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The Law Of Rhythm

Click Here NOW for a FREE psychic reading at PsychicAccess.comRhythm is everywhere. In nature we see it in the seasons, the tides of the ocean, the phases of the moon, and the daily rising and setting of the sun. We can even physically feel the law of rhythm expressed in our heartbeat, our breathing, and our footsteps as we walk. We can also see and hear it in the ticking of the clock.

Everything in the universe is energy that flows according to certain rhythms, and these vibrational rhythms are what we experience as seasons, cycles, phases and patterns in the manifested world. There is a constant ebb and flow of energy, like a pendulum swinging from one end to the other. This is known as the universal Law of Rhythm.

The implication of this unchanging universal law is that everything is cyclical and constantly shifting or transitioning according to its intended rhythm. The Law of Rhythm therefore teaches us that nothing is permanent and that change is inevitable and the only constant in our lives. This impermanence of everything may seem frightening at first, but if we develop a deeper spiritual understanding of the Law of Rhythm, we can use it to our advantage by making the most of the inevitable patterns, stages and cycles of life.

The ancients intuitively understood the role of this universal law in their lives, and it is a concept found in many cultures, religions, and spiritual teachings. Most of the world’s religions affirm in some way the importance of living in harmony with the flow and rhythm of the natural world and honoring the cycles of life.

When we evolve our potential, we advance our soul. Understanding and applying the Law of Rhythm will only move us forward in creating the life we want and are meant to have. It’s all a matter of perspective and trusting the process ~ Carol Chapman 

In Hinduism and Buddhism, for example, we see the pendulum swing of the law of rhythm reflected in the concept of karma, which teaches that every cause has an effect and every action has a reaction. In Christianity, we see it in the teaching that we will reap what we sow. In the Bible, Ecclesiastes 3:1 says, “There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens,” and in Islam, the Qur’an says in 40:6, “For everything there is a season.

In Native American tradition there is a deep spiritual understanding of the interconnectedness of all things and our duty to honor the rhythms of life and nature. Native Americans also believe that the natural world is a reflection of the spiritual world. They see the cycles of the seasons, the moon, and the sun as reflections of the cycles of life, death, and rebirth.

The rhythms of life and nature are also an integral part of Paganism and Wicca. In these spiritual traditions, the natural world is considered sacred. The rhythms of the seasons, the cycles of the moon, and the tides of the ocean are all manifestations of the divine that are celebrated in rituals, festivals, and daily practices.

Once we truly grasp the spiritual wisdom that the Law of Rhythm represents, we intuitively realize that in all aspects of life there is a time to sew, a time to rest, and a time to reap, and a time to start over.

Understanding the Law of Rhythm helps us to become more empowered in our own personal cycles and stages of life. For example, when we go through a difficult time or have a bad day, we know that this too shall pass. The sun will come out tomorrow. There is a time to act or react, and there is a time to step back and wait for the tide to turn.

Even when things in your life seem overwhelming or impossible, remember that everything will eventually cycle back to a more desirable outcome. This is what it means to “stay in the flow” or to “trust the process.”

Everything flows, out and in; everything has its tides; all things rise and fall; the pendulum swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left; rhythm compensates ~ The Kybalion

With this law, we also understand that everything in our lives moves in and out of phases, just like the changing seasons. Knowing this, we can use the Law of Rhythm to our advantage by better planning our future, setting the right intentions at the right time, and taking advantage of opportunities as they arise.

People who make the Law of Rhythm their friend, rather than their enemy, know that whenever they move toward something and it does not work out, they simply need to change their strategy or direction. Instead of having a negative reaction or feeling defeated, they simply move on. This is the essence of the Law of Rhythm. We need to do what nature and the universe do: keep moving!

There is no escaping the Law of Rhythm in our lives. Those who try to resist the innate rhythms of the universal flow only end up sabotaging themselves and poisoning their hearts and minds with negativity, frustration, impatience, anger and defeat. Even worse, resisting the universal flow will either delay or stop the manifestation of our desires.

The only way to avoid the potentially negative effects that the Law of Rhythm can have in our lives is to harness and transcend it. We do this by learning to accept the ebb and flow of life and not allowing our mental state and energy frequency to be affected by the pendulum swings of life.

The Law of Rhythm emphasizes change. To live our best lives and achieve our highest accomplishments, we must embrace the ever-changing cycles and seasons of life. Because life is constantly changing, something better is potentially always around the corner!

So how do you stay in the flow? Be patient, embrace change, live in the present moment, trust the process and enjoy the ride.

About The Author: Sheri

Sheri is an international psychic and angel reader who provides clear answers on finance, career, relationships, manifesting your dreams, and working-out the kinks of life. Since 2004, Sheri is the owner on an International Spiritual Healing Centre where she runs her Reiki practice - either working on clients or teaching them the levels of Usui Reiki. She utilizes her office space for readings that are conducted via mail, phone, chat or live. Since 2008, she's honed her gifts on various psychic service websites, where she's provided telephone, chat or email readings. She also works on a spiritual network for people who have suffered horrific loss, applying her own first-hand experiences with such tragedies. Sheri's work has been described as honest, compassionate and life-transforming and she would like to see all of her clients soar free to a higher level of spirituality and growth, and exponentially change the world to the best it can be. You can get a psychic reading from Sheri at

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