There are many ancient philosophies that have formed and shaped the Law of Positivism Philosophy to what it is today.
I believe that one can never have enough information and knowledge and that we cannot ever be fully learned through this lifetime.
As nature changes, our nature changes and we are designed to be flexible and form our lives throughout life in order to find our path.
The most fundamental pillar of Law of Positivism is the one of energy. We are all energy, connecting with energy, integrating energy, emitting energy, absorbing energy, transforming energy, as well as everything around us is energy. If holding this as truth, we also understand that we are eternal and infinite. So if we are infinite, why should we be limited by somethings as mundane as thought?
We have been given the mind and thought as tools in order to create the reality that we live. We have the ability to change our perception in order to change our reality. Energy is created through thought and emotions and therefore the energy that we transmit to the world is fundamentally created through our conscious and sub-conscious mind.
The second pillar of Law of Positivism, that is interconnected with the law of energy, is that mind, body and soul all work together to create the energy that we transmit to the world. When one element is imbalanced, the others follow. So if we spend hours and hours on meditation, but go on with our day and not taking care of our body, feeding it unhealthy foods and substances, the benefit of meditation is not being fully affective. And if we eat healthy food, but don't take care of our mind and soul, we cannot truly stay vitalized. Through a holistic perspective and through understanding the correlation between mind, body and soul, we can truly integrate and align these elements within us and create homeostasis.
The third pillar of Law of Positivism is the practice of gratitude, to oneself, to others and to the Universe. This practice in itself is easy, just thinking about things you are grateful for early in morning or before going to bed, programs your mind to focus on what's beautiful in life (and there are so much beautiful things in life!) and to create more of it. When you express gratitude, you send out a vibration that the Universe responds to. The response will be giving you more to be grateful for.
I have chosen to guide myself and others through sharing my knowledge and teachings in order to raise the vibration of the world. I know that energy travels fast and if we can all apply these principles to life, we can create a better life and better world for us all.