Part Fifteen - Page 1

  1. The laws under which we live are designed solely for our advantage. These laws are immutable and we must follow their operation.
  2. All the great eternal forces act in solemn silence, but it is in our power to place ourselves in harmony with them and thus express a life of comparative peace and happiness.
  3. Easiness, harmonies, and bonuses, indicate that we are giving out what we no longer need, and accepting what we require.
  4. Growth is attained through an exchange of the old for the new, of the good for the better; it is a conditional or reciprocal action, for each of us is a complete thought entity and this completeness makes it possible for us to receive only as we give.
  5. We can obtain what we want if we graciously give what we have. We are able to consciously control our conditions as we come to sense the purpose of what we attract, and are able to extract from each experience only what we require for our further growth. Our ability to do this determines the degree of harmony or happiness we attain.
  6. The ability to appropriate what we require for our growth, continually increases as we reach higher planes and broader visions, and the greater our abilities to know what we require, the more certain we shall be to discern its presence, to attract it and to absorb it. Nothing may reach us except what is necessary for our growth.
  7. All conditions and experiences that come to us do so for our benefit. Easiness and bonuses are common once we have absorbed the wisdom and gathered the essentials of further growth from past circumstances.
  8. That we reap what we sow is mathematically exact. We gain permanent strength exactly to the extent of the effort required to achieve our goals.

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