For those who wish to delve deeper into the many extensions of the Law of Attraction, then Kevin offers a program whereby clients can work with each of the twelve laws listed below, either singularly, linearly, or which ever Law is calling.
- Law of Divine Oneness
The Law of Divine Oneness posits that everything in the universe is interconnected, and that separation is only an illusion. This principle suggests that we are all part of a single, unified consciousness (Wattles, 1910). By recognizing this interconnectedness, we can cultivate empathy, compassion, and understanding toward others and the environment.
Daily implementation: To apply this law in daily life, practice mindfulness, and strive to see the connections between yourself, others, and the world. Cultivate compassion and empathy for others, and seek ways to contribute positively to the collective consciousness.
Reference: Wattles, W. (1910). The Science of Getting Rich. Link
- Law of Vibration
The Law of Vibration states that everything in the universe, including thoughts, emotions, and matter, vibrates at a certain frequency (Bohm, 1980). By understanding the nature of vibrations, we can align ourselves with higher frequencies and attract positive experiences and outcomes.
Daily implementation: Focus on maintaining positive thoughts and emotions, and engage in activities that raise your vibration, such as meditation, exercise, or spending time in nature. Surround yourself with positive influences, and avoid negativity.
Reference: Bohm, D. (1980). Wholeness and the Implicate Order. Link
3. Law of Correspondence
The Law of Correspondence suggests that the microcosm reflects the macrocosm and vice versa. It implies that patterns found in nature or the universe can be observed at all levels of existence (Kybalion, 1908). By understanding these patterns, we can gain insight into our own lives and the world around us.
Daily implementation: Observe patterns in your life and the world, and seek to understand how they might correspond to larger trends. Use this understanding to make better decisions and to align yourself with the flow of life.
Reference: The Kybalion. (1908). The Three Initiates. Link
- Law of Attraction
The Law of Attraction states that like attracts like; our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs shape our reality and attract similar experiences (Hicks & Hicks, 2006). By focusing on positive thoughts and maintaining a high vibration, we can manifest our desires and create the life we want.
Daily implementation: Practice visualization, affirmations, and gratitude to align yourself with positive experiences. Be mindful of your thoughts and emotions, and strive to maintain a positive outlook.
Reference: Hicks, E. & Hicks, J. (2006). The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham. Link
- Law of Inspired Action
The Law of Inspired Action emphasizes the importance of taking action to manifest our desires (Mundy, 1941). By taking action, we create a bridge between our thoughts and the physical world, making our goals a reality.
Daily implementation: Listen to your intuition and take action when inspiration strikes. Break your goals into manageable steps and work toward them daily, trusting in the process and remaining open to opportunities.
Reference: Mundy, R. (1941). The Master Key to Riches. Link
- Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy
This law posits that energy is constantly changing and transforming (Goswami, 1993). It suggests that we have the power to direct and transform energy through our thoughts, emotions, and actions. By consciously directing our energy, we can create positive change in our lives and the world around us.
Daily implementation: Be mindful of your energy and the energy you give to others. Focus on maintaining a positive outlook, and engage in activities that raise your vibration. Use visualization and intention-setting to direct energy toward your goals.
Reference: Goswami, A. (1993). The Self-Aware Universe: How Consciousness Creates the Material World. Link
- Law of Cause and Effect
The Law of Cause and Effect, also known as the Law of Karma, states that every action has a corresponding reaction or consequence (Troward, 1915). By understanding this law, we can make better choices and create positive outcomes in our lives.
Daily implementation: Be aware of the potential consequences of your actions and make choices that align with your values and goals. Cultivate an attitude of personal responsibility and strive to make decisions that create positive outcomes for yourself and others.
Reference: Troward, T. (1915). The Creative Process in the Individual. Link
- Law of Compensation
The Law of Compensation states that we receive what we give, both in terms of our actions and our energy (Emerson, 1841). By being generous, kind, and compassionate, we can attract abundance and positive experiences into our lives.
Daily implementation: Practice acts of kindness and generosity, and cultivate a mindset of gratitude. Be mindful of the energy you put out into the world, and strive to maintain a high vibration.
Reference: Emerson, R. W. (1841). Compensation. Link
- Law of Relativity
The Law of Relativity suggests that everything in the universe is relative, and that our perception of a situation is influenced by our point of reference (Einstein, 1905). By understanding this law, we can gain perspective on our problems and challenges, fostering resilience and gratitude.
Daily implementation: Practice reframing your perspective when facing challenges or difficult situations. Cultivate gratitude by comparing your situation to others who may be less fortunate and recognize the positive aspects of your life.
Reference: Einstein, A. (1905). On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies. Link
- Law of Polarity
The Law of Polarity states that everything has an opposite, and that these opposites are complementary (Hermetica, 1908). By understanding this law, we can learn to balance the polarities in our lives and find harmony.
Daily implementation: Recognize the dual nature of your experiences and emotions, and seek balance in your life. Embrace the lessons and growth opportunities that come from both positive and negative experiences.
Reference: The Hermetica: The Lost Wisdom of the Pharaohs. (1908). Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy (Translators). Link
- Law of Rhythm
The Law of Rhythm suggests that everything in the universe follows a natural cycle or rhythm (Plato, 360 BCE). By understanding and embracing these cycles, we can work in harmony with the natural flow of life.
Daily implementation: Observe the natural rhythms of your life and the world around you, and seek to align yourself with these cycles. Practice going with the flow and trusting in the timing of events, understanding that there is a season for everything.
Reference: Plato. (360 BCE). Timaeus. Link
- Law of Gender
The Law of Gender posits that there are masculine and feminine energies within each individual and throughout the universe (Jung, 1959). By understanding and balancing these energies, we can achieve greater harmony and wholeness in our lives.
Daily implementation: Recognize the masculine and feminine aspects within yourself and strive to balance and integrate these energies. Be open to the wisdom and strengths of both the masculine and feminine, and seek to embody the best of both in your daily life.
Reference: Jung, C. G. (1959). Aion: Researches into the Phenomenology of the Self. Link
In conclusion, the 12 Laws of the Universe provide a framework for understanding the interconnectedness of all things and offer guidance on how to live in harmony with these principles. By implementing these laws in our daily lives, we can create positive change, foster personal growth, and contribute to the greater good. Through mindful awareness, intentional action, and a commitment to personal growth, we can tap into the power of these universal laws and create the life we desire.