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The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success



Personal success is not the outcome of hard work, precise plans or a driving ambition, but rather of understanding our basic nature as human beings and being aligned with the laws of nature.

Basically there are seven spiritual laws of success, which operate in much the same way as scientific laws such as the law of gravity. Here is a brief look at each of those laws:

1. Law of Pure Potentiality

This law means that all the success you enjoy will come to you as a result of your connection with the infinite. All your best ideas come from within. All you need to do is to open your mind and this can be achieved through disciplines such as meditation, prayer and introspection.

2. Law of Karma (or Cause and Effect)

This law basically means that everything you have in your life right now is a product of certain actions you took in the past. Therefore, if you want a better, more enriched future, you need to take the necessary actions in the present in order to produce the life you want. Commit yourself to continually taking action.

3. Law of least effort

The law basically means that you do not need to struggle with life. In fact, the more you struggle, the less efficient you will become. If you stay connected (meditation, prayer etc) and committed to action (cause and effect) you can simply perform your allotted tasks with joy; and everything you seek will flow effortlessly towards you.

4. Law of Giving and Receiving

The principle recognizes the fact that things flow toward you as a result of exchange. So, if you want to generate wealth, for example, you need to decide what you can give. Basically, give more than you receive and the dynamics of the universe will naturally reward you for it.

5. Law of Intention and desire

All successful people make use of specific achievable goals that they intend to complete. Quite simply, you must have goals because goal setting works to keep you aligned and focused on your final outcome.

6. Law of Detachment

This law means that whereas you must be committed to your goals, you need not be committed to the methods you will employ to reach them. Do not be rigidly attached to the route but instead, be prepared to change at any moment as the right opportunity presents itself.

7. Law of Dharma

This principle basically is self-actualization, meaning you need to find your purpose in life and be bold enough to live it- because that is how you will find true success.

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