The 7 Universal Laws, the Law of Attraction, the 12 Universal Laws of Success, the 6 Spiritual Laws of the Universe… All those terms, one talks about 6 Laws of the Universe, the other talks about 7 Universal Laws, yet another talks about 12 Laws of Success, I’ve even seen people talking about 21 Spiritual Laws of the Universe, or rather 21 subsidiary Universal Laws. All sources of knowledge promise the same magic of manifesting and attracting all desires and dreams of people applying one or more of these Laws.
Yet so few people are actually living their desires, dreams and success. Despite all the available knowledge about the 7 Universal Laws, the Law of Attraction, the 12 Universal Laws of Success, the 6 Spiritual Laws of the Universe and the subsidiary Universal Laws or Spiritual Universal Laws, there’s only a handful of people reaping the benefits that are promised to accompany the application of the Universal Law of Attraction or the interplay of Universal Laws in general.
So why don’t all those people not ‘attract what they desire’, ‘manifesting their dreams’, or ‘achieving the success they’ve always longed for’? Even the hundreds of thousands of people who have seen the movie ‘The Secret’, or the documentary ‘What the Bleep Do We Know’, or read the ‘Attractor Factor’ by Joe Vitale, or the Laws of Success by Napoleon Hill, or the ‘Secrets of the Millionaire Mind’ by T. Harv Eker, or any other popular self-help or self-improvement book, movie, film or other resource? One reason is that there’s no such thing as “effortless attraction”. As much as you’d like not having to put in any effort whatsoever, there’s always a bit of effort involved. But that’s a subject for another time… But there’s another, very important reason.
Here’s what the problem is. People can’t see the forest because of all the trees anymore. They completely lose track of the big picture. There’s just too much information griffith university about the 6 or 7 Universal Laws, the Universal Law of Attraction, the 12 Laws of Success, and so on. People don’t know which book, film, movie or other resource to pick. Are there 6 or 7 Universal Laws? Or are there 12 Universal Laws of Success? Or is there just 1 Law of Attraction? Or do you have to know about 21 Subsidiary Laws or Spiritual Laws or whatever?
Who’s right? Well, in a way, none of them are right. Or all of them are right. It depends on how you look at it. Let’s set this all straight.
The Universe is infinite. There are no boundaries, and no limitations. As humans, we are aspects of this Universe. In one way, we are the Universe, in another we are separate aspects of this Universe. This is not the time and place to get into the details of this, but if you want to learn more about this, scroll down and click the link in the bio box.
The truth is that our lives unfold through the application of Universal Laws, among which the Universal Law of Attraction. We can do this either consciously, or unconsciously (as most people do). If you do it unconsciously, life appears to be a series of ‘accidents’, and the big bad outside world appears to be making things hard for you in achieving your success.
However, as you apply the Universal Law of Attraction or the Universal Laws in general consciously, you can engineer your own success. You can set the stage for achieving your desires, and then act accordingly. The acting part is absolutely crucial, and this is where the efffort comes in. But what’s important for now, is that you need to be aware of the way in which the Universal Law of Attraction or the Universal Laws work together and the nuances of how they need to be applied.
So, how can all different sources be right? How can there be 6 and 7 Universal Laws at the same time? How can there simultaneously be 12 Laws of Success or 21 Subsidiary Laws of the Universe or Spiritual Laws of the Universe?
The answer is simple. Once again, the Universe is infinite. You can make things as complex as you like. Or as simple as you like for that matter. Make it more complex, and you can easily make up 21 Universal Laws, or 21 Subsidiary Laws. Make it a bit more simple and you can easily get to 12 Laws of Success. Or just stick to 7 Laws of the Universe. Every version may be potentially correct. What’s important is to what extent a resource is right for you.