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So here is a universal truth that is Law. Law, meaning that, regardless of your opinion on the subject, this concept is not a theory but irrefutable. Tha Law of Cause and Effect, also known as The Law of Sowing and Reaping, states that:

“What you express outward to the world – through thought and action – is what comes back to you in its energetic equivalent.”

The thoughts you shoot out to the world, the actions that you take in every moment, and the decisions that you make at all times requires energy that you are always emitting on this energy ball we call Earth.

If I am mean to you, I can expect someone just as mean (or meaner) to treat me the same way. I asked for it. On the other hand, if I genuinely express praise or encourage someone, I can quickly expect someone else to treat me the same way (or better). As within, so shows out. So if you radiate love and kindness today, love and kindness will be reaped for you to enjoy tomorrow. If you radiate envy, greed, and jealousy today than those nasty vibes will continue to stick around. The scary part about that is that if you keep those nasty weed seeds around… you only reap bigger and worse. So treat people how you want to be treated. It’s that True, and it’s that Simple.

In high school, there was a guy that I know who had won the homecoming crown in both his Junior and his Senior year. He was selected twice by his peers to wear the crown as the most popular guy in school. But do you know how he was able to earn such a title? Do you know how he justly earned the respect of his peers that manifested in that kind of praise? He did not do anything out of the ordinary. He simply applied a little-known secret to his every day. He realized, early on, that: ” Since I respect all, all respect me.” He learned that being the first to express love and respect towards any man is what instantly earns the respect of the other.

Thinking that you need respect to be shown to you before you can express it to others is an extremely limiting belief that will never work. Not only will it not work, it foolishly leads to violence. It should not matter if you are in the presence of the Dalai Lama or the presence of a homeless man, the way you treat any neighbor is how your neighborhood will treat you. Of all the 6,500 languages spoken in the world today, the one true universal language is the way that man makes the other feel. When one learns how to gain the respect for all of his brothers and sisters, then everyone becomes his friend.

We have all been socially conditioned in our society to think that the way we are now is the way we will always be. Sure, our personalities are vastly different. That is what makes us so unique. But we are constantly evolving beings. Many times, it is our personalities and the weak habits that we practice that do not serve us.

A grumpy personality leads to more reasons to feel grumpy. A person who lives in fear brings more reasons to be afraid. A person who lies often reaps more and more events of being lied to. Notice the power of this law? But as one strives to improve himself, s/he eventually notices the positivity and potential that each human being possesses in their core to radiate for an easier life. S/he discovers that if you radiate expressions of love, honesty, and kindness… then the positive hand is dealt towards you every single time.

So quit being a jerk! It is false to believe that ‘that is just the way you are.’ Being mean is the way that you have molded yourself to be. So consider changing your bad seeds out and replace them with good ones. It is crucial for reaping positive events and circumstances. And it is only a decision away.

This idea holds true for every man. A Spiritualist might call it the Universal Law of Cause and Effect. Christians call it reaping what you sow (Galatians 6:7). Eastern ideas call it Karma. Alchemists (what I am) see it as a way to bringing more good into my life. But at the end of the day, it is all the same and consistent with the idea that what you put out in thought and action, will come back to you. So it makes sense to take advantage of it.

Change yourself – Change your world.

Replace your bad seeds with good seeds – Reap a beautiful thought garden.

Positive Vibes – Positive Life.


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Spiritual Tutor, Adventure Zealot, and Modern Etiquette Guide for the ambitious '20-Something' "I am the architect of my life, the designer of my dreams and the master of my fate." - Sergio Garcia

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