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Have you been seeking answers but not really finding them? Have your dreams started to feel like just that-dreams? Has the fear of what other people will think stopped you from being who you want to be and doing what you want to do? Does a fulfilled life feel like something meant for others, not for you?Erin Werley used to feel that way, too. Then, one day, she started to receive "deposits" from her inner voice, which calls itself "I Am." And everything in her life began to change. Most people would call One Truth, One Law: I Am, I Create a "channeled" book, but I Am is adamant that it isn't. As I Am puts it, "Every human is me. Every human can access me. When somebody says they're 'channeling' something outside of themselves, it's because they don't understand that they are God and that we are all one."Written as a series of conversations between I Am and Werley's husband, Phil, the message of One Truth, One Law is simple: Every single one of us is God. We just have a confused filter that thinks we're not God.I Am's intention with this book is not to offer you information that can only come through Werley. It's to teach you how to access your own inner voice so that you'll finally get answers to your questions. So that you'll be able to make your dreams a reality. So that you'll tap into your own God wisdom that no longer worries about what others think. So that you'll know a fulfilled life is something for you and not just other people.Once you really let it soak in that you are God, and you're here to further expand the universe through this physical experience, the limits on your dreams start to fall away.
Argues that The Secret, a way of thinking, has been found in oral traditions throughout history and that by understanding it and using it in every aspect of life, money, health, and happiness will follow.
Summary of Erin Werley's One Truth, One Law by Everest Media, Pdf
Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 I began having conversations with my inner voice, which turned out to be God. I didn’t have to do anything, I just had to allow it to flow.
The best evidence that this book characterizes the spirit of Buddhism correctly can be found in the welcome it has received throughout the entire Buddhist world. It has even been officially introduced in Buddhist schools and temples of Japan and Ceylon. The eminent feature of the work is its grasp of the difficult subject and the clear enunciation of the doctrine of the most puzzling problem of tman, as taught in Buddhism. So far as we have examined the question of tman ourselves from the works of the Southern canon, the view taken by Dr. Paul Carus is accurate, and we venture to think that it is not opposed to the doctrine of Northern Buddhism.
Truth. Universal law of the universe by Redik Kuluev Pdf
It describes the universal law of the universe. Truth – it, if it is true, must answer all questions – existential, scientific, philosophical, about the meaning of life. So many implications of this discovery. Here I tried to describe the quintessence of the fact that humankind searched for the entire history of its existence, and everything else that follows from this, and the consequences will be understood by you in a deductive way.
Truth Defended; or, a Vindication of the eternal law and everlasting gospel ... The third edition. Illustrated with explanatory notes and quotations at large. With an apology to the reader, by ... Charles De Coetlogon by John BEART Pdf
Law and Truth in Biblical and Rabbinic Literature by Chaya T. Halberstam Pdf
How can humans ever attain the knowledge required to administer and implement divine law and render perfect justice in this world? Contrary to the belief that religious law is infallible, Chaya T. Halberstam shows that early rabbinic jurisprudence is characterized by fundamental uncertainty. She argues that while the Hebrew Bible created a sense of confidence and transparency before the law, the rabbis complicated the paths to knowledge and undermined the stability of personal status and ownership, and notions of guilt or innocence. Examining the facts of legal judgments through midrashic discussions of the law and evidence, Halberstam discovers that rabbinic understandings of the law were riddled with doubt and challenged the possibility of true justice. This book thoroughly engages law, narrative, and theology to explicate rabbinic legal authority and its limits.
This book is an innovative contribution to analytical jurisprudence. It is mainly based on the distinct premises of linguistic philosophy and Carnapian semantics, but also addresses the issues of institutional philosophy, social pragmatism, and legal principles as envisioned by Dworkin, among others. Wróblewski ́s three ideologies (bound/free/legal and rational) and Makkonen ́s three situations (isomorphic/semantically vague/normative gap) of judicial decision-making are further developed by means of 10 frames of legal analysis as discerned by the author. With the philosophical theories of truth serving as a reference, the frames of legal analysis include the isomorphic theory of law (Wittgenstein, Makkonen), the coherence theory of law (Alexy, Peczenik, Dworkin), the new rhetoric and legal argumentation theory (Perelman, Aarnio), social consequentialism (Posner), natural law theory (Fuller, Finnis), and the sequential model of legal reasoning by Neil MacCormick and the Bielefelder Kreis. At the end, some key issues of legal metaphysics are addressed, like the notion of legal systematics and the future potential of the analytical approach in jurisprudence.
The Diversification and Fragmentation of International Criminal Law by Larissa van den Herik,Carsten Stahn Pdf
This volume deals with the tension between unity and diversification which has gained a central place in the debate under the label of ‘fragmentation’. It explores the meaning, articulation and risks of this phenomenon in a specific area: International Criminal Justice. It brings together established and fresh voices who analyse different sites and contestations of this concept, as well as its context and specific manifestations in the interpretation and application of International Criminal Law. The volume thereby connects discourse on ‘fragmentation’ with broader inquiry on the merits and discontents of legal pluralism in ‘Public International Law’.
The Right to Truth in International Human Rights Law by Julia Kertesz Pdf
The present book addresses the right to truth in the field of international human rights law. The objective is to verify the outlines of this right that make it unique, and which justify its own (disputable) existence in the human rights scenario as a legally binding norm. Departing from a historical perspective of the emergence of this right in International Law, the intent is to analyze the multiple debates that have marked the development of the right to truth throughout the past decades. It is explored, therefore, how the a priori abstract notion of truth became a right and the strict relation this has with the social mobilizations of victims of gross violations of human rights. To accomplish this, the book spans across the struggle, in particular, of the relatives of disappeared victims during the 1970's and 1980's when the dictatorships reigned in Latin America. It follows on the expansion of the right to truth during what has been known as the fight against impunity, until it reaches the main human rights courts. To finalize, it discusses the inclusion of the right to truth in the International Convention on the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance and the measures more commonly used to realize such right. In the book, it is concluded that the right to truth carries a singularity that is crucial for the protection of victims of gross human rights violations.
