The law of Dharma, by Deepak Chopra
This law says that we have manifested in physical form to fulfill a purpose. "Dharma" is a word that means purpose in life. The field of pure potentiality is divinity in its essence, and divinity adopts the human form to fulfill a purpose.
According to this law, each of us has a unique talent and a unique way of expressing it. There is one thing that each individual can do better than any other in the whole world, and for every single talent and for every single expression of that talent, there are also unique needs.
When these needs come together with the creative expression of our talent, the spark that creates abundance is produced. Expressing our talents to meet needs creates wealth and abundance without limits.
The law of dharma has three components.
The first says that each of us is here to discover his true self, to discover on his own that the true self is spiritual and that we are essentially spiritual beings who have adopted a physical way to manifest.
We are not human beings who have occasional spiritual experiences, but quite the opposite: we are spiritual beings who have occasional human experiences.
Each of us is here to discover your higher self or your spiritual self. That is the first way to fulfill the law of dharma. We must discover on our own that within us there is a god in embryo who wants to be born so that we can express our divinity.
The second component of the law of dharma is the expression of our unique talent. The law of dharma says that every human being has a unique talent. Each of us has such a unique talent in his expression that there is no other being on the planet that has that talent or expresses it that way.
That means there is one thing we can do, and a way to do it, which is better than that of any other person, on this planet. When we are developing that activity, we lose track of time. The expression of that unique talent, more than one in many cases, introduces us to a timeless state of consciousness.
The third component of the law of dharma is service to humanity, to serve other human beings and to ask:
- How can I help? How can I help all the people with whom I have contact?
When we combine the ability to express our unique talent with service to humanity, we fully use this law. And when we join this to the knowledge of our own spirituality, the field of pure potentiality, it is impossible that we do not have access to unlimited abundance, because that is the true way to achieve abundance.
And it is not a transitory abundance; This is permanent by virtue of our unique talent, of our way of expressing it and of our service and dedication to other human beings, which we discover by asking: «How can I help? ? »
The question "What do I gain from that?" Is the internal dialogue of the ego. The question "How can I help?" Is the inner dialogue of the spirit. The spirit is that field of consciousness where we experience our universality. Just by changing the internal dialogue and not asking "What do I gain from that?" But "How can I help?", We automatically go beyond the ego to enter the spirit field.
And although meditation is the easiest way to enter the spirit field, simply changing our internal dialogue in this way also gives us access to the spirit, that field of consciousness where we experience our universality.
If we want to make the most of the law of dharma, we need to commit ourselves to do several things:
First commitment: Through spiritual practice we will seek our higher self, which is beyond our ego.
Second commitment: We will discover our unique talents, and after discovering them we will enjoy life, because the process of joy takes place when we enter the timeless consciousness. At that time, we will be in a state of absolute bliss.
Third commitment: We will ask ourselves what is the best way in which we can serve humanity. We will answer that question, and then we will put the answer into practice. We will use our unique talents to meet the needs of our fellow human beings; We will combine those needs with our desire to help and serve others.
Let's list our answers to these two questions: What would I do if I didn't have to worry about money and if I had all the time and money in the world at the same time?
If we still want to continue doing what we do now, it is because we are in dharma, because we are passionate about what we do, because we are expressing our unique talents.
The second question is: "What is the best way I can serve humanity?" Let's answer that question and put the answer into practice.
Let's discover our divinity, find our unique talent and serve humanity with it; That way we can generate all the wealth we want. When our creative expressions match the needs of others, wealth will spontaneously pass from the unmanifest to the manifest, from the realm of the spirit to the world of form.
We will begin to experience life as a miraculous expression of divinity, not occasionally, but at all times. And we will know the true joy and the real meaning of success, ecstasy and the joy of our own spirit.