What does this really mean? Why is this continuously said? Why is the meaning of this so easily understood? And why does it denote inherent weakness?
In a world of agreed weakness, it us understood that life is a life of having to do and having to not to do. It is a life of preparation, struggle, and maintenance. It is a world of rules and facts that have to be overcome or to be broken. It is a life of human doing™, not human being. If you take away all of the doing in your life, where is your life? It is non-existent. Every experience you have is based on some kind of doing.
But life does exist without the doing. Consider a young child. The child does many things, but underneath and always, the child is present to being alive, of a completeness and fullness, not diminished by the measure of events. In fact, a young child measures nothing. Things are different from one another, but nothing makes a difference, and events do not diminish the child in any way.
There are no differences, therefore there are no difficulties. And without difficulties, there are no contexts. And without contexts, there are no dichotomies, and no need to measure. And without measurement, there are no opinions and no judgments. So, the child is free of emotions, stress, anxiety and worry. Now the child allows his or her natural human feelings to grow and be alive. And that is what the child is: ALIVE!
What is it to be human? Are we only physical beings born with no abilities or knowledge and we have to acquire through preparation everything we are to have and then spend the remainder of our lives maintaining it against some erosion or atrophy?
Imagine a world where every one is born with 10 fingers, but each person sees that everyone has only one finger. In the world of one-fingered people, using only one finger out of ten becomes normal and the other nine fingers become invisible. Thousands of years later, scientists have written many books talking of the reality of one-finger life. Struggle, preparation, and miracles become commonplace.
And what of the miracles? They say the exception proves the rule. I say the exception is the rule. We are not seeing miracles, we are seeing the occasional person do with ten fingers what we see done with only one.
Natural Law is the distinction of the use of ten natural fingers in a one-fingered world; the awakening of a life that exists for each person outside of the life of doing. Human Law™ is the distinction of a one-fingered world.
How much of your life is actually spent in preparing for something? Learning to acquire knowledge, exercising to become strong, sacrificing life to be young? We are more than a physical body with an empty brain that has to be filled. We were all created and born into Natural Law. In Natural Law we are much more than the physical body. We are so much more than science and cultural agreement ascribe to us!
Natural Law is simply recognizing that being human includes the physical body and something else, the energy that shapes and serves it. People say this is invisible, but we can make anything invisible by not using it. There is a saying: ?after all, you?re only human.? In Natural Law, this is not a statement of limitations, but a declaration of power in the world.
In Human Law, people believe they are only the body and the brain, and they have to create everything they will obtain and achieve. This is a bottom-up philosophy. Start with nothing and take the steps to achieve what you need. Most people live in a world of doing. A world where you start with nothing and build your abilities and skills in order to acquire what you want before you die. It is a world of need: "I need this"; "I need to do this", in order to build the building blocks of being successful in life. It is world of dichotomies, comparisons, judgments, and measuring. In this world we are not human beings, but human doings.
Natural Law enables you to awaken your self to the world of living, living not based on any doing. A life of living within the life of doing. This is top-down existence. You are created powerfully in the world, with everything that stands for, and can show anything in the world you desire: a full state of health, wellness, and vitality. Standing in this fullness and completeness, you manifest yourself in the world of doing as you say, by declaring it and shifting the world to manifest itself as you say. The world becomes a reflection of the life you have.
Natural Law is not better than Human Law, it is simply different. It is being fully present to the world of living and the world of doing. From the world of living, the doing becomes optional and therefore easier. Having to do creates having to do and having not to do. In Natural Law doing is just doing ? it does not create having to do. You get life from being human; you have no need or wont to get something from the illusion of a having to do life.
"We are only human". In Human Law, a person struggles through life using only 10% of his or her being. And this human doing spends most of his or her life preparing for the doing. Let's bring new meaning to this phrase and to the human condition. Let's now realize that this phrase is one of power, for our legacy is one of power; that to be only human is really quite awesome indeed. The human being is not broken.