Absolutely everything that happens in life happens for a reason;
‘nothing happens for no reason‘:
this is the premise of four Native American Indian Spiritual Laws.
When you understand this, it becomes manageable to handle
what life presents to you; you can confidently look at what’s happening,
understand there is a necessary lesson to be learned,
trust everything is happening for a higher purpose and
be thankful for things exactly as they unfold.
First Spiritual Law: ′′The person you meet is the right one.′′
No one comes in to your life by chance or by mistake. Everyone that enters your sphere, who interacts with you is representing something, either a teacher or a helper.
Second Spiritual Law: ′′What happens is the only thing that can happen.′′
Nothing that occurs to you could have been or could be different, not even the minutest detail What happened or what happens is what needs to so you are able to learn the specific lesson you need to evolve. There is no regret, ′′If I had only said, done, been, etc …..things would be different.” Every thing that happens, every situation that occurs is absolutely perfect even when you do not want to accept it or actively resist it. There is a much larger tapestry being woven than what is immediately apparent. All is at it should be, as it needs to be, as it has to be, as it is…..’simply divine.’
Third Spiritual Law: ′′Every moment when something starts is the right time.′′
Divine timing is working all of the time. Everything begins at exactly the precisely right moment, not minutes, days, or years earlier or later. When we think we are ready for something new, it is already there in spirit and will physically manifest when the time is ideal.
Fourth Spiritual Law: ′′What’s over is over.′′
No regrets. Everything leaves your life to serve your soul’s evolution. Embracing this truth, release the past, move forward, focus on all that you gained and all that you learned.
These Native American Spiritual Laws apply to everything.
‘No one rain drop anywhere in the world accidentally falls in the wrong place.’
Everything is interwoven,
separation is an illusion of the mind.
We are one.
Accept the perfection and