{seventh spiritual law} love

Friday, April 6, 2012

Huzzah!

We've made it to the end of the week, the long weekend and our seventh, and final, spiritual law!

So on Saturday's we practice the Law of Dharma.

Dharma is HUGE. It is huge in it's importance and huge in it's scope.

Very basically, it states that every being has a unique fit in our world's order. And when we match our unique abilities and talents to the world's needs, our purpose, or dharma, is realized.

The three major components of the Law of Dharma are:

1) Our ultimate purpose is to discover our higher Self, connect to our Spirit.

2) We must cultivate an awareness and expression of our unique abilities. Take the time to make a list of the things that you absolutely love to do, things that bring joy to yourself and those around you when you are doing them...this is connecting to our dharma.

3) Serve others.

Along with awareness of the above components, we can practice the Law of Dharma by:

1) Losing track of time. When we are fully engaged and in love with our actions time seems to fly by; seek this.

2) Ask yourself "If I had all the money and time in the world, what would I do?". More often than not you will be surprised that you in fact don't need all the money and time in the world to actually do what it is that your heart deeply desires.

3) Shift the intention behind each action to one of helping and serving.

One last time...read over the Law of Dharma and it's practices first thing Saturday morning, practice all day, re-read the law at bed time and sit with the awareness that you have just completed and entire week of working to better yourself and our world.

And then, should you so desire, start right back into it again on Sunday!

Thanks again, SO MUCH, for practicing with me this week.

Have a safe and happy hoppy (ba dum dum chhh) Easter weekend!

Oh, and here's my end of the week phone/instagram purge...follow me @kaelklass if the suspense of waiting an entire week is just too much for this photographic magic!


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