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Universal Laws

Law 1 – The Law of Divine Oneness

The first law of the universe is the law of divine oneness, which means that we are all connected. Our every action will affect another person in some way, whether this is happening directly or indirectly.

Law 2 – The Law of Vibration

The concept of the law of vibration is that everything in the universe vibrates. We are all connected at the lowest level to one another, though we may be vibrating at a different speed and frequency. A negative thought process will produce a negative vibration, whereas a positive thought process will produce a positive vibration.

Law 3 – The Law of Action

This law depicts that in order to make something happen, you have to take action. You must take the actions that support your thoughts, feelings and dream within you to fulfil your desires. Success doesn’t just happen, but it will happen when you put your effort and being persistence.

Law 4 – The Law of Correspondence

The outer world corresponds to your inner world. Your experience in life is merely a reflection of your mindset. This means that if you want to achieve happiness, then you must mirror it internally. For example, a positive attitude will enable you to perform better in any area of life.

Law 5 – The Law of Cause and Effect

The law of cause and effect basically dictates that everything happen for a reason. In other words, every event occurs as a result of something. Our action produces result or outcome. This can also be known as sowing and reaping.

Law 6 – The Law of Compensation

This law depicts the blessings and all the great results that we get based on our past actions or our deeds. We will be compensated for what we’ve done. It is the application of the law of cause and effect.

Law 7 – The Law of Attraction

This is one of the most popular and common universal laws. The law of attraction is basically associated with the fact that ‘like attracts like,’ which means you will attract what you think and feel. We will create our own reality by energizing it to happen without thoughts, feelings and actions.

Law 8 – The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy

This law of the universe asserts that all energy is in motion and will eventually manifest into physical form. For example, your positivity or negativity will eventually surface into your life regardless of whether you want it to or not. If we want to change our life, we have to change the negative energy to the positive.

Law 9 – The Law of Relativity

The universal law of relativity basically states that nothing in life means anything until we relate it to something. It is based on what and how we want to relate to a situation or things in life. We could see something as a difficult and ultimately create our own roadblock or we choose to see it positively where we will find our way.

Law 10 – The Law of Polarity

This law states that everything in the universe possesses a polar opposite. What this means is that where there is the potential to lose, there is also the potential to win. Where there is the potential to fail, there is also the potential to succeed. This means that things that seems to be opposites are in fact the same thing with two extremes. By consciously control our thought, giving out good energy, we can transform our thoughts from hate to love, from fear to courage.

Laws of the Ego

First, let’s discuss the basic characteristics of the ego’s operating system. No matter which brand of ego you purchase, all of them are going to behave within these parameters since they are locked in place by the ego’s laws. Regular maintenance is needed and is nothing more than repeated judgments which keep the chaos in perfect working condition. The ego has needs. God has no needs. Knowing what the ego has done with that mad idea is the laws of the ego, also known as the Laws of Chaos.

1 – Law of Ego: The ego gives to get because you need salvation, denied by God, and now it must come from others. This is a hidden agenda in everything the ego does because it denies the Law of Heaven that giving and receiving are the same.

2 – Law of Death: The ego views sin as punishable by death and by dying, your sins are gone and you are free from God’s vengeance. This is the ego’s solution to the Law of Creation about ideas not leaving their source. Separation means leaving source and death is salvation from that sin.

3 – Law of Division: The ego says separation occurred and using the above two rules, it always attacks (gives to get and death) so you don’t notice you are simply attacking yourself and separation is a lie. This one also denies the Law of Creation that your creations are like you, a part of you and therefore, you love them as yourself.

The above rules of the ego are the characteristics within the operating system, or The Laws of Chaos. The ego wrong mind uses this platform within its laws beginning with the metaphysical split (“tiny mad idea” or idea of separation) completely out into conscious mind thoughts and behaviors. These laws perfectly describe all aspects of the split mind and if suddenly abolished, the idea of separation would end immediately. This would be the end of this Universe which exists only in the split mind and is held together by judgments using the Laws of Chaos.

Law of Chaos #1:

The truth is different for everyone. Because of separateness, we all have different thoughts. If I’m not you, I can have my own opinion which the ego values very highly. The ego’s rule about “giving to get” shows itself very well here. You will only give to another you believe has the correct truth for you, or what you want to get. If ego doesn’t like another version of the truth, it won’t give anything.

Law of Chaos #2:

The sin of separation was committed. The ego uses guilt for having committed this sin against God. Next is fear of Him because now, He’ll come after you for revenge. The ego’s death and division rules are obvious: All things are considered a sin, condemned and given irrevocable sentences to die. It’s a no-win scenario. You get separation or division from God and all brothers through death; but, this will save you.

Law of Chaos #3:

This law is based on the belief in the first two laws being correct (you did separate and have a different truth). This is the ego’s attempt to make the Will of God into a myth because this makes your “will” different from God’s Will. In the ego’s one or the other system, it is where the truth is hidden.

