Friday, June 17, 2016

Tools: Universal Law

At this point in time, every person on the planet has been exposed to Universal Law. That does not mean that everyone is applying it to get their life. That milestone has to occur for world peace to come.

There are twelve--actually more than that--Universal Laws, but the main one I am referring to now is "Do unto others as you would have them do to you."

Our Power Packet, which is part of the Getting Out of the Abyss class materials, includes a little card, called "Your Power." On one half of the card, arrows point up and on the other half, arrows point down. The card has two interpretations of the Universal Law of Cause and Effect. By living your life according to "Do unto others as you would have them do to you," your power goes up, but if you rely on "Do unto others as they have done to you," your power goes down.

One choice enables you to get anything you want in life, the other choice is to get revenge on others, but the problem is that your judgment is not accurate, and you face the backlashes.

There is always a backlash to the power games, which can seem like a sense of punishment. You can avoid the backlashes by using the Universal Law of Cause and Effect as  tool. To get peace, you must give peace. To get the life you want, you must enable others to get the life they want.

This is where the United States is now related to the Exit Strategy for Iraq, and the Constitutional Amendment proposal, but this applies to every person on the planet. The preemptive strike on Iraq went against Universal Law, and it was a power game that came from a grab for power. It caused the United States to lose power. By denying the Iraqi people their rights to live their lives without interference, we lost our rights. To get them back, now we must guarantee them to every person on the planet, and this allows us to regain our power.