Bob Proctor & the 11 Forgotten Laws

Bob Proctor from The Secret is well known for his understanding of the Law of Attraction. The problem is people still struggled after seeing the secret. Many felt the law of attraction did not work. This is because there are other principles you need to understand to fully realise your dreams and the law of attraction. These are the 11 Forgotten Laws.

Many people saw The Secret and tried to work with the Law of Attraction. Sometimes they were successful, other times they were not. Why is it that when you think you have worked something out, the Law of Attraction lets you down. This is both a confusing and frustrating situation to be in. Bob Proctor was made famous by the hit movie The Secret but he knew there was more to it than the Law of Attraction. So he is doing an interview on the 11 Forgotten Laws. See below.

These 11 Laws are the underlying principles by which the whole universe is created. They work simultaneously with the Law of Attraction. Once you understand all 11 Forgotten Laws, you can better understand how to best utilise all the aspects of the Law of Attraction. This is where real potential can be realised.

The 11 Forgotten Laws are:

– The Law of Thinking

– The Law of Supply

– The Law of Attraction

– The Law of Receiving

– The Law of Increase

– The Law of Compensation

– The Law of Non-Resistance

– The Law of Forgiveness

– The Law of Sacrifice

– The Law of Obedience

– The Law of Success

Each of these Laws has a specific purpose. When you understand each of them, they combine to allow you to realise that there IS order in the Universe and it is highly predictable. Let me briefly explain each of these Laws.

THE LAW OF THINKING

The Law of Thinking says what is most prevalent in your mind, you become. If you are constantly concerned about the problems in your life, not only will you see more of them, it will distract your mind from creating solutions. You get what you think about.

THE LAW OF SUPPLY

Some may think of this as the Law of Demand. That is, we are always wanting more, we are always expanding. Just like a seed that needs to grow, we are constantly evolving to want more and more.

THE LAW OF ATTRACTION

I don’t think this one needs much explaining. The more you have, the more you get. The more you attract, the greater the number of things you can attract to yourself.

THE LAW OF RECEIVING

Receiving is not getting, receiving is graciously allowing something to come to you. Its like a swing. When you push a swing away, it will come back to you at around the same degree as you pushed. The Law of Receiving is about giving to the fullest extent so you can receive to the fullest extent.

THE LAW OF INCREASE

When someone gives you a compliment, how do you feel? If someone continues to compliment your work, do you feel compelled to do it again or even better? This is the Law of Increase. Giving more will allow you to receive more

THE LAW OF COMPENSATION

What you are getting is a result of the efforts you are putting out there. If you want to have better results, you have to think of a new or better way to deliver that value. You must BECOME the person of value to receive anything of value.

THE LAW OF NON-RESISTANCE

If you resist for security, you will never have it. Peace, harmony and joy require that you ARE peace, harmony and joy. Fighting for peace does not create peace. It creates more fighting. The only way to not have conflict is to “go with the flow” and not resist. This does not mean give up, it means do not struggle.

THE LAW OF FORGIVENESS

In many difficult times it is easy to blame others. Even when it is your fault, it is easy to blame yourself. An attitude that takes your vitality and energy never serves. Learn to forgive. Emotionally let go of a situation and just act to correct it. That is the only way forward.

THE LAW OF SACRIFICE

The Law of Sacrifice is about discipline. Everything has a price. Are you willing to pay it to get what you want? Most won’t

THE LAW OF OBEDIENCE

In many ways, obedience implies respect. The ability to hold your tongue or action as appropriate to maintain peace and harmony is always more beneficial than disruption. It also means be obedient to the Laws. Work WITH the Laws and they will reward you. Work against them and you will pay the price.

THE LAW OF SUCCESS

No matter what you do, it is a success. You get a result. You may not like the result but it is a result none the less. Working with the Law of Success means acting in a certain way so that success is bound to happen. If not by education, then by experience and persistence. You can achieve more because you are born to achieve more. Do more right things than wrong things and success is inevitable.

I have only been able to briefly bring you these Laws. Bob Proctor, the master of these Laws, is doing an interview on these 11 Forgotten Laws. He is going to explain the Laws IN DETAIL. If you are successful then you may not need to hear the interview. If you have struggled to be successful with the Law of Attraction.You need to hear this interview, go to www.Official11ForgottenLaws.com

Jon is a full time life coach that understands and teaches the Law of Attraction. He provides a holistic attitude to life and well being that encompasses the mental, physical, spiritual and emotional aspects of living so that people can have greater peace and control of their lives. [http://www.jon.tv]

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How the 2009 Citizenship Law Applies to Adopted Children

The Canadian government has passed a new citizenship law that resolves a variety of issues about Canadian citizenship (Bill C-37). Buried in that law is a provision that has passed unnoticed, until now, which puts limitations on the Canadian citizenship rights of some internationally adopted children. Recent articles in the National Post, the Globe & Mail and the Ottawa Citizen have brought these provisions to the attention of the adoption community.

Although this new law will come into effect on April 17, 2009, I hope it is not too late for adopting parents to express their views (read Comments from adopting parents so far. Also read Complex Citizenship Laws Anger Adopting Parents). The provisions of the new law are complex, so I have set out a series of questions and answers at the end of this article, which I hope will clarify the finer points of the new rules.

A good way to begin understanding the issues is to read the newspaper articles “Critics Fear Two-Tier Citizenship” and “Citizenship Changes Could Create Inferior Citizens”. For the perspective of Robin Hilborn of Family Helper, see “Canadian law denies citizenship to children of foreign adoptees”

Essentially the legislation provides that the children of some internationally adopted children will not have a right to Canadian citizenship. In practice, this is likely to affect only a small proportion of all adopted children. What upsets adopting parents, however, is the notion that their children will have a lesser class of citizenship. In effect, the children are being discriminated against. Adopting parents do not want to feel that their children are second-class citizens.

