The first spiritual law is Throw Away Theology And Stand Naked Before The Worst Life Can Do! What do you fear the most? Smile, and ask it to dance! Allow your fear to show you what it has to reveal. Joseph Campbell said, "What you seek lies far back in the darkest corner of the cave you most do not want to enter." Your refuge is yourself. As you truly are. Your essential nature and your innate virtues are all you need to face what must be faced and to do what needs to be done. But, there is a catch. You have to live with nothing to gain, not caring what your chances are. Seeking only to find your life and live it, doing what is called for in each situation as it arises, no matter what-- and allowing things to fall into place around that-- knowing, "The path that can be discerned as a path is not a reliable path," and living "like the wind that blows where it will," in the service of what needs to happen, here/now, which you determine, not by thinking or believing, but by feeling/sensing/intuiting/ instinctively knowing and being attuned to the moment of your living, "without hope, without witness, without reward" (Steven Moffat, Doctor Who), and letting that be that, in a "Do your work and step back" (Lao Tzu) kind of way, all your life long. If you are willing, "the game is afoot!" (Sherlock Holmes), Be off and into the moment that awaits! The door is closing, squeeze through!