The Cyclic Law
For thousands of years, people have recognized patterns in time. The Scripture
says that there is "a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted,"
(Ecclesiastes 3:2). Scientists recognize great cycles in the natural world.
Economists understand that business runs in cycles. How many times have you heard someone say
that a successful person "just seemed to be at
the right place at the right time?"
Each of us is born into time, thus creating our own personal cycles of growth.
Changing cyclic conditions affect our environment, thoughts, and emotions for
a specific period of time. They influence the type of year, month, day, or hour
we are experiencing.
The Kabalarian Philosophy is unique in that it teaches how we can measure cyclic
influences to determine their quality during any given period. There are specific
times to start projects, promote growth, and reap the rewards of success.
The Kabalarian Philosophy teaches how to calculate your personal cycle to determine
what influences you are experiencing and will experience in the future.
The Cyclic Law applies to business and personal life. It influences our thinking
and affects relationships. With an understanding of cycles, one can create
successful projects and minimize frustration. Of course, ignoring cycles or
working against them, creates frustration and failure. It is the same as if a
farmer were to plant a crop in winter instead of spring—nothing will grow.
Understanding cycles gives greater control over your life by knowing the natural
pattern of growth through time. It can be likened to being aware of the weather
report for the coming day: if it is rainy, you bring an umbrella, which is better
than being surprised and suffering the deluge.
Learn more about your personal cycle for this year.
Learn more about philosophy study of the Cyclic Law.
Learn more about personalized, detailed daily cycle charts.