Adopting parents in Canada are losing their tolerance for being discriminated against. Resentment at the inherent discrimination against adopting families built into the EI legislation has been simmering for the past decade (for a detailed description of the discrimination which adopting parents feel about this subject, see our earlier Spotlight, “Adoption in the Workplace”). Now a new law that discriminates against their children is going to have a galvanizing effect on the adoption community.

The Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration, 2008, begins with the following words:

“The Citizenship Act, under which CIC grants citizenship to eligible newcomers, affirms that all Canadians have the same rights, privileges and responsibilities whether they are citizens by birth or naturalization.”

That will change as of April 17, 2009. In an attempt to solve the problem of Canadian citizenship being handed down generationally to people who don’t actually live in Canada, the government has reduced the citizenship rights of some internationally adopted children, and effectively created a lesser class of citizenship for them. Was this really necessary? It feels like a sledgehammer was used to kill a flea. Could not a more elegant solution have been found to actually deal with the perceived problem?

The Report of the Senate Standing Committee, which reviewed Bill C-37, states:

“Such a distinction would grant citizenship to a first generation born outside Canada while denying it to their children and subsequent generations were they to be born abroad. Such a provision strikes your Committee as arbitrary and unfair.”

The Committee also added: “Rather, the Committee urges the government to ensure that all aspects of new citizenship legislation are Charter-compliant and consistent with Canadian values”.

As a result of concerns by the Immigration Department about the confusion surrounding the new law, it recently issued a clarification.

In a published response to the concerns of adopting parents, the Minister states:

“Critics have entirely missed the point of how changes to our citizenship law, which come into effect on April 17, 2009, will protect the value of citizenship.”

I don’t think that is true. Adopting parents probably do understand the concerns that the government has about protecting the integrity of Canadian citizenship. It is the specific solution, which the government has come up with that they are protesting.

It is an insult to adopting parents to say that their children now have a lesser class of Canadian citizenship. The government needs to rethink these provisions and find a solution that does not put limitations on the rights of citizenship for internationally adopted children. The government should find a solution which fits the actual problem. This article is a call to action for adopting parents. Adopting parents who wish to make their views known to the government should do so immediately. Prior to doing so, however, please read the questions and answers set out below. The law is quite technical and there is already confusion about who the law would apply to. This is not helped by the government’s own website, which is not clear. If, after reading the article and the new rules, additional questions arise that should be asked in the list below, please send them to me and I will add them to the article.

For the purposes of this article, I will use the terms Class A citizenship to refer to full-rights citizenship and Class B to refer to the new, lesser-rights citizenship.

Q1. Who does the new law apply to?
A. The new law applies to adopted children who receive their citizenship abroad, pursuant to the new direct citizenship provisions enacted in Canada on December 23, 2007. [See also Q10 below]

Q2.Who is not subject to the new rules?
A. The new rules do not apply to the following:

(a) adopted children born in Canada;

(b) Internationally adopted children who come to Canada on a permanent resident visa and subsequently obtained Canadian citizenship after their arrival in Canada. Up until now this has been the situation of most (but not all) children adopted overseas and brought to Canada. They will not be affected by the new rule, despite what it says on the Canada Immigration website.

The web posting “New Citizenship Rules” states:

“This limitation will also apply to foreign-born individuals adopted by a Canadian parent. The adopted children of Canadian citizens will be considered to be the first generation born abroad. This means that:

If a person born outside Canada and adopted by a Canadian parent has a child outside Canada, that child will not be a citizen by birth;……..”

This information is misleading. In a clarifying email from the Ministry of Citizenship & Immigration (which doesn’t seem to be posted anywhere at the moment), an official makes it clear that the restriction on obtaining Canadian citizenship only applies to situations described in the above quote and where the parent of the child born outside of Canada originally was granted Canadian citizenship overseas pursuant to the new 2007 direct to citizenship route. This misstatement on the government website has caused some parents to believe that the new law will apply to their children, when in fact it will not.

(c) The new law will not apply to children who would normally fall into the Class B citizenship definition, but whose parent is working overseas with the Canadian government (Federal or Provincial) or serving overseas in the armed forces. Instead, these children will have Class A citizenship. However, children whose parents are working for Canadian corporations, the United Nations, who are on vacation, or who are otherwise travelling outside of Canada do not get this exemption and will have Class B citizenship. This is a distinction which is hard to justify. If you work for one kind of employer your children are Class A citizens, and if you work for a different kind of employer your children are Class B citizens. Surely there is a better way to sort this out.

Q3. What is the most serious consequence of this new law?
A The most serious consequence that is evident at this time is that a child born overseas to an adopted person has a reasonable chance of being a “stateless individual” (this would be the adopting parents’ grandchild). This leads to a number of questions:

(a) Why would this happen? – Only some countries grant citizenship to a child born in their country (Canada and the USA being examples of countries that do that). Many countries rely on the citizenship of the child’s parents or some other criteria. The child would be born stateless if they did not derive a citizenship through either parent and they are also born in a country where birth on soil does not give access to citizenship. As a stateless person, the child would have no obvious way to come to Canada.

(b) Is there a remedy? – A child of a Canadian who was born stateless abroad would have the option of applying for a grant of citizenship on the basis of statelessness. The amended Citizenship Act has provisions for granting citizenship to stateless children of Canadian citizens, but the child must first live in Canada for three years. This stateless child would have neither a passport nor a right to enter Canada, so it is not even clear how the child could travel to Canada to establish residence. One can only hope that there will be a benevolent immigration officer overseas who has empathy for the predicament that the Class B Canadian citizen finds himself in, and will grant the stateless child some sort of visa to come to Canada. This event will be 20, 30 or 40 years into the future. It is hard to predict what the world will look like then in terms of population and pressures on the Canadian immigration system. What will immigration officers say to a Class B Canadian citizen in 30 years who wants to bring their stateless child back to Canada? Adopting parents today will be the grandparents of that child. We can all hope it’s a sympathetic response.

