The Law Of Polarity The Law Of Transformation And Creation

What is important in understanding the Law of Polarity is the ability to understand the power of transformationThe 7 Essential Universal Laws by Christy Whitman

The Law of Polarity is a law of the Universe that is very much misunderstood, and it’s probably the one law which took me the longest time to grasp.  However, when I did fully understand how this law works, it became very clear to me that it’s an essential law to understand if we want to understand change.

In this post I am going to attempt to explain what is the Law of Polarity, and what does it has to do with your success.

What is the Law of Polarity?

The law of Polarity is a fundamental law of transformation and creation in our universe. The Law of Polarity includes all the possibilities ranging from the negative to the positive spectrum in every area of our world.

Energetically, the positive and the negative generate an electrical current; the day needs the night to balance out the earth temperature, and a man and a woman must come together in order to bring forth life.  It can be said that polar opposites need each other in order to transform and create.

The Law of Polarity says that everything in the Universe has its opposite.  If there is an inside to the building, there is an outside to the building. If it’s 40 feet to the top, it’s 40 feet to the bottom.  If the weather can be very cold it can also be very hot.  If something can be very bad it can also be very good.  The Law of Polarity says that everything as its equal opposite.  If something bad happens to you in your life, there has to be something good about it at the other end.

I know if I look at my own life, some bad things that happened to me a long time ago are serving me today to work on my personal development book, and its making me a better Life Coach.  If I had lived on a bed of roses all my life, I don’t think that I would be able to do this at all.  Using the Law of Polarity to the full has made me understand things that would have been way above my head otherwise.

You too, can use the Law of Polarity in your life to to create the outcome that you want.

How Some Entrepreneur Have Used the Law of Polarity to Prosper

When the economy is going to hell in hand basket, many people start to panic. Unfortunately, Panic is actually a very strong emotion that tends to attract its equivalent results, which means a lot of negative and even downright pretty bad things.

Smart entrepreneurs, however, tend to use the Laws of the Universe to their own advantage and know that if the economy is bad at this end it’s also good at the other end.  They are taking this knowledge to good use, and come up with business ideas that make them even more profitable after a bad economy wave has past than they were before.

It’s because their are using the laws of Attraction and Polarity that they come out winners. Those who don’t, usually come out losers.

You have to remember that in order for a new economy to take place, the old one has got to go away.  For the new leaves to grow on a tree at spring time the old leaves have to dry up and fall down.  For you to be able to take on a good habits, you have to drop the bad ones.  For something new to come the old one has got to go.

When you get rid of the bad to leave room for the good, applying the Law of Attraction, you are using the Law of Polarity to your own advantage, because the Universe hates a vacuum.

When you get rid of something, you are making room for something else.  What is emptied must also be field – that’s the Law of Polarity.  By using the Law of Attraction as you know how to do it by now, right? You can use the Law of Polarity to your own benefits.

Using The Law of Polarity In our Daily Life

The Law of Polarity calls for change, and as humans we do not like change by nature, but at the same time our very nature is to change, because we are part of this universe which means change.   We start changing from the moment we are born to after we have died. Everything transforms and changes all the time.  The Low of Polarity is part of the very transformation and creation going on in our universe.

We can’t be young and old at the same time no more than we can be rich and poor at the same time, but as we are you at one end of our life, we will be old at the other end of it. If  you are poor at one end of your life there is ALWAYS the possibility to be rich at the other.

For example, this is why in order to get a better job, you will have to leave the old one behind.  In order to become an entrepreneur, you’ll have to leave  your job behind, either right away or further down the line.  What ever it is that you may be attached to that keeps your life idle, you have to learn to leave it behind.

When I decided to move to America and got my plan ticket, I started to realize all the things that I was leaving behind.  Because it’s never easy to leave things behind it’s started to feel hard. Out of the two dates that I could pick for my flight I chose the latter one.  However, I had to come to the realization that I couldn’t have both; in order to get one thing I needed to leave the other one behind.

The law of polarity is affecting us throughout our life all the time, whether we are conscious of it of not.  Are you using the Law of Polarity to your best advantage?

See also: the Law of Resistance, the Law of Allowing, the Law of Detachment and the Law of Cause and Effect.

Listen to to this short video about the Law of Polarity

 

Let me know what your think in the comment area below!

24 Comments

  • Harleena SinghTwitter: harleenas says:

    Wonderfully explained yet again Sylviane!

    Yes indeed, once you mentioned the various examples, I realized that we do use the Law of Polarity in our daily lives, but we just don’t know that it’s a law we have been using so far. 🙂

    For the new to come the old must go, and for the good to happen, you must leave your bad habits and things behind, which is exactly what we all need to do. And any change we adapt for the better comes only after we are ready for making those changes and leave our old thoughts behind – isn’t it? Every thing mostly does have an equal opposite if we come to think of it, just as you mentioned in your various examples.

