What are the 12 Laws of the Universe?
You may have heard of the Law of Attraction in your life before. The Secret is a best-selling book based on this worldwide phenomenon.
This is often discussed in podcasts, self-improvement books, spirituality blogs, and social media.
The idea that like attracts like has inspired many to take control of their lives by spreading more optimism and appreciation.
Also, genuine caring into the world, knowing that the incredible energy they radiate will always return to them in unexpected and wonderful ways.
While the Law of Attraction is quite effective on its own, it is but one of twelve spiritual laws that are all linked.
Under all twelve of these rules, you experience a greater sense of purpose
- You become aware of how every encounter serves your highest good
- These principles also assist you in living your finest
- Also, most real and fullest life possible
When you understand the 12 Laws of the Universe, you realize how important the Law of Attraction is as one component of the whole pie.
For example, to rely on the Law of Attraction to manifest your desires. One must also adhere to the Law of Inspired Action. This tells you to trust your inner wisdom when the universe pushes you in a particular direction.
The beauty of these rules is that they do the exact opposite of restricting you; they set you free.
You experience a strong sense of empathy and compassion for others when you live under the 12 universal principles.
You understand your power in creating the beautiful life you desire.
Besides, you’re able to feel deeper gratitude and appreciation for all that you have.
You align with your purpose and can navigate the balance between work and rest.
These 12 universal laws help you create more joy, love, peace, and prosperity in your daily life.
The principles govern the universe and describe how everything works. I detail each of these laws and how they may benefit you in your daily life below.
- Approach these rules with an open heart and mind, particularly as you read them.
- You might even decide to journal about them and how they relate to your own life.
- These rules are intended to aid your intellect, body, and spirit while promoting your well-being.
The 12 Laws of the Universe
1. Law of Divine Oneness
The Law of Divine Oneness teaches that everything and everyone is linked to one another since we all originate from the same source. With each word you say, think, believe, and do, you significantly influence the world. You may have a clue about how your words and actions affect others at times. Despite this, you might never be aware of how something you said or did had a ripple effect in the world.
This is the fundamental rule of the universe, which is based on empathy and compassion. As you become more aware of how you are linked to everyone else, you develop greater empathy for others. Because you recognize that others are no different from yourself, you’re able to let go of anger and bad feelings toward them. We are all one. If this notion makes you uncomfortable or unsure, I urge you to journal about it or meditate on it. Also, know that feeling connected to everything is not a sign of frailty. Knowing we’re all part of each other and feel linked to everyone else is a strength rather than a liability.
2. Law of Vibration
The Law of Vibration asserts that everything and everyone is in a continual state of vibration. Besides, emitting frequencies and energies that are not clear on the surface. Everything is in perpetual motion. From the tiniest flower to the largest building, every object you can see emits its frequency.
Some are higher frequencies, and some are lower.
Look up at the sky while walking outside your vehicle the next time around.
The sun has its energy source.
Your automobile does too.
And trees in your front yard, as well as keys in your hand.
Now consider within yourself. You, too, are giving off a vibrational frequency.
This frequency is capable of and frequently does alter. And when you comprehend that you have the power to adjust your vibration, you realize that you have the power to tune it higher. Your vibrational frequency has a significant influence on your daily life.
When you operate at a higher frequency, you are more likely to experience a greater sense of purpose and fulfillment in your life.
3. Law of Correspondence
Have you heard the adage, “The universe continues to deliver the same lesson to you until you learn it”? The Law of Correspondence maintains that patterns recur on both large and small scales in the cosmos.
Take some time to reflect on your own experiences.
- Do you have a feeling that you’re never lucky in love?
- Have you tried many times to succeed in a certain area with no luck?
- Do you get the feeling that the Universe is against you?
The patterns we encounter are directly linked to our inner realities. T
hat means your external reality reflects the state of your mind. You can alter your lived experiences in the outside world by altering your internal world. Consider if you’re living in a state of chaos right now. To disentangle yourself from the external tumult.
Also, to invite more serenity into your existence, attempt to foster inner peace.