(c) Any born-abroad Canadian adopting parents could immediately face the problem outlined in (b) above. Again, this is because the provisions of the new law apply to children born outside of Canada as well as to those adopted.

Q4. What happens if my adopted child has Class B Canadian citizenship and gives birth to a child overseas?
A That child, your grandchild, will not acquire Canadian citizenship. He or she may be eligible to be sponsored as a permanent resident, and then apply for citizenship as soon as he or she becomes a permanent resident.

Q5. How does it work for subsequent generations? Do they have Class A or Class B Canadian citizenship?
A Generational Chart Showing Whether Descendants have Class A or B Canadian Citizenship Rights:

Parents Child

First
Generation (Adopting Parents)

Second
Generation
(your adopted child)

If this child receives Canadian Citizenship overseas under the 2007 law, he/she will have Class B Canadian Citizenship

Third
Generation
(your grandchild)

If the child of the adopted child above is born outside of Canada, he/she will not be entitled to automatic Canadian Citizenship. The child may apply to enter Canada on a Permanent Resident Visa. If he/she subsequently obtains Canadian Citizenship, then it will be a Class A Citizenship.

Fourth Generation
(your great-grandchild)

The child of this Class A citizen parent, if born inside Canada, (the Adoptive Parents’ great-grandchild) will have Class A Citizenship.

Q6. Can I do anything to avoid this new law if I am going to adopt a child in the future?
A Yes you can. Do not use the new direct citizenship route for children adopted overseas. Only use the old route of applying for a permanent resident visa for the child, and after the child is landed in Canada apply for Canadian citizenship. This child will have a Class A Canadian citizenship.

Adopting parents report that they are consistently advised by Canada Immigration officials to use the new direct citizenship route. Anyone considering which route to follow should read our previous Spotlight – Citizenship for Adopted Children: Canada’s New Law for 2008. In addition, adopting parents should obviously think about whether they wish their children to have Class B Canadian citizenship, and what effect that might have on their grandchildren.

Q7. Does the new law contravene the Charter of Rights?
A I don’t know. The government has not invoked the “Notwithstanding Clause” under the Constitution of Canada, so the Charter does apply to this legislation. In the 1998 McKenna case, the Canadian Human Rights Code was used to say that it was discriminatory to adopted children not to be able to obtain citizenship overseas. It was this case that 10 years later finally led to the new citizenship law of 2007 permitting just that. On the other hand, adopting parents were not successful in invoking the Charter of Rights to overturn the inherent discrimination in the EI legislation in the 1997 Schafer case. It does seem likely that eventually someone will challenge this notion of Class B citizenship for adopted children under the Charter of Rights. A Charter challenge could also come based on discrimination against persons born abroad to Canadian citizen parents.

Q8. Are the new rules retroactive?
A Section 3 (4) of the Citizenship Act states:

“Subsection (3) does not apply to a person who, on the coming into force of that subsection, is a citizen.”

What does this clause mean? It means that if you are a citizen on the day the new law comes into force, then you will not lose your citizenship. Unfortunately, the Immigration Department is interpreting this to mean that a person will not lose their Canadian citizenship, but the new provisions will change the quality of your citizenship.

So, for the adoption world, the law will be retroactive and will have the following two results:

(a) Children who have been adopted and obtained their Canadian citizenship overseas since December 23, 2007 will have their Canadian citizenship downgraded from Class A to Class B on April 17, 2009. This will come as an unhappy surprise to Canadian adopting parents, who have pursued the direct citizenship route as a result of non-stop directions from Canada Immigration officials to adopting parents to take the new route; and

(b) Adopting parents who were born outside of Canada. Any adopting parents in this category will have their citizenship changed from Class A to Class B on April 17, 2009. As a result, when they adopt overseas, their children are not entitled to direct Canadian citizenship. Their only route will be to sponsor the child as a landed immigrant, obtain a permanent resident visa, and subsequently apply for Canadian citizenship.

A CIC official has verbally confirmed that these provisions are retroactive. We have requested that the government confirm to us, in writing, that the law is not retroactive. We will update this section when we receive the government’s written answer.

Q9. Does this new law only apply to adopted children?
A No, in addition to adopted children, the new rules apply to children born outside of Canada, unless their parent(s) fit within a specific definition. In addition, Bill C-37 (the new law) also deals with many other citizenship issues unrelated to adoption.

Q10. If I am adopting parent who was born abroad to Canadian parents, can I adopt overseas?
A You can adopt, but if you are single you will not be able to use the direct citizenship route. Your child will have to be admitted to Canada with a PR Visa. The reason for this is that the new law applies to children of Canadians born to Canadians overseas, as well as to those adopted overseas. However, if you are married to a Class A Canadian citizen, then you will be able to use the direct citizenship route.

Q11. Is there any “patch” that the government could use to repair this law?
A The application of the new law should be suspended until the adoption community has a real chance to have input, and perhaps a better solution is found. One suggestion being proposed would provide an exception to the new law if the adopted child lived in Canada for a certain unspecified period of time. In other words, the child would start with Class B Canadian citizenship, and if the child eventually qualified by living in Canada for a certain period of time, they would graduate to Class A Canadian citizenship. Whether this would be a satisfactory solution for Canadian adopting parents remains to be seen.
Note: These concerns are not limited to children adopted abroad, but also apply to children born abroad. The implications of this law are likely to be seen more immediately for born-abroad Class B citizens than adopted-abroad Class B citizens.

