Laws of Life 4

Last Update: May 17, 2020

These are are tthe final laws from Wallace D Wattles book, The Science of Gettting Rich.

The Law of Polarity

This law states that everything in the universe has its opposite. There would be no inside to a room without an outside. If it was three feet from the floor to the table, it would be three feet on the table down to the floor. If it is 150 miles from Manchester to London, It must be 150 miles from London to Manchester. If something we considered bad happens in our life there has to be something good. If it was only a little bad when we worked our way around to the other side we will find it will only be a little good. Every situation just is. We make it negative or positive by virtue of how we choose to think about the situation. When we look at a situation one way and it is negative we can change our perspective and look at it from an opposite viewpoint and the thought will be positive.

In other words: There is good in everything - Look for it.

The Law of Rhythm

This law embodies the truth that everything keeps moving to and fro, flowing in and out, swinging backward and forward. There is a high and low tide. Everything is flowing both in and out in accordance with this law. There is always a reaction to every action. Something must advance when anything retreats. Something must rise when anything sinks. We are not going to feel good all the time. No one does. Low feelings are what permit you to enjoy the high feelings. There will always be highs and lows in life. Reason gives us the ability to choose our thoughts (that’s our free will). When we are on a natural downswing we can choose good thoughts with our free will and continue to move upward toward your goal.

In other words: Be aware of your thoughts. When they are negative, change them.

The Law of Cause and Effect.

Every cause has its effect. Every effect has its cause. There is no such thing as chance. It is impossible for the human mind to conceive of starting a new chain of causation, for the simple reason that every effect must have a cause, in turn, the cause must have an effect. Thus, we have the perpetual, never ending cycle of cause and effect. Ralph Waldo Emerson called the law of cause and effect, “The Law of Laws”. We are very interested in results. Our physical health, relationships, the respect we earn and our material income. We must concentrate on the cause, and the effect will automatically take care of itself.

In other words: Concentrate on your actions.

The Law of Gender.

This law in all things as masculine and feminine. It is this law that governs what we know as creation. All new things merely result from the changing of something that was, into something else that now is. Without the dual principle of male and female in all things, there could not be the difference of potential, perpetuation of motion nor a regeneration. This law is one which finally closes the cycle and completes the circle of the seven subsidiary laws, under the one great law. This is in truth the creative law. This law decrees that all seeds (ideas are spiritual seeds) have a gestation or incubation period before they manifest. In other words when we choose a goal or build an image in our mind, a definite period of time must elapse before that image manifests in physical results.

Your goals will manifest when the time is right.


Everything happens according to law. Nothing in the entire universe ever happens unless it occurs according to law. Nothing ever escapes the law.

Summarizing the 7 laws, the plan looks like this:

  1. We create our own results.
  2. Never change the truth by comparing.
  3. Work with people who have the same or stronger vibrations.
  4. There is good in everything - Look for it.
  5. Be aware of your thoughts. When they are negative, change them.
  6. Concentrate on your actions.
  7. Your goals will manifest when the time is right.

Don't be fooled into using our 5 senses (hear, taste, smell, touch and sight). To be successful with these laws they need to be used with your own environment you have created using the intellectual factors of Imagination, Intuition, Will, Memory, Reason and Perception.

I am happy for comment.

Have a great day

Stephen.

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Stanleycmng Premium
Well done, because of your post I am reading the book, Stephen.
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sbarrow4 Premium
Hi Stanley. Thank you. i am reading it again also. It does take time to interpret.
Have a great day
Stephen
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FKelso Premium
Good one! I especially liked your summary. Now will have to go back and read your other "Laws of Life" posts.
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statius Premium
More good stuff. Thank you.
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GazBower Premium
Wow Stephen.. some deep concepts and statements in today's post. I may need to go over it a few times before it sinks in.
Over all I am definitely feeling more positive about the direction I am travelling.

Thank you for your input.
Best wishes
Gaz
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sbarrow4 Premium
Gaz, keep it going. Wallace D Wattles says that the hardest work in the world is that of sustained and consecutive thought. i.e. we are constantly trying to change our paradigms that are governed by our senses rather than learning to build our own environment using the intellectual factors being Imagination, Intuition, Will, memory, Reason and perception. Remember it is what it is.The truth.
Don't worry you will always be attacked by paradigms.
have a great day
Stephen.
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Michael342 Premium
Thanks for sharing Stephen, another good post!
Mick C
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sbarrow4 Premium
Thanks heaps.
Have a great day
Stephen.
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