Posted by Karen Hadalski at 12 April 2012

Category: karma

“The eye is the first circle; the horizon which it forms is the second; and throughout nature this primary figure is repeated without end.”  This is the first sentence of one of my favorite essays, “Circles,” by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

St. Augustine describes the nature of God as a circle whose center is everywhere and its circumference nowhere.

In myth, legend, and archeology there is evidence to support the fact that the most highly developed ancient civilizations understood the “Law of the Circle,” or, “The Law of the One” and expressed this concept in philosophy, religion, the design of their buildings and even the design of their towns.

All things in the universe move in circles and, ultimately, return to their Source.  This same law holds true in human action and experience.  Everything that you think, feel, desire, and send “out there” to another or others ultimately returns to its source–YOU.

In my book I concentrate on the Law of Cause and Effect to illustrate the workings of Karma.  The Law of the One provides another way of looking at this important phenomenon.

In Reality, you are the creator–the source–of your life experience.  Learn to be as conscious and careful with your thoughts as you are with your actions.  This isn’t an easy discipline, but I think you will find it well worth the effort.



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