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Giving-Regiving

This New Principle applies equally in science, physics and philosophy. (see Law of Assimilation and Law of Sympathetic Association)
Reciprocal Giving-Regiving

Reciprocal Giving-Regiving


Russell
"Equal interchange between opposite conditions manifests the love principle of balance upon which God's universal body is founded. Whatever is true of God's universal body is true of man's body. It is the equality of balance between the giving and regiving of Nature which makes its transactions perpetual. The lack of the love principle of rhythmic balanced interchange in the transactions of men is the reason for the ills of the body and for the disasters which make continuance of relations between men impossible.

The seller of goods is also a buyer. If the seller gives less to his customers than the value of what he charges, he deprives his customer of the ability to regive that which the seller needs to again become a seller. By sacrificing the good-will which is the foundation of continuance in any business, the love principle has been substracted from the transaction in the measure of inequality of interchange.

Neither man nor nation can continue an interchange of relations upon a harmonious basis of multiplying power when the universal love principle is violated. The law of balance is absolute. He who breaks the law will be equally broken by it." [Russell,The Message of the Divine Iliad (external link), page 76-77]

"When you pray for God to show His love for you by giving your field good crops you must yourself give your love to your fields to regive His giving. Your love given to them is God’s love given to you for regiving. Your love and God’s love are ONE. Its manifestation is TWO in giving and regiving but that TWO is the ONE HEARTBEAT of God’s body, even as the swinging of the pendulum is the TWO of the ONE source of their manifestation." [Russell, Home Study Course, Unit One - Lesson 6.2]

Keely
"The eternally conscious entity - call it by whatever name we please - moves in cycles as eternal and infinite as itself; it oscillates and vibrates perpetually... " Keely, Dashed Against the Rock (external link) (underline added) See 14.30 - Effect of Preponderance and 14.31 - Preponderance Russell

Cayce
"And as ye give, so may ye receive. For with what measure ye mete, so is it measured to thee again. Make this clear in the experience of all." Cayce (1823-1)

"The body, with its physical condition, would do well to remember that the giving out of the mental attitude toward others, is the same as will be received to itself, and that as these thoughts or vibrations or expressions give out to others, we receive these in return; that if we would bring the best to self and others, we should give of our best to others, see." Cayce (3991-1)

"For all that ye may ever keep is just what you give away, and that you give away is advice, counsel, manner of life you live yourself." The manner in which you treat your fellow man, your patience, your brotherly love, your kindness, your gentleness. That you give away, that is all that ye may possess in those other realms of consciousness." Cayce (5259-1)

"Is there really the desire to know love, or to know the experience of someone having an emotion over self? Is it a desire to be itself expended in doing that which may be helpful or constructive? This can be done, but it will require the losing of self, as has been indicated, in service for others.... But arise to that consciousness that if ye would have life, if ye would have friends, if ye would have love, these things ye must expend. For only that ye give away do ye possess." Cayce (1786-2)

See Also

Dynaspheric Force
Father-Mother Principle
Gratitude
Law of Amra
Law of Assimilation
Law of Love
Law of Sympathetic Association
Rhythmic Balanced Interchange
Universal Heart Beat
Wave
Wave Field


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