(Principles are basic truths that, when applied, cause success to come to you easier and quicker.)

“Never” and “always” are words to watch out for; they are frequently incorrectly used, but the phrase “The Physical Universe Never Lies” withstands pretty close scrutiny.

The keys to utilizing this principle are threefold:

1) be very aware of your surroundings; observe things and events carefully; use the fresh eyes a child does when seeing things for the first time. (This is harder to do than it sounds.)

2) be cautious in your interpretations; deduce what’s really true; avoid having your past experiences cause you to add, delete or change what you see. (In his book ‘Seat of the Soul’ Gary Zukav said, “Do not insist that the Universe comply with your understanding of it.”)

3) be bold as you act on what you see; trust what you see; notice the results of your new actions.

Paraphrasing Sherlock Holmes, “When you have eliminated everything it isn’t, then what is left must be it, even if it seems improbable.” Ol’ Sherlock was a masterful observable of the Physical Universe.

Copyright 2000 Steve Straus. All rights reserved.