A friend of mine asked me yesterday: “What are the spiritual laws to follow? I had to think for a while. nevertheless, eventually, I sat down and wrote this post. Learn more about the four Indian spiritual laws.
What Are Spiritual Laws
I will not be writing about the commandments created in each religion. I will also not be writing about the Universal laws, already described on my blog. Check these articles for more details:
- Meet And Apply the Universal Laws Part One
- Meet And Apply the Universal Laws Part Two
- Meet and Apply the Universal Laws Part Three
- Meet and Apply the Universal Laws Part Four
However, today I will make you familiar with the four Indian spiritual laws and show you how they work in the real world.
1. “The person who comes is the right person.”
It says that nobody comes into our lives by chance, all the people around us, interacting with us, they are there for a reason, to make us learn and advance in each situation. Now, when someone has entered your life and do not know very well why you can see it this way.Trustful Mind
My last article was about soul plans and one of them concerned relationships. It is the best example which shows how this law works. People might come to your life for many reasons:
- to teach you the values of the Light, e.g. kindness, patience, acceptance, forgiveness, care, love.
- to balance karma you created in your past lives. All the wrong done to the other soul has to be redeemed. If you were cruel to someone, this person will treat you in the same way in the next life (or even a couple of lives.).
- because they mirror your inner self. If you are angry inside, you will attract such people into your life and they will come.
- your soul plan. Before ascending to the Earth, your soul agreed with some others to meet on this plane of existence, not only because of personal karma. Sometimes the group of souls learn some lessons together.
- the Universal Laws in practice. If you, for example, needed help and were constantly thinking about it, you will attract helpful people, as the crop of your thoughts and/or probably also words.
2. “What happens is the only thing that could have happened.”
Nothing, absolutely nothing of what happens to us could have been otherwise. Even the smallest detail. What happened was the only thing that could have happened, and it must have been like that for us to learn that lesson and move on. Each and every one of the situations that happen in our lives is perfect, but for now, we are not able to see it.
How many times have you been you treated badly or the opposite, something wonderful has happened in your life, changing it for better? In the short run, it may seem incredible. However, when you analyse the longer perspective, this event was necessary for your further growth.
There are similar reasons for the events happening in your life. as in the case of people, we face these events because of karma, the soul plan, as a test or to learn the values of the Light.
Suppose that acceptance is your value of the light to work in your current life. You were born in a dysfunctional family, where your father abused alcohol and there was domestic violence. You might have been raped, robbed. Furthermore, as a sensitive person, you dread seeing cruelty in today’s world.
If you accept the fact, that for example, evil exists because the beings of the darkness also have to evolve or because the victims of cruelty also have lessons to learn, you have done your homework.
3. “Whenever it starts is the right time.”
It all starts at the right time, either before or after. When we are ready to start something new in our lives, that is when starts. Impatience, intolerance, impulsivity only limit us in the sense that we can not see the perfection of the events. Change this perception and change your feelings.
Mother Earth teaches us how patience is important. Let’s look at her cycles, the solar one for instance. When you sow the seeds in the spring, do not expect crops the next day. You also cannot hatch the chicken just the next day the hen started brooding the eggs.
On the other hand, when the right time comes for something, do not wait as you may lose the opportunity and never have it again. Make the most of every moment in your life.
It is also said that you need to be ready for something in your life to make it happen. You will not start spiritual growth and meet the appropriate people who will help you unless your soul and mind are ready. The same concerns the relationship of being wealthy.
4. “When something ends, it ends.”
Just is. If something ended in our lives, it is for our good, for our evolution, and therefore is best left, go ahead and move forward, enriched with the experience.
Again, according to Mother Earth’s cycles, nothing is constant except change and it means that nothing can last forever. passion, pregnancy, childhood, youth, the full moon, summer or winter. Find more examples here.
Therefore, never bemoan because of a relationship that has ended – there have probably been reasons for that. The same is applied to business or other areas of your personal life.
In a Nutshell
Today you have learnt the for Indian spiritual laws and some examples how they work. Make the most of these laws and live according to them. Good luck.