Most people will never know. It’s time you knew!

 

Your vision board is in place, your focus is on having achieved your desired outcome, and yet still there seems little evidence of the life that you see yourself living unfolding around you. Been there? Maybe you’re still there.

 

The truth is that we are creating our futures in every moment, with all of the push and pull of the conscious and unconscious beliefs that steer us. And that isn’t the whole story either. Have you ever wondered why The Secret fell so far short of being the complete recipe it was cut out to be? The cake was hollow in the middle, because only one of the seven Universal Spiritual Laws of Nature were shared. That makes me crazy!

Most people will never know about the remaining six Universal Laws, let alone learn to apply them to make their dreams into reality. If you’re feeling depleted, fearful, anxious, or depressed, chances are that you’re unplugged from the Ultimate Energy Source of All. Our outer reality is a complete reflection of our inner reality. With the Universal Laws tucked neatly under your belt, it’s actually simple to experience more success, freedom, abundance, and joy than you imagined possible.

 

Coming to grips with these profound, ancient concepts can mean the difference between lack and hopelessness, and wealth, wellness, and wonderful times.

 

It’s possible that you do know the missing laws, however the art is in the application. It’s a dance between awareness and appropriate action-taking. The universe is of energy – everything is energy. As you take action, energy must move. The more change you need to make, the more energy must be moved in creating the change.

There is a dynamic precision to the workings of the Universal Laws, and they are as reliable as gravity. If you drop a cup, it will fall to the floor – gravity makes no distinction regarding the color of the cup or whether it held tea, coffee, or hot water and lemon. As long as you’re aligned, the Universal Laws are as certain as the pull of gravity as we know it on Earth.

1. The Law of Attraction, also known as Sowing and Reaping, or Cause and Effect
This first law brings in what is wanted, and also what is not wanted, depending on your focus. Like attracts like, after all. And energy flows where your focus goes. It is also said that that which you think about, expands. Whatever is sent out into the Universe attracts energies of equal frequency, vibration, and resonance. In a way, a matching signal is pulled in. Emotions and thoughts are energy. What we think about beams out a signal of a particular frequency, and a matching signal is powered back to the source of that signal. If you send out gratitude, love, or abundance, those resonances find their way directly back to you. If you are feeling unworthy and not good enough – even on a deep level, and even if you are not voicing those thoughts – lack will boomerang back.

“Every moment of happiness, every moment of sadness, every kindness, every critical thought adds its consequences to the blueprint of the world.” –Harry Palmer

A key practice is to learn not to attract those things that you don’t intend or want, and to purposefully, intentionally, consciously attract those things that you do desire. Be aware of what you are giving your attention to. Focus on positive resourcing. Deliberately choose your thoughts and feelings. If need be, catch yourself when scarcity and can’t or fear creeps in, and say, “Stop!” out loud. Say, “I choose abundance and joy!”

If the specifics aren’t apparent, and you don’t know what you want or where you want to go in your life, leaf through magazines and pull out pictures and words that attract you. Piece them together on your vision board, and let the answers that were within you all along emerge in their rightful time. Take fifteen minutes each day to work on your “This is what I want” list. Keep the contents to yourself as you allow it to evolve and change. Celebrate your emerging desires by giving yourself permission to feel fantastic about them!

2. The Law of Deliberate Creation
When you think about something that you desire, with belief and expectation, you are then well placed to receive it. That which you give thought to, you begin to attract. What you give thought to with emotion, you attract more quickly.

This is where intentionality, backed with feeling and focus, make all the difference – the difference between poverty and wealth, or sorrow and great delight.

3. The Law of Allowing
If you want to experience absolute freedom, then master this one! The Law of Allowing calls on you to be you – to feel free in your relationships, to be who you really are, and to feel free to create what you dream of. I call this one the Celebration of Difference.

When you learn to apply the Law of Allowing, you are being your truth. You are in a state of acceptance. You are declaring, “I am that which I am.” You are even further declaring, “While I am who I am, I allow others to be who they are.” Our difference, uniqueness, and individuality just are. And there are many similarities, too. This is a space of non- judgment.

One aspect of this law is to be open to receiving, and to know that the Universe will deliver all that you desire so long as you are also following the Law of Deliberate Creation, allowing the Universe to bring in all that you desire. Each morning on my walk, I say, “Today I am fully open to receiving the gifts, rewards, and wonderful surprises of the Universe.”

When you are not allowing, you are resisting. Resistance is energy kept from moving, preventing love, peace, and positivity from flowing freely.

This law is a great antidote to codependency in relationships. Terry Cole- Whittaker, in What You Think of Me Is None of My Business, wrote:
“I love and support you to be all that you are and all that you are not. I love and support myself to be all that I am and all that I am not. We are in this relationship because we choose to be and not because we have to be. I will not harm you or harm myself. Each of us is capable of being, doing and having what we want. Each releases the other from the responsibility of being his or her source and the provider of happiness and well-being. We acknowledge that God is the source; people are the avenues. Yes, from time to time when I’m giving myself the permission to love myself, it may appear to you that you are the one who has showered me with love feelings. The reality is that the love feelings I feel when I am with you come out of me.”

