The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success; The Law of Pure Potentiality 06

The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success; The Law of Pure Potentiality 06
01 Jan 2016

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Imagine throwing a little stone into a still pond and watch It’s ripples till they settle down and then you throw the other stone. That’s what exactly we should do in introducing intention in the field of silence. We’ll see this in the fifth law; The law of intention and desire you can introduce a faint impulse of intention and create desires simultaneously. But first we need to experience stillness, Its stillness that connects you to the field of pure potentiality and gives the details of you. If your mind is still even the faintest intention can ripple in the ground of universal consciousness but if your mind is not still, It’s like a turbulent ocean you can even throw the empire building and you wouldn’t notice anything. Be still and know thy self, this can be accomplished through meditation. The field of pure potentiality can also be accessed through the practise of non judgement, avoid the behaviour of constantly evaluating things As right or wrong, good or bad. The moment you constantly evaluate, analyse, classify, and label you create turbulence in your internal dialogue. These turbulences will constrict the flow of energy between you and the field of pure potentiality, you literary squeeze the gap between thoughts. The gap we are talking about is that state of pure awareness, the silent space between thoughts, that inner stillness that connects you to the true power, the moment you squeeze the gap, You sqoek the connection between you to the field of infinite creativity.

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Know thy self Ye are gods !

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