Universal laws and how they affect us
Law of Universal Gravitation: This law defined by Newton says that “A particle attracts every other particle in the universe using a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.” This means that the bigger and farther one particle is to another one, the stronger is the attraction between them. For instance try and compare jumping from a plane and jumping from a step. But the key here is “A particle attracts every other particle in the universe.”
Law of Conservation of Energy: There is recorded information about this law forming since 550 BC and it says that “Energy can neither be created nor destroyed; rather it transforms from one form to other.” This means that nothing is lost in this universe and although energy is not seen in one form it still exists in another form. Just like water goes from liquid to vapor to liquid again when it rains. Key here is “Energy transforms.”
Action-Reaction Law: This law also defined by Newton says that “All forces between objects exist in equal magnitude and opposite direction.” This means that when a force is executed (ie: pushing) an equal force but with opposite direction (pushing back) exists. We can see this clearly in our lives every day; we make a decision and we have a consequence. This law is also known as the Cause and Effect law.
There are many many more laws of physics, chemistry, electromagnetics, economics, astronomy, etc. but I think you get the idea. These laws were created and accepted by a group of people belonging to a particular level or group of education. This does not mean that there are no other laws not known or accepted by this group as is the case of the following law.
This law has been known for thousands of years but was taken out of the books and common knowledge long ago. I believe the purpose was to prevent people from knowing how to enforce it and benefit from it since they can become self-sufficient. This law is the Law of Attraction.
Law of Attraction: This law says that “That which is like unto itself is drawn.” This means that everything that has similar essence attracts each other. For instance, birds and people with certain qualities or interests get together (birds of feather flock together) or thoughts during brainstorming when creating more similar thoughts or ideas are generated.
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration" — Nikola Tesla
Law of Attraction
We all know the effects of this law by its effects, although most do not correlate it with a law. It’s like children; they all know that if they jump from a high place they will get hurt. They know they will get hurt but they don’t know there is a law of gravity. In the same sense is the effect of the Law of Attraction; we know that when we have a strong desire which we "know and believe" is going to manifest, it usually does. We don’t always know why it works that way, nevertheless it still does.
Those that say that are applying the Law of Attraction is like saying that they are going to apply the Law of Gravity. You don’t apply a law; the law is always being applied, it's always in effect, always there. What you do is take advantage of it. Just like cord jumping, jumping from an airplane and many more activities are taking advantage of gravity, we can also take advantage of the always applying Law of Attraction.
My purpose with this blog series is that you are informed and not get confused with what the Law of Attraction is. In the next few weeks I will be showing you how to take advantage and benefit from this law. Make sure you come back to this blog or sign up to receive them in your inbox every week.
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How The Law of Attraction Works
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