The Reaping Principle

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This course is the first one we recommend for you to take, as it is the foundation on which all our other courses are built. Understanding the Reaping Principle will make it easier to understand other principles taught in the other courses, as well as applying the principles to your life.

So what is the Reaping Principle?

Whether you call it Karma, The Secret, The universe, The wheel, The Law of Attraction – it’s all the same thing – what you sow you will reap.

Actions have consequences.

When you do something, something will happen.

Now before you roll your eyes ’cause you’ve like heard this a million times before, right? I want you to get this: no matter your faith, no matter your belief systems, no matter your orientation, color, creed, history, education – no matter anything about you – whether you believe in this or not, this is one undeniable fact of life:

What you sow, you shall reap. You will find what you are looking for. You will get what you are asking for. Whatever door you’re knocking on, will be opened.

The question isn’t whether it will happen, the question is when. And even more than that: do you REALLY want it to?

Do you know what you want? Do you know what you are working towards? Do you know what drives you? Do you know why you do what you do, or why you don’t do what you don’t do?

The thing is, a lot of us are not sure of what we really want, so we do not have a real true desire to get anything. And then you complain when you don’t get anything. But what do you want? You will get what you want, but then you actually have to want it.

This course will help you to understand the Reaping Principle, what it really is and how it works. Why it is important to be mindful of what you do, think and say, and how to cultivate that mindfulness.

I’ve known a lot of people who love to complain about their lives, but when you offer them the solution to change it, they don’t take it. Because although they are complaining, they don’t really want it to change. If you are one of those, this course will be lost on you. Don’t waste your time, just do something else. But if you are serious about changing something in your life, this will help you. I can guarantee a change – I cannot guarantee it’s level, whether it will be good or bad, purely because I can’t see what you do and I can’t read your intentions. But if you follow this course, if you actively apply it in your life, I can guarantee that SOMETHING will change.

So, do you want something to change?

Let’s begin!

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What Will You Learn?

  • How to sow into your life positively, turning your life into a positive direction

Course Content

Introduction
This course is the first one we recommend for you to take, as it is the foundation on which all our other courses are built. Understanding the Reaping Principle will make it easier to understand other principles taught in the other courses, as well as applying the principles to your life. So what is the Reaping Principle? Whether you call it Karma, The Secret, The universe, The wheel, The Law of Attraction – it’s all the same thing – what you sow you will reap. Actions have consequences. When you do something, something will happen. Now before you roll your eyes 'cause you've like heard this a million times before, right? I want you to get this: no matter your faith, no matter your belief systems, no matter your orientation, color, creed, history, education - no matter anything about you - whether you believe in this or not, this is one undeniable fact of life: What you sow, you shall reap. You will find what you are looking for. You will get what you are asking for. Whatever door you’re knocking on, will be opened. The question isn’t whether it will happen, the question is when. And even more than that: do you REALLY want it to? Do you know what you want? Do you know what you are working towards? Do you know what drives you? Do you know why you do what you do, or why you don’t do what you don’t do? The thing is, a lot of us are not sure of what we really want, so we do not have a real true desire to get anything. And then you complain when you don’t get anything. But what do you want? You will get what you want, but then you actually have to want it. This course will help you to understand the Reaping Principle, what it really is and how it works. Why it is important to be mindful of what you do, think and say, and how to cultivate that mindfulness. I’ve known a lot of people who love to complain about their lives, but when you offer them the solution to change it, they don’t take it. Because although they are complaining, they don’t really want it to change. If you are one of those, this course will be lost on you. Don’t waste your time, just do something else. But if you are serious about changing something in your life, this will help you. I can guarantee a change – I cannot guarantee it’s level, whether it will be good or bad, purely because I can’t see what you do and I can’t read your intentions. But if you follow this course, if you actively apply it in your life, I can guarantee that SOMETHING will change. So, do you want something to change? Let’s begin!

  • How to use the course
  • Opening Quiz
  • The Why
  • The What

The What
Now that we know why we need to learn about the Reaping Principle, let’s learn what it is and how it works. If you have a pot with soil and some seeds, I want you to consider it as we work our way through this important life principle I bet you think that you know the basics of the Principle: I mean, you get what you give – right? But there is a couple of facts about this principle that is sometimes not mentioned, or even considered, and we need to discuss it here. Let’s just discuss quickly what it is not: It is not a get rich quick tool. It is not a get rich tool, period. It’s got nothing to do with money. If you want money out of this, you’re in the wrong place. It’s not a tool for revenge. It doesn’t work on anyone else but YOU and YOUR life. Trying to use the Reaping Principle to get back at someone will fail miserably and you will be worse off than what you were before you began. This speaks to intent, and we will discuss that a bit later. So, what is then?. EVERYTHING you do is a seed you plant. EVERYTHING you say, is a seed you plant. EVERYTHING you dwell on, is a seed you plant. Until you understand that you are literally planting your future by what you choose to do, think or say today, good or bad, nothing in your life will really change. The entire course rests on this principle. Let’s look at the 5 basic facts of the Principle: Fact nr. 1: You plant one seed, but you reap many fruits. Fact nr. 2: You can only reap what you sow. Fact nr. 3: You sow today but reap some time in the future. Fact nr. 4: The best harvest comes from a tended garden. Fact nr. 5: Intentions matter. We will now discuss each fact in detail.

The How
It is one thing to know what something is, and even how it works, but if you don't know HOW to use it, or apply it, it still cannot do anything. Whether it's an engine or a principle - if you don't know the HOW, it's useless. I've read many books and articles, for various aspects of my life, trying to find ways to improve or change it. And almost all of them are really inspirational. You finish the book/video and you feel inspired, like you can take on the world and change your life and a week from now, my life will have changed, just like they said... Except, when I actually have to do something, I don't know what to do. The very inspirational message did not give any guidance as to how to apply it. And it loses its meaning. So with this course, I want to make sure that you understand exactly why you need to learn about the Reaping Principle, what it really is, AND how to apply it in your life. Whether you actually do something, is entirely up to you, though. Even with all the tools in the world, if you don't use it, it still won't achieve anything.

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