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The Law of Change is a powerful one. It states that everything in the universe is in
constant change. The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy, (PTE), and the Law of Change
tells us energy is always moving and transforming into and out of form and creating new
structure. This law further asserts energy is always in a state of motion, taking one form and
move to another, never idle.
This is the most significant and exciting law in the entire course and, for some, the most difficult
to understand.
It's significant because it can be found in each universal law and the principles that govern
them. The Law of Change is obvious in every person, all manners of form and all means of
function. It’s difficult to understand because it takes you beyond your present way of thinking
and into a realm of questioning, “Why are things changing?”
Change comes about by a dominance of one of two factors, emotional queues or rational
thought. Either one can force rapid adjustment in a person. Should you be emotionally charged
in a relationship, either positively or negatively, you will change the experience to fit your
demonstrative needs. An example is someone staying in an unhealthy relationship because of
an emotional connection. If, on the other hand you’re heavily invested in Tech. stocks that lose
money, you rationally change your portfolio. Both of these are tied indirectly to our way of
reasoning, either inductive or deductive.
Whichever reasoning we use also determines our fear of change. In every case it’s not the
change itself that causes fear but rather the fear that we will be worse off than we already are.
In the case of relationships we may fear emotional loss will lead to never finding another
expressive connection. In financial matter we may feel that if we change investments, we may
lose more than we currently are or the stock will turn around. Either way, loss, not gain is the
determining factor.
In order to change these fears we must change our thoughts. But here’s the secret most people
don’t understand. You don’t actually have to “conquer” fears, you have to master them.
Fear is a necessary evil which dwells in our subconscious, the mind which protects us and
guides us to enjoyment. It neither knows why fear is present nor does it care, its only concern is
Mark Twain once said, “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear.”
Successful people don’t conquer fear; they face fear and moved forward in spite of it. They look
at it both emotionally and analytically to come up with a rational solution.
Every human mind is a function which produces thought. We input the experience of the world
around us and output electric signals that control our body and let us take action.
The world we see, the people we encounter, the problems we face are all experiences which
we utilize and rely upon to guide our daily lives. They tell us when to act, what not to do and