Recently I wrote a series on the each of the 12 universal laws.
It was a fun series to share and I plan to write posts on the 21 sub laws in the near future, but first I thought I’d take a break and analyze what I’ve learned from the first 12, then chill for a bit and entertain you with a few other gripping upcoming topics from my never ending vault!
Before I go onto do that though, I just wanted to recap and analyze this twelve-day journey, summarize each law below and share my two bits on them!
Though I was familiar with the Law of Attraction and perhaps one or two others, I was intrigued to discover how each the other 12 universal laws tie in and work together.
I love that although each have a different message, when it comes right down to the core, they are all centered around the power of the human mind, our attitude and paint such a clear picture of the fact we are all responsible for our set of circumstances and have the power to control our own destiny as well as how we view all aspects of every day life.
When some people hear mention of the ‘universe’ and universal laws, their eyes roll in their heads and its obvious they feel they’re all fluff and ‘la la’ talk, but if one is willing to just absorb the messages, they really are quite basic and sensible.
Here’s just a brief recap of each of the twelve universal laws, but if you’re so inclined to learn more , click the name of each one for further info!
The Law of Divine Oneness states that we are all one and everything is connected to everything else and that every feeling, thought and action affects others, whether we realize it or not.
The Law of Vibration This law states that everything in the universe is constantly moving and made up of vibrational energy. This not only affects solid matter but even our thoughts and feelings, etc., and depending on our emotional state, we give off these vibrations at different frequencies
In other words, what we feel or think on the inside is what we put out on the outside.
The Law of Action confirms that ‘action’ must be taken on our part in order to manifest our desires. Action is absolutely necessary when working towards our thoughts, dreams and goals, etc.
The Law of Correspondence explains how your outside is a mirror image or direct reflection of your inside or how your inner “corresponds” with your outer!
In other words, if you are depressed and miserable on the outside, you are likely the same on the inside and it’s definitely the way you will come across to those around you.
The Law of Cause and Effect teaches that for every action you perform (good or bad); there will always be a reaction in direct proportion. (So always watch your “P’s & Q’s”!
The Law of Compensation is quite encouraging and states that regardless of what you are working towards, you will eventually reap results/rewards in direct accordance to the effort you put forth, as long as you go about it with the correct positive mindset.
So if there are times you feel like quitting, don’t! Success could be just around the corner.
The Law of Attraction explains that our thoughts, feelings, actions and words throw off energy to attract like energies. In other words, positive energy attracts positive and negative attracts negatives. It’s a choice really… so we should pay attention to what we attract into our lives.
The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy –Quite a mouthful, but quite a simple concept explaining that everything (and I mean everything) starts as a thought or idea and depending on the type of energy or attention we give it, it will eventually manifest physically.
The Law of Relativity teaches the fact that everything we feel or experience is all relative to something else. I.e.: things are only what we make of them and often in relation to others, our situations may be adversely different.
Also, I’ve heard it put that each of us will have a series of tests in life for the purpose of building strengths relative to our successes.
The Law of Polarity states that there are polar opposites or two sides to everything. This is kind of a nice law to acknowledge and when applied to life in general.
If you think about it, if there was no outside, there would be no inside, with no pain, there would be no pleasure, If there was no failure, there would be no success and no sadness, and there would be no happiness.
If you’re feeling less than optimal, improvement can be achieved by concentrating on the opposite!
The Law of Rhythm an uplifting law that tell us how everything moves in a constant state of rhythm; what goes up must come down, and vice versa, but more importantly when applied to our emotions and particularly in the tougher times, its comforting to know that things will move back into normalcy.
In other words if you’re spirits are down, they will rise again!
The Law of Gender explains that not only does everything take male or female, but also a gestation period to develop. This is also true for ideas. If we nurture them the way we should, they too will develop into fully developed physical manifestations.
I hope you enjoyed this journey and have learned something about the 12 universal laws. I know I sure did and while I have already stated I am not a ‘new age’ type person… I found you don’t have to be.
Simply acknowledging the basic principles can certainly prompt you to analyze your own attitude and the way you live in order help you create positive changes in your every day life.
What are your thoughts on the twelve universal laws? Fascinating or Fluff? I’d love to hear your opinion below!