Law of Attraction & The Golden Rule

Ian Marshall —  August 28, 2009 — Leave a comment

The Law of Attraction & The Golden Rule

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Combining The Law of Attraction & The Golden Rule

by Ian Paul Marshall

Most people nowadays know of the Golden Rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Below you’ll find this statement interpreted all throughout the ages through all the major spiritual traditions of the world.

But for now lets look at how we can combine the Law of Attraction and the Golden Rule to get some amazing results.

The Law of Attraction can be explained as, “Like attracts like.” or “What you think about you bring about.” or “The vibrational output that you resonate with will draw to you like frequencies.”

The Law of Attraction applies to more than our thoughts. The Law of Attraction applies to:

  • Our thoughts
  • Our words
  • Our actions
  • Our emotional set-point

But what if we see the world as nothing other than a reflection ourselves. So that when we see another person, we when speak to them, or when we do something for them, in truth, we set the Law of Attraction in motion and we truly are effecting our own lives.

Then we’ll have no separation. Then we can apply the Law of Attraction & The Golden Rule in a new creative way. We can use the power of expressing ourselves within the world not only to benefit each other but for the ultimate purpose of benefiting ourselves.

The Law of Attraction & The Golden Rule Applied:

  • If you want more money in your life then share the money you have.
  • If you want more support then be supportive.
  • If you want friendship then be a friend.
  • If you want love then share your love with everyone you meet.

When we combine the Law of Attraction and the Golden Rule we unleash a power unimaginable to our everyday consciousness.

It becomes a serving-selfishness mindset. Now I’m not advocating running around doing things for others with the sole expectation of receiving something in return. Now that is selfish.

What I’m saying is that we need to free ourselves from the limitations we set for ourselves through fear and lack. So behind the outward appearance of the service you do for others you know that you are tapped into the ultimate source of all existence. A place that is bountiful and abundant. That wishes good things for you. And that will replenish for you anything that you’ve given away with love.

So be wise and know that, “As you share with others you have truly shared with yourself.”

I becomes we and we are connected to eternity.

Be well and prosperous.

Ian

THE GOLDEN RULES

Aboriginal Spirituality

We are as much alive as we keep the Earth alive.

- Chief Dan George

Baha’i Faith

Lay not on any soul a load that you would not wish to be laid upon you, and desire not for anyone the things you would not desire for yourself.

- Baha’u'llah, Gleanings

Buddhism

Treat not others in ways that you yourself would find hurtful.

- The Buddha, Udana-Varga 5.18

Christianity

In everything, do to others as you would have them do to you; for this is the law and the prophets.

- Jesus, Matthew 7:12

Confucianism

One word which sums up the basis of all good conduct. . .loving kindness. Do not do to others what you do not want done to yourself.

- Confucius, Analects 15.23

Hinduism

This is the sum of duty: do not do to others what would cause pain if done to you.

- Mahabharata 5:1517

Islam

Not one of you truly believes until you wish for others what you wish for yourself.

- The Prophet Muhammad, Hadith

Jainism

One should treat all creatures in the world as one would like to be treated.

- Mahavira, Sutrakritanga

Judaism

What is hateful to you, do not do to your neighbor. This is the whole Torah; all the rest is commentary.

- Hillel, Talmud, Shabbath 31a

Sikhism

I am a stranger to no one; and no one is a stranger to me. Indeed, I am a friend to all.

- Guru Granth Sahib, pg. 1299

Taoism

Regard your neighbor’s gain as your own gain and your neighbor’s loss as your own loss.

- T’ai Shang Kan Ying P’ien, 213-218

Unitarianism

We affirm and promote respect for the interdependent web of all existence, of which we are a part.

- Unitarian principle

Zoroastrianism

Do not do unto others whatever is injurious to yourself.

- Shayast-na-Shayast 13.29

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