Aiwass wrote:(v. 205) 60. There is no law beyond Do what thou wilt.
Sure, yeah, let's just wrap up all my thoughts on this in a few lines Uh-huh. Easy, right? <sarcasm>
This great Law has been the basis of most of this Book. I will limit myself here to two remarks.
First. this verse specifically says there is no higher law. It is, then, to this (currently) supreme articulation of the nature of reality that we must refer every
problem and every
puzzlement, in order to find their solutions.
Second, this follows on the last verses. Our right companions, our true brothers and sisters, are those who recognize this law, live their lives by it, and permit - nay, require! - that we live ours by it as well.
(This ultimate statement of Law is in the Geburan verse of the Shin section of the book.)