26 Principles of
ALL Things Are Related: There
is a Native American saying, which translates roughly to "All
are Related". Everything in the universe is part of
The Great Spirit, from a rock, to a plant, to a fish, to
a human. The spirit flows between and within us all, and
is the building block of everything. Since we are all part
of the same whole, we should treat the rest of the whole
as if it is part of us, i.e. with compassion and love.
We are all part of the Great Spirit, just like all the
different leaves on a tree are still part of the tree.
The Energy Flow: The universe is composed
of energy. This energy flows between everything,
us and within us all. When we have internal blocks,
the energy fails to flow correctly, causing illness,
lethargy and other symptoms. This energy can
be directed consciously, we can see it, and feel
it. How we feel affects our energy levels; negativity
drains energy, positivity creates energy.
We Are Beings of Both Spirit and Flesh: We
are spirits, but at the same time, we are creatures
of the flesh. We inhabit both worlds simultaneously,
even though we are often unaware of it. We should
not shun the flesh for spirit or vice versa. Both
are equally important. We have to walk with one foot
in each of these worlds, and pay them both attention.
Neglecting either world causes distress in the other.
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No One Entity is Superior to Another: No one being
or creature is any better or greater than another. We are
all the same. We are all on different paths and have different
levels of understanding, but that does not make any one of
us better than another. Humans are not masters of nature,
nor the animals and plants. They are our companions, and
co-inhabitants of this planet. We are not superior to them,
nor do we own them. We should treat them all with respect.
5. Belief Creates: How we perceive
the universe is shaped by our beliefs. If we believe
we are in a hurry, then everyone else appears to
be going slow. Through belief and positive thought,
we can create virtually anything. We should believe
in our abilities and ourselves, and we will succeed.
We can combine the power of belief with that of visualisation
to bring anything into reality.
6. Intuition: Inside of us, a voice
speaks and guides us. It is our intuition. We can
choose to ignore it or to listen to it. Once we are
in tune with our intuition and start to listen to
it, we will be guided and will find that we can achieve
more than we thought possible. We will begin to realise
that the Great Spirit works through us - often in
mysterious ways, but always to our benefit - in the
7. The Higher Purpose: Everything
that happens is for a reason and for the greater
good. We have to learn to look at events in our lives
from more than just the normal human perspective.
We must see them from the perspective of the Great
Spirit and to look at what good will come from these
events. This is the old maxim of "is the glass
half full or half empty". We can look at events
badly, half empty, and our reaction will be worse.
However, should we look at events better, i.e. half
full, then we are more positive, which means our
energy is higher, and our reaction will be better.
There are No Ordinary Moments: The past only exists
in our memory. The future only exists as our expectation.
The only time that really exists is NOW. It is a precious
moment and we should treat every single moment as special
and live it to the full. By being in the present, we have
presence. To live in the now the conscious mind should be
quiet and you must focus totally on what you are doing, not
what you are going to be doing next week, or what you are
going to have for lunch.
|9. There are No Limits: The only
limits we have are those we place upon ourselves,
or others place upon us. To this end, we should avoid
being put in a pigeonhole and labelled by others.
If someone views a dog as being vicious, then it
is more likely to be vicious. We should hold no expectations
of others, and let them be themselves, just as we
should be ourselves.
Action not Reaction: If we are tickled, our reaction
is to laugh. We should be at a state where we do not react
in a situation, but act. Reaction is unconscious, whereas
Action is conscious. We should not let past influences affect
our actions, e.g. if we were once bitten by a dog, when we
next meet a dog, we should not let the past bite affect how
we act towards it. There are times to act, as well as times
to be still. By living in the present and having control
of the conscious mind, we can better direct our action.
11. Positivity Rules: Negative thoughts
attract negative events and drain our energy. Positive
thoughts attract positive events and increase our
energy. To this end, we should look at our thoughts
and the events which happen to us in a positive light,
realising negative thoughts for what they are and
Posture, Pose & Breathing: Energy flows through the
body, as it flows through all things. If the posture and pose are
bad, the energy can not flow cleanly and causes blockages, which
manifest as pain or illness. We breathe in energy from the world
around us. Therefore, our breaths should be deep and full, coming
from the bottom of the belly, and not the chest. This enables us
to maximise our energy. Deep breathing helps relax us. When we
are stressed, angry or afraid our breathing changes and becomes
shallow and faster. By consciously controlling our breathing and
keeping it deep and even, we can release the stress, anger or fear,
enabling us to act consciously in the situation.
13. Everything in Balance: The universe
exists in a state of balance, as should we. We can
do anything we wish, but should always do it to moderation,
never to excess. Should we do things to excess, then
they can become addictive, which drains energy and
may become negative. Being balanced allows us to
act better in situations. If we are sat on the fence,
so to speak, we can jump off either way should we
14. Intent is Action: You can intend to do anything, and
your intent is important. However, unless the intent is followed
with action, then the intent is nothing. As an example. I may intend
to get fit, but spend all my time sat in front of the TV eating
pizza and drinking cola. I have my intention, but my actions do
not confirm or create the intention. Therefore, if you intend something,
do it, don't just talk about it. Action turns knowledge into wisdom.
