The 7 Natural Laws Of The Universe

Natural laws are always working, whether we believe or understand them. They are based on the quantum knowledge that everything is energy; everything in the universe, including us, is connected through this sea of energy. What we feel, think, say and do are all forms of energy through which our realities are created. The 7 Natural Laws of the Universe are commonly found on the Internet and are attributed to William Walker Atkinson, who has written over 100 books. Based on a book he wrote in 1908, he attempted to describe the workings of the universe in terms of a set of laws in his last manuscript The Seven Cosmic Laws, written in 1931 and published posthumously in 2011.

These 7 Natural Laws are working with us and for us. You can take charge of your life by focusing on what you want, and by law, you will have it.

Here is a brief description of them:

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The Law of Vibration
The Law of Vibration states that everything vibrates and nothing rests. Vibrations of the same frequency resonate with each other, so like attracts like energy. Everything is energy, including your thoughts. Consistently focusing on a particular thought or idea attracts its vibrational match. How to apply it: Focus on what you want instead of what you don’t want. 
The Law of Relativity
The Law of Relativity states that nothing is what it is until you relate it to something. Point of view is determined by what the observer is relating to. The nature, value, or quality of something can only be measured in relation to another object. How to apply it: Practice relating your situation to something worse than yours and you will feel good about where you are.
The Law of Cause and Effect
The Law of Cause and Effect states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Every cause has an effect, and every effect has a cause. Be at cause for what you desire, and you will get the effect. All thought is creative, so be careful what you wish for… you will get it. How to apply it: Consistently think and act on what you desire to be effective at getting it.
The Law of Polarity
The Law of Polarity states that everything has an opposite. Hot-Cold, Light-Dark, Up-Down, Good-Bad. In the absence of that which you are not, that which you are… is not. Polar opposites make existence possible. If what you are not didn’t coexist with what you are, then what you are could not be. Therefore, do not condemn or criticize what you are not or what you don’t want. How to apply it: Look for the good in people and situations. What you focus on, you make bigger in your life.
The Law of Rhythm
The Law of Rhythm states that everything has a natural cycle. The tides go in and back out, night follows day, and life regenerates itself. We all have good times and bad times, but nothing stays the same. Change is constant. Knowing that “This too shall pass” is great wisdom about life’s ebb and flow. How to apply it: When you are on a downswing, know that things will get better. Think of the good times that are coming.
The Law of Gestation
The Law of Gestation states that everything takes time to manifest. All things have a beginning and grow into form as more energy is added to it. Thoughts are like seeds planted in our fertile minds that bloom into our physical experience if we have nourished them. How to apply it: Stay focused and know that your goals will become reality when the time is right.
The Law of Transmutation
The Law of Transmutation states that energy moves in and out of physical form. Your thoughts are creative energy. The more you focus your thinking on what you desire, the more you harness your creative power to move that energy into results in your life. The Universe organizes itself according to your thoughts. How to apply it: Put your energy and effort, your thoughts and actions into attracting what you desire, and you will surely attract the physical manifestation of that energy.


Wikipedia tells us that the concept of natural law was documented in ancient Greek philosophy, including by Aristotle, the ancient Greek philosopher, so it has been recognized for a while. When you become aware of these natural laws you can actually use them to your advantage for your good.


Candi Parker
Candi Parker
Candi Parker is an artistic entrepreneur, a best-selling author, book designer, publisher, graphic artist, certified Law of Attraction coach, leader in the global Women’s Prosperity Network, an Army Veteran and retired Acupuncture Physician. She has helped over 300 people become published authors and has created an effective system for tapping into the multi-billion dollar industry of eBook sales with her course, Write a Kindle Book in a Weekend. Her Positive Tribe Magazine is reaching five countries and growing. She is building a global Foundation for Positive Living, supporting Veterans and widows to re-identify their lives and supporting animal rescue operations. The common theme in all she does is her passion and expertise in providing ways for people to achieve health, wealth and happiness. Candi's mission is to "add value to the lives of every person I meet and use my gifts and talents to support others in realizing and expressing their own heart’s desires."

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  1. The ying and the yang in words. My Fairy Godmother gave me a book “You Are Here” by Thich Nhat Hanh where it discusses the need for opposites in life. To avoid sadness is to never appreciate happiness to it’s fullest. We need to sow the seeds of both to appreaciate life.

  2. Had a wonderful time reading this. You’ve summarized it all so clearly. Some were good to read because I’m already on that path, and some were the perfect reminders. I’m bookmarking this one to refer to again to learn the laws even more deeply.

    • Thank you Kat O’Keefe Kanavos and Milli Thorton, I thought they are so interesting too. I believe there are more “laws” out there but these first seven were pondered by Aristotle the great Greek Philosopher so they have been pondered on for a long time. When you understand them you can actually work with them to create your highest and best life!

    • PONDERING them is a great idea! I can see why that would work. It sinks into you more deeply that way. Thanks for the tip, Candi.