MKE Week 7 – Seven Laws

Seven Laws


Are you aware of the Seven Laws of the Mind?  These seven laws that are natural laws guide various aspects of life.  As part of the Master Key Experience we have the honor of reading these seven laws on a daily basis.  Keys to success if one really takes the time to think about it.   And a good time to think about it would be during a sit, while taking the time to visualize your future success as I mentioned during last year’s journey.

So what are the Seven Laws you ask?  This week I thought I would share them, including my interpretive summary.


Seven Laws of the Mind


Law of Substitution

One can’t think about two things at once.  So when a negative thought invades the mind try to think of another pleasant thought or memory or even God instead.  The key being to “resist evil” by being the watchman at the gate.

Law of Relaxation

Infinite intelligence can only be accessed by relaxation of thought.  The key to progressing mentally and not defeating oneself is to have a calm state of mind, unlike with physical progression that means reducing effort.

Law of Practice

The 5 P’s are at play – Perfect Practice Prevents Poor Performance. The iconic coach John Wooden mentions that when studying the success of others one will find that “you’ll find most of it is practice, the rest is work.”  So if one wants to improve on the other six laws practice the correct things.

Law of Forgiveness

Avoid roadblocks in connecting the subconscious mind with the Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent Creator by forgiving everyone.  Don’t allow anger or resentment to exist towards others, even if it’s justified as this prevents a connection.

Law of Dual Thought

Any feeling that one wants can be attached to a thought, as thought is a combination of ideation and feeling.

Law of Subconscious

The subconscious works constantly, 24-7, via accessing of a reservoir of infinite resources, towards manifesting demand as it accepts an idea it becomes demand.

Law of Growth

What one thinks about grows while what one forgets about atrophies.


I’m curious to hear what your thoughts on these important Seven Laws of the Mind!


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Now what will be uncovered in week 8 of this courageous adventure?


  1. John Francetic says

    Brad, thank you for sharing these Seven Laws of the Mind. When we use these laws correctly, we can become our desired best selves. From your blog rover friend John.

    1. bradcruises says

      So true my friend.

  2. LOREN TAYLOR says

    Brad, I suggest you keep a copy of these 7 Laws in your glove compartment. That way if you ever get pulled over, you can hand them to the guy wearing the badge and say, “These are the real Laws, officer! Well, maybe not. LOL 🙂

  3. Nancy O says

    Loren is going to get you arrested! LOL! Like I said in the post card – The Seven Laws of the Mind – not just a good idea, it’s the law! ~Nancy O. (Until the blogroll is corrected, please follow my blog at: – Thanks!)

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