Cosmic Laws To Follow For Your Wishes To Come True
You must give in order to receive. This is one of the most important cosmic laws that you must remember and above all put into practice everyday. The Mystics call it the “Law of AMRA”. Give generously to those who are less fortunate than yourself. A few coins, some belongings you do not need anymore but might be useful to someone else.
The Universe loves this kind of kind-hearted gesture and will reward your gift many times over. Money and material possessions need to circulate through you as a kind of intermediary. If you are too selfish, this hinders the circulation of the material possessions. If you do not give (even a small amount) the things that you yourself would like to receive, then somewhere it is likely to be blocked and not able to reach you.
Your demand should remain in touch with reality. Do not try to claim something that already belongs to somebody else, or that your resources will not allow you to possess (unless you suddenly become a millionaire).
Your demand should help others as well as yourself. A purely egoistical demand is never recognized by the Cosmic Powers.
Your demand should genuinely fulfil a need of your own or of someone else. Wanting to have an object just to dazzle or impress is not approved of by the Cosmic Powers.
Do not try to determine when and how your request will be granted. Only the Cosmic Powers know what timing and circumstances will be the most favourable to you.
The time factor plays a very important role in the fulfillment of your request. Always be patient as you continue to express your desire to the Cosmic Powers. And be persistent, whatever obstacles you may encounter. It could well be that the Cosmic Powers want to put your faith and your perseverance to the test, before granting you your wish.
Whenever you feel some kind of inspiration, a premonitory dream or any form of internal impression, act on it immediately. And likewise, if you notice any coincidences, or any kind of external signs that seem to be pointing to a solution or at least the beginnings of a solutions.