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  • If you think the Law of Attraction is all you need to know about spiritual law, think again… Using spiritual power to change your life and the lives of others depends on knowing Spirit (or being aligned with God/universal intelligence) and applying spiritual laws wisely. Much attention has been paid of late to the Law of Attraction due to huge amounts of publicity around “The Secret”, which started as a book, expanded to a DVD, and then became a movie. But there are other spiritual or universal laws that can be studied and applied. The two sets of seven laws that I will describe briefly in this article are probably the best known. Seven universal laws are attributed to Hermes Trismegistos of ancient Greece. These seven Hermetic laws are quite well known and are generally accepted by many as containing great truths. Other people believe that this is all a bunch of new age hooey; but from my own experience, I believe the truth is indeed there. The best treatment I’ve seen of the Hermetic laws is by Alan Seale in his book, Soul Mission, Life Vision. The Seven Universal or Hermetic laws are: The Law of Mentalism — Also known as the Law of Mind or the Law of Spirit. The law has two aspects. The first aspect states that everything is mind or spirit. Everything arises out of thought or universal consciousness. Thought creates. The second aspect is that everything exists within the mind of God, and the mind of God exists within everything. This is the core idea of many mystical traditions — that there is a great unity or oneness with God. The Law of Correspondence — This is often stated as “As above, so below. As below, so above.” The microcosm level of the human being corresponds to the macrocosm level of the universe. The inner level of objects held in thought corresponds to the outer level of objects in reality. The Law of Vibration — Also called the Law of Resonance. This law says that everything is in motion. Matter, […]

  • There are a number of websites that purport to have lawyers waiting to help. The reality is most of these websites are only attorney directories created by marketing teams who have no understanding of the law or, in many cases, who have no connection to a real lawyer or law firm. These online attorney directories often end up in the top of the search engine results. The marketing teams help ensure this happens. This leaves you, the consumer who is looking for an attorney, with the obstacle of having to evaluate the online attorney directory. Here are some tips for evaluating online lawyer directories as you search for the right lawyer. Determine whether the directory is a paid directory. Paid directories are those that require lawyers to pay a fee to be listed in the directory. Paid directories usually have the most accurate contact and practice area information. Attorneys who pay to be included in the directory have an interest in making sure their information is correct. The downside to these directories is they may have very few attorney listings. This raises the question as to what types of attorneys pay to be listed on an online legal directory. Many successful attorneys do not have to incur this expense in order to carry out their trade. Other very good attorneys do incur this expense, but most of them do not do it regularly. For example, attorneys who are just starting out, are changing practice areas, or are relocating to another state may initially use these directories as they establish their new law practices. Is this the type of lawyer you want to hire? If so, the paid legal directory may be just what you are looking for. Scrutinize free attorney directories. Not all free online lawyer directories are bad. There are some very good ones. The best online legal directories usually have some direct involvement by attorneys themselves. For example, many free online attorney directories have forums where lawyers answer free legal questions. This allows the attorneys to get the word out about their practice and their expertise, while helping […]

  • It never ceases to amaze me how many criminal cases in Denver go to a plea bargain without an attorney. In the end usually I hear from a defendant just how unhappy they are with the process and the disposition of the case. Of course hiring an attorney was not an option because of the cost associated with hiring an attorney or lawyer, and usually I hear about their previous experience which wasn’t a positive one. I think we have all hired an attorney or legal professional that just didn’t seem to give the services they charged for, and that is exactly why I am writing this post. Solid legal counsel is going to cost money; there is no way around that. Having excellent representation is worth more than handling negotiations with a District Attorney yourself; I have seen this first hand, over and over again. So with that being said, how do you locate that Denver attorney or Denver lawyer that is going to both fit your budget and give you the representation that you deserve?   First, start off with the consultation. It seems to me that most people will attend one consultation and then either hire that lawyer or not hire a lawyer at all. What I have found is that attending three or maybe even four consultations is the best way to make a decision as to whether or not you will need an attorney. I have never recommended that someone not hire an attorney, but there are those rare cases where just handling the case yourself probably makes better sense. For example a simple traffic violation versus a criminal charge like domestic violence, in the case of the traffic violation, this might be a case where I would negotiate with the Denver District Attorney myself. I know you are saying, “All this goes without saying, doesn’t it?” Yes it does, but I want to make certain that I am clear. For serious charges, it is rare that a defendant does not benefit from consulting with a Denver Criminal Defense Attorney. Your Denver Criminal Defense Lawyer […]

  • Getting a road bike can be a large commitment especially due to the fact you’re embarking onto a new hobby and passion. You never know where it could take you, in a few years time you could be cycling everyday and competing. However for now we’ll just assume you’re gearing and really excited to start your new hobby. Everyone needs to start somewhere and hopefully this guide is a good place to start. There are many different questions that beginners ask and this guide should cover the main ones. Below are some things to think about when looking to choose your road bike: ] Your Bike Compared To Your Skill Level A road bike should always be chosen with heavy regard to your skill level. Obviously if you’re a beginner you’re going to want a road bike that’s reliable, is comfortable, is the right price and has enough gears to help you get over challenging hills. You may be new to road bikes but not new to biking overall. Road biking is slightly different to standard biking but there are principles that apply. Look below and try and decipher what level you’re currently at when you bike or what level of commitment you’re trying to obtain. Low Level Biker Choosing a low level road bike can be tricky due to the fact many road bikes these days are very expensive. However all is not lost as you can get some great road bikes for decent prices if you look around. You may not get all of the features but you can be sure to get a road bike that does the job. If you’re just starting out and not sure how much you’re going to be using it then you should consider the pricing. Medium Level Biker A medium level biker is someone who has had a good amount of experience with bikes and many other different types including mountain and triathlon. A medium level biker should be looking at road bikes within the medium range which is anything up to 500. If you’re going to be taking it seriously then this is […]

