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    How Understanding Natural Laws Increases Your Revenues

    rontowns25 Adventurer
      wanted to start a discussion about how entrepreneurs, small business owners,
      and business professionals can consider and use natural laws and quantum
      physics to improve their productivity, grow their business, and live an
      extraordinary life. There's a few ideas and concepts people should consider and
      take into action to make anything you want come true.

      The Law of Attraction

      research shows that when you think positively towards a certain idea or object,
      every time you think of it in the future, positive neural chemicals are
      released in your brain, influencing you to take a positive stance on whatever
      it is your are thinking about. The same happens with negative thoughts. Learn
      to control your mind and you will be able to accomplish anything, as well as be
      able to adapt to adverse situations. When you think positively, you will
      attract positivity, which leads to success. Negativity breed stagnation, fear,
      doubt, and more negativity (its a vicious loop effect).

      Cause and Effect

      see the world of tangible phenomena; we don't see the vastly greater world that
      gives rise to it. That vastly greater world is the world of cause. Newton used the principle
      of cause and effect as it operates in the physical, mechanical world as the
      basis of his laws of thermodynamics: every action has an equal and opposite
      reaction. What the science of Newton's
      day did not yet grasp was that matter, energy and consciousness are not
      distinct and separate domains, but are all simply different frequencies along
      the same continuum. What they did not fully grasp, but science has now shown
      us, is that the principle of cause and effect applies not simply to the
      mechanics of matter, but to the mechanics of everything, including our
      thoughts. You must be practiced at creating the thoughts that will serve your
      business. The effect will come shortly after.

      3. Law of Gestation

      Ambitious businesspeople tend to be impatient. However, ambitious people must
      understand that patience really is a virtue. The Law of Gestation complements
      the law of attraction. It says that for every seed, there is a set gestation or
      incubation period, a specific span of time that particular seed needs to
      establish itself before it can unfold from the blueprint into fully realized
      physical form. Each of your goals is a seed itself. If you take the right steps
      and have the right mind frame, the tree with sprout.

      If you learn and enact these laws into your daily habits, you will become a more dynamic and efficient leader. For more helpful information....
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          • Re: How Understanding Natural Laws Increases Your Revenues
            RickFelten Adventurer
            rontown25: Not sure where you found your 'natural laws.' Read Thomas Aquinas for an understanding of Natural Laws. Here are some natural law thoughts from Hobbes.


            According to Hobbes, there are nineteen Natural Laws. The first two are expounded in chapter XIV of Leviathan("of the first and second natural laws; and of contracts"); the others in chapter XV ("of other laws of nature").

            • The first Law of nature is that every man ought to endeavour peace, as far as he has hope of obtaining it; and when he cannot obtain it, that he may seek and use all helps and advantages of war.
            • The second Law of nature is that a man be willing, when others are so too, as far forth, as for peace, and defence of himself he shall think it necessary, to lay down this right to all things; and be contented with so much liberty against other men, as he would allow other men against himself.
            • The third Law is that men perform their covenants made. In this law of nature consist the fountain and original of justice... when a covenant is made, then to break it is unjust and the definition of injustice is no other than the not performance of covenant. And whatsoever is not unjust is just.
            • The fourth Law is that a man which receiveth benefit from another of mere grace, endeavour that he which giveth it, have no reasonable cause to repent him of his good will. Breach of this law is called ingratitude.
            • The fifth Law is complaisance: that every man strive to accommodate himself to the rest. The observers of this law may be called sociable; the contrary, stubborn, insociable, froward, intractable.
            • The sixth Law is that upon caution of the future time, a man ought to pardon the offences past of them that repenting, desire it.
            • The seventh Law is that in revenges, men look not at the greatness of the evil past, but the greatness of the good to follow.
            • The eighth Law is that no man by deed, word, countenance, or gesture, declare hatred or contempt of another. The breach of which law is commonly called contumely.
            • The ninth Law is that every man acknowledge another for his equal by nature. The breach of this precept is pride.
            • The tenth law is that at the entrance into the conditions of peace, no man require to reserve to himself any right, which he is not content should be reserved to every one of the rest. The breach of this precept is arrogance, and observers of the precept are called modest.
            • The eleventh law is that if a man be trusted to judge between man and man, that he deal equally between them.
            • The twelfth law is that such things as cannot be divided, be enjoyed in common, if it can be; and if the quantity of the thing permit, without stint; otherwise proportionably to the number of them that have right.
            • The thirteenth law is that those things which cannot be enjoyed in common, nor divided, ought to be adjudged to the first possessor; and in some cases to the first born, as acquired by lot.
            • The fourteenth law is that all men that mediate peace be allowed safe conduct.
            • The fifteenth law is that they that are at controversy submit their right to the judgment of an arbitrator.
            • The sixteenth law is that no man is a fit arbitrator in his own cause.