Category Archives: The Basic Laws of Life.

The Spiritual Law of ONE

The Law of One is about accepting everyone and everything as they are, without judgment.  This includes the Self.

On Earth we experience dark and light.  This is the duality which comes from the free-will which we experience on Earth.  Beyond the fifth dimension there is only Light. Wherever we are, all is perfect.  Duality is merely a learning experience to expand our Light.
When we live the Law of One we create bridges by looking for the commonality in each other. Just as you were invited to be here for this learning on Earth, so are animals, insects, trees and plants.  All are learning and evolving.  You are entitled to your ‘space’ just as an animal is entitled to his territory.
(If your kitchen is overrun with ants, first talk to the Higher Self or the oversoul of the ants, and remind them that this is your territory.  You ask them to move to a log in the garden or some safe place outside.  If they ignore two warnings, tell them that you will have to return them to the Light if they do not honour your space.  If they are outside your home, then you do not have the right to kill them.)
Honour trees and plants by telling them with a thought that you are about to prune them.  Act with harmlessness  –  always.
When you understand the Law of One, you accept your own divinity.  You start listening to your intuition and become a co-creator in your own life.

The Spiritual Law of ATTRACTION

“To better understand the Law of Attraction, see yourself as a magnet attracting unto you the essence of that which you are thinking and feeling. And so, if you are feeling fat, you cannot attract thin. If you are feeling poor, you cannot attract prosperity. And so on. It defies Law.

The more you come to understand the power of the Law of Attraction, the more interest you will have in deliberately directing your thoughts—for you get what you think about, whether you want it or not. Without exception, that which you give thought to is that which you begin to invite into your experience.”

The first Law of the Universe is ‘As above so below’.
‘Peace within leads to peace in your life’.
Your body is a mirror of your deep, often unconscious, inner feelings.  This law applies to the physical body.  Inner feelings are reflected in the way we build our bodies.
·                 If we feel emotionally or sexually vulnerable inside, we may develop a protective layer of fat over our abdomen and hips, as these are the places where we hold our emotions and sexuality.
·                 If at an inner level we feel un-loveable, we may build a big chest to protect our heart centre.  ie.  muscle/body builders with muscley chests are often hiding feelings of vulnerability.  A woman will unconsciously build big breast to indicate her need to nurture or to be nurtured.
·                 If we feel deep inside that we must shoulder the responsibility for our family or even the world, we build ourselves big shoulders.  If, on the other hand, we have no intention or desire to carry responsibility, we build sloping shoulders that allow burdens to slip off.
·                 If you have a pain in the neck, ask yourself, ‘Who or what am I allowing to be a pain in the neck?’
·                 A pain in the backside  –  ‘Who is the pain in the backside?’
·                 A pain in the heart  –  ‘Who am I allowing to hurt me?’
·                 Indigestion  –  ‘What experience can’t I assimilate or stomach.’
·                 An ache  –  ‘Who or what am I aching for?’
·                 Unable to hear clearly  –  ‘What don’t I want to hear’ or ‘Who don’t I want to listen to?’
·                 Stiff hips  –  ‘How can I change my attitude to moving forward?’
·                 Anything on the right side of the body mirrors attitudes to do with the masculine, men, the future or our career.
·                 The left side reflects the feminine aspects, our attitude to women, the past or our home life.
·                 Our animals will reflect your inner qualities back to you.  If your animals have seemingly different characteristics, each one is representing a part of your personality – that is why it has come into your life.


The Spiritual Law of ATTACHMENT

You can have anything you wish in your life  –  but if your sense of self-worth or your happiness depends on having it, then you are ‘attached’ to it.

