All creation is governed by laws. The principles which operate in the outer universe are called natural laws. Other names for Natural Laws are Universal Laws, the Laws of God, and Divine Laws. If you used the Natural Laws the right way, they can create the life you desire. Are things happening to you that leave you asking, why does bad things seems to always happen to me? Why couldn’t I be born with a better life? If you pay close attention to the Natural Laws of the Universe, you will no longer be able to say, “I don‘t know why these things are happening to me.” There have certainly been times in my life that I asked these questions. It wasn’t until I learned about the Natural Laws of the Universe that I was able to understand that my life and happiness depends on how I perceive them, how I choose to live my life and my belief system. There are seven laws of the universe which an bring stability, assurance, and confidence to your life if you make the choice of studying, understanding, and, applying them.
The Oxforddictionary.com defines Natural Law as:
- A body of unchanging moral principles regarded as a basis for all human conduct.
- An observable law relating to natural phenomena:
The Law of Transmutation : States that energy moves in and out of physical form. Your thoughts are creative energy. The more you focus your thinking on what you desire, the more you harness your creative power to move that energy into results in your life. The Universe organizes itself according to your thoughts.
How to apply it: Put your energy and effort, your thoughts and actions into attracting what you desire out of life. Do this and you will surely attract the physical manifestation of that energy.
The Law of Vibration: The Law of Vibration says that everything in the universe vibrates, nothing rests. Your thoughts are vibrations that you send out into the universe. When you concentrate, the vibrations are stronger (this is why mindfulness is so important). Your thoughts are cosmic waves of energy that penetrate all time and space .
How to apply it: Focus on what you want instead of what you don’t want.
The Law of Relativity: Which says that everything just is. Nothing is what it is until you relate it to something. It is all about getting into the habit of always comparing your present situation with a situation less great, always comparing the problems you are facing with problems way bigger and compare your dream or goals with something even bigger so that achieving them will seem easy.
How to apply it: Practice relating your situation to something worse than your current situation, and you will feel good about where you are.
The Law of Cause and Effect: It means that whatever you send out into the universe (that can be through thoughts, feelings and action) comes back to you. What goes around comes around.
How to apply it: Say good things to everyone treat everyone with respect, and it will all come back to you. Never worry about what you are going to get. Just concentrate on what you can give and give it unconditionally.
The Law of Polarity states that everything has an opposite. Hot-Cold, Light-Dark, Up-Down, Good-Bad. It is about always looking for the good in any situation. We live in an orderly universe and when there is order there is balance.
How to apply it: Look for the good in people and situations. What you focus on, you make bigger in your life ( good or bad).
The Law of Rythym : which says that the tide goes out… Night follows day… Good times – bad times. We all have good times and bad times, but nothing stays the same. Change is constant.
How to apply it: When you are on a down swing, know that things will get better. Think of the good times that are coming.
The Law of Gestation: All things have a beginning and grow into form as more energy is added to it. Thoughts are like seeds planted in our fertile minds that bloom into our physical experience if we have nourished them.
How to apply it: Stay still and know that your goals will become reality when the time is right.
My Life’s mission is to persevere through life’s experiences, to embrace life’s diversities and to endure life’s challenges for the purpose of teaching healing and empowering others to become their best. -Rhonda Davis-