Happy New Year!
In this blog series, I will be highlighting the 12 universal laws. What better time than now to know them, understand them and apply them to our lives.
These are the 12 laws of Nature that are designed to help us live our fullest lives. Each of these laws work in harmony with the other. I have also included examples of simple ways to use them in your life.
1. The Law of Divine Oneness:
Everything is connected to everything else. What we do, say, think and believe affects others and the universe around us. To understand this law it is best felt through the heart center. A simple way to connect to the Divine Oneness is in nature, when we are observing the beauty of it, many people will describe this experience as being one with nature. So for example, if you are observing a stream, see yourself as being part of that stream, flowing to all parts of the world. Evaporating into the air to become moisture and falling back to the earth again as rain.
“In the stillness of your presence, you can feel your own formless and timeless reality as the unmanifested life that animates your physical form. You can then feel the same life deep within every other human and every other creature. You look beyond the veil of form and separation. This is the realization of oneness. This is love.”
- Eckhart Tolle -
Another simple way to connect with the Divine Oneness is to sit quietly with your eyes closed in a short meditation. Slow down and listen to the sound of the in breath and then the sound of the out breath. In this listening there is no room for anything else but the now and you are present. In this moment you are one with the Divine Oneness.
“ When you pay attention to your in-breath and out-breath,
You bring yourself home to the present moment,
To the here and the now,
and you are in touch with life.
Breathing in, I know I’m breathing in.
Breathing out, I know I’m breathing out.”
- Thich Nhat Hanh -
2. The Law of Vibration:
Everything is in perpetual motion, everything in the universe vibrates in circular patterns. Each thing has its own unique vibrational frequency. Higher vibrations transform lower vibrations. In the physical world our thoughts, feelings, desires and wills vibrate in the Etheric world.
Here is a great example of vibrational energy, displayed in Emoto’s water crystals. Masaru Emoto believed that the emotional vibrational frequency could change the molecular structure of water.
So the next time we use words, or share our thoughts and feelings be aware of what our bodies do with that vibration since our bodies are composed of 60-70% water.
A fun and therapeutic way of bringing the law of vibration into your life is by creating mandalas. Mandalas have the potential to help you transform your emotions.
Mandala means "circle".
A Mandala represents wholeness, it's shape occurring in nature from a microscopic to cosmic scale, from the shape of an atom to the shape of a planet. It is a cosmic diagram reminding us of our relation to infinity, extending beyond and within our bodies and minds.
We have a mandala challenge coming up on 1/11/17.
Here is the link if you would like to join: www.mandalasofalchemy.com
3. The Law of Action:
The law of action must be applied in order to manifest things on earth. Ideally our actions should support our thoughts, dreams, emotions and words. So be mindful of these so you may align to your highest purpose.
A fun way to add this into your life is to create a vision board. You can do this on your own or with a group of friends. The act of making a vision board sends out your thoughts feelings, dreams, emotions and words into the universe. The law of vibration also come into play when you create your board. Recently I led a short meditation with a group of friends before we created our vision board, it was even more powerful to do it this way.
I hope you enjoyed this as much as I am enjoying writing them, the next blog will continue with the next 3 laws. This is part of a 4 part series.
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