Dharma - indomitable force of nature that sustains all good

Dharma: Indomitable Force of Nature that Sustains Harmony and Order

Dharma is the indomitable force of nature that sustains harmony, order and all good in the world. It supports and sustains evolution of life and discourages all that is opposed to it.

Dharma  promotes spiritual freedom and worldly prosperity. Living in your Dharma refers to right way of living, living in accord with all the laws of nature. Dharma is your natural duty in life. Naturally, this includes all moral goodness and right action, all the principles that support life.

Living in your dharma means that what you are doing what you are meant to be doing. This means it benefits yourself as well as others. As well, your action is dharmic when it supports spiritual growth. You’re also in your dharma when you have the skills and resources to do it easily and you get more energy from that activity than you spend.

When you think about doing a particular job, for example, how does it make you feel? Is the idea exciting? Does it meet your particular requirements for physical, mental and emotional comfort? If the feeling in your heart is light, happy and enthusiastic about a particular occupation, then it is most likely the direction to pursue.

You can test an action in another way to see if it is dharmic by taking a step in the direction of your idea. In this situation the step may go easily and the environment around you seems to rise up to support. This indicates that another step is in order. If you try and try and it just doesn’t work, this is an indication that you would be better off moving in another direction.
You have the internal resources to approach your situation with wisdom. These principles apply to all life decisions, not just selecting an occupation. Therefore, you can always use them to get clear answers on any question.

 Cosmic Dharma of Human Beings