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Universal Law of Dharma (30 of 52 Series}

Universal Law of Dharma (30 of 52 Series}

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Welcome to The Dr. Erin Podcast. This is a top spiritual psychology coach podcast to inspire and teach you how to transform your trauma, birth your soul’s purpose, and manifest your dreams. Learn the best coaching tips, spiritual advice, trauma healing, and metaphysical recovery secrets. I’m here to help you monetize your spiritual gifts and love your life.  I want you to know that I’ve been exactly where you are and I believe in you. Together, we are awakening the world.  

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Dr. Erin is committed to bridging spirituality, science, and psychology. She is forging ‘New Thought Wisdom’ in the study of Spiritual Psychology; the study of how everything is created from Source at a soul level.

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Transcript

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This is

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Live from Los Angeles. Welcome to the Dr. Aaron show. We're all about manifestation transformation and breakthroughs. It's time to claim your birthright of prosperity, vitality and love. So grab your tea, coffee, because together we're awakening the world. May you live your truth? I have a question for you. What is your spiritual gift? Are you clairvoyant? Are you psychic? Do you have the ability to channel, or maybe you do mediumship or some other ability I'd like to invite you to consider that your spiritual gift is none of those, your true spiritual gift is you. All of you, your dark, your light, your human beingness, your struggles, your triumphs, along with your supernatural, which is actually natural abilities. So today we're gonna dive into the law of Dharma. We're on of 52 series. This is number 30 of, of 52 series knowing right here, and right now the truth of who you are.

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So let's do this thing. Welcome to the Dr. Aaron podcast. We come together each day to know the truth, live on spiritual principle and align with universal law. We also come together as a community in society and new thought global. We truly believe that when somebody awakens, they have a gift and message to bring to the world and together we're awakening the world. So let's dive on into this today. The law of Dharma, number 30 of 52 series, the law of Dharma states that each person has a special gift, a unique purpose and message to bring to the world. You have a unique talent that no other individual in the world has through the intention of working for the highest good and out of service. This law unlocks the divine within the entire cosmos has aligned for you to take on a physical form to fulfill this calling.

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There's a message and a gift within you that the world thirsts for. You're the only person in the entire universe with this divine purpose. Your divine purpose is your destiny. So it brings me to the story of Kobe Bryant, Kobe Bryant, as probably most of you guys know, or maybe not, because maybe you're not into basketball and like me, when Kobe Bryant passed away, I didn't really know who Kobe Bryant was to tell you the honest truth. I knew he was a basketball player, but I was profoundly impacted by the world and their grieving and everything that were people were saying about this man, Kobe Bryant. So I got curious and I ended up watching a documentary on him, called the muse and ended up watching some YouTube channels and really was touched by his life. Kobe Bryant was an extraordinary man. He grew up with a father that was a basketball player, and he began to really become obsessed with basketball.

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And he moved around all over the world and he didn't have a lot of friends growing up, but he found solace in basketball and he built a life, an extraordinary life based on his love. He ended up of course, you know, coming to Los Angeles, marrying his wife, having children. And he would go in and he said he would do something like an extra thousand shots a day beyond what was, uh, kind of normal standard training. He ended up of course becoming one of the best basketball players in history and, um, you know, made championship and, and so on and so forth. Kobe Bryant superpower may have been making shots, basketball shots, but what his real superpower and his Dharma was, was being an extraordinary human being. And I get chills. As I say this, he taught us what it meant to be a king.

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He taught us what it meant to be somebody who stood for his teammates, his family, everything. He went through struggles, just like every one of us, extraordinary struggles, but who he was in his Dharma, his chopping of wood every day in every single way was being an extraordinary basketball player, father, husband, friend, uh, community icon, you name it. That was his Dharma. And so I want you to consider that your superpower, your Dharma, if you will, is not what you think it may be. You know, Kobe Bryant could have been an extraordinary award winning, uh, you know, medal winning basketball player. I can't even know what it was called. <laugh>, that's how bad I am a basketball, right? Like he could have been the best of the best. And he clearly was, you know, but it wouldn't have meant anything without his heart. It wouldn't have meant anything without who he was.

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And the love that he put into his work, he could have been a jerk. He could have been just showed up and, and became the world champ, but doesn't, didn't do anything with his heart around it. Okay. And the point is, is this is that you can have an Uber driver that drives you right. And jump into a taxi Uber driver and, uh, an Uber car. And the driver can literally make you not like human beings. You know, an one Uber driver is doing the same task as the next Uber driver. And one Uber driver could make you begin to give up on the human race. Right. And then the next Uber driver, which is, this has happened to me the next Uber driver, you know, I'd gone through some Uber drivers. I was like, oh my gosh, I'm never taking Uber again. And I really just am really concerned about the human race at large.

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And then the next Uber driver, I got into an Uber and connected with the driver. And the driver began to tell me his story of struggles, but also began to tell me about how he, you know, would get his mind, right. And really stayed in, in a positive mood and really touched my life. That was his DMA. So what is Dharma? And we wanna recognize that your Dharma is what you do, right? Your Dharma is what do you do? You chopping wood, Kobe Bryant, chopped wood. He went and shot shots. He showed up every day on that court fully a thousand percent and became the best of the best. But what made him it be his Dharma was that he was working for the highest good. He was working at a service, not only for himself, but for his team, for his community. And for really, for all human beings to take a look at what it meant to be extraordinary.

