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On my radio show (Rise Up with B. Dave Walters) we recently talked about the 7 Universal Laws, and how to apply them to your life.
Since I literally wrote the book on the 7 Universal Laws, here we’ll talk about how to practically apply them to a goal you’ve got, or something you want to manifest.
All 7 of the Laws are at work all the time, and work interchangeably. To really be a manifestation master, you have to have them all working in your favor. So even though this is written as orderly steps, you want to do your best to apply them all at the same time.
Step 1: the Law of Mentalism.
This Law dictates that all of creation exists in the mind of God, and by extension our lives exist in our minds.
Perception is reality; things are how you think they are.
For our purposes here, you want to get crystal clear on what exactly your goal is, or more precisely: what it’s *not *. What that means, if you aren’t sure about what you want, then sit down and make a list of what you DON’T want, that should come pretty easily!
Once you have the do not want list, you can take it’s opposite as the start of your DO want list. Keep polishing it until you have your goal or desire honed to such a degree that even thinking about it makes you smile.
Step 2: the Law of Vibration.
I’ve written extensively about the Law of Attraction, which is in reality an aspect of the Law of Vibration.
For this step, you want to figure out how being, doing, or having your goal manifest is going to make you *feel *. And once you have that feeling, do whatever it takes to get yourself into that emotional state as often as possible. This may mean doing things or going places that give you that feeling, or even taking a few minutes a day to vividly imagine what it will be like once your goal manifests.
The more time you spend in that emotional state, or ‘vibration’, the sooner your goal will arrive.
Step 3: the Law of Correspondence.
This Law dictates that there are hidden relationships between things. For our purposes, look at other people who have accomplished what you want, and study them. See if you can find out what their habits are; if you learn most multi-millionaires are early risers (and they are), then maybe you shouldn’t be sleeping till noon. If you find out most marathoners run 6 days a week, you might need to get up and go more than once a month. Start adapting the things in your life you can control to mirror the lives of people who are getting the type of results you want to get. In short, do what they do to increase your chances of having what they have.
Step 4: the Law of Polarity.
This Law dictates there are at least two sides to everything: an up and a down; a black and a white. This also means that your journey from where you are to who / what / where you want to be will have ups and downs. You’ll have good days and bad, advances and setbacks. You also can learn and start preparing yourself for the ups and downs that will come with your goal. That dream car will need maintenance; find out what it will take. Those millions will have taxes due, or at least need a tax shelter; start educating yourself now so you’ll be a good steward over your blessings.
Step 5: the Law of Rhythm
This Law dictates that everything changes, nothing stays the same. Night follows day and then back to day again. Even Bill Gates has bad days! What this means is just like the last Law said you’d have wins and losses, this Law dictates you’ll have *lots * of wins and losses on your way to the top, and even after you get there. Your goal is to position yourself to have BIG wins and *small * losses!
Step 6: the Law of Gender
This Law dictates there are ‘male’ and ‘female’ aspects to every situation. This is a point of big confusion amongst many coaches and ‘gurus’; whether you should take action or stand still. The answer is: both. In some moments you’ll have to go forward and act; in others you’ll have to be still and allow. Basically do all you can at any given moment, and when there is nothing left to do sit still and wait for your next opportunity to act.
Step 7: the Law of Cause and Effect.
Also known as the Law of GOYA: get off your @$$!
As we said above, do what you can, and never give up. Never give up, never, ever, ever, give up!
Remember: what you want wants you!
If you are clear on what you want, do what you can, and stay positive you’ll be there in no time.
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B. Dave Walters
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