Everything you need to know about the law of the mirror, or law of attraction, and its karmic implication.
Sometimes called the Law of Attraction (although they are not exactly the same), the Law of the Mirror is one of the Twelve Laws of the Universe.
The law of the mirror works like this: we attract certain circumstances and certain people because of the way we perceive others.
The heart would be at the origin of everything and what you perceive in others is in fact a reflection of what you contain inside you.
So when people say that life takes its course and happens by chance or because of fate, that is not entirely true.
Life is actually a reflection of who you are!
And, while it can be painful, it also lets us know what wounds we need to heal.
On the other hand, when the situation is happy, it shows us that the decisions we make are actually the right ones.
Karma, baby !
There is one universal truth that few people understand: it’s all about action / reaction.
In life, everything comes back to you like a boomerang! When a series of negative things happen to you, you start to wonder what you did wrong to deserve it.
For example, when you can’t keep a job, when people behave badly with you, or when all of your relationships don’t end, you have two choices in front of you.
Either you can pass yourself off as a victim of injustice because the world is unjust.
Either you end up realizing that the world isn’t looking for harm to you, it just responds to your actions.
And, it is this direction that we are going to study today.
Have you ever heard that you shouldn’t see the world as it is but as you are?
Or, do the phrases “You like in others what you like about yourself. And, you hate in other people what you hate in yourself. ” sound familiar to you?
Surely ! But, you may not have understood what that involved.
In fact, your perception of the world is linked to the development of your mind.
So, we can see, for example, that some people cannot empathize with someone until they discover some kind of similarity between themselves and that stranger.
It is only when they find commonalities like “We went to the same college” or “She’s a mom like me” that compassion and understanding develop.
Your conscious mind is limited!
Most of the work your brain does is done without you realizing it.
On the other hand, your eyes, ears, and other senses work in tandem to filter out all they perceive.
They then select only the most relevant information and make it available to your consciousness.
The mind makes a priority list, and that’s why it’s easier to worry than to be grateful.
But, it also implies that the habits and behaviors you adopt in your everyday life are also unconscious.
And, there are many people who don’t realize this. Fortunately, the world acts like a mirror.
And, you can become aware of who you are by observing how people and situations respond to your behavior.
So, if you really want to know if your life is happy and fulfilling, take a look around!
Obviously, you can’t take a circumstance and draw conclusions from it.
But, one thing is for sure: the repeating patterns, relationships and behaviors do not happen by accident.
If you still find yourself in painful romantic relationships, for example, it means that you have wounds deep inside.
And, you have to face your pains to be able to heal them adequately.
On the other hand, if you realize that you are still excited and at peace with yourself, it means that you are in alignment.
Phew! What is that nasty term? It’s quite simple: you behave in accordance with your values, your desires and your needs.
It is easier to believe that what is happening to you is the result of chance.
Obviously, believing that the world is unfair and that we receive what we give you is easier.
Why ? Because it allows you to detach yourself from all responsibilities. In short, you say “I do not control anything!”.
When you feel like a victim, you can’t help but shout it from the rooftops.
But just because something isn’t your fault doesn’t mean it’s not your problem.
Besides, the people who suffer the most from this kind of attitude (personal victimization) don’t just seek attention and sympathy.
This is because they also think that since they didn’t create the problem, talking about its difficulty will convince someone else to solve it.
But, life doesn’t work like that. And, that’s why you always find yourself in the same situations.
Again and again… Yet you have many ways of interpreting what is happening to you. And, the law of the mirror is one of them.
How does it work? It’s simple: existence is more or less a matrix.
And, this creates situations that reflect what we project to the world. So what you are going through is absolutely not the result of chance.
It is, in fact, a way of experiencing who you are. Thus, the Law of the Mirror implies that the ultimate goal of life is for consciousness to experience what it really is.
I admit it to you: it is not easy to understand.
But, I’ll try to simplify it all. Without the law of the mirror, you would not be aware of what you contain inside you.
You would not know what kind of vibrations you are emitting and therefore you could neither appreciate nor change its effect.
You received an exceptional gift: you can create change!
So, you have to be aware of the reflection you are sending to the world so that you can change your behavior to have the real experience you want to have.
Clearly, knowing that you are responsible for whatever makes you uncomfortable in your life is not easy to take on.
But, you must also understand that you have received a rare gift, that of literally inventing change.
This understanding or revelation implies an important thing. You have chosen to experience these situations.
Either through the development of unconscious patterns or behaviors; either by your beliefs and your conscious vibrations.
But, you must know that you are always free to make new choices.
Ultimately, the quality of your life is entirely up to you. Contrary to what we have tried to make you believe: you can control what happens to you.
Indeed, you are able to change the way you think, feel and behave.
And, it is these changes that will bring the positive in your life. It’s that easy, actually!
Reverse engineering or how do you use the mirror law to your advantage?
It’s simple: make a decision. Where do you see yourself in a year or more? Then decide what you need to do each day, week or month to reach your goal.
This process will help you a lot. You will become more aware of what you are doing each day.
And, you will understand how your actions contribute (or not) to the lifestyle you want to lead.
There is a difference between people who take responsibility and are aware of their power and others.
Who are these others? Quite simply the anxious people who are constantly the victims of their circumstances and who have the impression of being without hope.
In these two types of people, the control center differs. It is either internal or external.
To explain to you what the control center is, I have to steal Gillian Fournier’s words:
“It is the degree of belief that people have in the power they have to control the events of their life”.
So those who have an internal control center think they are responsible for the turn of their lives.
So they feel compelled to act to change what they don’t like.
On the other hand, those who have an external control center think their life is out of their control.
So, they believe that it is useless to waste time trying to make changes.
Do you see the difference? I don’t think I need to stress this but I do anyway, just in case.
Numerous studies have shown that people with an internal control center have much higher psychological well-being than others.
Understanding comes through acceptance: you control everything!
What is happening around you is no accident. You must realize that you have a lot more power than you think.
How do you communicate with people. The success that you meet in the professional field.
How much money you have. Your stable financial situation. The people you spend the most time with.
All of this is influenced by you! Of course, there are external factors that can block or support your progress.
But, in the end, you have to do all the work.
In short, the law of the mirror and its understanding push you to sit in the driver’s seat.
You are not just a passenger in the course of your life. The Law of the Mirror is a reminder of the important things.
Anything that worries you, disturbs you, or makes you uncomfortable is an opportunity for you to change.
Thanks to that, you can grow, mature, develop, etc… This is only how you will get the life you always wanted to have.
It is therefore time for you to take your life back in your hands. The reins of your existence are literally within your reach.
You just have to change your control center. Stop pretending to be the victim and forget about the idea that everything that happens to you is a coincidence.
It is not a coincidence ! Your external control center is playing tricks on you.
Now it is high time to make some changes. And, to move to an internal control center that will allow you to understand that you are in charge of your life and the events that happen to you.