Universal Law Series Law Of Correspondence

Universal Law Series Law Of Correspondence



If your life is​ not the​ way you want it,​ don't blame the​ people around you or​ your circumstances. Look inside and know that you and you alone have created your reality!

This is​ the​ last of​ seven articles in​ the​ series covering the​ core seven Universal Laws. the​ focus of​ this article is​ the​ seventh Law – the​ Law of​ Correspondence.

Law of​ Correspondence

The Law of​ Correspondence tells us that our outer world is​ nothing more than a​ reflection of​ our inner world – as​ within,​ so without.

This is​ an​ extraordinary principle and really says that our current reality is​ a​ mirror of​ what is​ going on​ inside us. if​ our outer reality is​ unhappy,​ chaotic or​ unfulfilling it​ is​ a​ direct result of​ what is​ happening inside us. if​ we​ have low self-esteem,​ feel badly about ourselves or​ constantly feel anger,​ hatred or​ loathing,​ then our outer world will be a​ place of​ turmoil.

The truly sad thing is​ that it​ becomes a​ self-perpetuating situation – we​ feel badly about ourselves and our outer world is​ unhappy. the​ worse the​ outer world becomes,​ the​ worse we​ then feel about ourselves,​ which has a​ direct impact on​ our reality. to​ escape from this treadmill,​ it​ is​ critical to​ shift our paradigm.

Nothing in​ our outer lives can change without first making changes on​ the​ inside. in​ fact,​ the​ basis for all self-help is​ ‘change from the​ inside out!’ it​ does not matter one iota what we​ change on​ the​ outside,​ if​ we​ haven’t done the​ work to​ change on​ the​ inside. Our reality will continue to​ evolve so that it​ is​ a​ reflection of​ our inner beliefs and world.

In all cases,​ our outer world reflects our inner world in​ every way,​ shape and form. if​ we​ desire change in​ our outer world,​ we​ must first change our inner world – our thoughts,​ beliefs and attitudes. Stated another way,​ our current situation is​ a​ direct result of​ the​ way we​ think. if​ we​ want to​ shift our paradigm,​ then we​ must change the​ way we​ think!

We have total and complete control over only one thing in​ life – our thinking. it​ is​ not until we​ change our thought patterns to​ focus on​ what it​ is​ we​ truly desire,​ that we​ can effect meaningful and lasting change. This is​ difficult for most people to​ accept,​ as​ blaming others for the​ things that are wrong in​ our lives has become common practice. Let’s face it​ – it​ is​ much easier on​ our egos to​ blame someone else for what is​ wrong in​ our lives,​ than it​ is​ to​ accept the​ responsibility!

The truly wonderful thing is​ that by taking control of​ our minds and thinking,​ we​ take control over all other aspects of​ our life. This is​ the​ key to​ personal happiness,​ freedom and peace of​ mind! By focusing exclusively on​ what it​ is​ that we​ truly desire,​ and by eliminating all thoughts of​ what we​ don’t want,​ we​ can begin to​ shape,​ mold and build our lives to​ our own specifications!

What You Can Do

There are three things that you can start doing immediately that will help you to​ begin to​ build the​ life you desire:

1. Take a​ hard and objective look at​ your current reality - career,​ relationships,​ health and financial situation. Ask yourself the​ question “How are my inner thoughts and attitudes being reflected in​ my outer world?”

2. Take full responsibility for whatever is​ happening in​ your life,​ be it​ good or​ bad. Begin today by making the​ choice to​ change your thinking.

3. Begin to​ visualize the​ world that you truly desire and focus your thoughts on​ this. Ask yourself the​ question “In order to​ achieve this ‘outer world’,​ what changes will I need to​ make internally?” Whatever the​ required changes,​ take action today to​ start making them!

Understanding the​ Law of​ Correspondence is​ the​ first step towards taking control of​ your life. if​ you want positive change,​ look inside first and remember:

Change the​ quality of​ your thoughts and you will change the​ quality of​ your life!




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