4. Law of Attraction
You’re likely familiar with the basic principles of the Law of Attraction, which is one of the most well-known of all universal laws. The Law of Attraction claims similar vibrations ideas. Moreover, emotions attract one another.
We experience what we project out into the world. You will have experiences in your life that correspond to these feelings. That is if you approach your daily life with a happy, loving, and optimistic attitude.
If you maintain a negative mindset, you always think of yourself as the victim.
More so, declare that nothing ever goes your way.
You will continue to receive evidence of this belief.
The Law of Attraction is not a call to engage in toxic optimism.
But you do not have to force yourself to hide negative emotions and pretend you’re happy when you aren’t. You may feel sorrowful at times, yet you still believe in your heart that everything is working out for the best. You can have a terrible day while remaining convinced that it will pass soon.
When you’re going through these feelings, don’t rush them; take your time and look for yourself: “What can I learn from this experience?
In what ways does this event help me reach my goals?”
5. Law of Inspired Action
The Law of Inspired Action is linked to the Law of Attraction, and it’s often neglected. Thus, causing some people to claim that the Law of Attraction “doesn’t work.” The Law of Inspired Action claims over to achieve your objectives. Also, allow your manifestations into your life. You must take real, actionable, inspired steps.
What exactly is an inspired step?
Taking action from your inner knowing is an inventive step. It’s when something deep inside drives you to act, even when it doesn’t seem logical.
An inspired action is based on surrendering to the universe’s direction and listening to the voice of your inner wisdom.
Let’s use dating as an example.
You want to attract love into your life.
So you work to vibrate at the frequency of joy, love, and all the positive emotions you associate with finding your soulmate. You go out every weekend, confident that this is the best approach to meet someone. Yet, your inner knowing tells you to join an internet dating site deep down.
You fight against it since you wanted to meet someone “the old-fashioned way.”
Going out every weekend is a behavior. But signing up for an online dating profile based on a strong inner knowing within would be inspired action because it results from internal motivation.
6. Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy
The title of this one is the most difficult, so let’s break it down:
- Perpetual: constant, everlasting, without end
- Transmutation: the act of changing/being changed from one form into another
The Law of Perpetual Transmutation was first posited by Paracelsus and is sometimes referred to as the “law of transmutation.” It maintains that everything in the cosmos undergoes continual fluctuation. Also, the transformation from one form to another. You don’t notice these changes because they occur at the cellular level.
Here’s what you need to know about this law: your vibrational frequency can influence that of another person, and one person’s negativity can affect your energy.
If a coworker enters your cubicle and starts ranting, their bad mood can have an impact on yours. You don’t notice a change in your energy, but you may feel it; one moment, you were having a fantastic day, and the next, you’re irritated and dejected. But, your happy energy may lift your coworkers’ spirits and make their day just a little brighter.
Understanding how another person’s energy affects your own and vice versa is the key.
Once you grasp this power, you may use it to defend yourself from bad energy while also boosting those around you.
7. Law of Cause and Effect
The law of cause and effect states that every action has a matching reaction or consequence.
According to Newton’s Third Law of Motion, everything is in motion you must understand that the person you are approaching is unlikely to be familiar with your company or services. You have a great chance of being ignored. Also, someone who does not wish to help you may even laugh at you.
That is if they see a well-intentioned but clueless businessperson offering a handout for money. Even though this goodwill might not always show up right away. It will come back to you in one way or another because it is genuine and goodhearted.
Furthermore, if you deceive, lie, or steal, you will feel the negative effects, even if not immediately.
8. Law of Compensation
The Law of Compensation is sometimes associated with the phrase “you reap what you sow.” This can have both a good and a bad effect, and it’s linked to the laws of attraction and causation. (What you give out is what you get back.)
So how does this law differ from the other laws it’s connected to?
Compensation can be seen as a double-edged sword. It may come in many forms, both good and bad. And what may appear to be terrible on the outside can be beneficial, while what appears to be good on the surface might be harmful.
