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THE Law of Action is the theory that states we should engage in actions that align with our goals, or else our dreams will not be met.
Sitting back and hoping that something will happen is not enough.
Newton’s cradle is a device that shows how when one ball moves, it sets the others into action
How does the Law of Action work?
As is the case with all of the Universal Laws, there is no factual science to support the claims of the Law of Action. Still, the concept is both intriguing and motivational.
Many people daydream about the things they want to accomplish but do not go through with a proper plan of action that will help them succeed.
Whether it be due to laziness or fear of failure, this often prevents individuals from actually turning their fantasies into a reality: We want to be promoted, but we constantly show up to work late.
We want to lose weight, but we refuse to exercise. We want to go on a date with someone, but we are nervous to ask them.
While the Law of Attraction states that we must visualize our goals and focus on positive thoughts, the Law of Action serves as a sort of second step. The universe will only truly understand what we want if our physical actions are in harmony with our thoughts.
How can we practice the Law of Action?
Because this Universal Law is all about taking real, actionable steps, you can begin by making a to-do list every morning. Laying out the tasks that you believe will get you closer to your goal helps you actually move forward. Once you get the ball rolling, it is relatively easy to keep it going.
Start with small actions, and later move on to bigger ones.
You should also be on the look out for any signs the universe is sending you. Once you visualize the things you want (the Law of Attraction), opportunities may begin to present themselves. Be extra vigilant, listen to the signs, and take action.
Lastly, be confident that you are taking the necessary steps to reach your goal. If you trust that these actions will take you to the top, you will be more determined to continue forward.
What are the other Universal Laws?
Besides the Law of Action and the Law of Attraction, there are also Laws of: vibration, abundance, oneness, compensation, relativity, and others.
12 Universal Laws
The 12 Universal Laws are a form of meditation for freedom originating from ancient Hawaiian culture
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