The bottom line for us as individuals is that the law of mental action (thoughts held in the head produce according to their nature) certainly works 100% at the mind level. Everything we think about emotions will affect our mental state. The hypothesis proposed by this author is that all laws are results of evolution; That underlying all other laws is the only tendency that can grow by its own virtue, the tendency of all things to adopt habits. Now that the same tendency is the only fundamental law of mind, it follows that physical evolution works towards goals in the same way that mental action works towards goals, and therefore it would be perfectly correct in one aspect of the question to say that the ultimate cause alone is primary. On the other hand, the law of habit is a simple formal law, an effective law of causality; So both views are equally true, although the first is completely intelligent. The only primary and fundamental law of mental action is a tendency to generalize. The feeling tends to spread; The connections between feelings evoke feelings; neighboring feelings are assimilated; Ideas tend to reproduce. These are all formulations of the unique law of mind growth. When a sensory disturbance occurs, we have an awareness of gain, of gain; And a new disorder will be suitable to resemble the previous one. Feelings while being aroused are more easily aroused, especially in the way they were aroused before. The awareness of such a habit represents a general conception.
But under this universal law of the mind, there are other laws, it may be just as ubiquitous, but not so abstract. Above all, there is the great law of association (including fusion), a principle surprisingly analogous to gravity because it is an attraction between ideas. In addition, there are other general phenomena of the mind that cannot be explained by association. The list of ancient laws has stood the test of time, as the two emperors, Kumar and many others around the world still work with it today. “All laws are about mastering your life with love and joy,” Kaiser says. First of all, we find that when we look at ideas in a nominalist, individualistic, sensualistic way, the simplest facts of the mind become completely meaningless. That one idea resembles another, or influences another, or that one state of mind is so thought out in another, is pure nonsense from this point of view. Here, spiritual writer Shannon Kaiser and social worker Vasavi Kumar, LMSW, MSEd, share their views on why these laws are important and how we can all put them into practice.
The mind has its universal mode of action, namely by final causality. The microscopist seeks to see if the movements of a small creature show a purpose. If so, there is a reason. The transition from small to large, natural selection is the theory of how forms become adaptive, that is, governed by a quasi-purpose. He suggests a machine that is efficient to achieve the goal – perhaps inadequate machines – but that must contribute to the result. But the being governed by a goal or other ultimate cause is the essence of psychic phenomenon in general. [—] Fifthly, the degree of operation of this association seems to be governed only by special rules; Or at least, based on our current knowledge, we can`t say how far it goes. But it can be said that, judging by appearances, the extent of arbitrariness in the phenomena of the human mind is neither insignificant nor very important.
So, in order to analyze the law of the mind, we must begin by asking ourselves what the passage of time is. The only thing the subconscious mind can do is agree with you. He was designed by nature to be your servant. If you say, “I`m a terrible jumper,” your subconscious mind will produce exactly what you tell it. She can`t say “no” to you. In some metaphysical circles, it is believed and taught that all thoughts we have with feeling in our minds eventually become “off-image” in the manifest realm. The law of habit has a stark contrast to all physical laws in the character of its commandments. A law of physics is absolute. What is needed is a specific relationship. Thus, a physical force introduces into a movement a component movement, which must be combined with the rest by the parallelogram of forces; However, the movement of the components must actually take place exactly as required by law. On the other hand, no exact agreement is required by mental law. No, exact compliance would be in flagrant contradiction with the law; for this would immediately crystallize the thought and prevent any formation of habit.
The law of the mind only makes it more likely that a certain feeling will arise. It therefore resembles the “non-conservative” forces of physics, such as viscosity and others, which are due to statistical uniformities in random encounters of billions of molecules. Our thoughts can suppress our immune system. Therefore, it is important to observe the thoughts we have in our head and change them if they do not reflect what we want to experience. Images are the property of the subconscious. The subconscious mind is a level of consciousness that you usually don`t have easy access to when you`re awake, but it makes up 88% of your consciousness! Your new mantras are: “What circulates, comes back” and “I receive everything I ask”. If you can truly believe these natural laws of mind and apply them to your life, you will see how quickly your life will change.