    Yes indeed, all successful people apply this law when they know that the bad time is only a passing phase and prepare themselves for the better times ahead. They don’t fear the failures or drawbacks, instead take those as learning experiences to move ahead and plan further in life, which helps them ultimately achieve their goals.

    That was a wonderful video about the law of polarity too. Thanks for sharing about yet another wonderful Law that we didn’t really know 🙂
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Harleena,

      As always, so nice to see you here. I don’t know how you do it, but you’re first to comment in all the blogs I see you 🙂

      I love writing this series about the Laws of the Universe, and I realize that still a lot of people are not very familiar with them. However, as you said, we’ve been practicing and living with such laws for ever, we were just not aware of it. Awareness and knowledge is key, to be able to use those laws for our own benefits.

      Thank you for your feedbacks 🙂

      • Harleena SinghTwitter: harleenas says:

        Ah…I think it’s our time zones that are quite similar, or perhaps the time that most people post is when I am comparatively free. 🙂

        And I look forward to the posts of wonderful bloggers like you and others. 🙂
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        • Sylviane Nuccio says:

          Ah, I guess your time zone is perfect then, and thank you for awaiting my blog posts among others, Harleena. I certainly appreciate that.

  • AdrienneTwitter: adriennesmith40 says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    I find it hard to believe that this law took you a long time to understand. Maybe it wasn’t explained to you at that time the way you’re able to explain it to us.

    I was watching my favorite preacher last night, Joel Osteen on Oprah’s Life Class. I won’t go into everything he shared but some people were asking him how can I change my thinking about something if my life is so horrible. He said the same thing really that you explained here.

    Of course he used God as the source but he said that there is always something better on the other side. You have to trust that we all have to go through things in order to reach that better place. Whether it’s life lessons, people we just need to meet, whatever the case may be. It might be doom and gloom right now but it will always get better.

    I believe that with everything that I am because like you, I had some very unpleasant things happen to me when I was younger. I guess I had to go through that in order to be the person I am today so looking back I wouldn’t change a thing.

    Thank you again Sylviane for sharing this law with us. I’m loving these lessons.

    ~Adrienne
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Adrienne,

      Yes, it took me a while to understand how the law of polarity had anything to do with my success. Also, I know that in personal development world when you read or hear something that you’re not ready for yet, it tends to go over your head a little. Then, when you are ready for it, it all comes easily.

      How interesting that you just saw that preacher who just emphasis what I’m explaining here. The fact that one calls that superior force God, Universe or whatever they feel comfortable with, really comes down to the same thing. What’s important is the acknowledgment that it’s there.

      I’m glad that you are enjoying this series, Adrienne.

  • Aayna says:

    Again a wonderful one from your kitty Sylviane!!!! The law of polarity is something I never heard of. Through this kind post of yours, I got to learn something new and great. Thanks for the post

  • Carolyn says:

    Hi Sylviane, Yes, fascinating concept and excellent explanation. I do believe that there is balance in life and that things find their equilibrium. You’re right, when life has you down, you must sometimes take risks to find the proper path back up.

    I imagine when you bought that plane ticket you were scared but excited. When you landed probably not everything worked out perfectly but it all balanced out.

    Thanks for sharing your insights with us, Sylviane!

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Carolyn,

      Thanks for coming here.

      Yes, indeed, life has a natural balance that we need to find each one on an individual basis. Change is almost never easy, but it’s necessary and a natural thing of life.

  • MayuraTwitter: MayuraDeSilva says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Awesome 🙂 Isn’t it the one most people lacking of? People trying to be best at everything and end up with nothing. They try harder and harder, but nothing left. They strongly attached to things and resist to change everytime. So I get it. Obviously changing or adopting goes with this law as you mentioned.

    Yeah, it’s hard to leave things behind 🙂 As humans, it’s yet not easy. Isn’t it dear? Well, I believe the bad times are the ones backing us up to bring good times. All the planning, strategies to recover goes there and ones does in good time help maintain good times 🙂

    I used to think that way since childhood as I had to go through different circumstances 🙂 And yet it’s working for me like a bliss. I think it’s here within us, but need to understand this law well 🙂

    Cheers…
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Mayura,

      Yes, there is a natural balance to life, and things may go up and down. What we need to remember is that if there is a down side to things, there is also an upside. Always!

      Thank you for coming, as always 🙂

  • Roz Bennetts says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    It took me a while but yes I see this now – if we are to change something we will be using an opposite action to achieve this, either adding to, taking away, destroying or creating. Even gravity acts as a counterbalance to our walking and living, it seems our every action therefore, even typing is using this polarity.

    Have a great weekend!

