The Law of Rhythm states, there is a time and a season for all things.
Understanding this law will help you better understand the other 11 Universal Laws. Some people who study the Universal Laws will state that they are not working, but the fact is they are always working.
In the universe, in life, and in all things there is a season. A time for all things.
As we learned in the previous law, the Law of Polarity, there is a polar opposite to all things. In the Law of Rhythm we discover that there is a time for all things. Remember without bad there is no good. One must present itself to us to fully appreciate the other, and there is a season for both.
Our task is to deal with these changes in the season responsibly. It is all in how we respond to these rhythms that make the difference. We can choose to accept them for what they are and ride the tide or we can fight against them. The choice is ours. Just remember if you choose to fight you will bring only more of it into your life. If you ride the tide of change you will soon be facing a new season.
Kevin Bacon used this as a reference to make a point in “Foot Loose” and I will use it here.
As we can see here the Universal Laws are not a new concept. They have been around for generations.
The important thing to know about this law is that there is a time for everything, with no exceptions. If you can ride out the bad knowing the good is on it’s way then you have won half the battle. The other thing is knowing the more you fight it the longer it will last, because when you worry, your attention is focused on it and that brings more of it.
Think about it this way. The Law of Rhythm is like a wave in the ocean of life. If you relax and let the waves take you were they might, you may hit a few ruff ones but you will also ride some amazing waves. If you stand ridged in the ocean as the tide comes in then the waves will beat you up, you will lose your footing, you’ll tire and eventually drown. So relax and just ride the waves.