Q12. Why was the adoption community in Canada not consulted before this law was brought into force?
A The adoption community in Canada was unaware of these new rules until articles appeared in the press in mid-January, 2009. How did this happen? – Bill C-37 received royal assent on April 17, 2008. It comes into force on the first anniversary of that date, April 17, 2009. For over a year preceding the passing of the new law, the government consulted with various interest groups who could be affected by changes to the Citizenship Act. It does not appear to have been made clear, however, that a Class B citizenship would be created for children adopted overseas. On December 13, 2008, the regulations under this new Act were published in the Canada Gazette, and provided for a 30-day comment period. Unfortunately, this comment period extended over the Christmas and New Year’s vacation and expired in early January. Buried in the comment attached to the Canada Gazette was the statement , “The aforementioned limitation will also apply to foreign-born persons adopted by a Canadian parent”. It was only when these proposed regulations were published that one person noticed this and has been raising an alarm for the past few weeks.
Surely, if the Government of Canada was going to do something as dramatic as create Class B citizenship rules for adopted children in this country, it is incumbent on them to really bring this to the attention of adopting parents, the Adoptive Families Association, the Provincial Adoption Bureaus, Adoption Agencies across Canada, and the Adoption Council of Canada. It is incredibly dismissive of the adoption community to have been treated in this manner by the government.

Q13. What can I do to stop this new law?
A Perhaps nothing. The new law (Bill C-37) has been passed, given Royal assent, and the regulations under it are in force. Some parents are currently considering filing a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission. And, of course, someone with deep pockets could take a Charter of Rights challenge to try to have the law declared unconstitutional. On the other hand, perhaps adopting parents in Canada can speak out with one voice and object to what has happened. Adopting parents in Canada represent a potent political force. To date, this has been largely untapped. It is time that the Canadian adoption community make its influence felt. There is no reason why we cannot have an Adoption Caucus of MPs and Senators who listen to what’s important to the adoption community in Canada. The natural focus of these efforts could be the Adoption Council of Canada, which can harness some of the tremendous energy and opinions of adopting parents in this country. Hopefully, this issue of Class B Canadian citizenship for some internationally adopted children will provide a focus for adopting parents to work together.

In the meantime, parents who wish to comment on what has happened should contact their Member of Parliament and the Adoption Council of Canada.

Family Helper Article : http://www.familyhelper.net/news/090129citizenship.html

Douglas Chalke has been actively involved in adoption for the past twenty-three years. A practising lawyer, he has lectured and written on issues in adoption and for many years was actively involved in proposals for adoption reform. Mr. Chalke has developed standards of practice in adoption and is widely known as a leader in the adoption field. Mr. Chalke has provided advice and counselling to birth mothers, birth fathers, adopting parents, social workers, and to lawyers in several hundred adoptions.

Since 1983, Mr. Chalke has operated and managed a law firm in Vancouver. This firm has been involved in all aspects of family issues and specializes in the fields of adoption and the resolution of disputes by mediation.

Mr. Chalke is 62 years of age and has been the Executive Director of Sunrise Family Services Society (a British Columbia government licensed adoption agency) since its inception twelve years ago. Mr. Chalke has considerable experience with international adoption and has visited orphanages and government ministries across the world. Mr. Chalke is an administrator with many years experience assisting children to find homes in Canada, and in assessing, educating and approving the families who are going to provide those homes

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The 11 Universal Laws of Success Explained

The hit movie “The Secret” brought the power of one of the Law of Attraction to millions of people worldwide. The Law of Attraction was brought into the spotlight and millions of people thought that this was the answer they had been looking for. While the Law Of Attraction is a very powerful law, it is only part of the complete puzzle of success. There are 11 other Universal laws and in order to achieve success you need to integrate all of these laws into your life. These 11 Universal Laws are so seldom spoken about or taught that they are referred to as the 11 Forgotten Laws.

The first of The 11 Forgotten Universal Laws is The Law of Thinking. This law relates to the power of your thoughts. Every single invention, from the humble chair to the cellphone, started as a thought in the mind of the inventor. The same applies to your life. Before you can live your dream life, you need to be able to “see” exactly what that dream life would be like in your mind before it can become a reality.

The Law of Supply states that there is an unlimited supply of anything you desire in the Universe. Rather than buying into the notion of scarcity that is so perpetuated by the media, you need to realize that we live in a Universe of abundance and there is plenty of everything to go around. Truly becoming aware of this abundance is vital to being able to attract wealth and prosperity into your life.

The Law of Attraction states that whatever you pay attention to is what you attract. Pay attention to things that make you miserable and you’ll attract more things to make you miserable. But if you focus your attention on the things that make you happy and put a smile on your face, then you’ll attract more of that into your life.

The Law of Receiving states that you will only receive what you are ready to receive. So, for example, you can want $10,000 a month, but if you don’t believe that it’s possible or that you deserve it, then you’ll never get it.

The Law of Increase deals with increasing and improving every aspect of your life. Now matter how good your life is, there’s always room for improvement and growth.

The Law of Compensation states that “You reap what you sow” Are you planting seeds of success or failure? In life, what you put in is what you get out. Whatever you do and the actions you send out into the Universe will come back to you, for better or worse.

The Law of Non-Resistance is one of the most overlooked of all the 11 forgotten laws. But it is and also one of the most powerful of the 11 forgotten laws. The Law of Non-Resistance states that whatever you resist, persists. This simply means that the things that you dislike grow stronger in your life. The more energy you put into hating and resisting them, the stronger and more powerful they get. Ignorance of this law explains why so many people fail to use The Law Of Attraction successfully. Now matter how tough it may be at first, you must learn to ignore the things that you don’t like and to redirect your attention to those things that make you happy.

The Law of Forgiveness states that in order to move forward in your life you need to release painful events from the past. It’s amazing to realize how ignorance of this law could be blocking the flow of prosperity into your life.

The Law of Sacrifice states that in order to gain something you must be prepared to pay the price. Look at this as an investment in a better future rather than a current sacrifice.

The Law of Obedience states that the 11 Forgotten Universal Laws will work with you if you obey them. If you live an undisciplined life and fail to consistently practice these 11 Universal Laws then don’t be surprised if you fail.

