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 March 30th, 2017  
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Dec
29

3 Infinite Loops That Will Stop Your Law Of Attraction Results

Infinite loops or loops that you can easily get caught up in that will not only slow down your results when working with the law of attraction, but will probably bring your results to a complete halt. Learning about these different loops and overcoming them will allow you to quickly and easily attract and manifest what you want.

Though there are literally hundreds of these infinite loops, I will list just a few to be very careful here to give you a start toward overcoming these. These are the most common loops that people get caught up in. Here they are:

1. Seeing what is creates more of what is. Most people get so focused on what is that they forget about the possibility of tomorrow. Many people fall into this loop and never realize it. They get caught up in their current situation and forget about what they want.

For example, you open your mail and see yet another bill that needs to be paid that you don’t have the money for. You get upset about that bill and attract to you more of the same, more bills and financial problems. You focus on those problems and get depressed because you have more financial problems and attract to you, guess what, more financial problems.

See the loop in that way of thinking and being? You must find a way to see what is from a different stand point. This is the only way to break the loop and begin to create a new reality. Realize that what is right now is not what will always be, and stay focused on that.

2. You feel weak and vulnerable. Many times people will feel weak, vulnerable, and attacked when they are wrong about something. The irony of this whole thing is that feeling that way causes people to attack us, especially people who attack people who feel weak and vulnerable. This causes us to feel weak and vulnerable.

Again, we fall into a loop. This can also happen if we set goals and fall short of those goals. We will set a goal, fail, begin to feel weak and vulnerable because of it, and attract more failure that causes us to feel weak and vulnerable. It again becomes a loop that must be broken.

If instead we learn to approach failure and being wrong as a learning experience and an opportunity to grow and do it correctly the next time, we can begin to break the loop. It’s when we allow ourselves to get caught up in the failure as a part of who and what we are that the loop gains power and momentum.

3. Things are the way they are, and they are what we have always known them to be. Each and every one of us has learned that things are a specific way as we have grown up over the years. The problem with this way of thinking is that it never allows us to see new perspectives or realities and new things.

Here is the loop with this. We look at something and see it a certain way, we filter it through our way of thinking and our perspective. Since that is what we see, that is what we attract more of, and since we attract more of that, we solidify our belief about it and again attract more of it.

If you believe that the only way to make money is by having a job, then you attract the reality to you that the only way to make money is to have a job and you go get a job. You then believe even more that a job is the only way to make money and attract more of that reality to you and make it firm and solid in your reality.

Dwayne Gilbert is the founder of http://www.wealthylifesecrets.com and the Wealthy Life Secrets Program. He has been helping people to Unleash Their Potential for over 10 years. He has helped people from all walks of life to get on a better path and to create the life of their dreams.
 December 29th, 2016  
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Oct
06

Actions Give Rise To Results In Accordance With The Four Kammas

One whose behaviour is in accordance with the Dhamma has the nature of a human being or a deva. He may be said to be free from vice in the present life and he need have no fear of going towards misfortune for he is sure to attain a state of good fortune.

For one who abstains from evil, the teachings of Buddhism do not say that one will never again do wrong things, but the good actions which one has done give one a good basis of security for the future. As for one who abstains from evil by abandoning the tendency to do evil, he must have attained one of the Transcendental-Realms of which the Path-of-Stream-Winning (Sota-Magga) is the first.

As for ordinary people (Puthujjana) who have not yet entirely finished with evil; they do some evil and some good, and consequently tend towards both good and had fortune. Those who do minor evil deeds, without breaking the major of-fenses of the law, may not experience the evil effects of their actions in the present, and may not be arrested. Even so, they make their kamma in accordance with their actions.

Kamma is that which gives rise to results; the only one who is free of this isthe;,A.rahant,,.who is kamma-free (Ahosi-Kamma).

Beings of all types will, in time, leave .this Realm and go towards another.. How can one know for sure, which of the thirty-one Realms one is going to attain ?

In order to know, one must examine one’s kamma; because one’s “kamma which leads to becoming” is linked to one’s “rebirth becoming” (Uppatti-Bhava), which is the realm of becoming that one attains in the future.

One’s “kamma which leads to becoming” is one’s origin or cause; one’s “rebirth-becoming” is one’s result, and cause and result are connected together.

