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Dating From the Inside Out
by Susan S. Davis

The Universal Law of Cause and Effect

The universal laws of man developed out of observation as in science, or community need. Those tenets that protect social growth, frequently adjust to the expansive development and requirements of the human kingdom. At times, such alterations in the direction of thought, can create immense confusion, and at other times, in contrast, a more gradual understanding occurs.

The history of change, in particular, where modern society is concerned, as to the nature of humankind, and the influences that cause alteration of thought, is present within everyone. Just where the effects manifest, depends upon outlook, and the resultant response.

 

The law of cause and effect dictates that within a community, those people will exist, who respond to the need for change and react constructively. Sometimes, the inability and rejection of change or alterations will be the attitude of the rest of the group. The dual and contradictory reactions projected throughout history, are the source of the greatest struggles of humankind, and a natural response to the lack of understanding of a universal law.

The same principle universal law of cause and effect, is also known in many cultures as Karma, or, "what goes around comes around," or The Golden Rule, "do unto others if you want others do unto you,” or, "What you send out comes back to you tenfold." "As you give, so shall you receive." Basically, everyone understands the law of cause and effect, having witnessed it in all the activities surrounding us. In science, it is presented as "for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction."

Whether or not you agree with the principle, the reality is that people who don’t give, at least on some level, generally don’t receive. This is true for all aspects of life, from personal relationships, to career.

Comprehending and responding to the law of cause and effect intelligently, can be challenging. But when undertaken successfully, it can foster growth of individuality, as well as the human kingdom. There is a capacity for collective awareness, which can produce societies capable of responding intelligently to variations of energy affecting consciousness.

It is believed by some, that to experience and react to this alteration of energy, is the reason why each of us are here, and that no part of life is by chance. This is the fundamental nature of the universal law of cause and effect.

In particular, with personal relationships, and as to the law of magnetism, when understood and applied, it allows attraction where energy enters the body, and repulsion when the flow is closed off. Each human being constantly reflects one of the conditions.

While generally totally unaware of this activity, which is always displayed in our state of consciousness, to each person, it is as important as breathing, and every bit as vital for life.

Many people exist completely unaware of why things either “go right” or “go wrong.” They seem unable to grasp that what they do, or do not do, has a direct effect on their lives. Most do not recognize that for every cause there is an effect, or, for every effect there is a cause, let alone that it is a universal law. Scientists recognize it in physics, but society is unaware that the same is true in life, and that the law of cause and effect is no less prevalent and profound than any law of science.

For humankind, the greatest and most direct form of spiritual energy, comes from the spirit, and it is here that the abilities of attraction and repulsion of energy manifest. The process consists of energy entering from the spirit, and then circulating through, to eventually radiate out to others.

By our own efforts, we become attractive to the energy of the spirit. Energy always flows from where there is more to where there is less, like wind, from high pressure to low pressure areas.

When someone routinely eats too much, they either become sick, overweight, eventually develop adverse health conditions, or both. Drinking too much alcohol, causes intoxication, which can lead to a hangover, getting arrested, or an auto accident. Too much alcohol on a regular basis, can develop a destructive dependency. That applies to drugs, as well, both recreational, and medicinal.

If society’s laws are broken, jail or prison is a possibility, which not only hurts individuals, but family, career opportunities and perhaps entire futures. In these instances, the law of cause and effect directly impacts life, and the life of everyone on earth. The ways that this happens are limitless.

The same holds true in relationships. Using spiritual energy by the intelligent approach to the Universal Law of Magnetism, actions of attraction are always enhanced through consciousness and radiated energy.

So how does the law of cause and effect and magnetism apply to dating and courtship? Dating, and the courtship that may happen, are the precursors to relationships of all levels. The effect, successful or failed marriage, is what results from either right or wrong forms of dating and courtship.

This is why, it is so important to be aware of the universal laws. In essence, they are quite powerful, and they can drastically affect interpersonal relationships on all levels. Understanding cause and effect, for instance, can affect Karma, and if utilized positively, can direct the kind of course you want your social relationships to take. Embracing positivity, for any reason, is usually never wasted. Focusing on positive energy, and conducting oneself in a positive way toward the opposite sex, can most certainly mirror the same treatment back, which can result in the kinds of interpersonal relationships you desire, on all levels.


Susan S. Davis is a published book author and writer, currently doing research for a romantic screenplay she is writing. Her Dating From The Inside Out column is published every Tuesday.


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