Universal Laws

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To thrive in any country you need to obey the law, those who live within the confines of the law rarely find much trouble and their pursuits flourish. However, if you break the law, there certainly will be consequences depending on the severity of the crime. If the country is run by a good government, peace and success is maintained, there is no mismanagement of resources and everything happened as it should.

Likewise our living environment has its own laws. Unlike the laws of a country, that can be disputed/amended at a constitutional law, the universal laws have to be accepted as they are. They are an undisputable truth that you take as given. The universe is perfectly balanced by natural and moral laws with regulatory vibrations to maintain order. When you work within the laws, you can be assured of an eventual positive outcome. When the laws are transgressed, you can be assured of suffering. The only purpose of this is to teach you a better way. Universal laws are just like the laws of physics, chemistry or gravity and operate with the same infallible dependability.

  1. The Law of Harmony. This law supersedes even the fundamental law of karma, for harmony is the supreme potential of balance. The purpose of Karma is to obtain harmony. If you throw a rock into a pond, you disturb the harmony of the pond. You are the cause, and the effect is the splash and the ripples that flow out and back until harmony is restored. Similarly, your disharmonious actions flow out into the Universe and back onto you, time after time, until eventually, your own harmony is restored.
  2. The Law of Karma. Every desire you have, every action you perform generates a karmic reaction that eventually must be fulfilled. Actions that generate karma are akin to planting seeds that will fructify at some future. In this life or in a future life. Karma operates on two levels, individual and group/collective karma. Good’ karma gives us desirable results, while ‘bad’ karma gives us pain, suffering and trouble. You and you alone decide what you most need to learn in your earthly sojourn. Whenever you act with intention, you create karma. Actions are considered thoughts, emotions, words and deeds, and the motive, desire and intent behind each.
  3. The Law of Wisdom. Wisdom erases karma. If you have the wisdom to learn your lessons through love and wisdom, you can mitigate your suffering. Sadly, we seem to learn the fastest through pain, through directly experiencing the consequences of our actions. As an example, you greedily take from others, and instead of learning through wisdom and love that this is wrong, you have to experience from others someone greedily taking from you, whether later in this life or in a future lifetime.
  4. The Law of Grace. Karma can be experienced to the letter of the law or in mercy and grace. In other words if you give love, mercy and grace to others, you will receive the same in return. (Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us  – Matthew 6vs12)
  5. The Law of Free Will. You always have free will in how you respond to any situation. If you respond with positive emotions, compassion and integrity, you have probably learnt your karmic lessons and will not have to experience a similar situation in the future.
  6. The Law of Manifestation. Everything manifest begins as a thought, an idea. Ideas and experiences create beliefs, which in turn, create your reality. If you are unhappy with your current reality, you must change your beliefs and your behaviour. Beliefs can be changed once you identify those that are not working for you, and begin programming what will create success and harmony in your life. The unlimited creative power of your mind, through dedication, awareness and training, can be the wisdom to rise above your karma. Within physical and spiritual laws, you can manifest any reality you desire to experience. Concerning changing your behaviour, you must decide which disharmonious behaviour you want to eliminate. Then be aware that you don’t have to change how you feel about something to affect it, if you are willing to change what you are doing. – (Therefore be transformed by the renewal of your mind – Romans 12vs2)
  7. The Law of Gratitude. From the perspective of Karma and the Law of One, the more you give, the more you will receive. The more you assist others, the more you will assist yourself. The power of this Law also works in your day-to-day life.
  8. The Law of Fellowship. When two or more people of similar vibration are gathered for a shared purpose, their combined energy directed to the attainment of that purpose is doubled, tripled, quadrupled or more.
  9. The Law of Resistance. That which you resist, you draw to you, and you will perpetuate its influence upon your life. Resistance is fear, so it is something you need to resolve karmically. The Law of Resistance assures that you let go of the fear by encountering it until you are forced to deal with it by learning conscious detachment. Ever heard of the term: face your fears?
  10. The Law of Attraction. ‘Where your attention goes, your energy flows’. You attract what you are and that which you concentrate upon. If you are negative, you draw in and experience negativity. If you are loving, you draw in and experience love. You can attract to you only those qualities you possess. So, if you want peace and harmony in your life, you must become peaceful and harmonious.
  11. The Law of Reflection. This Law says that the traits you respond to in others, you recognise in yourself, both positive and negative. That which you admire in others, you recognise as existing within yourself. That which you resist and react to strongly in others is sure to be found within yourself. That which you resist and react to in others is something that you are afraid exists within you and that which you resist in yourself, you will dislike in others.
  12. The Law of Unconditional Love. The expression of unconditional love will eventually result in harmony. Unconditional love is not romantic love. It is the acceptance of others as they are without judgement or expectations. It is total acceptance of others without attempting to change them, except by your own positive example. The Law of Unconditional love says, ‘If you go out of your way to express unconditional love, you automatically rise above fear, and as you transcend your fears, you automatically open yourself to unconditional love.

God, the creator of all is present and His adminstration is there. By His orders the sun is rising, the water flows and the oceans abides by the tide. Thus everything functions under His order. Since everything is going on so nicely how can we realistically question the existence of God? If there is mismanagement, we may say that there is no government, but if there’s good management, how can we say there is no government? Just because people dont know God, does not mean He is not there.

I have made reference to biblical scriptures in some of the laws, because the Gospel of Christ is based on the forgiveness of sins. This seemingly complex principle is simply erasing negative universal reactions from your existence. In KRSNA conciousness movement the believe that by chanting the name of the Lord (Christ –Krshna), your karma is cleared. In Christianity, we believe in repentance (acknowledging your sins), receiving forgiveness and accepting Christ in your life gives you a clean slate. This can be done daily, but the first time is most important.

As you start the year, consider how much of yester years burdens you want to carry into your future. If it is forgiveness, that you have to extend, do it. A relationship you need to end, go for it. Above all I wish you attain wisdom to start making the necessary enquiries about your life. Seek ye first His Kingdom and His righteousness and everything will be added unto you. On our planet, one can attest that we have good management in power. The sun rises daily without fail, seasons come and go as anticipated, night has never become day, the animals don’t speak, mountains don’t move and the ocean has never crossed it’s barriers. Knowing who the government is, people have many questions about, however the laws He put in place are unquestionable

 

References: The Yusa guide to Balance (www.yusalife.com), Science of Self Realisation (AC Backtivedenta), The Light within (Dick Sutphen), Holy Bible

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2 Responses to “Universal Laws”

  1. Toki says:

    interesting reads, more so on Law of Unconditional Love, I knew that unconditional love, is love without judgment, but I have also learnt that, it is love without expectations, wow. Whatever a person exude, I should be able to accept because love should have no conditions and no expectations without judgment.

    #truthoflife #nnetetsabophelo

    • inneradmin says:

      Glad you enjoyed the article Toki and thanks for reading. The bible defines unconditional love so perfectly…

      1 Corinthians 13:4 (ESV)

      4 Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant 5 or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful;6 it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. 7 Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

      Love accepts all things! The principles are so easy to read, but putting them into practice..daily…is another mission. All the best!

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