The following words are paraphrased and are a common thread in the esoteric teaching from the Vedic tradition of ancient India, Egypt and Greece. Nirvana, mentioned here, is the Hindu and Buddhist place of perfect peace.

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When you want something so badly that it becomes a major distraction and hope in your life, and then you don't get it, it is easy to become despairing, woeful and angry, dismissing the greater forces that brought this denial into your life. It is important to remember that your thoughts and desires resonate and echo in a flourishing and fertile universe of possibilities. Often not getting what you want can be the best thing that ever happpened to you. Remember, the universal forces, of which you are a part, always work in your favour, whatever the outcome. Be patient, bide your time, and know that there is something even better round the corner.

There are simple Natural Laws by which everything in the Universe is governed. They are Immutable despite out interference and disruption. The Universe exists in perfect harmony by virtue of these Laws. Understanding, applying and aligning ourselves with them can and will transform human existence. There is no other solution.

The Law of Cause and Effect - Every one of our thoughts, words or actions sets a specific effect in motion which will come to materialize over time. To become the master of our destiny, we must master our mind, for everything in our reality is a mental creation. Know that there is nothing like chance or luck. They are simply terms used by humanity in ignorance of this Law.

Very few people are fully aware of how much of an impact the Law of Attraction has on their day to day life. Whether we are doing it knowingly or unknowingly, every second of our existence, we are acting as human magnets sending out our thoughts and emotions and attracting back more of what we have put out. Buddha said, "what you have become is what you have thought". Living this truth can transform human existence.

The past and the future are only present moments that have gone or are to come. Within the fleeting moment of NOW, lies infinity. On the attainment of nirvana this infinite present is realized. In life, death is merely one of these moments, and beyond this fleeting moment, is life of a new kind, ecstatic, familiar and natural to our liberated soul.

Nirvana The ultimate attainment and a new beginning - a transcendent state in which there is neither suffering, desire, nor sense of self, and we are released from the effects of karma and the cycle of death and rebirth. A complete assimilation with nature, spiritual freedom, the embodiment of love and a sublime state of liberation.

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