Harmonizing Your Goals with Universal Law

A key to goal achieving success is to be in harmony with the natural laws of the Universe. Therefore it’s critical to have an understanding of these laws so you can take actions accordingly. The foundational understanding is this; Universal law is not set or made by man and consequently, it is not changeable like our civil laws.


Some of the Universal laws may be quite obvious to us, such as the law of gravity, light and motion. However, there are many other laws playing a significant role in our daily lives, which you may not be aware of until now. There’s no leeway for ignorance. For example, the law of gravity works whether you know the principle or not. If someone doesn’t know this law and should step off the top of a building, they are going to fall down to the earth. This happens as a matter of Universal law.


Money is one of the most popular goals that people set. Further, we all require money and our needs grow as we mature; however, many people have limited understanding of how these immutable laws affect their income.


Regularly I hear people complaining about money. They may say things such as: “I should be paid more.” Some people will act as though the world owes them a living, expecting that things are handed to them without putting in any effort and they may say, “How can they expect me to live on so little?” Other people may complain about the rich having so much and then say, “This is so unfair.”


These expressions show that people have come face to face with the Law of Compensation, but what they don’t realize is this: What comes to us is in direct proportion to what we are putting out. As we apply this law to our lives, we can easily track the outcomes. We can look to see if there is a balance between effort and income. In other words, is there a fair return for your efforts?


Listen to conversations around you and you’ll soon realize that most people are dissatisfied. The great majority will point to injustices in the world. When they do, more often than not, they are experiencing unhappiness, sickness and quite possibly poverty.


However, through the laws of Truth, we can dissolve all adverse thoughts and conditions. The mistakes are actually miscalculations and those mistakes will continue until the person changes their use of the Law. It’s essential to remember that the Law cannot be changed to suit a person’s mistakes, but they can change their use of the Law by getting in harmony with it.


Success and abundance are our birthright. Success or prosperity does not need to be made; it always IS. A person needs to change and then everything else will follow. When we stop recognizing a condition, we no longer attract it. The way to do this is to change our minds or the way we look at something. It’s a shift in our perception that leads to the shift in our conditions.


If you are lacking in prosperity and success but don’t make any changes, you cannot expect things to be different. If you have negative habits, you won’t be a master of your life until you change the habit. If you are living in lack and limitation, you won’t get above those conditions until you change your ideas about it.


Start by accessing the state of your environment (home, car, office, etc.) because these reflect the ruling state of your mind. The appearance of these areas says everything about you. Order is the first Law of the Universe. If there’s no order, then you have chaos. By the way, lack of money is no excuse for being messy. The premise behind this is; it’s useless to desire more if you don’t take care of what you have.


Frequently people contact me because they want a better job. Usually they’ll say that they don’t like where they are now. Many express a desire to leave their employer and have justified doing the minimum because they are unhappy. This is a red flag. If a person leaves a job under these conditions, they can only attract another job that’s in harmony with this.


There are 3 critical factors that make up the Law of Compensation:


  1. The demand there is for what you do;
  2. Your ability to do; and
  3. The difficulty there is in replacing you.


When a person performs to the absolute best of their abilities, they will receive more and be raised up. When you grow your capabilities and do things more effectively, you’ll become better at your work and will be rewarded. This Law says that s/he who becomes better will attract better and be given greater things to do.


Quite simply said, when you become too large for your present position, you will be given something larger – but you cannot attract the better until you first become larger. You must EARN it or you can’t keep it.



Imagine a scale. Compensation means an equal return for whatever is given. There should be a balance of quality and service. Determine whether you are balance in what you give and what you receive. If you want more, experiment with giving more. Eliminate all complaining and give the absolute best that you have and then measure your outcomes.


Remember this, the return that you receive may not come from your current employer. You may find that someone else seeks your services or something else comes ‘from out of the blue’. The better your service, the greater the reward and if you are a business owner, the more business you will attract.


When you follow the Law of Compensation, you’ll find that it is the Golden Rule in life and business.