Nature is a beautiful undulation of interweaving forces, the kind & the cruel, the graceful & awkward, the scary & adorable. But within all of that, are self-sustaining and self-governing principles held in a self-organising system that has integrity.
Even with all its moving parts and expansive diversity.
So much can be learnt from nature.
In fact, many science theories and concepts that are learnt in schools were brought through just with the observation of nature.
Nature has nothing to prove. It just is.
And through its observation, we can find analogies for our own lives, using these consistent and self-sustaining principles. Everything is available, if your eyes are open enough to see.
5 Natural Laws
The 5 natural laws I focus on are (in no particular order, as they are inter-weaving):
- The law of TENSION – tension seeks to resolve.
- The law of STRUCTURE (also cause & effect) – structure determines behaviour. Change the structure, change the behaviour.
- The law of CYCLE –predictable cycles occur along the same vibration. Cycles aren’t personal, nothing is permanent, there is more than 1 cycle.
- The law of GENDER – masculine & feminine principles in unison create. The anima & the animus.
- The law of RESONANCE – vibrational entrainment influences.
5 Natural Laws in application
The laws are constantly interweaving within each other, around each other, because nature is a whole system, not just the sum of its parts. All parts contribute, and you can use laws against laws to shift the ecosystem.
We are little pods of ecosystems in a larger whole.
Many of us want to contribute beneficial change to our lives, our community and the world. Is this you as well?
But most of us live subjected to these laws & forces, rather than using them for a beneficial outcome for all. Sometimes everything is working in harmony, so there’s nothing to tweak. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
And then there’s all the other times. When you know that something isn’t right. When events like Covid-19 highlight the holes in the system, in our own daily lives and well-being… what do we do then?
Do we bury ourselves into a hole and hope things pass (they will – law of cycles… nothing is permanent until death, and even then…), or do we realise that we can use these laws in our favour and adapt?
If you are someone who wishes to be a force of beneficial change, for your personal ecosystem or a greater ecosystem, then mastering your responses in relation to these laws are imperative. Whether you are conscious of them or not, they exist and continue to exist.