The Law of Success is a combination of all of the previous 11 Universal laws. The Law Of Success states that you can succeed, regardless of your background, or how bad things have been in the past. Success is your birthright.

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The 48 Laws of Power Through Spirituality

There are those of us that would like to succeed in life, but that do not want to do so at the expense of our morals and values. While others seek power through intimidation, fear, scape-goating and guilt, we choose to pursue success through the strength of our efforts, the quality of our work, the compassion for our staff, teammates, and management, and the support of our families. It is for you that the following has been written. Here are your laws, which are morally, ethically and spiritually-based. These are “The 48 Laws of Power Through Spirituality.”

Law 1: Always be honest with yourself and others
In being honest with yourself, you know when you are doing your best and the areas you need to immediately improve. In being honest with others, and knowing when to best share that honesty, you develop a reputation in your company and industry as someone that deals in reality, and as someone that generates real results.

Law 2: Assume responsibility for every aspect of your life
If you take responsibility for it, you have the power to change it. You cannot change that which you do not own.

Law 3: Bring simplicity, patience and compassion to all that you do
These 3 keys are the simplest ways to bring a sense of peace, assertiveness, control and flow to every area of your life every single day.

Law 4: Bullet Proof Your Ego
When reaching for power, you will need tough skin. You will be a target for many who want to hurt your image to improve theirs. Also, when you have a bullet proof ego, you no longer have the need to prove yourself to others. You do what you do because you choose to do it.

Law 5: Let go of your E.G.O.
After you bullet proof it, it’s time to evolve and let it go. Ego is an acronym, meaning, “Edging God Out”. Invest you thoughts into yourself as a soul instead of an ego that requires constant validation through titles, material possessions and money. You’ll never be happy satisfying the ego. You will only find happiness when you recognize who you are as spiritual energy.

Law 6: Connect with Everyone
Spiritual people know that spiritual energy is everywhere, including within each and every one of us. Connect with the spiritual part of everyone and respect them at that level. You are them and they are you.

Law 7: Control what is under your control
Most people spend their time, attention and focus on that which they do not control. Make sure your house is in order before peeking into your neighbor’s yard!

Law 8: Create frames of reference rooted in abundance, opportunity, and positive intension
Everyday, we are surrounded by media, people and circumstances designed to keep us thinking about scarcity, victimization, and revenge. You can pull people into a more receptive frame through influence, however. In doings so, you create building partners that are invested in your success together.

Law 9: All emotions are based in love or fear
All thoughts are manifested in our physical bodies. Thought creates emotion. Thoughts based in fear tear down the body, mutate our cells, and lead us down a path of disease (dis-ease). Thoughts based in love build up the body, make us look and feel younger, and provide us clear vision for more of the same in the future. Which do you choose most of the time?

Law 10: Read “Evolve!: Live Spiritually Everyday, Everywhere, and in Every Way” by James LeGrand (Amazon.com best selling author)
Know the playbook of spiritually based living to achieve prosperity, true happiness and peace

Law 11: Read the “48 Laws of Power” by Robert Greene (best selling author)
Know the playbook of fear, intimidation, deception and guilt that is being used against you.

Law 12: Learn how to use brain
The 3 pounds of sponge like material between your ears is the greatest computer on earth, and it comes without an instruction manual. You have to learn how to program it in order to use it effectively. Learn about visualization, image streaming, mediation, photo reading, memory systems, systems of philosophy, the power of affirmations, and goal setting.

Law 13: Always have F.A.I.T.H.
Faith is an acronym, meaning “Facts Accepted In The Heart”. What are those facts? You are a spiritual being. You are loved unconditionally. There is nothing you can’t do. You are an individual expression of something greater than you can imagine, and thus you are greater than you can imagine yourself.

Law 14: Stop investing energy in F.E.A.R.
Fear is also an acronym, meaning “False Experiences Appearing Real”. It was once said that 95% of the life we live never happens. That 95% of experience happens in our minds only, as we think of every possible negative or unintended consequence we can generate. The remaining 5% is what actually happens in time and space. Rather than wasting your mental energy worrying about the things that may or may not happen, focus instead on what IS happening right now. Stop sacrificing your present worrying about things that 95% of the time won’t even occur.

Law 15: Get the right amounts of food, water, sleep and exercise
Common sense? Then why aren’t you doing it. Too busy? You’ll get more done in your day when you take care of these 4 essential areas of physical health. Don’t know how? Read, talk to people, search the internet and pick up a book or magazine. Plan to start next week? Next week never comes…start right here, right now. Commit. Commit to your own well being and then never look back.

Law 16: Catch people doing things right and reward them
That which gets rewarded gets repeated. Give your energy to the behavior you want to see more of, and starve the behavior you don’t want to see again of that energy.

Law 17: Become an incredible communicator
Your ability to communicate clearly, elegantly, and sincerely differentiates you from the masses. A genius level idea is nothing without the ability to properly express it.

Law 18: Create Win-Win-Win-Win Opportunities
For the best long term success, negotiate to win. However, negotiate to win for those you report to, those you negotiate with, their customers and yourself. You’ll find dedicated business partners when they know that you are out for everyone’s best interest and not just your own.

Law 19: Deal with all people at their level of perceiving the world
Auditory, visuals, feelers and intuitives. Expressives, dominants, internals and thinkers. Optomists, pessimists, dreamers and doers. Figure out how people perceive the world and then present data to them in their dominate style to speak their language and have the greatest influence.

Law 20: Determine the principles you wish to live your life by
When you know how you want to live, and do not veer from it, you live congruently through all aspects of your life. At home, at work, with friends or when confronted, you present the same individual…the person you chose to be through the selection of your principles for living.

Law 21: Determine your criteria for success before every new venture
By knowing what you define success to be, you will have a good idea of when you are complete. A big part of wisdom is knowing when to stop.

