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LAW, ORDER AND HARMONY

What is the narrative to human experience if not the spur to an inner awakening? We human beings are moved by powerful impulses in treading paths of existential pilgrimage. Our passage is beset by adversities through the temptations of the world that from time to time force deviations from the path to true and lasting happiness.

The path of human development leads to a conscious recognition of the immutable and irrevocable Laws that uniformly embrace all of Creation, manifesting with each plane, sphere or species according to each one’s consistency. These perfect self-acting Laws are the great guardians of harmony and order everywhere. Without their driving activity everything would grind to stagnation and disintegrate. They manifest the perfect and omnipotent Will of the Creator.

The Primordial Laws of Creation can be gleaned from what we call the ‘laws of nature’, the manifest ramification in the remote outpost of the physically visible, material plane. These Laws encompass providence; the development of Creation is left to their working.

Three basic Laws support, uphold and drive the entire

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