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The Law of Compensation is cause and effect applied to blessings and abundances in our
lives. The visible effects of our deeds are given to us in gifts, money, inheritances, friendships,
and support.
We know energy is vibration and vibration flows through the universe. The Law of
Compensation revolves around the transfer and acceptance of this energy. Compensation is
always present and a direct reflection of the energy you put into action. Like the principle of
electricity, the theory of Compensation states how specific types of energy flow. That what you
receive is equal to what you initiate. This power may be generated and transferred, “Give and it
will be given to you.”
There is always a balance between energy in action, so when you put energy into the world,
you will receive an equal amount of energy in return. Since compensation is in effect energy of
another source, this is what you receive. Compensation can be received through a whole host
of energetic forms; money, awards, consideration, prospect, expectations, love and so on.
The nature of the Law of Compensation is energy must begin with you. I am convinced; the
most significant change we can make within our lives begins with our initial capacity to give to
others. When we give to others, we're focused on making the world a better place. When we
give to others, we help bring the world into balance and create harmony.
We have to realize, without compensation, this world would be an entirely different place.
Lacking the return from others, we wouldn't have clothes to wear, a car to drive, and we
wouldn't be able to survive in this world.
Ask yourself, what do you give attention to - What do you think of more, others or yourself - Do
you pay more attention to conflict in your own life or in others? You’re not alone; most of
people sense life like this on a daily basis.
It’s not uncommon to hate your job. Most people who work for the sake of earning a
living often describe their work as boring, tiring, dull and unsatisfying. Sometimes, these
situations can be changed for the better; however, not everyone is so fortunate. Many people
feel trapped in a job they hate but don’t believe they can quit. They feel stuck and, as a result,
their life is miserable. Do you know someone like this?
Maybe you’re in a Dead-End Job. Often it’s not the job but the person who becomes lethargic
and indifferent. Often this can be changed by cognitive restructuring (find meaning in your job;
setting work-related goals you can take pride in). Sometimes, you might want to explore
educational opportunities or another job. Or maybe it’s time to change.
Put your work in context. The truth is work is hard. At best, there will be difficulties.
Frustrations, setbacks, and even failure are part of life. Don’t be surprised; accept the bad with
the good.