Whatever you think and talk about most of the time eventually comes into your life.
Thus, ‘The Laws are Neutral.’
The world is a huge complicated place, but this we can all agree on, that the laws are neutral. Born not knowing how to speak, how to walk, what to believe in, that fire burns, and cold water gives you a shiver; we learn this along our growth. We learn that we have to be obedient to get good things and that punishment always comes after wrong actions.
We learn the concept of self. Without consciously knowing it, we define ourselves, our boundaries, how we relate with others, how we perceive ourselves and our environment. We learn to judge others based on those things we think are important to us, they may not necessarily be important to them, but that does not stop us.
Self-concept involves how well we speak in public, our ability to learn new things, how creative or organized we are, how well we get along with others, how attractive we are, how well we manage our time, how hardworking we are, or our ability to adapt to different situations.
‘The whole secret of a successful life is to find out what it is one’s destiny to do and then do it.’ – Henry Ford
Self-concept can be viewed in three parts, the self-ideal, self-image and self-esteem. The self-ideal is made up of wishes and dreams of the image one would like to have. Incorporate the ideals you have of thy self into your daily behavior, in this way, your outer world begins to mirror your inner world.
Self-image is how you see yourself. Do you see yourself as confident, a go-getter, weak, or shy. These views shape your self-image.
Self-esteem is the feeling or emotional component of your personality. This has control over your performance as it determines the vitality and energy of your personality. It is the distance between your self-image and your self-ideal.
The Laws of neutral apply. ‘Garbage In, Garbage Out’. The Laws of the Universe have demonstrated this time and again.
Dig deeper into your ‘self’, feed your ‘self’ with positive nourishment and be a witness of growth in every aspect of life you exert effort in.