    Roz

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      HI Roz,

      Yes, you’re right gravity balances things out. Without it we would be floating around, so it keeps us stable on the ground. If we decide to jump off a cliff, however, that same gravity will plunge us to the ground with no good result for the body, right?

      With gravity we can see the up and down side – the polarity – of the same thing. Thanks for this great example.

  • Mary StephensonTwitter: maryjstephenson says:

    Hi Sylviane

    Nice post. I agree that we attract opposites all the time. You have to have sadness in your life to appreciate happiness. You have to have lows so you can understand when you have highs. Some times I wonder why I went through hardships so many times through out my life, but I also realize without them I would not be as insightful, compassionate and driven as what I am today.
    I lost my job with it I lost a paycheck, but the rewards were less stress and I got to do something I much prefer to do. With the loss arises many other possibilities which I believe will be more rewarding in the end.

    Mary
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Mary, and welcome here.

      I can tell that you totally get what the law of polarity is, and you are right all the way. In other words without the bad it would be hard to know what good is, and out of what seems very negative lots of positive usually come about.

      Thank you very much for coming and for your input.

  • Sue PriceTwitter: suejprice says:

    Hi Sylviane
    I have been aware of this law for a long time. It was first explained to me like electricity and you have used a similar example.

    I agree you would not be a good life coach if you had never had negative experiences. I was a business coach for some years after we had a terrible business experience and lost our business. My failures in my business life have taught me more than my successes. I am sure I am not alone there.

    Great post Sylviane.

    Sue
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sue,

      Wow, I didn’t know that you used to be a business coach. I do agree that you must have been a better coach having had a business failure yourself which probably taught you what NOT to do and warn people of such mistakes.

      Thank you for letting us know about this!

  • Carol LynnTwitter: carollynnrivera says:

    This is a very encouraging message, Sylviane. When bad things happen or things get hard it’s easy to let them drag us down and we forget that it isn’t the only thing in the world. We forget that things WILL change – whether we want them to or not! When things are going well, we don’t want them to change but everything does and we also have to recognize that even if they change for the worse, we will swing back in the other direction. If we didn’t have the downs we couldn’t appreciate the good things as much.

    We also have to realize the dual nature of things, which I think is also your point here, which is that there is a plus and a minus to everything. I never really thought about it in the context you’re providing but it’s very easy to see how this works. Thank you for sharing this idea and giving me something to think about!
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    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Carol,

      I’m glad to see you all back on track on my blog posts after the nasty storm 🙂

      I get it that you totally understand this law of polarity. Yes, there is a plus and a minus, a good and a bad, a positive and a negative to everything we touch in life.

      We could take so many examples… A medicine for example, can cure you or kill you. Wine can enhance your meal or make you a miserable drunk. Food help us stay alive or make us fat to the brink of the heart attack… everything has it’s polarity. The point is which way we want to go?

      Thanks for your insights 🙂

  • Sue Bride says:

    Thanks Sylviane. As usual you have explained what is a difficult concept in a very easy to understand way. However unhappy something makes us, the thought of leaving it behind can be too daunting because of familiarity with what we have or where we are and fear of the unknown. Making such a change can be hard but with forethought, planning, and a positive attitude it is well worth it.

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sue,

      We as humans, usually don’t like change, and for the most part we always try to postpone it, but change is inevitable and part of life.

      I’m glad you enjoy the post 🙂

  • Sue Neal says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    I think this links very well to the previous post about detachment – I particularly relate to the points about not ‘attaching’ ourselves too much to either positives or negatives in our lives.

    We tend to tie ourselves up in knots, empowering our demons by fighting them and losing or destroying the things we crave by desperately clinging onto them because we falsely believe our happiness depends on them.

    I’ve been thinking a lot about ‘habits’ recently – good ones and bad ones – because I’ve been reading a fascinating book by Charles Duhigg about how our habits are formed and sustained and what we can do to change them – it’s one of those books that really makes you reflect on your own behaviours.

    It’s easier said than done, though, changing our habits – because they become so deeply ingrained. I don’t think it’s usually possible just to ‘drop’ a bad habit or pick up a good one – I think you need to figure out what it is that’s sustaining them – what’s the ‘pay-off’ or reward that motivates you to keep doing whatever it is you want to stop (or start!)

    Thanks very much for an extremely interesting post, which has inspired me to think about this some more!

    Sue

    • Sylviane Nuccio says:

      Hi Sue,

      I’m extremely happy when someone tell me that they enjoy my post in such a way that it makes them think or learned a concept that they were not familiar with.

      Oh, yes, habits are ingrained in us, indeed. That’s why one of my coaches used to tell me to MAKE a habit of what I wanted to do each day, because this way I would just do it without thinking about it, by reflex. That’s what habits are.

      Thanks for that great insight 🙂

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