Are You Leading Your Life at Cause or Effect?

Are You Leading Your Life at Cause or Effect?

Posted on Tuesday, October 19th, 2010 at 2:25 pm and is filed under Articles, Life, Uncategorized | 0
Cause and effect

What is cause and effect

Living at cause is when you take responsibility of whatever happens in your life. The understanding being that you are at responsible but not at fault. At effect, you are pointing a finger at anyone and anything taking all responsibility from you to circumstances outside you. Things just happen to you, there is no control what so ever on your part. We will look at the consequences of being at either of the two sides. Whether good or bad in life you are either at cause or effect depending on your perception and projection of your experiences.


People on the effect of circumstances are always looking for reasons or excuses and hence never have any results. They are always pointing the finger away from themselves. As you may have heard, every time you point a finger outward, there are 3 fingers pointing back at you. You prevent yourself from getting the learning because after all you are not to blame.


Here you create and choose circumstances in your experience. At least that’s your believe system. You choose to believe that whatever happens you have chosen and therefore you can un-choose these experiences. However sometimes you may beat yourself up which will be going to the effect side. If you believe you create your experiences in life through your actions or non-actions you get results. You know that when you get rid of your reasons and excuses results appear. If you read the Children’s parable by Neale Donald Walsch `The Little Soul in The Sun,’ you will understand that at some level- you have chosen your experiences here on earth.

I hope if you have read this far, you have questioned your position in the cause and effect. It helps to be at cause as that perception will help you automatically take control of situations and experiences. Take a look at our free ebook that can help you break down your own map to happiness.

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