1. The law of humility
The law of humility puts forth the idea that if you cannot acknowledge something, you cannot change it.
2. The law of creation
This law is about creating your own life and reality. It states that life does not simply happen to us, but requires our participation.
If you focus your energy on creating the life and the world you want to live in, it will be so.
3. The law of growth
The law of growth tells us that the potential for true progress and change comes from within us, not external sources.
If we want to change, we must not look to the people and things and circumstances in our lives, but into our own hearts and minds.
4. The law of responsibility
The law of responsibility states that if we feel a disturbance in our lives, like something is wrong or broken, we cannot lay the blame on anyone but ourselves.
Your own life is your own responsibility, never that of others, plain and simple.
5. The law of connection
This law refers to the idea that everything in the universe is connected. There is no such thing as disconnection. Every action, every person, every thing in the universe is connected to all the other things in some way.
Even time, our past, present and future are all connected and cannot truly be separated from each other.
6. The law of giving
The law of giving states that whatever you give in life is what you will get back. Lock your door and you’ll find every door you ever try to open is locked as well.
Enclose your assets in the palm of your hand and you will never find an open hand outstretched to you.
7. The law of focus
The law of focus states that we are only truly able to think of one thing at once. You cannot occupy your mind with more because you cannot divide your focus in this way.
Truthfully we can only think of one and a half things at once, because our attention cannot be doubled, only divided out in parts once you move past a single thought.
8. The law of presence
The law of presence is perhaps the most poignant of all, calling for full mental, emotional and physical presence in the current moment.
We cannot dwell on the past and progress onward, and we cannot dwell on the future because it cannot possibly be known. Our healthiest, happiest home is simply in the present moment.