Order – First Law of the Universe

Have you pondered the fact that ‘Order’ is the first law of the Universe? Everything in the Universe is in perfect order. If you want anything better in your life-environment, things, the first step is to put your thinking in right order wherever you are. Your thoughts create your reality. Thinking is embodied in the Law of Divine Oneness.

The Law of Divine Oneness holds the understanding that we live in a world where everything is connected to everything else. Everything you do, say, think and believe affects everything else and the universe around you.

Your thoughts, words, feelings and actions are energy. What you think, say, feel and do in each moment comes back to you to create your reality. Energy moves in a circular motion. What goes around comes around. The combined, thoughts, words, feelings and actions of everyone on the planet creates a collective consciousness, it creates the world you see.

When you are working for success, look at your life. If order is the first law of the Universe, and it is, then it is mandatory to bring everything in your physical life into order. Is your home organized, your car, your office, your purse/wallet? One’s personal space is a reflection of one’s mind.

Your space needs to be as organized as the Universe so that everything flows as the Universe does in its orderly fashion. When you are organized you will notice that you attract more of the results you want. A side benefit of having everything organized is that you will find what you need without spending more than a minute and eliminate creating frustration. How many times do you search for something and feel frustrated that its whereabouts is elusive? If you need to search for things that you use frequently, more than once a week, then, you are wasting valuable time that could be used for more important endeavors.

Take a moment right now and evaluate your environment. Do you need to create more organization-home, office, car, purse/wallet? If you need to be more organized, then, make a commitment, so that you can create what you desire more effectively and easily.

Source by Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD

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