Consider the following scenario: you’ve been attempting to bring about specific employment. If you don’t get the position, you may believe your manifestation has failed, but what if this job was not as amazing as it appeared? The universe could be protecting you from unpleasant experiences and energy connected to this work.
Perhaps you get the job, but you lied and deceived to get it. You understand that the position you thought would alter your life is changing it for the worse rather than for the better.
This leads back to the adage that you reap what you sow. Did you deceive and lie to get your current position? You may still get it, but it will not be as wonderful or exciting as you imagined.
9. Law of Relativity
Everything is balanced in the Law of Relativity. When we call things “good” or “bad,” “rich” or “poor,” or anything along those lines. It’s only because our personal experiences and relationships influence our perspective.
For example, one individual may feel making $30 per hour is a significant amount. They have only made smaller amounts in the past and have adjusted their lifestyle to fit their typical paychecks. For another, $30 an hour might be a great decrease in income. That is because they’ve always made more and altered their lifestyle to accommodate greater earnings.
A 2,000-square-foot home might appear small for one person who grew up in smaller homes. But it may seem tiny to someone else who has always had twice the space.
Is $30 an hour a lot or a little? Is 2,000 square feet enough space? Neither; they’re both neutral. The terms we apply to these activities are subjective to our own lived experiences. It’s all about staying aware of your preconceptions and the labels you give to different encounters.
When you’re in a position of believing that you don’t have enough, shift your viewpoint and consider your problem from the perspective of someone who has less than you. This might assist you in seeing that while you may not appear to be so, you own a lot.
10. Law of Polarity
Everything has an equal and opposite side, according to the Law of Polarity. Also, understanding these opposing forces is important for gaining a greater insight into our existence. This statute is all about embracing contrast in your life; the difficult times can help you appreciate the good.
A negative relationship might be able to teach you something.
Rainy days may inspire you to treasure sunny days, and too much sun might make you appreciate rainy weather.
I’ve always thought of the saying, “You can’t love your life if you hate the experiences that formed you.” In my case, I’ve had past failures and rejections as a writer that were tough at the time. But going through these trials has made me appreciate my victories even more.
And I don’t despise myself for having had these encounters since I realize that they all served to aid my greatest good.
11. Law of Rhythm
The Law of Rhythm is all about cycles and continual motion. According to the Law of Rhythm, everything comes in cycles, and nothing stays in one condition for long. The changing of seasons is a great example of this. Spring gives way to fall, which transitions into winter, which transforms into spring again. Finally, it’s summer once more.
Consider a person’s life cycle, from birth to toddler to child to teenager to adult; the ageing process is a never-ending cycle.
It shows up in subtler ways that aren’t always obvious unless you take a step back and look at it from a greater vantage point. Are you having problems in your life right now?
Those difficulties will not last. You can cultivate more calmness and peace within yourself when you recognize that this is where you are in a cycle and that this suffering isn’t definitive.
It’s also vital to notice your natural rhythm and to follow it rather than fight against it. Perhaps you’re weary and need a break from the stress of everyday life. Instead of attempting to hide these sentiments, you may choose to embrace your internal rhythm.
This is by taking a social media vacation or going camping in nature over the weekend.
12. Law of Gender
The Law of Gender is much more about energy than about man and woman. There are two types of energy, according to the Law of Gender: masculine and feminine.
We must achieve a balance between these two energies to live a meaningful, joyful, purpose-driven existence.
The masculine energy is linked to hustling, accomplishment, and doing.
The feminine energy is linked to surrendering, allowing, and being. One isn’t superior to the other. When you strike a balance between the two, you can live your fullest life possible.
It’s also crucial to pay attention to your inner beat. If you’ve been in hustle mode for too long, your inner being may tell you it’s time to take a break and be for a little while.
The 12 Laws of the universe and how to use them in your life have been used for centuries by ancient philosophers, religious leaders, sages, yogis, scientists, and more. It’s time to take a closer look at these laws that are so simple yet profound. You will find that they can be applied to every aspect of your life with transformative results.
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