Working With The Law

by Franco on April 28, 2011

Since the beginning of time, people have asked for a better understanding of God, and have desired the knowledge of the best way to get the most out of life. They have heard God spoken of as being afar off, when He is as close to us as the breath we breathe, closer than our hands and feet. They have heard Him spoken of as: Love, Divine Mind, Divine Intelligence, Jehovah, God, Lord, First Cause, Primal Substance, and other names. Being of an analytical mind, I too, have wanted to know the facts of a Truth. If it is a Truth, there are facts to be had, and they can prove themselves, not alone in Spirit but in a very practical way.

I shall call God working in our lives “LAW.” Interpreting the Law in several ways should bring it more clearly into our way of thinking. Then as we strive to work with the Law we are living closer to God, and such living brings a better understanding.

As you grow in knowledge and are able to form better opinions, do not hesitate to change your views. Remember, “The wise man changes his mind; the fool never.” There can be no progress without change, no growth without renewal.

There must be a constant stream of new thought, better thought, and truer thought to insure progression in life. As soon as you perceive the better, let go of the old, grasp the new. To continue to hold on to the old and inferior when the new and superior is at hand is to retard growth, and to this one cause may be traced many of the ills of man.

Proceed to use your thinking faculty and take care that it does not use you. Master your mind and guide it intelligently; that is, exercise discrimination in all your thinking. Learn to think as you ought to think, give your mental life to the matters that are absolutely essential to your welfare, and the balance of your thought to themes of beauty, truth and progress. In other words, live with the ideal, but do not neglect the practical.

Aim to adjust the two, and to strive to be on the outside what you idealize on the inside. Your thoughts make you; and your ideals, principles, or ruling desires will determine your destiny.

Learn to use your powers unless you wish to be used by them. Make a daily effort to use the knowledge you have gained. Try to improve upon all your opinions. Endeavor to obtain a truer and larger conception of each of your personal views.

This process entails effort, but all such mental discipline is highly constructive. It leads to a steady increase of mind-power, and it is the mind that matters most among life’s actualities. You may occasionally blunder. We are all inclined to do this, more so in the earlier stages of our mental development. However, we learn by our mistakes.

Then by the constant use of our intelligence we cause our faculties to grow so strong and alert that in time, we are able to avoid further errors.

Man’s problems are mental in nature; they have no existence outside of themselves, and it has been discovered that nearly all will yield up their solutions when subjected to a broad and exact analysis.
You can acquire this ability by studying the Law of life and its modes of expression. Then by constant effort use your thinking faculty in constructive ways as you work with these Laws. Have good and sound reasons for all the views you hold.

As you try to find these, many of your old-time views will fall to pieces. Form clear and definite ideas regarding your convictions as to why you do as you do, and as to why you think as you think. Such practice is like conducting a mental house cleaning.

The practice of clear thinking tends to clarify the mind, tones up the faculties, sharpens the perceptions, and gives one a stronger and better grasp of the basic essentials for a larger and richer life.
Clear and exact thinking is a very great necessity. It is, in fact, a sure means to advancement on the material as well as on the spiritual planes.

A line of distinction, however, should be drawn between mere surface thought, that is, ordinary, trivial and commonplace thinking, and real thought, which is associated with the understanding of Truth. The latter is deep thinking which arouses dormant powers, quickens the perceptions, and leads to the enlargement of the understanding. The former is but a passing phase of mental activity, while the latter governs the life of man.

The shallow, surface thought that we give to the ordinary duties and small things of daily life is not the thought that reforms our character, develops our mind or changes our destiny. It is the positive, deep, and penetrating thought that comes from profound and strong conviction born of a higher perception and a clearer realization of the Truth. The surface idea is not the real thought.

The inner convictions which control one’s aims, desires, and motives, constitute the real thought of the individual and wholly determine the course of his life and personal destiny.

Psychologists tell us that every individual is controlled by his convictions, whether he is aware of it or not. Such convictions largely determine the nature of his thinking; the inner thought coming from the heart represents the real motives and desires. These are the causes of action. If his ideas or convictions are wholesome and true to his higher nature all will be well, and he will reflect something of the harmony and beauty and utility of his constructive and superior views in his personal life. If his convictions or ideas are not wholesome and true, he will reflect something that is discordant, inharmonious, and evil.

Always make it a point of moving forward in your mind, ever seeking to unfold your power of thought and to develop hidden possibilities.

Learn to train the mind to clear and exact thinking. Your ability to do so will grow rapidly by regular exercise and discipline. No normal person wants to decrease in power and ability. Therefore, strive to cultivate your intelligence and to express better, bigger, and superior thought on all matters about which you may think. There is so much good in the world that it can out balance the evil; therefore, you can go on thinking more constructive and good thoughts every day, about yourself, your fellowman, life, and all natural things, to the constant enrichment of your mind and the improvement of your whole being.

Raymond Holliwell.
Working With The Law
The 11 Forgotten Laws

This is the Preface to an incredible work that has changed my life and many people who have taken the time to study these “Laws”. These are powerful principles for abundant living that have been proven to work over and over again. Raymond Holliwell was a student and master of the Laws of Living. He was informed by years of study and research in all the great religions and philosophies as well as modern psychology and the new science. He authored many books, the cornerstone of which is his classic offering, “Working With The Law.”

Thanks for reading.
The Deacon

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