The Law of Relativity

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The Law of Relativity

The paragraph/s below have been taken directly from the SGR program. Make sure you read the “Our comments” section at the bottom for a more detailed explanation.

Nothing is good or bad, big or small… until you RELATE it to something else. Practice relating your situation to something much worse and yours will always look good.

In the study of this law, we find that all things are relative. All laws are related to each other and correspond with each other. The laws of the little are the laws of the great. There is no big nor small, fast nor slow, except by comparison. Every law that is a law must be relative to all other laws. In other words, they must be in harmony, agreement and correspond with each other. An understanding of this law will give one the means of solving many of the secrets of Nature that seem paradoxical. The much discussed fourth dimension is nothing more, nor less than the dimension of vibration. Again, all rates of vibration are either high or low, only by comparison with those above or below them.

Whenever this law is properly used, you win. Let’s remember that everyone does something better than you and, likewise, you do something better than every person you meet. When you relate something you do that you are not proficient at, to something another person does that they have mastered, you will not look good. You are using the law against yourself. Begin using this law to heighten your self esteem. You will then become aware of how special you are in the light of truth!

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When you relate “B” to “A”, “B” looks big. However, when you relate “B” to “C”, “B” looks small. The obvious truth is that “B” is neither big nor small, “B” just “IS.” We make “B” what it is by virtue of how we work with this law.

Everything in life just “IS.” We make it what it is. Make a habit of using this law to your benefit.

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Extracted from ‘The Science of Getting Rich Seminar (SGR), 2007 with specific permission from Life Success Productions – www.bobproctor.com If you wish to purchase a copy of The SGR study program go to http://go2.thesgrprogram.com/

Our Comments

The Law of Relativity is a law that probably most people know about, or have talked about in their lives, but many of us seem to forget about. We’ve all compared ourselves to someone that is worse off in our lives and thought “wow, I’m glad I’m not in that position!”. But it is often forgotten and we start looking at it the other way round which makes us feel bad, i.e. ‘wow, they are so much better off than me!”

Everything just “IS”!
We make it what it is.

Don’t go comparing yourself to someone that’s starring in that area. Look at your situation, is it really that bad? Well, no, in fact its not, you have a house over your head, you have food to eat, you have a computer to read this writing. The problem is we use this law in the wrong way. If our situation in a particular area is at box “B” (which, by the way is neither good or bad, it just “IS”), instead of comparing ourselves with box “A”, we think to ourselves, ‘oh, look at box “C”, look at how much better it is and what a ‘bad’ situation I’m in!”.

The way you feel about your current situation is all relative. If you think you’re in a pretty bad spot, there are a lot worse situations you could be in. If it makes you feel better, you can compare yourself to the worse situation, and be grateful for what you do have, but don’t bother focusing on the worse situation. Instead, focus on where you want to be, and know that, as a creative being, you can change things to get where you want.

Underlying the whole point of the Law of Relativity is that wherever you are at, your situation just……..”IS”.

“What we think about and THANK about is what we bring about.” John Demartini

For an overview of Seven Natural Laws of the universe go to www.the-secret-dvd.net/universal_laws.html