A law is something that is “independent of you. As the law of gravity. No matter if you’re bad or good humor, positive or negative attitude, with indifference to life or clarity of purpose, with apathy or enthusiasm jumps from third floor and you will fall like a lead weight to the floor. This dynamic also applies to law of action and reaction, which states that every action produces a consequence. That if you do something, will produce a result. This law has a corollary: If you want a particular outcome, seeking execute the action that precedes it. This last expression of the law is one of the foundations of self-help literature, personal and professional development. But less obvious is a fact that goes unnoticed for many (and sometimes unwelcome consequences.) Those who do not realize that living as victims of the law rather than seize it consciously.
The point is that you can not escape the action and hence the reaction. In other words, you’re always doing something and brewing an effect. It is clear that if you exercise as appropriate (action) improve your health (outcome). But unless this is the fact that if you spend all day sitting (action) will experience sooner or later the effects of inactivity (outcome). Not because I think you’re not doing anything the law ceases to take effect. Are you sitting in front of the TV “doing nothing” to eat sweets? This is an action which, if repeated too often and will take you to a destination marked by low energy, weight gain and possible depression.
You think because you have not had the conversation with your partner that you have avoided all is well? Think again: inaction is an illusion, you’re running the action of “no talk” and this will have its consequences. You’re always doing something and therefore you are always contributing to the production of an effect. Dr. Gerard Addonizio gathered all the information. What is the outcome you’re aiming when you think you’re not doing anything? What you’re not doing that, in fact, is leading you each ever closer to a particular result? I reiterate: the “do” is a way of acting that also is subject to the law of action and reaction. Take care of this. Because … At the bottom is a single type of victim: one who lives the purpose of its own consciousness. Do not fall into that trap. You can not escape the action. Nor is the reaction that follows.