Law 22: Ensure reality IS the perception
If perception is reality, you must ensure that the truth of any situation is also the perception about it.

Law 23: Speak in public every chance you get
In doing so, you will be doing something most people are afraid to do, and will have a greater chance of presenting the truth, thus shaping perceptions about the work you and your team produces.

Law 24: Document Everything
They say that it’s not what’s true that matters, but what you can prove. If you are properly documenting, then you can prove the truth and not allow deception to reign supreme.

Law 25: Don’t let anyone steal your happiness
Happiness is a decision, regardless of what’s going on in your life at any given time. True happiness cannot be affected by external factors. You will then bring a sense of joy to everything that you do and experience. And when you enjoy what you do, you do everything better.

Law 26: Don’t stop until you succeed
There will be times when you’ll feel that you’ve taken a path that leads you away from your dream. You may feel that your dream is impossible or that you’ve failed. Remember that everything happens to bring you closer to what you want. Even the situations that seem to destroy all you’ve worked so hard for are bringing you closer to your dreams.

Law 27: Dream big
By the time many people graduate high school, they’ve already decided not to pursue their dreams. However, dreams motivate us towards our personal greatness. Dream big, dream often, and dream with the certainty that anything you dream is possible.

Law 28: Find something you love about everything that you do
Whether it be what you do, where you do it, whom you do it for, why you do it, or how you do it, when you love some aspect of what must be done, you do it more completely, with a sense of pride, and with better quality.

Law 29: Focus on questions rather than answers
When people think they know, they stop verifying, asking questions from other perspectives and thinking creatively. Answers stifle thinking and creativity. Don’t be one of these. Instead, keep your mind on questions, and know that there are always multiple ways to solve every query or challenge. Maintain the “beginner’s mind”. Never think to yourself that you are an expert that should stop asking and learning.

Law 30: Increase and express your personal authority
Link your personality authority to who you really are as a spiritual being. In doing so, you can express great personal authority. In a fear based society that loves to be led, you will have followers that want to be lead towards happiness and peace. Because you lead without the use of fear, you will be loved.

Law 31: In-spect what you ex-pect
Follow up on the tasks you’ve assigned ot others to ensure they are progressing in the direction you’ve outlined and in the timeframe you’ve determine to ensure the success of those that work for and with you. The worse time to learn that a task won’t be done is when it’s due.

Law 32: Learn from the past, but live in the present
Learn the lesson from past experiences, and then leave the experience in the past. The lesson you carry forward should always be based in unconditional love, positive intention, creation, and the greatest benefit. Then apply that lesson to the experience you are having here and now.

Law 33: Let others do the work and give them all of the credit
Your most valuable resources are the people that work with and for you. Assign tasks to your subordinates, ensure their success, and praise them publicly. They will spread good words about you and will want to work twice as hard for you next time, while you are viewed as the leader that brought them to success.

Law 34: Listen to understand
Understand the perspective of those communicating with you. Rather than listening with the intent to judge, listen with the intent to understand.

Law 35: Meditate
By meditating, you will grow in insight, manage stress, increase health, and be better able to predict the moves of others.

Law 36: Model successful people
Don’t make the mistake of taking advice from people that have not successfully done what you’ve set out to do. Learn from hose that have actually accomplished what you seek to accomplish, and then model their behavior.

Law 37: Never get mad at the same thing twice
No one can make you mad. People do what they do and we choose to be mad about them. When you get mad at a certain person or situation, ask yourself what it is about you that made this situation one that you got mad about. Then, never be mad at that situation, or any similar situations, again.

Law 38: Outline your unique selling proposition
What is the unique value you provide to your employer, customers, and business partners? Why should they want to be in business with you? What strengths can they count on you to provide each and every day? Your personal authority and intrinsic value will increase when you can honestly answer this question.

Law 39: Rather than complain, present potential solutions
When you complain, you are either asking someone else to solve the problem or you aren’t truly seeking a solution at all. By suggestion potential solutions, you are exercising your influence in the matter and are showing ownership and vested interest in the issue’s ultimate outcome.

Law 40: See all people as an extension of yourself
As human beings, is the janitor different than the CEO? Is the Senator different than the Barber? Respect people just because they exist. We all have the same types of families, dreams, fears, and daily challenges. In doing so, you will be able to speak with people of power with ease and comfort as their air of mystery and perceived authority disappear before your very eyes.

Law 41: Solve problems completely
We live in a world of shortcuts. We would rather cover up symptoms short term than to solve the problem completely for long term gain. In the short term, we seem fast, light and flexible. In the long term and in reality, we spend far too much time revisiting the same issues over and over again, thus wasting time, money and forward progress.

Law 42: Think multi-dimensionally
The more perspectives you understand, the more value you can add. Also, you can see the gaps in plans, how others may choose to attack you and how to block them BEFORE they strike.

Law 43: Under promise and over deliver
Managing expectations is critical. You are often judged based on the timeframes you provide for your own work or for the work of your team. Remember that delivering a project in 5 days that you said would take 6 is much better than delivering the same project in 5 days that you said would take 4. In the first scenario, you are a hero that delivers early and bests estimates. In the second, you are late and may not be trusted with the next critical deliverable. However, in either case, it took the same 5 days. The difference is the expectation that you set.

Law 44: View all things holistically
Never limit yourself to one point of view. Get to understand all of the possible views, and the benefits and detriments of each.

Law 45: What gets rewarded gets repeated
The actions you put your attention on are guaranteed to be repeated as attention, whether positive or negative is a reward. So, go out of your way to reward behavior you want to see more of and pay far less attention to the behavior you want to get rid of.

Law 46: Work for your subordinates rather than believing they work for you
Clear away their obstacles, provide clear guidance, keep them motivated, and be available to teach at all times. Their success is your success by default. Make them successful.