4. The Law of Sufficiency and Abundance
If you feel unworthy, or that nothing is ever enough, or that what you are doing is not enough (that one’s close to the bone for me!), then that is what you’ll be attracting into your life. The truth is that there is an infinite supply of everything that is good and abundant, and we are able to create exactly what we want. It’s also true that we’re growing beings, and that it is in our natures to want more. How do you know it’s time to have enough? To be enough? What would it be like if you chose to align your thoughts and emotions with abundance right now? You have everything you need right now, inside you, to forge great wealth and reach your goals. You are enough. You have everything within to create the relationships, the work opportunities, and the wealth that you desire.

Abundance is your birthright and it is who you are. Abundance is your natural state. Open yourself to the free flow of energy and plug in to the plenty. I like to visualize literally plugging in to the abundance that flows everywhere and right through me. The part I’m working on is building the reserve. Abundance includes having a reserve.

I have to work at “it’s never enough.” I never seem to complete enough in a day, or read enough, or feel slim enough. I know that until I have conquered this one (again), the true abundance that I know I am capable of experiencing and sharing cannot be mine. Life is the journey of knowing, applying, and revisiting old patterns, and conquering them differently. Can you relate? It’s all about a change of attitude – an essential reframing.

What I’m doing to master this one:
A. Practicing gratitude for everything that I have in my life right now – really feeling into the gratitude. And that is so easy! I have the most gorgeous little girl, I live in paradise, I adore my work, I’m safe and free, and…. Choose three to five things each day for which you are truly grateful, and remember to give thanks, compliments, and appreciation – liberally!

B. Intentionally making the space for good things to flood into my life and clearing out stuff that I no longer want or need – yesterday I cleared everything out of my wardrobe that didn’t make me feel gorgeous, and I gave three bags of clothes to the charity shop this morning. I felt so good about that.

C. Realizing that I carry anger that is old, stale, and so “last-season” – suppressed rage hurts its holder more than anyone else. I journal, paint, run, or dance hard to express the rage and hurt. Burn the anger that’s inside, and then practice compassion and forgiveness for ten minutes every day.

The Compassion Exercise 
Honesty with one’s self leads to compassion for others.
OBJECTIVE: To increase the amount of compassion in the world.
EXPECTED RESULTS: A personal sense of peace.
INSTRUCTIONS: This exercise can be done anywhere that people congregate (airports, malls, parks, beaches, etc.). It should be done with strangers, unobtrusively, from some distance. Try to do all five steps with the same person.

Step 1: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself:
“Just like me, this person is seeking some happiness for his/her life.”

Step 2: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself:
“Just like me, this person is trying to avoid suffering in his/her life.”

Step 3: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself:
“Just like me, this person has known sadness, loneliness, and despair.”

Step 4: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself:
“Just like me, this person is seeking to fulfill his/her needs.”

Step 5: With attention on the person, repeat to yourself:
“Just like me, this person is learning about life.”

With thanks to Harry Palmer (author of The Avatar Path)

5. The Law of Pure Potentiality
The heart of this law is that we are the essence of consciousness – pure consciousness – held in the quantum soup of unfolding moments of now. Breathe! I know that’s a big one! At the point that we realize that our innermost being – the life force that animates body, mind, and spirit – is one of pure potentiality, we align with the power and potency that creates everything in the Universe.

How do you feel when you are watching a sunrise or sunset, or the waves crashing against rocks way below, or when you are diving with dolphins and whales? Communing with nature gives us the opportunity to be part of all things, and to witness the magnificence, intelligence, and potentiality within all things. How different is this feeling from experiencing the limits we perceive in life?

You are, in essence, part of pure potentiality. Take on being in the “as if zone.” Act “as if” you are part of the Source of All, and then you will be pure potentiality. This is why daily meditation is so powerful. It generates time alone to be at one with the Source of all things, and to truly know peace from the heart. When the conduit is clear, and you feel at peace, you are pure potentiality.

It is from this space that anything is possible. I know this to be true. Two months ago, my sight was failing in my right eye. Now my sight has been fully restored. Medically impossible, yet true. This from a place of pure potentiality.

6. The Law of Detachment
The power of non-attachment comes into play with this law. In order to have anything in the physical world, it is said that you must relinquish your attachment to it.

This law is about absolute trust and being aligned with whatever outcome happens. Then we do not get in our own way. In a sense, this law is about allowance. It is about creating clear intention (deliberate creation), taking action steps, feeling the desired outcome, letting go, and being in trust.

This is the state I create with my coaching and mentoring clients. I learned twenty-five years ago, when I began my journey as a healer, that the place from which I could most serve a client was non-attachment to the outcome of the healing intervention. I support the journey with everything I know and can bring through, and then let go and let the Divine work through me, through us, and beyond – for whatever outcome will be. My intention is always for the highest good. In that place, the Law of Detachment is easy and inevitable.

7. The Law of Polarity
The coexistence of two opposites is in everything. In knowing this, all transformation becomes possible. There is a dynamic continuum between the poles, and to experience one aspect means that the other may be known. Deep sorrow can become joy, and calm can exist at the midpoint. Or not.

The Law of Polarity is about the metaphysical and the physical. In order to have what you most intend to bring into your life, there must be action and energy, intention and doing, alignment with pure potentiality and tactical steps. Our true success, health, and wealth lies in combining opposites – engagement and action in the physical world, and energy work on the metaphysical level.

Now you have the 7 Universal Laws. As you align and master action and energy work, may success, health, and wealth be yours.

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