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SPIRITUAL LAWS - The Law of ONE

Updated on June 4, 2011

SPIRITUAL LAWS - The Law of ONE

The Law of One is about accepting everyone and everything as they are, without judgment. This includes the Self.

On Earth we experience dark and light. This is the duality which comes from the free-will which we experience on Earth. Beyond the fifth dimension there is only Light. Wherever we are, all is perfect. Duality is merely a learning experience to expand our Light.

When we live the Law of One we create bridges by looking for the commonality in each other. Just as you were invited to be here for this learning on Earth, so are animals, insects, trees and plants. All are learning and evolving. You are entitled to your ‘space’ just as an animal is entitled to his territory.

(If your kitchen is overrun with ants, first talk to the Higher Self or the oversoul of the ants, and remind them that this is your territory. You ask them to move to a log in the garden or some safe place outside. If they ignore two warnings, tell them that you will have to return them to the Light if they do not honour your space. If they are outside your home, then you do not have the right to kill them.)

Honour trees and plants by telling them with a thought that you are about to prune them. Act with harmlessness - always.

When you understand the Law of One, you accept your own divinity. You start listening to your intuition and become a co-creator in your own life.

Joanne

UNIVERSAL SPIRITUAL LAWS

http://universalspirituallaws.blogspot.com/

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      JOHN 6 years ago

      USEFUL INFORMATION BUT HAVE NO RECOLLECTION OF HAVING SEEN THE DARK. YET IN ALL THE COMMENTS ON THIS WEB PAGE THERE IS NO MENTION OF SEEING THOUSANDS OF PIN PRICKS OF LIGHT.

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      Zenofsong 7 years ago

      Have you ever tried that thing with the ants in your own life? I have a fruit fly problem. I was wondering what your processes would be for getting them to leave, as it's hard to find them and kill them.

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