7 principles of Quantum Physics

Why are The 7 Prin­ci­ples so important?

Because they affect every­thing in life and have an inter­est­ing rela­tion­ship with each other.

The 7 Prin­ci­ples are:

1. The Prin­ci­ple of Men­tal­ism
2. The Prin­ci­ple of Cor­re­spon­dence
3. The Prin­ci­ple of Polar­ity
4. The Prin­ci­ple of Vibra­tion
5. The Prin­ci­ple of Rhythm
6. The Prin­ci­ple of Cause and Effect
7. The Prin­ci­ple of Gen­der


I. The Prin­ci­ple of Mentalism

THE ALL IS MIND; The Uni­verse is Men­tal.

This prin­ci­ple states that the world, uni­verses, cos­mos… are sim­ply a men­tal cre­ation of God. This is a sub­jec­tive obser­va­tion of cre­ation that explains all the dif­fer­ent men­tal and psy­chic phe­nom­ena and the nature of energy, time, and space.

II. The Prin­ci­ple of Correspondence

As above, so below; as below, so above.

Accord­ing to this prin­ci­ple, there is always a cor­re­spon­dence between the phe­nom­ena of the var­i­ous lev­els of being and life.

III. The Prin­ci­ple of Vibration

Noth­ing rests; every­thing moves; every­thing vibrates.”

This Prin­ci­ple embod­ies the idea that every­thing vibrates; noth­ing is at rest. Note that new sci­en­tific dis­cov­ery tends to ver­ify this. It explains that the var­i­ous man­i­fes­ta­tions of energy, spirit, mind results from vary­ing level of vibrations.

IV. The Prin­ci­ple of Polarity

Every­thing is dual; every­thing has an oppos­ing point; every­thing has its pair of oppo­sites; like and unlike are the same; oppo­sites are iden­ti­cal in nature, but dif­fer­ent in degree; extremes bond; all truths are but par­tial truths; all para­doxes may be rec­on­ciled.

This fourth Prin­ci­ple embod­ies the idea that every­thing has two oppos­ing sides. So, with that in mind, it explains that oppo­sites are really only the two extremes of the same event, with many vary­ing degrees between them.

Let’s take an exam­ple: “love and hate.” They look dif­fer­ent, there are degrees of hate and degrees of love, and a mid­dle point in which you use the terms “like or dis­like,” but their bound­aries are often blurred which can make it con­fus­ing as to whether you like or dis­like something.

V. The Prin­ci­ple of Rhythm

Every­thing flows out and in; every­thing has its sea­son; all things rise and fall; the pen­du­lum swing expresses itself in every­thing; the mea­sure of the swing to the right is the mea­sure of the swing to the left; rhythm com­pen­sates.

There is always an action and a reac­tion; an advance and a retreat; a ris­ing and a sink­ing.  This law is estab­lished in the cre­ation and destruc­tion of worlds; in the rise and fall of nations; and finally, in the men­tal states of humans.

VI. The Prin­ci­ple of Cause and Effect

Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause; every­thing hap­pens accord­ing to Law; Chance is just a name for Law not rec­og­nized; there are many fields of cau­sa­tion, but noth­ing escapes the Law of Des­tiny.

This prin­ci­ple states that there is a cause for every effect; and an effect from every cause. It explains that “every­thing hap­pens accord­ing to law.” That noth­ing ever “merely happens.

VII. The Prin­ci­ple of Gender

Gen­der is in every­thing; every­thing has its mas­cu­line and fem­i­nine prin­ci­ples; Gen­der man­i­fests on all lev­els.

This Prin­ci­ple embod­ies the idea that there is gen­der expressed in every­thing — the mas­cu­line and fem­i­nine prin­ci­ples are always at work.

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