Law 47: Get advice from your spiritual source
The Bible, Quaran, the Torah, Bhagavad Gita, the Tao Te Ching, Buddhist texts…regardless of where you root your beliefs and personal philosophies, when you need advice, we often over look our foundational documents for the answers. Gandhi once said, “There is not question that the [Bhagavad] Gita cannot answer”. I believe that to be the case for all of these spiritual texts and many more. If you want to have some fun, read them all and you may find just how similar the advice is!

Law 48: Love the Unknown
We tend to take our past and project it onto our future. We do this so that the future has some familiarity about it when we think of it. However, when we do that, we tend to also project our fears, missteps, and failures onto the future as well. We end up living a cycle where the same themes, personalities and relationship types come back again and again. Look at your future as a clean white sheet of paper instead. It’s unknown, not yet written, and waiting for your instructions. You never have to repeat something you already experienced in the past again if you don’t want to do so. Love the unknown. See the emptiness of the future, and then write it yourself through your thoughts and actions today.

James LeGrand is an Author, Life Strategist, and the publisher of http://www.SpiritualIndividual.com, a free weekly newsletter that presents solutions to life’s issues through the lens of self-help, wisdom, philosophy and spirituality. He is the author of an Amazon.com best seller in Religion and Spirituality titled Evolve!, and an Expert Author with EzineArticles.com & SelfGrowth.com. James LeGrand is also a Radio Personality, and a Sifu in Shaolin Kungfu, which has been known for centuries as a pathway to spiritual enlightenment.

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Laws of the Universe – Fact Or Fiction

There is so much information on “The Laws of the Universe” these days. What is all the hype about? Is it true that we create the world around us as we know it? Is it True that our “Belief System” determines our decision making thus creating our circumstances be they good or bad? Where does our “Belief System” come from anyway? What are these so called “Laws” and why should we pay attention to them? If there are such “Laws” how do we put them in effect to work for us instead of against us?

In order to understand what the Hype is about let’s start with some definitions of what our “Belief System” is and what the “Laws of the Universe” is.

Belief System – beliefs are formed through our lives through our parents, grandparents, teachers, friends anyone who had an influence on us as we were growing up. This is what you believe to be true, the way in which you think things are.

The Laws of the Universe are the laws that govern what we have in life.

Laws of the Universe – there are Six main Laws that you should be aware of and focus on, for these laws determines what we have in life whether good or bad. These laws are working for you are against you. It doesn’t matter if you believe them to be true or not, they are working in your life.

1) The Law of Attraction
2) The Law of Vibration
3) The Law of Cause and Effect (Karma)
4) The Law of Gratitude
5) The Law of Love
6) The Law of Allowance

Let’s look at these individually and see just what they are.

First, we must realize that these laws cannot be seen in isolation. Each law is affected or is influenced by another Law. They are all interrelated as one closed system. So, to get the most out of these Laws you must have them all working for you.

The Law of Attraction this Law is the most talked about so let’s explore a little deeper into the meaning of this Law. Simply stated The Law of Attraction is all about cause and effect. It states that whatever you focus your attention on sufficiently you will manifest it in your life. Everything and Everyone that is in your life you have attracted to you. Even though you have done this unconsciously it is still a fact. You can change the direction of your life by starting to focus on the things you want instead of the things you don’t want.

The Law of Vibration states that everything existent in the universe vibrates. Let’s look at this closer, first let me explain vibration, vibration is the movement of something between two points, two polarities, two extremes. The rate at which something moves between the two points is called the “Frequency”

Everything in the universe is Energy moving according to a particular Frequency. Understand that everything is a vibration or frequency, but with our human five senses (hear, taste, touch, smell and sight) we can only perceive a very small range of frequencies. Considering there are an infinite number of possible frequencies, as humans we are very limited in our perception with our five senses, as we can only pick up a very small proportion of all possible frequencies.

For this reason we can’t see “thoughts and we cannot ‘see’ how our thoughts and emotions affect the universe and what comes to us. Truth is that everything in the universe vibrates. The way Law of Attraction works is through a process called “vibrational magnetism”.

It is impossible to understand the Law of Attraction unless you understand the Law of Vibration. It is through the Vibrational Magnetism that like attracts like and thus through which the Law of Attraction works.

The Law of Cause and Effect (Karma) states that for everything you do there is a result. This Law is easier to understand if you think about the Law of Vibration, what you send out immediately affects the whole universe. The vibration you send out attracts a like vibration. And something be it a person, a thought, a hunch, or another energy pattern vibrating at a similar frequency will come to you. If you want to make drastic changes in your life learn and understand these laws and change your vibrating frequencies (thoughts) and focus on the positive for positive thoughts and emotions will bring back positive changes in your life. Remember, that every circumstance that you encounter has a gift within. Find the gift (positive in the situation) and focus on that.

The Law of Gratitude we must feel a true gratitude for what we have in our life in the right here and now before we can ever expect to have more. When you feel grateful for what you have, you are happy. In feeling happy and grateful, you exert one of the most positive emotions possible. In this way, you send out a high frequency of positive energy vibration. Your body will be sending out these high frequencies all the time which creates the most ideal circumstances for the Law of Attraction to be applied in attracting more high frequency energy into your life.

If you don’t know where to start in applying the Law of Attraction in your life The Law of Gratitude is a great place to start. You have the choice in feeling happy and grateful for who you are and what you have in your life. The problem is people generally have a hard time feeling grateful for their current situation and circumstances.

So how do you turn your thoughts and emotions around to set the stage for the Law of Attraction to work in your life?

By being happy now and grateful for what you have.

The Law of Love

The Law of Love is not what you may think, it’s not the love you feel for the opposite sex, when you’re infatuated with someone. Let’s think back about the Law of Vibration, everything in the Universe is a Vibration, therefore everything in the Universe has two extreme points, there is a point in between, the middle that is always neutral, a balance of frequencies, a balance of all. That balance is what Love really is, that is what the universe is. The Universe is Love, You are Love.

