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Get to know and to use the simple laws of creation to advantage
What we call the laws of nature operating in the world around us are but a ramification of more fundamental creation laws that pervade this world and that of the beyond. These laws govern our existence and are part of the perfect weaving of this universe or you could say, the intrinsic mechanics of Creation. They are unchangeable and unavoidable. As human beings, it is our duty and our privilege to get to know them and to use them consciously for the up-building of the great creation.
In this article we look at the first of these laws that everyone should know.
The law of Reciprocal Action
“What goes around, comes around”. This popular saying sums up the first Law perfectly, as does the age old Christian saying “Whatever you sow, so shall you reap”. For us human beings, everything we put ‘out there’ in the world comes back to us in abundance. This is quite commonly referred to as ‘Karma’, but many of us do not realise that this spiritual law actually includes our thoughts, our words as well as our deeds.
All that originates from us, eventually returns to us so we may personally experience the effects of our own actions. It might happen almost immediately or tomorrow, it might happen in ten year’s time or it might take another lifetime to manifest, but it all comes back to us eventually, both the good and the bad, what was done and what was left undone.
If you have a tendency to think nasty or malicious thoughts, such as resentment or ill-will, then you shall eventually experience this in magnified form through the way in which you attract people or the happenings around you. A kind word of encouragement results in kindness, or the outcomes of kindness in return. An act of generosity comes back to you, quite possibly when you really need it.
As spiritual beings we have the free will to think, say and do what we wish, but we are unconditionally subject to their consequences. This is because our actions, our thoughts and our words hold the power of attraction of what is similar. Through this naturally-occurring mechanism we are held accountable for every one of our decisions.
Picture the following. Each of our decisions automatically forms a thread, invisible to the human eye, that stays connected to us and weaves the carpet of our fate. Such threads emanate from us and automatically connect with those of a similar nature emanating from others. It is through this that reinforcement and strength flows, rather like a finer version of an umbilical cord providing an unborn baby with its means of nutrition. Threads of our original thought connect with other similar, homogeneous threads, gaining in power and intensity. Eventually, the intensified power flows back to us. the author of the original thought. We then will experience the returning reactions. Hence, such threads are referred to as ‘Threads of Fate’.
When person X thinks negative thoughts, they are providing nourishment to other similar thoughts and are simultaneously attracting thoughts of the same nature to themselves in intensified form. Similarly, if that person is directed in their thoughts towards the good, then a similar harvest of good effects will inevitably come their way.
These are examples of the weaving of creation, as born out through the operation of one simple law, that of Reciprocal Action, the great law of returns, of sowing and reaping. Like all creation laws, it is simplicity itself, yet universal and incorruptible in its activity.
The good news for those of us who do not always think, say or do as we would ideally wish, is that these threads only stay connected to us for as long as we keep feeding them. If we stop doing this, they will eventually shrivel away and detach themselves from us. Such is the comprehensive justice and mercy that is automatically bound up with the activity of all creation laws that perfectly express the Will of God in Creation.
Karma is often thought of as punishment but in actual fact it is a gift. It is by experiencing the results of our actions that we can learn from them, mature and develop further. We learn that negative actions affect us and those around us, we get sick of it and hopefully strive to change that behavior within ourselves. On the other hand, we see and feel the positive effects of our good deeds. Goodness flows back to us, strengthens our positive attributes and life flows more easily.
When we become conscious of this spiritual Law of Creation, the desire to use them wisely will arise within us and we shall see what beautiful patterns in the carpet of our fate can be woven.
This article was inspired by the book ‘In The Light of Truth-The Grail Message’ by Abd-Ru-Shin.
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