Law and Righteousness: an address to all who love the truth, “To prove all things,” before the Darbyite theory which rejects the Law be accepted. By Shonagarowane, a Mohawk Indian, living in Canada West; otherwise, in English, Isaac Bearsfoot by Anonim Pdf
Karma is the Uncreated Law of Truth and Justice. by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky Pdf
At the first flutter of renascent life, the mutable radiance of the Immutable Darkness passes from an inactive state into one of intense activity, and then begins its work through continuous differentiation and individualisation —propelled and ushered by Karma. Cosmic Cycles are subservient to the effects produced by this activity. Radiating from the rootless root-essence, the One Cosmic Atom becomes seven atoms on the plane of matter. Each atom is then transformed into a centre of energy, and radiates seven rays on the plane of spirit and seven creative forces in nature. The spiritual septenary on the right path and the material counterpart on the left, though they evolve in close embrace, remain separate till the end of the Kalpa. The visible Kosmos consists of self-produced beings, creatures of Karma. The true Buddhist denies the creation of Patristic fancy and regards the anthropomorphic God as a gigantic shadow thrown upon the void of space by the imagination of ignorant men. The task of analysing and classifying the human being as a terrestrial animal may be left to Science. But man’s inner, spiritual, psychic, and moral nature cannot be left to the tender mercies of an ingrained materialism. Molecularists such as Huxley demean certainty to probability, and rush to announce firm conclusions while the premisses are still to collect. They had sown wind and reaped the whirlwind. Within the global cycles of material descend and spiritual ascend, there are perpetual racial, national, and individual cycles of time ever returning upon themselves, periodically and intelligently, in Space and Eternity. The continuity and unity of history are principles of scientific divination, by which alone the mind penetrates the sealed records of the past and the unopened pages of the future. The whole past of the Earth is nothing but an unfolding present. The chief features of one’s life are always in accordance with the “constellation” one is born under, i.e., with the characteristics of its animating principle or the deity that presides over it. The closer the approach to one’s prototype “in heaven,” the better for the mortal whose personality was chosen by his own personal deity as its terrestrial abode. Our destiny is written in the stars. The closer the union between the mortal reflection, man, and his celestial prototype, the less dangerous the external conditions and subsequent reincarnations, which neither Buddhas nor Christs can escape. When the last strand is woven and man is enwrapped in the network of his own doing, he finds himself completely under the empire of his self-made destiny. It then either throws him like the inert shell against the immovable rock, or carries him away like a feather in a whirlwind raised by his own actions. Reason governs the world, its history, and its destiny. All else is subordinate and subservient to it, and the means for its development. Those who seek to satisfy their own purposes, are instruments of a higher and broader purpose, of which they know nothing, though they may realise it unconsciously. The law of evolution is now carrying us along the ascending arc of our cycle, when discordant effects will once again merge into counterbalanced causes, and all things will have regained their original harmony. The great Racial Cycles affect all the nations and tribes; but there are minor and national as well as tribal cycles within those, which run independently of each other. In the East they are known as Karmic cycles. In the West, since Pagan Wisdom has been repudiated as having grown from by dark powers supposed to be at constant war (and in opposition to the little tribal Jehovah), the awful significance of Karma-Nemesis has been entirely forgotten. But, in truth, Karma is the creator of nations and mortals; and it is they who make of her either a fury or a rewarding angel. There is not a single accident in our lives, not a misshapen day, which could not be traced back to our own doings in this or in a previous life. Karma-Nemesis is the synonym of Divine Providence, minus design, goodness, and every other finite qualification, so unphilosophically attributed to her. An Occultist will not speak of the goodness or cruelty of Providence; but he will teach that she guards the virtuous and watches over them in this, as in future lives; and that it punishes the evil-doer — even to his seventh rebirth. Were no man to hurt his brother, Karma would have neither cause to work for, nor weapons to act through. Nor would the ways of Karma remain inscrutable, were men to work in union and harmony, instead of disunion and strife. For our ignorance of those ways — which one portion of mankind calls the ways of Providence, dark and intricate; while another sees in them the action of blind Fatalism; and a third, mere chance, with neither gods nor devils to guide them — would surely disappear, if we would but attribute all these to their correct cause and learn how to be kind to each other. Karma is a law of occult dynamics, governing life throughout the universe, whether visible or invisible. Only the sceptics will shut their eyes, ostrich-like, to their own fate. This state will last till we begin acting from within, instead of ever following impulses from without; namely, those produced by our physical senses and barefaced selfishness. Until then, the only palliative to the evils of life is union and harmony — brotherhood in action, not simply in name. The suppression of one single bad cause will suppress not one, but a variety of bad effects, and hold back additional causes in a world already full of woe and evil. Karma is the unerring law of truth and justice which makes empires rise and fall, and adjusts even laughter at the mutual expense of sects, learned societies, and individuals. Prognostication of future events is neither prevision, nor prophecy: it is simply occult knowledge and mathematically correct computations that enable the wise men of the East to foretell, for instance, that the British Isles are on the eve of being destroyed by submarine volcanos and water, followed by France and other European countries, led by their own cycles of racial Karma.