If your not familiar with The Universal Laws you can do a quick Google search and get plenty of sites listing apx. 10-20+ more Laws which apparently govern the universe. I would provide a link however I personally do not want to direct any traffic to any of these sites here on my blog.
Not until recently The Universal Laws have been passed off as some secret ancient esoteric knowledge made public and appears under many names such as Spiritual Laws and the Laws of Nature. They are quoted in New Age books, Spirituality books (sometimes sided with Karma and Karmatic Laws) self help books and popular books entitled *How to be succesful*.
This however is not my first run in with The Universal Laws. I've been aware of them for a long time. The difference now is, I am wanting to know where did it orginate from?
Interesting enough, it doesn't seem I am having much luck finding the origins of these * Universal Laws*. A good majority of sites online that have these listed are just copying from a book called The Light Shall Set You Free by Dr's. Milanovich and McCune published in 1996. However I did find a lead to the Hermetic Principles in the Kyablion published in 1908. Which suggest that Drs. Milanovich and McCune may have nothing more than read The Kybalion and other resources and collaborated their own philosophy geared towards those seeking the Lightworker's path.
As far as any further predated information beyond The Kyablion is pretty much glossed over on a lot of these sites or not even mentioned at all. The claims are that it date backs to ancient philosophers, however no resources mentioned to which one and to what writings. One site goes further to vaguely claim these are the teachings of some *mystery school* which I'm not going to even touch that.
If anyone has some more info. where these Universal Laws are being derived from aside from The Kyablion I would love to hear from you.
All and all I hope this proves to be a good example of what others have reiterated time again on this site. That some resources aren't useful at all. That people are more primed to read a book, or a site and take a piece from it and run with it than to ever question it or dig further. Anyone can open a Youtube account or a website or write a book now-a-days and the best advice to seekers is to always use discretion. It also goes to show how lumping things together based on similiarites without any respectful mention of the differential components that went into it and it's origins, destroys the unique diversity of all Earth's people; culture, individuality and overall Our History. Quite frankly I am feed up in having to pick things apart. Plus copying and pasting is just not an impressive skill as to using your own words, this is annoying!
This next part is only my reasoning over these * Universal Laws*, which there are a lot more to it than what ones can instantly pull up on Google. There are subsidiarity laws as well. And in contemplation over the whole package I have come to the conclusion: There are no absolutes.
These laws suggest a world, a universe, nature, the spiritual realm and magick consists of only black and white. If you do x and y equals z, everytime. But the world/nature/universe doesn't always perform according to how we see it; with our use of finding tangible words in order to describe our observations in trying to understand the universe and any future outcomes. There is that grey area that says if you do x and y it won't always equal z and that should be taken into account as well. I think my personal reasoning is more in lines with the chaos theory here.
I personally do not have a problem with someone applying these Universal Laws in their path or practice and actually some of them do make sense to me, along with taking into the account that it may not go according to how we choose to describe how the world works. If it makes them a better person and a better person towards others than Bravo! But when these Laws are being thwarted on others as the end all, be all, as a divine absolute which all living things must be conscience of and follow in order to avoid a cosmic can of whoop ass, then by all means, I start to have a problem with it.
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