By peace | February 20, 2007
The Universal Laws operate at all levels: physical, mental, and spiritual. Universal Laws are fundamental laws of mind and spirit – they are as important to you as the air you breathe.
In law and ethics, Universal Law or Universal Principle refers to concept of legal legitimacy whereby those principles and rules for governing human conduct which are most universal in their acceptablity, their applicability, translation, and philosophical basis, are therefore considered to be most legitimate. Universal Law refers to the based and derived principles within such judgements, as they are cited and therefore become law.
Universal Laws are unbreakable, unchangeable principles of life that operate inevitably, in all phases of our life and existence, for all human beings and all things, everywhere, all the time.
1. The Law of Cause And Effect
Everything happens for a reason. For every cause there is an effect, and for every effect, whether you know it or not, there is a specific cause or causes. There are no accidents.
You can have anything you want in life if you can first decide exactly what it is, and then do the things that others have done to achieve the same result.
2. The Law of Mind
All causation is mental. Your thoughts become your realities. Your thoughts are creative. You become what you think about most of the time.
Think continually about the things you really want, and refuse to think about the things you don’t want.
3. The Law of Mental Equivalency
The world around you is the physical equivalent of the world within you. Your main job in life is to create within your own mind the mental equivalent of the life you want to live.
Imagine your ideal life, in every respect. Hold that thought until it materializes around you.
4. The Law of Correspondence
Your outer life is a reflection of your inner life. There is a direct correspondence between the way you think and feel on the inside and the way you act and experience on the outside.
Your relationships, health, wealth and position are mirror images of your inner world.
5. The Law of Belief
Whatever you believe, with feeling, becomes your reality. You do not believe what you see; you see what you have already chosen to believe.
You must identify, then remove the self-limiting beliefs that hold you back.
6. The Law of Values
You always act in a manner consistent with your innermost values and convictions.
What you say and do, the choices you make — especially under stress — are an exact expression of what you truly value, regardless of what you say.
7. The Law of Motivation
Everything you do or say is triggered by your inner desires, drives and instincts. These may be conscious or unconscious.
The key to success is to set your own goals and determine your own motivations.
8. The Law of Subconscious Activity
Your subconscious mind makes all your words and actions fit a pattern consistent with your self-concept and your innermost beliefs about yourself.
Your subconscious mind will move you forward or hold you back depending on how you program it.
9. The Law of Expectations
Whatever you expect, with confidence, tends to materialize in the world around you.
You always act in a manner consistent with your expectations, and your expectations influence the attitudes and behaviours of the people around you.
10. The Law of Concentration
Whatever you dwell upon grows and expands in your life.
Whatever you concentrate upon and think about repeatedly increases in your world.
Therefore, you must focus your thinking on the things you really want in your life.
11. The Law of Habit
Fully 95% of everything you do is the result of your habits, either helpful or hurtful.
You can develop habits of success by practicing and repeating success behaviours over and over until they become automatic.
12. The Law of Attraction
You continually attract into your life the people, ideas and circumstances that harmonize with your dominant thoughts, either positive or negative.
You can be, have and do more because you can change your dominant thoughts.
For anything to function effectively there needs to be some kind of structure. There are laws that govern our universe called Universal Laws. These laws apply to everything, everywhere at all times in our universe. These laws enable our universe to function in an orderly fashion. Without these laws there would be chaos in the universe. By studying, understanding, cooperating, and applying these Universal Laws in our daily lives we can lead the most successful, fulfilling, abundant, joyful, and healthy life possible. Successful people have an intuitive understanding of these Universal Laws applying them consistently in their lives.