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Sunday, December 16, 2007


Good Sunday Morning!

Another year of our lives is concluding, and a new one is beginning. As we gather with family and friends and enjoy the celebrations of the Christmas season, it is also a time for reflection. A time to perform an intense analysis of where, and who we are thus far. I do this every year to help determine how I've grown spiritually, what I have accomplished, how I've met the goals that I set and where I may have fallen short. Severe and gentle adjustments in various areas are always necessary to begin the new year. Whatever changes I make, I am now renewed and ready to be purposeful in the new year. This leads to the very appropriate Seventh Law from Deepak Chopra's book, "The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success."

The Law Of Dharma

The Law of Dharma says that we have taken manifestation in physical form to fulfill a purpose. The field of pure potentiality is divinity in its essence, and the divine takes human form to fulfill a purpose.

There are three components to the Law of Dharma:

The first component says that each of us is here to discover our true Self, to find out on our own that our true Self is spiritual, that essentially we are spiritual beings that have taken manifestation in physical form. We're not human beings that have occasional spiritual experiences -- it's the other way around: we're spiritual beings that have occasional human experiences.

Each of us is here to discover our higher self or our spiritual self. That's the first fulfillment of the Law of Dharma. We must find out for ourselves that inside us is a god or goddess in embryo that wants to be born so that we can express our divinity.

The second component of the Law of Dharma is to express our unique talents. The Law of Dharma says that every human being has a unique talent. This means that there's one thing you can do, and one way of doing it, that is better than anyone else on this entire planet. When you're doing that one thing, you lose track of time. When you're expressing that one unique talent that you possess -- or more than one unique talent in many cases -- the expression of that talent takes you into timeless awareness.

The third component of the Law of Dharma is service to humanity -- to serve your fellow human beings and to ask yourself the questions, "How can I help? How can I help all those that I come into contact with?" When you combine the ability to express your unique talent with service to humanity, then you make full use of the Law of Dharma.

Applying The Law Of "Dharma" Or Purpose In Life

  1. Today I will lovingly nurture the god or goddess in embryo that lies deep within my soul. I will pay attention to the spirit within me that animates both my body and my mind. I will awaken myself to this deep stillness within my heart. I will carry the consciousness of timeless, eternal Being in the midst of time-bound experience.

  2. I will make a list of my unique talents. Then I will list all the things that I love to do while expressing my unique talents. When I express my unique talents and use them in the service of humanity, I lose track of time and create abundance in my life as well as in the lives of others.

  3. I will ask myself daily, "How can I serve?" and "How can I help?" The answers to these question will allow me to help and serve my fellow human beings with love.

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