Whoever or whatever you are attached to, can manipulate and control you.
Cords are formed between people who have unresolved issues between them.  Every time you send thoughts or words of anger, jealousy, hurt, envy or need to someone, you manifest a tiny thread which attaches to them.  An occasional thought may dissolve it, but if you consistently send negative feelings out, the threads will form ropes or cords.  These will remain and bind you together, until they are released.
In subsequence lifetimes the cords will reactivate and draw you inevitably towards those with whom you have unresolved issues.  This is to enable the soul the opportunity to do things differently. We can be attached to things or objects.  Negative energies such as greed, pride, envy and need can send huge cords to objects like houses, cars, bank balances and jobs.  This is why it is called ‘the trappings of wealth’.
You can, of course, have a beautiful home, a great job and a lovely car to drive  –  but, if you need to live in that beautiful home and you need to drive that fancy car to give you status or security, it then becomes a ‘trapping’.
In regards to relationships, you are entitled to enjoy a wonderful, loving relationship with a suitable partner.
Neediness though, cords you to your partner with the result that you are pulled to and fro emotionally (and psychically).  Co-dependant relationships enmesh you in cords so that it is difficult to feel objective about the relationship, or to leave your partner.  You are bound.
When a parent becomes bound to their child it becomes difficult to release them into adulthood.  A child may be so attached to a parent that it is difficult to form and maintain mature, adult relationships with a partner.
Attachment is ‘conditional’ love.  Unconditional love dissolves the cords that bind.  If you need someone to behave in a certain way in order to love them, then that is NOT love – it is attachment.
We hold (and cling) onto others for our sake, not theirs.
When we put our hopes, desires and expectations on people, they react from their own patterns.  When we accept them as they are, this is Love.
It is very common for a whole family to be entangled in cords of co-dependency. Shame and guilt bind you to memories and hold you back.  When you are ready to forgive yourself for your past actions, you dissolve these restricting cords and the memory looses its energy.
Forgiveness dissolves cords for all time.  Our souls wish for us to face and release all our unresolved issues and life lessons so that we are free to move forward.  When you forgive someone and totally let go of what has happened in the past, you free both that person and yourself.
The most powerful way of releasing attachment is by intention, visualization and unconditional love for the self and others.


The Spiritual Law of PROJECTION


All aspects of ourselves are reflected back to us. All that we perceive outside self is a mirror of something within. Therefore, everything that we see outside is a ‘projection’.
We project our energy, both positive and negative, onto other people and assume it is within them, often denying that it is within us.
Every time you say the words ‘you are’ or ‘he is’ or ‘she is/he is’, you are projecting something of yourself onto someone else.
When we assume that someone else feels as we do, it is a projection.  For example, statements such as ‘you must feel awful about that’, or ‘you must be so happy …’ are both projections.  You are putting your feelings on to the other person.
We project our fears on to the world.  It is more comfortable to imagine that someone else has the qualities we wish to deny are within ourselves.
‘When one witch warns you that another witch is evil –
          Beware the witch who warned you.’
          ‘It takes one to know one.’
          ‘A pot calling the kettle black’.
If you burying your hostility and express it as passive anger, you will project hostility on to those around you and will imagine that people are aggressive whether they are or not.  You will selectively imagine angry or threatening attitudes where none are intended or expressed.  Those who project their hatred/anger/rage think everyone is out to get them.
We project our insecurities and our sexuality on to others.  The person who is paranoid about the morality of others is projecting their own underlying immorality.
Someone who suspects that all around him are cheating him is projecting his inner cheat.  As a consequence he may attract cheats into his life.
Someone who accuses their partner of being unfaithful is projecting their own lack of faith in the relationship.
On the positive side, we also project our gracious, powerful, beautiful and brilliant qualities on to others.  Every time you think or say good, positive things about people, you are projecting your own qualities within.
We project our love on to others.  A person who is kind will imagine that all around them are also kind, and will attract this energy into their life.
Projecting yourself on to someone else prevents you from taking responsibility for Self.  Most people do not even realize that what they are saying is actually within them.  It is a powerful form of denial.

