4 Law of Correspondence
The saying "As above, so below; as below, so above." expresses the essence of the principle of Correspondence. This law explains that there is a harmony, agreement, and correspondence between various planes of the universe. And since everything in the universe comes from one source, the same laws, principles, and characteristics apply to everything.
Correspondence establishes the interconnectedness between all things in the universe and keeps all things relative to each other. It also allows to foresee the character of phenomena and things, which aren't yet known. But the correspondence is found in certain broader sense and no analogy is absolutely the same in detail. There can be noticed constant similarity, but no two elements are identical. In the universal creation everything is unique.
How the Law of Correspondence shows in life
Everywhere in universe you can find the same patterns - from the smallest electron to the largest star. You can notice them in the construction of human bodies, in the structure of minerals, plants, animals and in the geometry of hurricanes and galaxies. They are known since ancient times and are also used consciously by humans in various cultures in architecture, art, design, technology, etc. Some of these principles are known by names like the Golden Ratio, Fibonacci sequence, fractal geometry or sacred geometry.
Let's look at some examples for an illustration of the principle. Everywhere in nature we find the sphere. The form is often noticed in fruits and berries. And all kinds of other phenomena are manifested in this form: be it a soap bubble, planet Earth, other planets or the sun.
Another example: All vibrations emanate from a source point in every direction in waves, shaping constantly increasing spheres. If you drop a stone in the water, it causes spherical vibratory waves, which are seen as increasingly enlarging circles on the water. The same principle works with all other vibrations - sound waves, light, magnetic waves and phenomena of subtler planes like thoughts.
As within, so without
This law expresses itself not only in "outer" phenomena, but also in your inner world. (The subtle planes of thoughts, emotions, etc.) Your outer life is a reflection of your inner life. "As within, so without." There is a direct correspondence between your thoughts, emotions, feelings and the way you experience the external world. All events, circumstances, people in your life are actually manifestations of your inner world. The thoughts, beliefs and emotions, feelings we hold in our conscious and subconscious minds manifest their likenesses in our external circumstances. Our outer world is a mirror of our inner world. The mirror of the Universe is absolutely honest and accurate: it shows even your deepest secrets and unconscious beliefs and feelings. Every single person and situation in your life is a mirror of an aspect of yourself, positive or negative.
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Discover other universal laws and principles:
2. Law of Vibration
3. Law of Mentalism and Consciousness
5. Law of Polarity
6. Law of Rhythm
7. Law of Cause and Effect
7.1 Law of Giving and Receiving
8. Law of Evolution
8.1 Law of Life Purpose
8.2 Principle of Challenge and Negativity
8.3 Law of Success
9. Principle of Love
10. Principle of Knowledge
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