The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity Day 1 Intro

Today we start looking at Edwene’s book and discuss the introduction. We share our definitions of prosperity along with Edwene’s and we state the 4 laws again.

We talk about our own spiritual paths and what has led us to this point. One reason we love this book is that it doesn’t matter what religion or spiritual influence you have, these laws are universal. These laws don’t depend on a religion.

Knowing the laws helps us to work with them instead of working against them. Working with the laws brings us more success and prosperity. Faith works for all.

We take stock of where we are with the four laws before we begin the study. We are both tithers and see the benefits. We could really improve on our goal setting, forgiveness and ‘being on purpose’ practices. Our hope is that going through the study this time will help us do better with all of these laws.

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  1. Vivian Miller says

    Hi Guys: My first thought was its the 1st whoo hoo. I read the introduction and with an open heart I feel I accept what Edwene is saying. The four spiritual laws are the laws whether you believe them or not. I don’t argue with them. I don’t feel resistance to them. Argue for your limitations and they are yours. I have been so enriched and transformed by my contact with Edwene’s teachings. I do need to work on clear cute tangible goals. The forgiveness piece is not an issue for me. I believe I am getting on purpose by finishing school and doing what I love.

    I am looking forward to walking this journey with you and becoming more open than I now am. I want to see what I gain and reflect on what I leave behind.

    • Gravity is gravity and behaves the way it does, no matter how I feel about it. I am learning that these Laws are the same. I am working on clearer goals too. Harder one for me. Here we go!

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