DISCUSSION QUESTIONS FOR THE LAWS OF SPIRIT: SIMPLE POWERFUL TRUTHS FOR MAKING LIFE WORK BY DAN MILLMAN
1) What was your overall opinion of the book?
2) On p. 14, Millman writes, as sage to seeker, “Doing is understanding…” Ernest Holmes wrote in the Science of Mind textbook, “One of the great difficulties in the new order of thought is that we are likely to indulge in too much theory and too little practice. As a matter of fact, we only know as much as we can prove by actual demonstration.” (p. 51.1) How is your balance?
3) On p. 22.9, the sage says, “Unless you realize you have the power to say no, you can never really say yes.” Do you agree or disagree?
4) On p. 31.6, the sage says, “Lasting progress doesn’t happen in a few dramatic moments, but hour by hour, day by day.” Do you agree or disagree? If you agree, why do you think this is so?
5) On p. 38.3, the sage says, “Whenever you have a problem, it involves something past or future.” Do you agree or disagree?
6) Why do you think that the sage says that compassion starts with oneself? (p. 47.2)
7) On p. 55.3, the sage says, “Faith means living with uncertainty.” Do you agree or disagree?
8) Why does the sage say, “Only your deepest underlying assumptions have the power to shape your reality?” What is she getting at?
9) What, according to the sage, is the relationship between integrity and authenticity? (p. 71)
10) On p. 75.5, the sage says, “This world is a realm of energy and action; no matter what you know or who you are—no matter how many books you have read or what your talents—only action brings potential to life. Do you agree or disagree?
11) What does the Law of Cycles teach us about patience? (pp. 84-87)
12) According to the sage, what does surrender mean? What doesn’t it mean? What does it do for us? (pp. 90-91; 96).
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