The “kamma which leads to becoming” is classified as follows:-
1. Heavy (Garuka) Kamma. This is of a severe nature, the results of which take place before the results of any other forms of kamma.

Meritorious kamma, in this category includes the practice of the four form (Rupa) Jhanas, and the four formless (Arupa) Jhanas.

Demeritorious kamma, in this category includes the five henious crimes (Anantarika-Kamma); these being: (A) (B) Murdering one’s Father or Mother, (C) Killing an Arahant, (D) Causing a schism in the Order(Sangha), (E) In-juring a Buddha so as to draw blood.

If we commit any of the five henious crimes, the result is bound to be that we go to the Great Hell (Avici) without being able to prevent it.

If we practise the four form or formless Jhanas, of the type which do not deteriorate,1 we are sure to be born in the realms of the Brahmas of form (Rupa-Brahma) or of formlessness (Arupa Brahna), the class depending on one’s attain-ment.
If one has not this type of kamma, then one must examine the second type.

2. Habitual (Bahula) Kama. This is kamma which is repeatedly done.
On the side of demerit, it includes for example, the doing of evil regularly every day without stopping; as with the person whose means of livelihood is robbery, or trapping, catching and killing, fish, game and animals every day for sale as food; which is sure to lead to the four realms of misfortune.

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 October 6th, 2016  
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06

Actions Give Rise to Results in Accordance With the Four Kammas Part 3

One whose behaviour is in accordance with the Dhamma has the nature of a human being or a deva. He may be said to be free from vice in the present life and he need have no fear of going towards misfortune for he is sure to attain a state of good fortune.

For one who abstains from evil, the teachings of Buddhism do not say that one will never again do wrong things, but the good actions which one has done give one a good basis of security for the future. As for one who abstains from evil by abandoning the tendency to do evil, he must have attained one of the Transcendental-Realms of which the Path-of-Stream-Winning (Sota-Magga) is the first.

As for ordinary people (Puthujjana) who have not yet entirely finished with evil; they do some evil and some good, and consequently tend towards both good and had fortune. Those who do minor evil deeds, without breaking the major of-fenses of the law, may not experience the evil effects of their actions in the present, and may not be arrested. Even so, they make their kamma in accordance with their actions.

Kamma is that which gives rise to results; the only one who is free of this isthe;,A.rahant,,.who is kamma-free (Ahosi-Kamma).

Beings of all types will, in time, leave .this Realm and go towards another.. How can one know for sure, which of the thirty-one Realms one is going to attain ?

In order to know, one must examine one’s kamma; because one’s “kamma which leads to becoming” is linked to one’s “rebirth becoming” (Uppatti-Bhava), which is the realm of becoming that one attains in the future.
One’s “kamma which leads to becoming” is one’s origin or cause; one’s “rebirth-becoming” is one’s result, and cause and result are connected together.

The “kamma which leads to becoming” is classified as follows:-
1. Heavy (Garuka) Kamma. This is of a severe nature, the results of which take place before the results of any other forms of kamma.

Meritorious kamma, in this category includes the practice of the four form (Rupa) Jhanas, and the four formless (Arupa) Jhanas.

Demeritorious kamma, in this category includes the five henious crimes (Anantarika-Kamma); these being: (A) (B) Murdering one’s Father or Mother, (C) Killing an Arahant, (D) Causing a schism in the Order(Sangha), (E) In-juring a Buddha so as to draw blood.

If we commit any of the five henious crimes, the result is bound to be that we go to the Great Hell (Avici) without being able to prevent it.

If we practise the four form or formless Jhanas, of the type which do not deteriorate,1 we are sure to be born in the realms of the Brahmas of form (Rupa-Brahma) or of formlessness (Arupa Brahna), the class depending on one’s attain-ment.
If one has not this type of kamma, then one must examine the second type.

2. Habitual (Bahula) Kama. This is kamma which is repeatedly done.
On the side of demerit, it includes for example, the doing of evil regularly every day without stopping; as with the person whose means of livelihood is robbery, or trapping, catching and killing, fish, game and animals every day for sale as food; which is sure to lead to the four realms of misfortune.

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 October 6th, 2016  
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