The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success; The Law of Least Effort 01

The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success; The Law of Least Effort 01
14 Jan 2016

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Hellow! It’s a new day and today we start reviewing the fourth among seven spiritual laws of success; The law of least Effort. Nature’s intetligence functions with effortless ease and abandon carefulness. tt is the principle of least action of no resistance. This is the principle of harmony and love, learning this nature’s lesson makes us easily fulfill our desires. When nature is at work least effort is expended. Grasses don’t try to grow, they just grow. Fish don’t try to swim, they just swim. Flowers don’t try to bloom, they just bloom. Birds don’t try to fly, they fly. It is their intrinsic nature. The earth doesn’t try to Spin in it’s own axis. It is it’s nature to spin in a high speed in the space. It is nature of babies to be in bliss, It is nature of the sun to shine, It is the nature of the stars to glitter and sparkle and it is nature of human beings to make our dreams manifest into the physical form, easily and effortlessly. What we can a miracle is an expression of the law of least effort. In the India’s old age philosophy called the Vedic science this principle is known as the principle of economy of effort or ” do less and accomplish more” you ultimately come into a state where You do nothing and accomplish everything. What it means is; There is a faint idea and the manifestation of that idea comes about effortlessly.

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Know thyself Ye Are gods!

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