The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success; The Law of Giving 04

The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success; The Law of Giving 04
07 Jan 2016

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It’s another day. Hopefully it found you healthy. Let’s continue with the law of giving. Silent giving is very powerful, learn to silently Send a blessing, Wish happiness, joy and laughter to whoever you meet with. Never visit others without bringing them a gift. You can say how can I give others while at the moment I don’t have enough for myself? We already saw yesterday. You can bring a flower, one flower, a note or a card that say Your feelings about them, You can bring a compliment or a prayer. The more you give, the more you will receive and the more you give more confidence you gain in the miraculous effects of this law and as you receive more your ability to give more increases. We are naturally affluent and in a state of abundance since nature supports every need and desire. We therefore lack nothing since our essential state is of pure potentiality and infinite possibilities. No matter how much or how little money we have we need to understand that we are naturally affluent the source of all wealth is the field of pure potentiality. In consciousness we are filled with joy, love, laughter, peace, harmony, knowledge and everything we need. If you seek these things, first seek for others and everything will come to you spontaneously.

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Know thyself Ye are gods !

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