The Law of One
Four Practical Meditation Exercises Explained

"The Law of One,...may be approximated by stating that all things are one, that there is no polarity, no right or wrong, no disharmony but only identity. All is one, and that one is love/light, light/love, the one Infinite Creator.

One of the primal distortions of the Law of One is that of healing.  Healing occurs when a mind/body/spirit complex realizes, deep within itself, the Law of One; that is, that there is no disharmony, no imperfection; that all is complete and whole and perfect.

Thus the intelligent infinity within this mind/body/spirit complex re-forms the illusion of the body, mind, or spirit to a form congruent with the Law of One.

The healer acts as energizer or catalyst for this completely individual process."

-Law of One, 4:20.

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Exercise One:

"Search for the peace/love in every moment.

Each time you do this the effect is multiplied. It is only diluted by insincerity. However, don't let that stop you because this communication of intent from self to self to seek love is so central an act of will that the loss of power from the friction [of insincerity] is inconsequential."

Exercise Two:

"The universe is one being.

When you view another person, see the Creator."

Exercise Three:

"Gaze within a mirror.

See the Creator."

Exercise Four:

Gaze at the creation which is about you and every entity. See the Creator.

The Prerequisite

The prerequisite for these exercises is to be in a state of meditation or contemplation so that these can be processed.

"Without [contemplation], the data will not sink down into the roots of the tree of mind, thus enabling and ennobling the body and touching the spirit."


(Adapted from The Law of One, Book 1 The Ra Material, Elkins, Reuckert and McCarty, 1984, p 114)

My Comments:

The "friction" of insincerity is what we feel when we attempt something for the first time, often described as "feeling fake". Ra states that this is of no consequence because the intention is really such "a central act of will."

* For those of us inclined to reject concepts with religious tones, let’s think of a few words for “creator”. How about the Source or “the living matrix’ or “the source field”?

Then there’s Rupert Sheldrake’s idea of “morphogenetic fields”. Or perhaps you can admit to parallels with another religious concept that you identify with, but the key here is that labels don’t matter when it comes to meditation and contemplation, feeling does!

Feel your way past the chatter of the mind into the realm of the heart where feeling rules.

Thanks to Gail who gave me these books and to David Wilcock who made me aware of them.