The Spiritual Law of REFLECTION


The mirror of the Universe is so honest and accurate that your deepest secrets show up in the reflections you see of yourself. Every single person and situation in your life is a mirror of an aspect of yourself, good or bad, positive or negative. When the Universe presents us with someone or something in life, this is a mirror. The Spiritual Law of Reflection reminds us to look in the mirror and change ourselves.
The more a characteristic in someone else bothers you, the more your soul is trying to draw a reflection to your attention.
If the Universe really wants to draw your attention to something, it will give you three (3) mirrors to look into at once.
Water reflects what is happening to your emotions or spirituality.  If your emotions are ‘leaking’, then this is telling you that you have unshed tears or unresolved emotional issues and this will manifest itself in leaking or dripping taps and the like. Rivers, lakes and oceans carry the emotional and spiritual life-force of an area.  Water also symbolically washes and purifies.
Fire is hot and bright.  A fire in the hearth or campfire may indicate a peaceful, comfortable, warm centre.  A rampaging bushfire reflects the anger and hostility of all those affected by it.  Fire is also a transmuter of negative energy.
Earth is solid, but can change form.  If you get stuck in the mud it has something to tell you about where you are at in your life.  An earthquake tells you that the foundations of your life are not as secure as you may have thought.  From Earth there is new growth.
Air is energy.  Air represents communication and new ideas.  A hurricane or strong winds blow away outmoded thinking from an area, and heralding the new.
Your car also represents aspects of you.  If your brakes fail it may be a warning for you to stop something you are doing.
The lights don’t work  –  can you see where you are going in life?
The paintwork is scratched and battered  –  are you feeling dented or battered?
Flat tires  –  are you feeling deflated or is someone letting you down?  Are you letting yourself down?
The horn doesn’t work  –  maybe it is time that you speak up for yourself.
Flat battery  –  are you feeling flat;  have you run out of energy?
Gears  –  gears facilitate the movement from one speed to another.  If your gears are grating this could be indicating that you may have trouble making a move in your life.
Animals reflect the qualities and characteristics of their owners.  A well-disciplined, good natured, friendly dog reflects an owner you can trust and feel comfortable with.  A wild, savage or noisy dog will warn you to be careful of its owner, even if your impression is of a gentle person.
Whatever comes into your life, look into the mirror and see what it has to teach you.  Once we understand the Law of Reflection we can expand our spiritual growth by looking at what life is telling us.


The Spiritual Law of RESISTANCE

Every time we focus on something we are ‘calling’ it towards us. With our thoughts and beliefs we invite people, situations, experiences and material things into our life. When they arrive, if we do not really want them, we try to push them away.

Many people invoke the Law of Resistance without being consciously aware that they are doing it.  Your unconscious mind and the Universal mind work similar to computers.  You cannot tell a computer ‘not’ to bring up a certain file if you have clicked on it, as it cannot accept negative instructions.  It will assume you DO want that file and bring it up.
Your conscious mind can discriminate between a negative instruction and a positive one  –  but your unconscious mind is fully engaged cannot tell the difference.
If you think a thought or make a statement often enough it will access your unconscious mind.  Some people have illness in their lives because they ‘resist’ illness.  If you are continuously thinking ‘I don’t want to be ill’, the word ‘ill’ filters constantly into your unconscious mind … making you ill.
‘Don’t’, ‘can’t’, ‘won’t’ and ‘not’ are words which invoke the Law of Resistance.  For example, the thought ‘I won’t ever find a perfect partner’ resists the perfect partner; ‘I don’t want to be poor’ brings about poverty;  ‘I can’t live in that awful house’ keeps you living in that awful house; and ‘I won’t ever be like my mother’ ensures that you will become just like her.
On the positive side, statements such as ‘I am healthy’; ‘I deserve a perfect partner’; ‘I welcome riches’; ‘I live in a beautiful home’ bring that energy towards you.
“Never resist failure or poverty.  Instead attract success, wealth and abundance.  Always embrace the positive rather than resisting the negative.”
The Law of Resistance is triggered by ‘victim’ consciousness.  A victim is someone who blames others for their fate, believes the world owes them, and they generally feel sorry for themselves.  When someone is thinking ‘Poor me’ or ‘I am so unlucky’ they are being a ‘victim’ who is resisting abundance and generosity.  If someone is blaming another for what is happening in their own life, then they are a ‘victim’ who is resisting taking personal responsibility for what they themselves have created.
When we feel angry or guilty we resist the joy of life and the magnificence of ‘Self’.

The Spiritual Law of REQUEST

Under Spiritual Law, if you want help you must ask for it.

The Law of Request teaches us to ask when our souls are ready, with clarity and intention. It is our personal responsibility to ask for the things we need in our lives.
With the Law of Request, we are NOT to impose ourselves upon others. If you push yourself upon someone who hasn’t asked for your help prevent them from sorting out their own situation for themselves, hindering their own learning process. Also, when you force your help or advice on to someone, you bear the karma if it goes wrong.
It is considered bad manners to rush in uninvited and most likely your help will be ignored or unappreciated. Of course, if someone is drowning you help! You guide the blind and comfort the sick and bereaved. However, if you feel upset by the mess someone has got themselves into, it is your stuff. It is an indication that you need to look at yourself rather than rescue someone else.

The Spiritual Law of ATTRACTION

How your mind processes the Spiritual Law of Attraction will be shown to you as your daily life unfolds.

To better understand the Law of Attraction, see yourself as a magnet attracting unto you the essence of that which you are thinking and feeling. And so, if you are feeling fat, you cannot attract thin. If you are feeling poor, you cannot attract prosperity. And so on. It defies Law.