Working With The Law - Powerful Principles for Abundant Living
by Raymond Holliwell
Science has defined a variety of natural laws that explain the physical world and how it changes. One such law states that for every action there is a reaction, and that for every motion there is corresponding counter-motion. Whether it s visible to the human eye or not, one thing is certain movement and change will occur as a result. Having studied these principles, author Raymond Holliwell not only understood the universal physical applications, he also understood the spiritual and mental applications as well.
By using this law on a spiritual and mental level, Holliwell found that a specific thought could create a desired reaction in his personal and professional life through continual and dedicated practice. As he came to realize the expanded potential of this powerful law, he eventually recognized the ultimate source of the dramatic results God.
There are countless laws that impact on our daily lives and actions. But there are other laws just waiting to be discovered and put to work from within laws that anyone can use to live a limitless and prosperous life. After many printings, the lessons in WORKING WITH THE LAW are still being taught in numerous workshops around the country and continue to provide the reader with a new opportunity to take action and re-think their strategy for success by simply working with the law.
FROM THE INTRODUCTION: If life can move along effortlessly and orderly some of the time, why does it not do so always? When we ponder this question, often in the midst of discouragement and difficulty, we feel that something is eluding us. What is that something? According to the author of Working with the Law, Dr. Raymond Holliwell, that something is God or as he prefers to name it, Law. He states in his preface: "I shall call God working in our lives Law. Interpreting the Law in several ways should bring it more clearly into our way of thinking. Then as we strive to work with the Law we are living closer to God, and such living brings a better understanding."