Law #1: The Law of Existence

Everything exists for a reason.  Our human body is simply a mechanism that holds together matter (our physical body) and antimatter (the magnetic field known as our soul). These two energies must be kept at an exact proportion rate at all times for the human mechanism to function properly. This proportion rate is the same…

Law #2: Law of Destiny

Things happen for a reason! It is not hard to recognize that our reality is a result of a chain of cause–effect events. Even the simplest action we carry on are as a result of cause-effect. For example when it rains, we become wet. When we get wet we feel cold. When we feel cold…

Law #3: Law of Resistance

We learn through pain! All things change, because change is the dynamic of life, and it is the effect of destiny. As a result of destiny the knowledge that we pass on from one generation to another is increasing and as the knowledge increases our awareness in regards to our reality is increasing too. Higher…

Law #4: Law of Giving and Receiving

Thinking = Giving out antimatter energy Gathering information, Paying attention (not thinking) = Receiving antimatter energy Attention is where our awareness is focused at certain point in space and time. When we direct our attention on something that’s because we want to gather information about what stroked our curiosity at that moment. Our attention is…

Law #5: Law of Concentration

Antimatter, just like ideal gas, under pressure it can perform work. We can focus our attention voluntarily on things that strike our interest but sometimes our attention shifts involuntarily. When we concentrate our attention during a lecture, when reading a book, watching a show, or doing things that require attention, we have to apply some…

Law #6: The Law of Tension

Forcing others’ attention creates contra-reactions. Scientifically speaking, work is only performed when some energy is spent. The formula used in physics to express this fact is W= ∆E (Change of Energies). Producing thoughts, learning, arriving conclusions, analyzing facts etc., these are all examples of intellectual work, therefore they require some energy to be spend in…

Law #7: Law of Grudges

If history repeats itself that’s because of the grudges that we carry on from one life to another. As discussed so far, any unexpected stimulus can easily capture one’s attention. Attention shifts towards the stimulus in order to collect information and understand the reason why the stimulus occurred. Once we gather enough information we will…

Law #9: Law of Karma

What goes around comes around. The first universal Law of Energy states that energy never disappears, but transforms from one type of energy to another. This well-known saying, “what goes around comes around,” implies exactly what the law of energy states. Any actions of ours and even our thoughts use some of the energy available…

Law #10: Law of Attraction

Like attracts like. The Law of Attraction known as like attracts like, is made quite popular from the movie The Secret and book with the same title of the author Rhonda Byrne. In The Secret, the Law of Attraction is proclaimed as a powerful law that can help anyone realize their wishes. According to The…

Law #11: Law of Appreciation

Appreciation is the source of energy. It can make us generate our own energy. As mentioned earlier, work is performed when there is some change in the amount of energy. In physics we express this with the following formula: Work = Change of Energies. Therefore, our challenge is to figure out how to increase our antimatter…

Law #12: Law of Self-Centrism

Individual souls have to take care of their needs first as a basic requirement for their existence  Until now we have assumed that Destiny and free are two opposites. If we accepted that everything was predetermined by destiny then we would not accept that we have free will. In contrary, if we accepted that we possessed…