Freedom of Choice: We all have free will, and
can choose to do anything we wish. There is no situation
where we do not have choice. It may appear that we do not,
but there are always options, if we have the courage and
strength to take them. We just have to have the courage
of conviction to make the decisions.
16. Change Happens: Change is
continuous and is always happening around us.
We can not actually perceive change, but can
see the end result of it. Change is not a bad
thing nor is it to be feared. Through change
we can grow and go forwards.
Taking Responsibility: Our actions cause a
reaction - it is a law of nature. We have to be aware
of our actions and take responsibility for them and
for the consequences of them. It is no good doing something
and then saying you did not mean to do it. Had you
not meant to do it, you would not have done it. By
taking responsibility for our actions, so we can take
back our power and freedom to choose. We have to accept
that no one will live for us, and that sometimes our
actions will cause others, or ourselves, a measure
of discomfort. Remember though, that discomfort is
one way of helping us grow and to show us where changes
need to be made.
Spiral of Life
18. One Step at a Time: To get
to any goal, break it down into a number of small
steps. If you have many small successes, then
this will lead to a big success. If you aim for
a big success straight off, you may fail. Remember
that a journey towards any destination starts
with a single step, and then a second and a third,
and as many as required until you reach that
destination. Remember to reward and praise yourself
for your successes, however small they are. By
acknowledging them, you increase your power and
will to succeed, strengthening your belief in
Judgement: We have no right to judge another
for their words, thoughts or deeds. They have the freedom
of choice to do as they please and act as they wish,
just as we do. We are in no position to judge anyone,
as we are imperfect ourselves. It is easily done, for
example, you see a big man with tattoo's, a skinhead
and wearing leather, and the automatic assumption is
that he is trouble. He may be a florist for all we
know. This colours our judgement of people and changes
how we act towards them. By having no preconceptions
of other people, we can interact better with them,
and perhaps make a new friend.
20. Integrity: Integrity is
all about how we act when no one is looking.
We must live to our own standards and should
not judge others by them. This is about living
in line with our highest vision despite urges
to the contrary.
21. Air Your Doubts: By airing
your doubts, fears, and worries, by looking at
them and seeing them for what they are, so you
can conquer them and rid yourself of them forever.
By refusing to confront them, so they gain power
over you, and become even more deeply rooted.
After you realise what they are - release them.
22. Failure: It is very rare for us to fail. We only
ever choose to stop trying. That is us exercising our free will.
We can stop trying any time we wish, but those that succeed never
stop until they get to their goal. Success often does not come
easy, and does require work and effort from us. You will find
that most 'overnight successes' have been working hard for that
success for many years. Failure is not something to be feared
or worried about, because we can never fail! Everything we do,
no matter whether we view it as a success or failure is a valuable
lesson for us to learn. By looking at a perceived failure as
a valuable lesson, it no longer feels as bad. The only true failure
is not learning the lessons our mistakes teach us.
23. The Ongoing Journey: Our
journey of exploration through life never, ever
stops. The destination is not the reward or the
goal. The journey to the destination is the goal
24. Don't Mind: If we take an
objective view of our mind, then we can see that
lots of thoughts drift through it, many of which
we are unaware of. A sad, angry or fearful thought
may drift up from the sub-conscious and change
how we feel for no apparent reason. We must take
control of the mind through tools such as meditation,
and become aware of these thoughts and realise
them for what they are. Then, we can let them
go and stay relaxed and centred. By consciously
focussing on our breathing, and keeping it deep
and even, we can help to release these negative
25. Emotions: Emotions come
and go. They flow through us all the time, often
without us even realising. Many of us do not
express our emotions because we feel we have
to "Be manly" or "Be responsible" or "Be
cool". When we feel the negative emotions,
we can feel our bodies tense. If we do not express
these emotions when we feel them, the tension
is stored within our bodies. Having emotions
is not to be feared and should be celebrated.
When you feel an emotion - express it! If you
are happy - smile and laugh, if you are sad cry.
Expressing your emotions releases the tension
they give, and helps you live more fully in the
here and now. Once you have expressed an emotion,
it is gone and will not return with the same
force for that situation. If we refuse to express
them and store the emotions up, then, like damming
a fast river, eventually the water level will
rise too high if we do not provide it with an
Play: As children, we play exuberantly. We have
fun, enjoy ourselves and have lots of energy. Then something
happens, we grow up, and we no longer play believing
that adults have to be adult and they don't play. Playing
is one of our greatest sources of pleasure. It takes
many forms, from sport to games to laughing and joking
with friends. Playing increases our energy and makes
us more positive. It makes those around us more positive
and generally lifts the spirits of all involved. There
are times to be serious, yes, but there are times to
play too, and that is what we must not forget.
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