Nov 13, 2010
A good, basic definition of efficiency is the measure of the input which becomes the intended output. If, for instance, a car get 8 miles per gallon and another car gets 25 miles per gallon, the latter is more efficient because it will get more miles out of the same amount of gasoline. The inefficiency comes out as noise, heat, and all sorts of other things that are not travel.
In spiritual matters, the same principle applies. The more efficient your work is, the more of your input will produce the desired output. The inefficiency results in your input becoming something else that is not the desired result. And some of the main causes of inefficiency in spiritual matters usually are such factors as hate, ange and negativity.
But - we all have these issues. And most of us are wise enough to admit to having these issues. So, what can we do?
That's one of those "secrets in plain sight" which can cause great things to happen in spite of the nature of the mundane world!