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Spiritual Laws {4} ~ Correspondence

The Law of Correspondence is directly related to the foundational Law of Divine Oneness. The key idea here is that patterns repeat throughout the universe, and that prominent patterns can also be found repeating on a very small scale.

For example, think of the popular example of the spiral pattern that reappears in a huge number of places in the galaxy. Look for patterns in your own life and in your thinking, and notice how they repeat elsewhere in the world. As you do so, consider the kinds of pattern changes you might be able to make, and how those will create change on a large scale.

Spiritual Laws {3} ~ Vibration

According to the Law of Vibration, every particle in the universe is in constant movement and constantly carries energy. This applies to enormous parts of the universe, like the planets and stars. However, it also applies to the chair underneath you or the table where your computer sits.

In addition, everything has its own specific energy frequency. High energy particles are naturally attuned to other high energy particles, and the same is true for those that have low energy.

If your goal is to live a more productive and full life, consider what you would need to do to heighten your energy frequency.


Koham, is a Sanskrit mantra. The mantra literally translates as Koh, which means “who,” and Am, which means “I.” Together, the mantra becomes the question “who am I?” Used as a mantra in meditation, this question is used by yogis seeking solace. The question of “who am I?” is what needs to be analyzed and realized in order to transcend physical and material reality.


Upekkha is a term that refers to the Buddhist concept of equanimity. Rooted in insight, upekkha is a perfect balance of the mind that is calm and even, particularly in difficult situations. It is one of the four brahmaviharas, or Buddhist virtues and meditative practices.

Upekkha is a Pali word that translates as “indifference” or “disregard,” but as a Buddhist concept, it is neither. Instead, it is even-mindedness, non-attachment and serenity, and it conveys that everyone should be treated impartially. In Sanskrit, it is known as upeksha.