November 9

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The Law of Least Effort + the 7 Laws of the Mind – Make Your Life Easier

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Another brilliant set of tools as part of the Master Key Experience is The Law of Least Effort from Depak Chopra + the 7 Laws of the Mind.

Grateful.

Law of Least Effort

ACCEPTANCE

I practice Acceptance today. I accept people, situations, circumstances and events as they occur. I know that this moment is as it should be, because the whole universe is as it should be. I don’t struggle against the whole universe by struggling against this moment. My acceptance is total and complete. I accept things as they are in this moment, not as I wish they were.

RESPONSIBILITY

Having accepted things as they are, I take responsibility for my situation and all those things I see as problems (Note: I see problems as “Challenges” – another great Master Key Experience tool). I know that taking responsibility means not blaming anyone or anything for my situation and this includes myself. I also know that every challenge is an opportunity in disguise and this alertness to opportunities allows me to take this moment and transform it into a greater benefit.

DEFENSELESSNESS

Today my awareness remains established in defenselessness. I relinquish the need to defend my point of view. I feel no need to convince or persuade others to accept my point of view. I remain open to all points of view and not be rigidly attached to any one of them.

Applying the Law of Least Effort means living each day with Acceptance, Responsibility & Defenselessness, making life so much easier.

I read the Law of Least Effort every morning. This coupled with practicing no opinions and the 7 Laws of the Mind makes life so much easier.

7 Laws of the Mind

I am so much more accepting of all people and situations now than when I started the Master Key Experience.

I know the 7 Laws of the Mind have had a massive effect. I read these to myself everyday. It’s not just a matter of reading them though, you gotta practice them. But they work.

  • 1. Forgive everyone for everything, including yourself. This is so powerful. The list goes on:
  • 2. A positive mental attitude
  • 3. Meditation/relaxed state of mind
  • 4. Persistent Practice
  • 5. Knowing the Subconscious works for you 24/7 on your goals
  • 6. The ability to attach any feeling to a thought we want and last but not least
  • 7. The Law of Growth – Whatever we think about grows, whatever we forget about atrophies without exception.

They work, when you use them. Simple as that.

Bringing all the Habits Home

We were taught about the linking and connecting of all the other habits also and I didn’t think much of it at the time, but it comes. And when you get that part, it seems to all come together so naturally.

There is a saying “The Truth Shall Set You Free” – That really is on the money, and I’m so grateful to be connected to it, knowing it’s only going to get better and better.

It has been an ongoing practice to learn and live this Law of Least Effort and a challenge to stick to all the habits from the Master Key Experience into my life over the past year or more. I have a family, a business and other things to do, but I am so grateful that I’ve done the work. I am seeing many little positive changes. And it’s only the beginning. So cool.

I’m addicted to these positive habits, why would I not want to be? I care for my future self and all around me. And who wouldn’t want to make their life easier?

Onwards & Upwards Great People.

Read more articles by Darren Davis

About the author

After surviving 30 years of depression, Darren has a passion for helping others. As a certified Emotional Therapist & Personal Coach, he gets great satisfaction guiding people to resolve subconscious and conscious limitations so they can gain a clearer mind and go on to live a more fulfilling life just like they were born to.

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  • Great blog Darren! The 7 laws of mind are so powerful and only the fact being aware of them starts creating magic. And even more magic when you stay in the process, linking all the habits and attaching emotions. I am too so grateful for the tools provided in the MKE.

  • Darren, your blog was uplifting and was full of great reminders of the importance of applying these gems to our everyday life. Under your 7 Laws of the mind I was impressed with law 1, 5, & 7. Learning to forgive everyone including yourself hit home to me. I find it less difficult to forgive others but I’m pretty hard on my self. Law 5 is very encouraging to realize that my subconscious is working on my goals 24-7. Wow! how great is that. I’m definitely grateful for Law 7 which states that whatever we think about grows & what we don’t think on atrophies. Thanks for sharing these truths and yes they will set you free. What are the positive changes that you’ve seen in your life this past year?

  • Love this post Darren. Such a great reminder that the 7 Laws are not meant for reading but are meant for applying daily to our life.

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