If Universal Law is the power of creation then what is the Universal Law?

asked 13 Mar '11, 22:11

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Universal law is a misnomer,,, there are so many different dimensions,, each one is so different (and so similar ) every universe (in the multiverse) has different rules. The only "laws" that are in every dimension (or universe) in every density is "love and light". This is a constant in all plains.
I am a channeler and I have learned so much. I have a channeling series on 4th-6th dimension negitive and positive and their steps on my YouTube channel. " TReb Bor yit-NE 's channeling playlist " then look for the 4th density 5th and 6th in the list. He explains this VERY well ,,love n light 2 u all


answered 19 Mar '11, 22:26

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TReb Bor yit-NE

edited 13 Aug '11, 06:51

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Interesting... I'm going to invest some time in this. Thank you. :)

(20 Mar '11, 04:54) Paxsecta

u r welcome,, if u need a lil further help please do not be afraid to ask !! love n light

(20 Mar '11, 14:33) TReb Bor yit-NE

Love.... If we live life by that, all other laws will co-operate.


answered 19 Mar '11, 23:04

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edited 20 Mar '11, 00:37

I agree! It is as simple as you say! Love and Blessings>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(20 Mar '11, 04:06) Jaianniah

Perfect! Thank you =)

(20 Mar '11, 04:46) Paxsecta

You're very welcome :)

(21 Mar '11, 20:59) Michaela
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In the beginning... God said, "Let ther be light" and there was light. He continued speaking things into being using the Law of Attraction. So maybe the Universal Law would be the Law of Attraction. However, another important law is As above so below, as below so above, as within so without, as without so within. But if the thoughts are within, then they are without as in manifestation of the LOA. So the LOA fits in the As within so without law because what happens out there is a mirror of what is happening in here. So then the Universal law would be As above so below, as below so above, as within so without, as without so within and the LOA is a sublaw of that.


answered 14 Mar '11, 01:46

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Fairy Princess

I agree with you, too. I could not say it better or more succinctly! Love and Blessings,>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

(20 Mar '11, 04:08) Jaianniah

The Universe comprises abundant matter. Energy is the force that creates and sustains matter. The Universe was created from an explosion of energy, known as the Power of Creation. Universal Law examines the power of creation and how it relates to energy and matter. It examines how you relate to the rest of the world. We are all made up of matter. Universal Law examines the vibrational energy released by humans and how that energy relates to their environment.

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answered 17 Mar '11, 04:07

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I spent some time searching for an answer to my own question and constructed this answer.

(17 Mar '11, 04:22) Paxsecta

universal law/s may encompas;
the opposite pole/polarity,
universality in diversity,
cause and effect,
all things emanate from something,
mother nature has a plan to follow,
and evolution


answered 18 Mar '11, 02:02

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edited 19 Mar '11, 10:01

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