You are a unique point of perception in the universe. You give the universe a unique experience and so does everyone else. We all make up the universe, being we are all one with the universe. Remember we are all energy. We are each experiencing life as if we are separate from the universe bringing in our own unique perception to the whole. In the End everything is just balance. Everything is just Love. Everything starts and ends at Love. You, everyone and everything is Love. The separations manifested in the form of ‘frequencies’ and ‘vibrations’, are only an illusion put up to allow for the experience of separation, to allow for learning, growing and evolving.

The closer you move toward this balance, the more you live according to the Law of Love, the greater your conscious attraction will be. There is a false belief that 95% of humanity holds to be true and that is the Belief in Scarcity. But let me ask you one question and really think about this. How can there be Scarcity in an infinite universe, this infinite pool of unlimited frequency and wavelength variances? There cannot be, for scarcity equals limitation. That is why the only way to have lack or scarcity in your life is to focus on it. Remember, like attracts like. What you focus on is what life gives you. So, choose the alternative. Realize you are the creator of your own life; focus on abundance, for that Universal Love is abundance. (The Law of Abundance)

The Law of Allowance applied after you have applied all other Universal Laws will amplify you application of the Law of Attraction. The Law of Allowance must be applied to complete the cycle.
This Law has two equally important aspects to it.

First you must love yourself enough, to allow yourself to deserve the good things you want in your life. When you do this you open yourself up for the good vibrations to be allowed to come into your life.

Second once this happens, once you allow these good vibrations and things to come into your life, then be grateful for it. Always thank the person that gave you something nice, don’t be shy. In this way you are thanking the universe. If there is no person involved is this good happening in your life then thank the Universe.

When asking the universe for your desire don’t try to control how it will come to pass. Your only duty is to recognize the opportunities, people, experiences, gut feelings, inspirations; thoughts are whatever form the universe brings it to you. Do not try and make up a way for the universe to bring it to you and then sit and wait for it to happen. It will not happen that way. You will never stop waiting. Trust the Universe, trust that it knows the absolute best way, recognize the things you should act upon and don’t forget to ACT.

The only real valuable thing is intuition. Albert Einstein

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Massage in Bucharest

Massage in Bucharest

Recognize it! You’re busy! And so must be! That’s what life is like! But you want more than that, you want to do more for yourself and massage can help. Because massage makes more than a simple relaxation of the mind and body. It keeps your body in shape and gives you enough energy to make you enjoy a longer life better than you do it today.

Massage releases stress. At the moment, stress is a universal evil. Every time you are late, every time you avoid a car in traffic, every time you have trouble working, stress is doing his job. Each time adrenaline increases heart rate and cortisone levels and organs respond to the measure. You will be in a state of nerves and constant agitation.
When there is no release of stress, serious problems such as an upset stomach, hypertension, sleep disturbances, chest pain, or existing illness may worsen.

Some of the changes that may occur are: Anxiety, lack of concentration, depression, permanent fatigue, muscle or bone pain, sexual dysfunction, excessive sleep or insomnia

All these stress-related problems can be diminished and some can be totally eliminated by massage. The researchers concluded that a massage session can lower heart rate and blood pressure, relax your muscles and increase endorphin production. The massage also releases serotonin and dopamine and the result is a general relaxation, both physical and mental.
Our body care must be at the top of the priorities.
By adding the massage to your routine you will look much better and you will be much healthier and relaxed. Massage can improve your vitality and mood. Massage can prepare for a long and beautiful life.

Our masseuses personalize each massage session according to the needs of the individual.
Our massage parlors offer a variety of relaxation styles and techniques to help you. Apart from relaxing, massage can be a powerful ally in reducing pain, increasing energy levels, improving mental and physical performance

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After a massage session, you will see how the mental prospects are enriched, the body allows easier handling, better pressure resistance, relaxation and mental alertness, calm and creative thinking.
When you have the impression or force yourself to stay straight, your body is not actually aligned properly. Not only does the posture look bad, but it forces some of the muscles to go muddy all day, while others become weaker. After a long time, the incorrect position may cause other drops. For example, internal organs press on what affects digestion, breathing ability is also diminished, which means that much less blood and oxygen reaches the brain and hence all sorts of other complications.

Massage allows you to return your body to the track. Allowing the body to make healthy and accurate movements is one of the greatest benefits of massage. Massage can relax and restore muscles injured by bad posture, allowing the body to position itself in a natural, painless position.
Apart from posture, there is also anxiety. One of the signs of anxiety and stress can also be heavy breathing. When the body begins to breathe too little and deeply instead of breathing at a natural rithm, it is impossible for one to relax. One reason may also be that the chest muscles and the abdomen get tightened and the air gets harder.

Massage plays an important role in learning the body how to relax and how to improve breathing. Respiratory problems such as allergies, sinuses, asthma or bronchitis are a group of conditions that can benefit from massage. In fact, massage can have a positive impact on respiratory function.

Many of the muscles in the front and back of the upper part of the body are breathing accessory. When these muscles are tight and shorten they can block normal breathing and interrupt effective breathing natural rithm. Massage techniques for stretching and relaxing these muscles improves breathing function and breathability. Massage leads to an opening of the chest as well as structural alignment and nerve dilatation that are required for optimal pulmonary function. A good way to treat respiratory problems with massage is the taping made in Swedish massage. When done on the back, along with vibrations, it can detach the mucus from the lungs and can clean the airways for better later function.

Massage not only relaxes muscles, but helps people become aware of daily stress levels. Once the body recognizes what really means relaxation, the mind can rest easily relax before the stress becomes cornice and harmful. This will help you enjoy a balanced life. Massage controls breathing, allows the mind to re-create relaxation before the occurrence of chronic and harmful stress and increases the level of energy.