Law of Least Effort.
Let’s start with the 7 Laws of the Mind:
1. Law of Forgiveness – I forgive everyone.
2. Law of Dual Thought – I can attach any feeling I desire to any thought. My choice.
3. Law of Substitution – I can instantly replace a negative thought with a positive one.
4. Law of Relaxation – My relaxed calm state of mind helps me access infinite intelligence.
5. Law of Practice – I practice daily, including these laws, and perform amazingly because of practice.
6. Law of Subconscious – My subconscious works 24-7 to manifest what I plant along with my Definite Major Purpose (DMP).
7. Law of Growth – What I think about grows and what I forget atrophies without exception.
I made one exception for the Law of Growth. I decided not to forget about the IRS. I love the Law of Relaxation. It’s so true, isn’t it? When you’re relaxed, you find yourself able to access infinite intelligence. If you’re agitated, you don’t feel particularly bright, do you?
For the Law of Attraction, like attracts like. This is why your parents were concerned about who you spent time with.
As for Emerson’s Give More Get More, you must give to get. The more you give, the more you get. I remember this whenever I think I don’t have enough to make my donation to my favorite charity. I make the donation, and everything else falls into place. I don’t know how, but it does.
I had to ponder on the Law of Least Effort, but if you do, I think it will make sense to you as well. It has four parts.
Law of Least Effort: Acceptance. 1. I practice Acceptance. Today I accept people, situations, circumstances, and events as they occur. I know that this moment is as it should be, because the whole universe is as it should be. I do not struggle against the whole universe by struggling against this moment. My acceptance is total and complete. I accept things as they are in this moment, not as I wish they were.
Law of Least Effort: Responsibility. 2. Having accepted things as they are, I take Responsibility for my situation and for all those events I see as problems. I know that taking responsibility means not blaming anyone or anything for my situation (and this includes myself). I also know that every problem is an opportunity in disguise, and this alertness to opportunities allows me to take this moment and transform it into a greater benefit.
Law of Least Effort: Defenselessness. 3. Today my awareness remains established in Defenselessness. I relinquish the need to defend my point of view. I feel no need to convince or persuade others to accept my point of view. I remain open to all points of view and am not rigidly attached to any one of them.
Applying the Law of Least Effort means living each day with
Take a look at responsibility. If you don’t see it as a problem, you don’t have to take responsibility for it. Consider this for everything that is outside of your sphere of influence to do anything about. You can do something about it? Great. You have an opportunity. Take some responsibility (not blame, responsibility, the two are different). Defenselessness has taken a little more work for me, but I’m practicing it. I’ve found myself repeating “Acceptance, Responsibility, Defenselessness” inside my head more than once.
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