Kids Friendly Version of the 13 Universal Laws
1. The Law of Oneness:
We live in a world where everything is connected to everything else. Everything we do, say, think and believe affects others and the universe around us. A Child knows that he belongs to a greater reality and feels interconnected. Watch a newborn that will go to anyone without bias or a toddler at play from an early age.
There is no separateness of energy, only oneness of energy. Ask your child how they feel when they are separated from their friends versus being connected to their friends. Teach a child that oneness equals connectedness. As an example you can have them and their mix of friends hold hands at the wrists and show how we are one yet connected. We are all equally human.
Teach your child: Oneness = connecting with their friends
2. The Law of Vibration:
We believe everything in the Universe moves, vibrates, and travels in circular patterns; nothing is idle. Everything is in a constant state of motion or change. Each sound, thing, and even thought has its own vibrational frequency, unique unto itself.
Again – witness a child…but beyond their constant movement if you looked under a microscope you would see the vibrations of whatever you were viewing. A child can understand that movement and change are vibration.
Teach your child: Vibration = movement like a bicyclist in motion
3. The Law of Attraction:
People’s thoughts (both conscious and unconscious) dictate how they create the things, events, and people that come into our lives. Therefore your thoughts, feelings, words, and actions produce energies which, in turn, attract like energies. Negative energies attract negative energies and positive energies attract positive energies.
Essentially if you really want something and truly believe it’s possible, you’ll obtain it. However, there must be feeling behind your thoughts in order for the law to truly work. This is a well published law but one with great potential for children if they learn to understand its strength. Genuine feeling behind you or your child’s dreams will help them come true.
Teach your child: Attraction = Thinking or dreaming with feeling
4. The Law of Action:
You actually need to go out in the world and apply your desires in order for them to manifest things on earth. Therefore, you must take action that supports your thoughts, dreams, emotions and words. The universe likes quick action once a thought manifests. He who hesitates has lost, I believe the saying goes.
Taking action is generally a stumbling block for children as they can be shy and unsure of themselves. Explaining how this law works using a soccer player example. When your child does not immediately run after the ball, an opposing player can and will get to it first!
Teach your child: Quick Action (responding quickly to a thought to act) = Success
5. The Law of Correspondence:
The principles or laws of physics that explain the physical or outer world – energy, Light, vibration, and motion – is a reflection of our inner world – “As within, so without.”
The law of correspondence is a reflection of who we currently are; our outer reality is one of peace and happiness, then our inner world is too. If the outer world is in chaos and mired in money trouble, or sickness and strife, then we are having a difficult life. The cartoon mirror example above will no doubt get the point across to your child.
Teach your child: Law of Correspondence = is like a mirror
Or a negative thought about oneself = sadness Or a positive thought about oneself = Happiness
6. The Law of Cause and Effect:
Nothing happens by chance or outside the Universal Laws. Everything in the universe is energy and therefore connected. Every action has a reaction or consequence and we “reap what we have sown” or “what you give is what you get.” Your thoughts attract like thoughts. A thought is a thing. If your child tells a lie, they will feel guilty, ashamed or unhappy. If they are giving and share a toy; a friend brings them a toy or treat the next day.
Teach your child: Cause and effect = Is like a magnet
7. The Law of Compensation:
The Law of Cause and Effect applied to blessings and abundance that are provided for us. Therefore there is no worldly gain without some loss, and no worldly loss without some gain. The visible effects of our deeds are given to us in gifts, money, inheritances, friendships, and blessings.
For every loss there is a gain and for everything we gain there must be a loss. If a child gives a gift you will receive one in return perhaps in the form of a good feeling or a physical present or toy. If a cat steals dinner the family loses part of its dinner. It may come or go at another time and not immediately upon performing the act.
Child: Compensation = Giving = receiving Or Taking or stealing = losing
9. The Law of Energy:
Energy is always moving and all persons have within them the power to change the conditions in their lives. Energy moves into physical form when enough feeling though is given to it. Each of us can change the energies in our lives by understanding the Universal Laws and applying the principles in such a way as to effect change.
Every thought is energy vibrating molecules or atoms. Remind your child of a time that they knew what their best friend or even you were thinking before they finished a sentence they could finish first.
Sound is energy when you talk or make sounds you send out the vibration of energy. Have your child hold their hands crossed over their chest as they yell and they can feel the energy emitted.
Our light or emanations give off energy. You can focus your light energy inward to heal your body. How many times has your child noticed that the sun gives them more energy than a rainy/gloomy day?
Our bodies have form and are full of vibrating energy. Our body energy vibrates at slower, it’s dense and heavy. An example is that child full of energy and yet had a bodily form.
Teach your child: Thought, sounds, light and form = energy
10. The Law of Relativity:
Each person will receive a series of problems (Tests of Initiation) for the purpose of strengthening the Light within. We must consider each of these tests to be a challenge and remain connected to our hearts when proceeding to solve the problems. This law also teaches us to compare our problems to others’ problems and put everything into its proper perspective. No matter how bad we perceive our situation to be, there is always someone who is in a worse position. It is all relative.
Nothing is good or bad, it’s just the way it should until we compare it to something. Nothing in life has any meaning, except for the meaning that we give it. Your child can say they don’t like apples one day and like them the next because a friend told them that day they liked apples!
Teach your child: Relativity = Comparison of good or bad
11. The Law of Rhythm:
Everything vibrates and moves to certain rhythms. These rhythms establish seasons, cycles, stages of development, and patterns. Each cycle reflects regularity. There is no movement which has no sound, and there is no sound which has no rhythm.
Energy in the universe is like a pendulum moving to patterns. Everything in this universe is in constant motion. Children notice the sun rising and setting or the seasons changing.
Teach your child: Rhythm = cycles of movement
12. The Law of Gender:
Everything has its masculine (yang) and feminine (yin) principles, and that these are the basis for all creation. The spiritual Initiate must balance the masculine and feminine energies within herself or himself to become a Master. This law decrees everything in nature is both male and female.
Teach your child: Gender = both boy and girls
13. The Law of Polarity:
Everything is on a continuum and has an opposite. It is the law of mental vibrations. For every action, there’s an immediate and opposite reaction. If something you considered bad happens in your life, there has to also be a silver lining. And unfortunately the opposite also holds true. For every up, there is a down. If your child swings up, she must come down.
Teach your child: Polarity = If you go up you must come down.
Deena McMahon is a mother, grandmother, author and entrepreneur for Kids Universal , a continuing education and business development company showing people to understand success principles.
BY: Deena McMahon
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