Universal law

determines the outcomes of action, reaction and interaction


Universal law applies to everything in existence and determines the outcome of all actions, reactions and interaction, which is also known as consequence. As such, universal law is fixed and immutable because it governs everything and the primary principle of universal law is relativity.

How universal law works

Everything exists within a spectrum of energy determined by frequency, wavelength and level of consciousness so any creativity (or activity) is going to produce an outcome which is either dramatic or traumatic.

Dramatic outcomes

A dramatic outcome is one which results in a lowering of energy frequency, longer wavelength and increased level of consciousness. Such interaction promotes connection, cohesion, unity, combination, order, structure, and stability. .

In human terms a dramatic outcome can promote peace, transqility, relief, connection, cooperation, increased knowledge, awareness, understanding, enlightenment, calm, freedom, a greater sense of well being, and increased wealth. Dramatic outcomes can also promote equilibrium, balance, and harmony

Traumatic outcomes

A traumatic outcome is one which results in increased energy frequency, shorter wavelengths and diminished levels of consciousness. Such interaction promotes disconnection, separation, conflict, division, chaos, disorder, and destruction.

In human terms a traumatic outcome can promote conflict, loss, separation, division, fear, anxiety, stress, tension, pain, disease, death, chaos, disorder, confusion, enmity, violence, inequality, and enslavement.

Variables and universal law

Universal law is in itself immutable and constant simply because it is the law which governs everything in the universe. All variables come from the nature of the individuals in a relationship, their interaction, behaviour, and this is especially true when it comes to living existence and life forms, where individuals can have variable states of consciousness, variable behaviour and variable perception of their environment and intercation.

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