As one story relates, a teacher asked a group of students, ‘What are the Seven Wonders of the World?’ The right answer has long been the Great Pyramids, Taj Majal, Grand Canyon, Panama Canal, Empire State Building, St Peter’s Basilica and China’s Great Wall.
When you are in harmony with the Law of Giving, with the Laws of Life – there is good that makes itself available to you. This is the exciting news. Your thoughts, feelings, words and actions create the world around you. You have the power to create a world of peace, harmony and abundance. In order to accomplish it, it is essential that you learn to manage your thoughts and emotions. Understanding the Universal Laws is mandatory.
• Where do I want to end up?
• What do I want to accomplish – short and long term?
• Where do I want to be in relationship with the important people in my life, with the earth, myself, my creative capacity?
• What legacy do I want to be remembered for?
• Where do I want to end up when I put my head on the pillow for the last time?
Pause now. Ponder where you want to end up in the important aspects of your life. When you know where you want to end up, it is a lot easier to find your way. This article sets forth the strategy to end up where you want to be.
Whatever you desire – health, success, happiness, peace of mind, good relationships and the list goes on – you need to start it on its way.
The Universal Laws guarantee the results when you align with them, because they are a natural principle that does not change over time or with the vicissitudes in life. Being in alignment with the Universal Laws is no different than if you planted corn in a field and nurtured the soil.
Communication is a more complicated medium than we perceive it to be. Whether listening, reading, speaking, or writing, we have selective listening (reception) and selective speaking (transmission) processes operating at all times. As you read this article, you are selectively hearing my message and I am selectively sending it based on past experience, needs values, images and the language I use. These can all become barriers to effective communication.