Today we continue with part 3 of our laws. Starting with the most well known of these laws.
7. Law of Attraction:
This law demonstrates how we create things, events and invite the people that come into our lives. Our thoughts, feelings, actions and words produce energy or frequency, this in turn attracts like energy or frequency.
Many people are aware of this law since The Secret has made it famous. As we look at each of these laws in detail we know that one cannot function without the other, they are all of equal importance. The benefit of this law is that it instills mindfulness as to what we say and the things we do not say, but think. Remember during this time that even what we do not say is moving energy and it has the potential to attract like energy or frequency to ourselves.
I find that having a few positive affirmation cards and being mindful of how I choose to word my sentences help me keep my thoughts more positive.
Here are some cards that I think are great by Louise.L Hay. Check out Hay House at this link:
A great affirmation to use in the meanwhile:
" I love and accept myself right now"
- Louise Hay
8. Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy:
This 8th law is a very powerful one, it states that ALL persons have within them the power to change the conditions in their lives. Higher vibrations consume and transform lower ones; thus, each of us can change the energies in our lives by understanding the Universal laws and applying the principles in such a way as to effect change.
This law works with our will and can be used in a positive way to effect change.
How would you use this law in your life to transmute the change you need?
9. Law of Relativity:
This law states that each person will receive a series of problems (Tests of Initiation) for the purpose of strengthening the Light within. We must consider each of these tests to be a challenge and remain connected to our hearts when proceeding to solve the problems.
No matter how bad we perceive a situation to be, there is always someone who is in a worse position. It is all relative.
When thinking about this law, here is a good question to ask ourselves: " What learning opportunities does this challenge bring for me?"
Journaling is a great way of posing these questions and writing down what comes up when we sit in quiet contemplation. So keeping a journal is a great way of releasing thoughts and questions that plague us. When we write them down they often bring solutions to the surface. A kind of brainstorming which is a great idea. Asking what you feel and seeing what comes up as you brainstorm all the emotions that appear for you.
Please look out for Part 4 - the last of this series of blogs on the Universal Laws in 2 weeks.
Until next time, Warmly Hemla