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Two Hundred & Eleven

July 7, 2010 /


The Law of Least Effort

This law is based on the fact that nature’s intelligence functions with effortless ease and abandoned carefreeness.

This is the principle of least action, of no resistance.

This is, therefore, the principle of harmony and love.

When we learn this lesson from nature, we easily fulfill our desires.

In Vedic Science, the age-old philosophy of India,

this principle is known as the principle of economy of effort,

or “do less and accomplish more.”

Ultimately, you come to the state

where you do nothing and accomplish everything.

This means that there is just a faint idea,

and then the manifestation of the idea comes about effortlessly.

What is commonly called a “miracle”

is actually an expression of the Law of Least Effort.

Least effort is expended when your actions are motivated by love,

because nature is held together by the energy of love.

When you seek power and control over other people,

you waste energy.

When you seek money or power for the sake of the ego,

you spend energy chasing the illusion of happiness

instead of enjoying happiness in the moment.

When your actions are motivated by love,

your energy multiplies and accumulates

and the surplus energy you gather and enjoy

can be channeled to create anything that you want,

including unlimited wealth.

There are three components to the Law of Least Effort–

three things you can do to put

this principle of “do less and accomplish more” into action.

The first component is acceptance.

Acceptance simply means that you make a commitment:

“Today I will accept people, situations,

circumstances and events as they occur.”

This means I will know that this moment

is as it should be,

because the whole universe is as it should be.

The second component is responsibility.

This means not blaming anyone

or anything for your situation,

including yourself.

This allows you the ability to have a creative response

to the situation as it is now.

All problems contain the seeds of opportunity,

and this awareness allows you

to take the moment and transform it

to a better situation or thing.

The third component to the Law of Least Effort is defenselessness.

This means that you have relinquished

the need to convince or persuade others of your point of view.

If you relinquish this need

you will in that relinquishment

gain access to enormous amounts of energy that have been previously wasted.


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