  • One of the most important decisions a traumatic brain injury survivor must make following an accident is choosing the right attorney. Finding the best attorney for your case can be a daunting task, especially for someone with a brain injury. Choosing an attorney should not be taken lightly in Wisconsin, because the law here makes it extremely difficult to fire your personal injury attorney and find a new attorney to take over your case. The following 5 simple steps will help you find the right Brain Injury Attorney for your case. 1. Identify the Type of Case You Have Start by identifying your particular accident. If you were injured in an automobile crash, then you need an attorney handling auto accident claims. If, on the other hand, you were injured in a semi-truck crash, then you need an attorney that has successfully handled tractor-trailer accidents in the past. The Internet is a great resource to gather general information about your particular accident and finding an attorney with experience handling such a case. For example, conduct a web search for “(your state) Car Accident Attorney,” “(your state) Truck Accident Attorney,” etc. 2. Research Your Specific Type of Injury and Your Symptoms You should also conduct research on your specific type of injury and symptoms. For example, you could conduct a web search for “Mild Traumatic Brain Injury,” “Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury,” “Severe Traumatic Brain Injury,” “Post-Traumatic Headache,” “Dizziness,” etc. 3. Search for Names of Potential Attorneys Once you have identified what type of case and the type of injury you have, and have done some preliminary internet research, you can begin searching for attorneys that have experience in accident cases that result in injuries to the brain. Again you should turn to the Internet. The Yellow Pages may also be of benefit, however, because there is a limited amount of information that can fit on one page it is usually an inadequate resource. Television is even less helpful, because of the time limit on the ads and the insistence of some personal injury attorneys to run generic catch-all commercials promising a […]

  • Are Mahoning Valley's small jails too big a burden? In 2005, a 21-year-old man died after hanging himself from a sheet tied to a vent. The next year, a 42-year-old woman died after strangling herself with a telephone cord. In a parallel to the 2005 suicide, Peter Bugno, 43, died after hanging himself Sept. Read more on Youngstown Vindicator Cook County Jail chess program teaches inmates self-empowerment Throughout history, the game of chess has served as an apt metaphor for everything from love and war to racial politics and inner-city drug operations; its myriad lessons adaptable to one's present place, time and personal circumstances. At the Cook … Read more on Chicago Tribune

  • D.C. Madam Attorney Says One Ex-Wife, Two Ex-Girlfriends Have Election … Montgomery Blair Sibley, a former attorney for “D.C. madam” Deborah Jeane Palfrey, said Tuesday that one of his three ex-wives, two of his many ex-girlfriends and a close friend living abroad have CDs containing call records that could upend the … Read more on U.S. News & World Report Bridgegate defense attorney wants access to Gov. Christie's cellphone Chris Christie accused in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case says he wants access to the governor's cellphone. Attorney Michael Baldassare said Thursday that he will pursue emails, documents and Christie's phone as he fights to have charges … Read more on New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio

  • Deason and Koch give million to SMU Dedman Law for criminal justice reform Tuesday in Dallas, Deason announced that he and his family's foundation donated $ 3.5 million to Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law to create a legal institute that conducts innovative research and educational outreach efforts designed … Read more on Dallas Morning News Does assisted dying law pass the constitutional test? Section 1 of the Charter provides that its rights and freedoms are “subject to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.” The question, then, is whether Bill C-14's restrictions on the … Read more on Toronto Star Fast Food Industry Looks To Skirt Labor Law, With An Assist From Scott Walker The law prohibits state labor agencies and judges from applying the same logic the federal National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has invoked in recent years to eat away at a common corporate liability shield. Wisconsin is the seventh state to enact … Read more on ThinkProgress

  • Local pharmacologist testifies at nun's DWI trial Dr. Francis Gengo has testified for many defense attorneys in DWI cases, including here in Genesee County in 2010. Last week he was the main defense witness in the trial of a Philadephia nun charged with drunk driving and crashing into an auto repair … Read more on The Daily News Online DWI trends State Police in Warren, Washington and northern Saratoga counties listed 12 DWI or drugged driving arrests just in our mostly rural area over the weekend. And that's just arrests by the state troopers. (Only 10 are listed in this blotter, two others … Read more on Glens Falls Post-Star (blog) Woman in Halloween DWI case pleads 'guilty' HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (KTHV) – A woman accused of drinking and driving in a neighborhood on Halloween 2014 has been convicted of several charges. Twila Watson, 29, pleaded guilty Tuesday to battery, aggravated assault, and DWI. Authorities said Watson … Read more on

  • Israel should stop playing the victim card, MK tells Washington audiences “If there's something I learned from my grandfather's story, it is not to be a victim,” she said in her Knesset speech. “I have the great privilege to be part of the flow of generations committed to this project, the State of Israel, and the way it … Read more on Jerusalem Post Israel News West Valley City hit-run victim dies of injuries A man struck by a hit-and-run driver earlier this month in West Valley City has died of his injuries. West Valley City police spokeswoman Roxeanne Vainuku confirmed Friday that Kory Hansen, 38, had been taken off life support Thursday evening and was … Read more on Salt Lake Tribune Victim says felon made threats with handgun A Lafayette police detective was in the right place at the right time. On Wednesday, Detective Mark Pinkard was in a Schuyler Avenue Village Pantry — where an armed robbery was reported the day before — when a woman walked in and said she had just … Read more on Journal and Courier

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