What is universal law?
Universal law, which is sometimes known as natural law, concerns the fixed, common principles which govern the functioning of the totality, which we commonly believe to be the universe. these are common principles which are based on relativity and determine the consequences and outcomes of all action, reaction and interaction between everything individual and its environment. Like human law universal law is based on principles, particularly primary principles, but unlike human law universal law is connected with actual reality and not cultural reality and belief systems (which often forms the basis of human law).
How universal law works
Universal law is based on what are known as process aspects and interaction between individuals and environments. Existence is pretty much all about action, reaction and interaction and it is the principles of universal law which determine outcomes and consequences. For example if you throw an object up into the air it will fall back down to the ground due to gravity. Throwing an object into the air will cause the object to rise through the air, but then gravity will cause the object to fall to the ground.
Mirroring is about the relationship between the individual and totality and is the core component of universal law. Therefore mirroring is about your relationship with totality, as in the universe, and the development of this relationship is relative to the development of your perception of consciousness through life.
Consciousness is not something which exists in your head, but something which exists 'out in the field' outside you which you perceive through having a mind. Your mind is something different from your brain, which is the electromagnetic, quantum organ inside your skull which detects, processes and transforms energy through various senses and sensory input. Your mind is something which exists outside of you, because what do you think of if not about everything else in your life and your environment such as other people? Your mind is the basis of your perception and your level of consciousness is based on your perception of whatever consciousness exists in the totality. Your level of consciousness us entirely reflective of the consciousness you are able to perceive.
Mirroring and your perception of consciousness can be best explained by illustrating the difference between a picture and a hologram (illustrated above). When you break up a picture, such as when you put a completed jigsaw puzzle back into its box, you end up with different smaller pieces of a whole picture. But when you break up a hologram, what you get are smaller copies of the whole image. Your perception of consciousness is therefore based on your perception of the consciousness of totality, i.e. all the consciousness that is in existence.
Universal law and consequences
As universal law is based on the principles which govern action, reaction and interaction it is very much about consequences and outcomes. This is because everything is relative, so therefore nothing is separate from everything else, so every action will result in interaction and a reaction which produces the consequences or outcomes. The process aspect is just the sequences of actions and interaction.
A dramatic outcome is one which results (or promotes) equilibrium, balance, order, structure, clarity, cohesion, connection, cooperation, and in human terms liberation and freedom. Dramatic outcomes are seen as positive, favourable, successful and therefore creative.
A traumatic outcome is one which results in (or promotes) a loss of equilibrium, imbalance, disorder, choas, destruction, obscurity, discord, conflict, disconnection, separation, and in human terms inequality, enslavement, and conflict. Traumatic outcomes are seen as negative, unfavourable, resulting in failure, and destructive.
The social aspects of universal law
As a human rights organization working to promote creativity and cultural development at local community level Qultura is primarily concerned with the social aspect of universal law as it applies to people and societgy in general. It is universal law and creative law which forms the basis for social theory developed by Stella baker in 2009 on which much of our work is based. Universal law relates to both karma and morality which many people confuse and believe are the same thing. However our definition of human rights is based on universal law and this is also why we also support people who are on a journey of personal enlightenment and promote an environment which is kept free from ideology and belief systems, We explain the difference between karma and morality.
Karma essentially means 'action'. karma relates to the process aspect of your existence and your metaphysical relationship between you, the individual, and the totality or cosmos. It has got nothing to do with some divine retributive justice that many people seem to believe karma is about. karma is about the things which happen to you, including the things which happen to you as a result of your own choices, actions, and how you interact with your environment and others in your environment. karma is about understanding that what happens to you and what you do are part of the same process and that you are the environment and others just as much as others and the environment are you. Karma is much more about mirroring than morality. The webpage on Conscious Living gives you a good insight into what karma is really all about.
Unlike karma morality relates to the conscious decisions and choices an individual makes towards their environment and others in society. Unlike karma which relates to action and existence, morality relates to the choices and decisions we make towards other in our lives and is much more closely related to individual creativity and relativity from the perspective of the individual. Morality therefore relates directly to one's ability to function in life, interact with others, the environment, and make conscious decisions which determine outcomes.
There are different states of morality based on one's awareness and perception of morality and moral princioples but morality is, just like karma, based on universal law and functions on the exact same principles. This is no different from cultural reality being based on actual reality.
There are two basic states of morality which are amorality and being moral which relate to consciousness and also to one's ability to function and interact with others. Amorality is a lack of moral awareness and understanding of moral principles which results in a diminished ability to perceive consciousness and be conscious of the outcomes and consequences of one's actions and interaction with others. This is more commonly known as ignorance. Then you have moral awareness which is based on an understanding of the dicfference between right and wrong and having a moral compass. Note that developing a moral compass requires a commitment to consistently choosing right over wrong as a basis for one's actions and interaction with others whereas immorality is the conscious choice of wrong over right, which some might do for reasons of acquiring access to power, a personal gain, or as a result of an attachment to a personal belief.
Qultura bases its definition of human rights on the principles of creative law and individual law. A human right can be defined as the ability to live and function in a way which does not cause harm to any other living being or the environment and also to have the liberty and freedom to live without fear or threat of any harm or oppression from anyone else through being oneself or interacting and functioning in a community or society.
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Creative Law was previously known as the Theory of Creativity and Energy Spectrum and was first developed by Stella Baker in November 2009 as revision of her previous Theory of Modern Drama. Described by some as almost perfectly tautological, Creative law is an explanation of the fundamental principles of existence and creativity simplified into several paragraphs and is believed to be the most concise explanation of existence and creativity in existence. The development of Creative law was what led to the creation of Qultura and it has been recently renamed Creative Law due to its consistency.
Creative law provides a definition of human individuality within the context of the common objective of life, evolution and the universe which is the development of consciousness. It is this common objective which answers the hard question of science as to what motivates human evolution. The answer is of course the life path formed in childhood which forms the unconscious or subconscious basis for human motivation and the desire, which is unique and specific to the species of homo sapniens to create and participate in cultural development as a means of developing the complex social structures in which humans naturally exist.
This is the social theory which Stella Baker developed towards the end of 2009 as a result of development of creative law which advocates a dynamic social structure based on cultural development and human creativity which would be fully inclusive, cohesive and based on community rather than hierarchy.