Seven Laws of Universe Infographics

Seven Laws of Universe

In the 16th century, Galileo discovered the seven laws of the universe, which governs everything. Before that, people thought the earth was the center of the universe, instead of another planet revolving around the sun. Scholars often believe that the origin of these laws lies in the wisdom of the Absolute, and therefore, they are absolute. Therefore no one can negotiate or disobey them.

The seven laws of the universe govern everything in this universe. Due to these universal laws, everything exists in perfect harmony. Everything in this universe, including you, align and apply these laws. They maintain order in the entire world. Also, it has been wisely said, “It is unlimited what the universe can bring when you understand the great secret that thoughts become things.”

Laws of the Universe

The following is a brief discussion of the seven laws of the universe.

1. Law of Mentalism

In the universe, everything is unique, but at the same time, everything comes from the same source. For example, all of us have unique DNA. Yet all of us are fruits of the same creative force.

2. Law of Correspondence

Each being of the universe works in the same way, that is why we can understand everything. According to this law, there are agreement, harmony, and correspondence in everything. No matter whether something is tiny or large, we are all made of the same way.

3. Law of Vibration

The universe is always in motion, and motion belongs to life. Thus everything vibrates. Human beings’ body is always in motion, and that who is inert is not alive. 

4. Law of Polarity

Everything in the universe has an opposite. For example, love and hate, hard and soft, etc. Since motion needs polarity, anything that is alive evolves through polarity. Everything in this world cannot live without the other.

5. Law of Rhythm

The universe moves in a particular rhythm. There are cycles like day and night, weeks and months, etc. Everything has its tides, ups, and downs. Hence everything has its rhythm.

6. Law of Cause and Effect

Everything that affects must be having a cause. For example, the curd is the effect of milk. Every effect you see in the outside world has a specific cause that has its origin in your inner world.  But they can be separable at a different period in time and space.

7. Law of Gender

Everything has its masculine and feminine principles; even the union of opposites creates life.  All beings have a gender, and in humans, gender is apparent as man and woman.