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So my question for you is what's your chopping wood? What is your chopping wood quote quote, right? What are you gonna do every day? That's having you become the expert that you truly want to be. And the real question is how are you gonna put your heart into it? How are you gonna work for the highest good through chopping wood? Does it matter if you're a dishwasher or if you're a world renowned public speaker, you still can touch, inspire, and have it be working for the highest of the highest and, and truly find the divine presence within whatever you're doing. So, as you guys know, there's a formula that I teach for birthing your purpose and calling, and it is your triumphs plus your passion, plus your skill set. Okay? You can't have triumph without actually doing your work. Okay? So it's like, it's like Kobe Bryant showing up on the court and having him be pissed off in all areas of his life.

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And he talks about that the whatever is called the, the mumbo or whatever he call, he calls it something where he turns on and uses that power for the highest good. He turned on that, that frustration, that pissed offness, but he used it and directed that energy. Right? So having triumph is, you know, we do inner work. We do trauma work. We do all that to become to the triumph, to come to the triumph. The passion is getting clear of what your core values are and what really matters to you in this life. And then, and birthing that purpose outta that. And then your skillset is understanding what you really are good at, right? You have a talent, you're talented at certain things. You're not so talented at other things. You can develop talents for sure. But what do you love to do? Are you an innovator?

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Are you an implementer? Are you a detail person? What kind of a type are you, what talents do you have? Right. So again, it's your triumph plus your passion, plus your skill skillset equals your, your, your purpose. Right? So obviously with Kobe Bryant, his, his triumph was really over becoming an extraordinary human being, you know, from somebody that was not connected to anybody coming from being a child, going around the whole world to being so connected in his community and in his team and in his family and everything, that was his triumph. It was his story. That's why we love his story so much was what he came from. And the trials that he had, his passion cleared, it was basketball, straight up basketball and everything that took to be a good basketball player, which included being a team member and his skill set clearly was making shots.

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Man. He made shots like no other made shots, right? So we want to recognize and know that your Dharma is not just some ability that you turn on and that you should give your, you know, clairvoyant to the Chlo or whatever it is to the world or your natural supernatural abilities or your spiritual gift, right? It's the whole story behind it. Your Dharma includes your story. It includes everything. So I want you to consider that your true spiritual gift is you, your Dharma is you. And all of you, your dark, your light, your human beingness, your struggles, your triumphs, along with your, you know, supernatural or talents or whatever it is, abilities, your true Dharma includes all of it. We want all of it. That's why we loved Kobe Bryant so much. So what is your talent? What is your message? And what is your purpose?

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Your Dharma is what you do every day. I'm gonna state it one more time. Universal law states that each person has a special gift, a unique purpose, and a message to bring to the world. You have a unique talent that no other individual in the world has through the intention of working for the highest good. And at a service, this law unlocks the divine within the entire cosmos has aligned for you to take on a physical form, to fulfill this calling. There's a message and a gift within you that the world thirsts for you are the only person in the entire universe with this divine purpose. Your divine purpose is your destiny. So today, as you go into your day, recognizing what is your chopping of wood? What are you doing every day? That's in service, that's for the highest good. And if that be showing up at the court at 5:00 AM to make that extra shots, or that be going the extra mile to open the door for somebody that's walking into the grocery store, that's, you know, having issues or whatever, what is your talent?

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What is your, what is your chopping of wood that you're doing for the highest good every day I wake up and I know that truth getting truth out to the world is my chopping of wood. Maybe it's through a podcast, maybe it's through, you know, content I'm building for the back end. Maybe it's getting on social media. Maybe it's working with one person, maybe it's, whatever it is. Every day I'm chopping wood chopping wood to teach truth. That is my chopping wood. How do I do that in the highest service? How do I do it in extraordinary way? I'm finding my heart in it and finding my heart in it. It's not easy. Sometimes, you know, managing hundreds of women can be, can be hard sometimes. And some absolutely love me. And there's a couple that I know that don't hold me in the highest and it's hard.

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Sometimes it breaks my heart. And I know, and I have to know that I have to just keep shopping wood and keep finding my heart and keep doing what I can do for the highest. Good. And so I just want everyone to know that I I'm human too, you know, and I love each and every one of you, like you have no idea. And I know that it, truth prevails, truth prevails. And I know that you may not see it now, but I promise you will see it. I know because I have had mentors that I thought, oh my gosh, what? They're not the nicest. Or they don't say it in the nicest way. And I look back and I go, oh, they actually really, really love me. They loved me so much. They were willing to call me out on stuff. They were willing to, you know, not just be fluffy.

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And I appreciate that in myself. And I appreciate that in other teachers I've had, and I know that it is the chopping of wood. And so today I recognize you have a Dharma. You have something to deliver to this world and chopping of wood and bringing your heart into it is where all transcends. So I just say, I'm so grateful for this day. I am so grateful for my Dharma. I am so grateful for my career. I absolutely feel like I hit the lottery a hundred times over. And so I just say yes to you doing what you do in your Dharma. What do you do every day for the highest? Good. Okay. I love you guys very much. And may you live your truth? And so also just on a side note, we are super excited with in soul site and new thought global, we are developing more and more community along with our programs.

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