Week 5 – The Law of Giving and Receiving

This week I am having a challenge. I am not to give my opinion except under these certain conditions; I must be asked specifically for my opinion and I must be an expert on the topic up for discussion. Whew!

The subject I am most familiar with is me. And lately even this is questionable. Considering that this blog is part of the MKMMA requirement I could look at it as specific request. I guess I’m in the clear.

The law of giving and receiving is so basic yet too often overlooked. The example that really crystallized this for me was in 5-25 ‘The athlete who wishes to get strong must make use of the strength he has, and the more he gives the more he gets.’  Now, I get it!  As all the parts of our journey start to form and take shape the overall picture starts to come into focus. (Sorry for the mixed metaphor)

Understanding this point makes all the work on faith alone pay off. Life is truly a case of believing before seeing. Knowing that all power is from within is not enough. The power must COME from within. If it just sits there it is pure potentiality. We must release the power for it to be of any use to us and the world in general.

It all has become too obvious. A friend told me a several years ago The Secret is still a secret unless action takes place. Wishing doesn’t make it so. Wishing to be in Hawaii doesn’t get me a tan. Booking the trip and working a plan does. The Law of Attraction is always working. It’s as constant as the Law of Gravity. Am I attracting through action or inaction? Is it my choice? Of course it is!

This week’s action for me is giving and receiving. Here’s my humble observation (not opinion).

The giver can’t exist without a receiver or the receiver can’t exist without a giver. We must be both to experience either.

I am a giver of all I desire and receiver of all. I always keep my promises.

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6 thoughts on “Week 5 – The Law of Giving and Receiving

    1. wsokilmasterkey

      It is refreshing just being the observer. It’s like the difference between watching a football game or being on the field getting pounded at the line and not knowing what’s going on down field. Being the observer gives me a broader perspective.

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  1. Wes Smeigh

    Well Walter I am going to follow you! Your words are succinct and stop on from our lesson for week 5. I sounds like you have the process nailed down and are practicing your words.

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