1)The LAW OF PURE POTENTIAL- states that one's essential state is one of infinite possibilities....
2)The LAW OF GIVING AND RECEIVING- explains that ones has to keep energy and the free flow of ideas continuously circulating within the universe. One has be able to receive any "gift" from the universe with sincerity and openness and be able to give that back as well, instead of hoarding it whether it be gifts, money, flow of energy, etc.
3) The LAW OF KARMA- states that every action generates an energy that returns back to one in like kind. "By consciously paying a 'karmic' debt, one can convert adversity, into a positive experience..no debt in the universe, every goes unpaid" If one aligns with Spirit before making any decision, one can feel the best answer which result in the 'best' outcome, an outcome which will result in the most happiness for all involved.
4)The LAW OF LEAST EFFORT- states that Nature takes the course least resistance, chaos, and stagnation. "Observe Nature. Grass doesn't try to grow, it grows. Birds don't try to fly, they fly" .. "Chaos is actually unnatural"
5)The LAW OF INTENTION OF DESIRE- states inherent in every desire, there is also the mechanics to its fulfillment. Some intentions include Awareness, Potential, Creativity, Success, Healing.
6)The LAW OF DETACHMENT- states the Universe responds best when one is detached, and not desperate or obsessed on the outcome of a desire. Detachment is a quality of intention..ones intention is for the future, but its detachment allows one to experience the present. If one is obsessed with getting the outcome only and says to ones self "I will be a failure if I don't have this or that", one has locked their intention into failure mode already and thus created a fixed, rigid present. When one stays detached from the goal and awareness on the present, the intention will manifest.
7)The LAW OF DHARMA- is the law of purpose. Dharma is one's unique plan and reason for existing. Understanding one's dharma is understanding how one's individuality fits into the complex and intricate 'web of life'