The 11 Forgotten Laws: Success Elements
By: Monica Selph
Copyright 2012 by Monica Selph
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The “Forgotten” Laws have been debated over for many, many years, and eventually, there is no doubt that these laws are universal and applicable to all human beings. So why does it happen that some people find them to be successful and useful, while others receive no success from them?
The truth is, there is much more than meets the eye when it comes to the forgotten laws. People might read them thoroughly and try to figure out what they are and how they can be implemented in their own lives. However, what they fail to realize is that in order to make these laws work to your advantage, it isn’t important to know what the laws are initially, but more important to know who you are. Then only can these forgotten laws be used to your advantage.
It is not an easy task to tap into your inner self and to find out who you are, but until and unless you do, the forgotten laws will be of no benefit to you. They ask that you dig deep down into yourself and push out the power within you. The forgotten laws will give you everything you need, from self-confidence, to learning how to forgive people.
They touch upon all aspects of your life to ensure that you change your life for the better. By understanding the forgotten laws you will realize how much potential is within you. If you look at your life right now, without the forgotten laws, you can compare yourself to Pinocchio the puppet. He was made of wood and controlled by strings. But, he had the will to be a boy. This is where the forgotten laws come into play. Pinocchio wanted to be a boy so badly that he became real.