Law of Chaos #4:

The ego values only what it can take. Another person’s loss is your gain. You cannot believe in this law unless you’ve bought into the first three laws, plus the rules of the ego. Truths are different so something is more valuable, you need it for salvation, and you must get it at all costs before the punishment of death so death will be your redemption.

Law of Chaos #5:

There is a substitute for love. Yes, you read that correct. This is the ego’s cure for all your pain, sacrifice and what makes the chaos seem sane. The substitute for love is the ego’s salvation as part of its death rule. You have to attack and take back what is rightfully yours (denied by God) from your brothers so that when you die, you are saved.

Civil Law Vs Common Law

The term civil law derives from the Latin word ius civile, the law applicable to all Roman citizens. This was established in the sixteenth century. Europe was the first to adopt this law and almost all of Europe taught this at all their universities. Civil law is considered codified. Each civil law country has their own codes to determine the different punishments for each of the categories of law. Some examples of these codes are procedural, substantive, and penal. Procedural law determines what actions constitutes a criminal act, substantive law establishes which are required of criminal or civil prosecution, and penal law decides the proper penalties. It is the judge’s job to gather the facts of the case and distinguish the correct codes that apply to the case.

The main countries that civil law is in today are China, Japan, Germany, France, and Spain. Each of these countries has a written constitution. One major difference between civil law and common law is that it is required for the country to always have a written constitution. On the other hand common law doesn’t always have one. An issue that one can argue is that civil law is not as effective because it is broken up into different codes and not just one whole. But civil law having several codes to put input into these issues helps with a final decision.

Common law is similar but also very different from civil law. This law is uncodified which means there is no compilation of legal rules and statutes. These laws are also known as case laws or precedent. A key difference between the two laws is that the common laws have been developed based on results that have occurred in older court cases. For example, when there is a case that the parties disagree on then they refer back to precedential decisions of relevant courts and follow the reasoning used by those courts. It is considered more complicated than many other simplified systems because there are several different courts within the system but not all have the same power of jurisdiction. Some courts having more powers than others can cause issues within these rules because not everyone has an equal say.

Spiritual Laws

The Seven Universal or Hermetic laws are:

  • The Law of Mentalism — Also known as the Law of Mind or the Law of Spirit. The law has two aspects. The first aspect states that everything is mind or spirit. Everything arises out of thought or universal consciousness. Thought creates. The second aspect is that everything exists within the mind of God, and the mind of God exists within everything.
  • The Law of Correspondence — The microcosm level of the human being corresponds to the macrocosm level of the universe. The inner level of objects held in thought corresponds to the outer level of objects in reality.
  • The Law of Vibration — Also called the Law of Resonance. This law says that everything is in motion. Matter, energy, thoughts everything is vibration. This law has two subsidiary laws: the Law of Attraction and the Law of Change.
  • The Law of Polarity — The subsidiary law is the Law of Relativity, which says that everything is relative and nothing exists alone. Everything is relative to other things. The primary law is that everything exists on a spectrum.
  • The Law of Rhythm — This law says that all of life, and even non-life, exists within an order or pattern or combinations of cycles and patterns.
  • The Law of Cause and Effect — This law states that in interacting systems, actions or events cause or lead to resulting conditions. Cause precedes effect.
  • The Law of Gender — This law is often referred to as “yin and yang”, and it has two parts. The first part says that within everything there are masculine and feminine energies masculine being strong, forceful, and assertive; feminine being contemplative, nurturing, and yielding. The second part is that things come in their own time, and that there is a natural gestation period for things to develop and manifest.

Another famous seven laws are the Seven Spiritual Laws of Success from a book of that same name by Deepak Chopra. For many years, I have used these seven laws as subjects for contemplative meditation, and so am quite familiar with them. His seven laws are:

  • The Law of Pure Potentiality — Spirit is pure consciousness; and we human beings are pure consciousness. Pure consciousness is pure potentiality — the field of all possibilities. The universe is creative and abundant.
  • The Law of Giving — This law says that the universe operates through dynamic exchange. Energy and intelligence naturally flows. From the human point of view, giving and receiving are necessary to participate in this dynamic process.
  • The Law of Cause and Effect — Every action generates a force of energy that returns to us in like kind. Giving love brings love to us in return. Giving money or value produces money or value that returns to us in kind.
  • The Law of Least Effort — Effort can get in the way of natural participation in the universe.
  • The Law of Intention and Desire — Inherent in every intention and desire is the mechanics for its fulfillment; intention and desire in the field of pure potentiality have infinite organizing power. Intention and desire can lead to action (cause) which will produce an effect. Intention and desire are also themselves thoughts (causes) which can create the intended result if clearly focused (attention) in the present.
  • The Law of Detachment — Detachment is giving up the attachment to the result. It is being free to step into the unknown, the field of all possibilities, and to surrender to the creative intelligence of the universe. It allows the universe at the quantum level to respond and react. It allows creation to happen most freely.
  • The Law of Purpose in Life — Everyone has a purpose in life based on a unique gift or special talent. When we use this unique talent in service of others, we experience the glory of our own spirit accomplishing a divine goal and living a dream of the soul.