The Law of “Dharma” or Purpose in Life
- “Dharma is a Sanskrit word that means “purpose in life”” (p.95)
- Three Components:
- “Each of us is here to discover our true Self, to find out on our own that our true Self is spiritual, that esectially we are spirtual, that essentially we are spiritual beings that have taken manifestation in physical form” (p.97)
- “Express our Unique Talents” (p.98)
- “Service to humanity” (p.98)
- “asking the question, “How can I help?” instead of “Whats In it for me?”” (p.99)
- To make Master use of the Law of Dharma you ahe to make several commitments:
- I am going to seek my higher self, which is beyond my ego, through spiritual practice
- I’m going to discover my unique talents
- I’m going to ask myself how I am best suited to serve humanity.
- “If money was no concern and you had all the time and money in the world, what would you do?”
- How can you apply this law to your life?
- If money wasn’t a concern, what would you do?
- I plan on taking some time today for meditation or just some slient time to help locate the goddess that is deep with in my soul. This is going to be interesting…slowing my mind down that is!
- I have made a list of my unique talents AND things I love to do while expressing my unique talents.
- Written on my mirror is the sentence “How can I serve”. I want to make sure I ask this question to myself daily. It will help keep me on track as well as be a better service to humanity.