What you believe and who you believe greatly influences who you are, who you think you are, how you behave, how you live and the quality of your life and wellbeing. The more you are bound by Man’s Law, the more you live in fear with constraints, always reliant on others for answers and approval. The more you are bound by Natural Law, the more you live with courage as a liberated being, prioritizing being in alignment with yourself and knowing that the best answers for you are within you.
Let’s apply this to a few practical examples…
Diet and what to eat
If you feed yourself based on any isolated nutrient approach, regimented food program or supplements, you are influenced by man’s law. This will always have people arguing about the right way because none of it is “the Truth”. If you feed yourself based on what your body would be capable of obtaining and eating naturally, were you alone with no tools out in nature, you are influenced by natural law.
Health and medicine
If you follow the notion that disease is created by external factors and requires external solutions to prevent or treat it, you are influenced by man’s law. If you understand that all disease starts from within the energetic framework of your mind and body, and that the body has a natural healing ability, you are influenced by natural law.
Spirituality and God
If you are seeking truth from any specific people or organizations who you think have the answers and/or abide by any unique rules or rituals, you are influenced by man’s law. If you seek truth from within and from nature, by quieting the mind, enhancing your awareness and observing, you are influenced by natural law.
Making decisions about life, work, relationships, parenting, etc.
If you are making choices based on what others are doing or expecting, you are influenced by man’s law and will always be plagued by confusion, contradiction, doubt and dissatisfaction. If you are making choices based on what is in alignment with your heart and soul, you are influenced by natural law, and get to enjoy the benefits of living with clarity, confidence, contentment and inner peace.
Reflect on how these apply to other areas and topics of interest to you.