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Best Time Management Tool - The Law of Cycles

The Kabalarian Philosophy teaches the key to the understanding of the Cyclic Law. With this knowledge one is able to predict future conditions.

This is not a psychic prediction based upon a feeling or intuition, but rather a practical approach utilizing mathematics to measure the quality of time unfolding through the day, month, or year.

By working with the Cyclic Law you will make your plans at the best times and will be using time to its maximum potential. By following the Cyclic Law, life can be an enjoyable experience of constructive accomplishment, bringing success and happiness. By working with these cycles you can achieve greater success in your endeavours.

We are all born into time, creating our own personal cycles, or changing patterns of growth that affect our daily lives. Every year, month, and day holds important opportunities and lessons for personal growth. Whether in business or in personal relationships, understanding and working with—not against—your personal cycle influences the outcome of all your endeavours.

The Mathematical Principle

The Cyclic Law is the application of the Mathematical Principle to time. Every individual person is born into time and governed by it from the first breath of life until death. Within the period of time called life, the changing minutes, hours, days, months, and years bring changing conditions, thoughts, opportunities, successes, and failures. Although the world at large does not as yet fully realize it, these fluctuating circumstances of life are not as haphazard as they appear to be. There is a definite pattern to life, and a basic, logical, consistent reason for everything. That pattern and reason are embodied within the Cyclic Law.

Overview of the Cyclic Law

The Cyclic Law unfolds in nine-year, nine-month, nine-day, and nine-hour cycles, all of which are made up of three basic lesser periods termed the starting (seeding), the test (growth), and the completion (harvest) periods. The cycles are not the same for everyone at the same time, but each person must pass through the same sequence of cycles. When you learn to act in complete accord with the cyclic conditions of each passing day, then you are able to start an undertaking at the proper time, follow it through, and successfully complete it. You can then start something else, or build upon the first success to reach a greater goal and so on throughout an entire lifetime. Going against the cycles— either consciously or unconsciously —means working hard and, though there seems to be progress, suddenly finding that many things go wrong. Days, months, or perhaps years of effort are wasted; or you partially succeed in one aspect of life and fail in others, and then wonder why.

Phases of Plant Growth Illustrate Cyclic Law

1st phase

SEEDING TIME - The seed is planted in the ground.

2nd phase

DUALITY or DIVISION - Germination occurs, the seed starts a root and stem.

3rd phase

MANIFESTATION TIME - Stem appears above ground. It becomes acclimatized.

4th phase

TEST PERIOD - Visible growth of plant is suspended temporarily while the root system develops. Plant is tested for coming growth or failure.

5th phase

ACTIVE GROWTH - Strengthened root system supports rapid growth. Plant develops branches and leaves.

6th phase

BUDDING TIME or PROCREATION - Buds are formed and fill out if plant is healthy — a promise and indication of fruit depending upon cultivation and soil fertility.

7th phase

FLOWERS APPEAR - Plant completes growth of leaves and branches, and rests from labour or active growth. Growth is directed to produce flowers.

8th phase

FRUITION - Flowers drop petals, and fruit or seed pods ripen. Fruit is plucked.

9th phase

CLOSE of CYCLE or DORMANT PERIOD - Fruit that is not picked falls to the ground. Seed pods shaken by the winds distribute seeds for the next season and cycle. Fruit lies under leaf mulch and rots, leaving seeds to create a new plant in the spring.


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