Universal Laws of Nature & Physiology

Bambú Clinic laws of nature and physiology

Universal Laws of Nature & Physiology

Universal Laws can also be viewed as guidelines for behaviors that will enhance our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual growth.  Since these laws govern all of us and all other natural entities, we can learn about them and utilize them to our own advantage—happier, healthier lives.

The Universal Laws are all inter-related and are founded on the understanding that everything in the universe is energy, including us, and that energy moves in a circular fashion. At the microscopic level, we are a whirling mass of electrons and energy atoms spinning rapidly. In fact, everything in the world is comprised of energy and we are intimately connected with this sea of energy, this sea of whirling electrons.

Our thoughts, feelings, words, and actions are all forms of energy. What we think, feel, say, and do in each moment comes back to us to create our realities. Energy moves in a circle, so what goes around comes around. The combined thoughts, feelings, words and actions of everyone on the planet creates our collective consciousness, it creates the world we see before us.

The exciting news is, because our thoughts, feelings, words and actions create the world around us, we have the power to create a world of peace, harmony and abundance. In order to do this, it is essential that we learn to control our thoughts and emotions. Understanding the Universals Laws help us to do this.

  1. The Law of Divine Oneness:

The Law of Divine Oneness helps us to understand that we live in a world where everything is connected to everything else. Everything we do, say, think and believe affects others and the universe around us.  This law also applies to the body in that an illness occurring in one part of the body by definition affects every other part of the body.  And, when dealing with your overall health, not only is every part of your body a part of this divine oneness, but so is every part of your life and history.

  1. The Law of Vibration:

This Universal Law states that everything in the Universe moves, vibrates, and travels in circular patterns. The same principles of vibration in the physical world apply to our thoughts, feelings, desires, and wills in the Etheric world. Each sound, thing, and even thought has its own vibrational frequency, unique unto itself.  Physically, every atom in our body vibrates and requires energy to do so.  If there is a problem with your health, there is a problem with vibration in your body.

  1. The Law of Action:

This means that action is required in order for anything to happen.  Nothing can occur without someone taking an action step at some point along the way.  The Law of Action must be applied in order for us to manifest things on earth. Therefore, we must engage in actions that support our thoughts, dreams, emotions and words.


  1. The Law of Correspondence:

This Universal Law states that the principles or laws of physics that explain the physical world – energy, Light, vibration, and motion – have their corresponding principles in the etheric or universe. “As above, so below.”  And, that goes for our physiology as well.  Within our bodies are functional correspondences with all of these laws.

  1. The Law of Cause and Effect:

This Universal Law states that nothing happens by chance or outside the Universal Laws. Every action has a reaction or consequence and we “reap what we have sown.”  So, nothing that we do in life goes without reverberations throughout our own experience and the experience of the other people in our lives.  If this is true, then we must understand your life in order to understand your health.

  1. The Law of Compensation:

This Universal Law is the Law of Cause and Effect applied to blessings and abundance that are provided for us. The visible effects of our deeds are given to us in gifts, money, inheritances, friendships, and blessings.   In the body, we see physiology “compensating” for slight alterations in homeostasis.  When enough of these compensations accumulate, you will find yourself with a diagnosis of chronic disease.  On the other hand, your body’s ability to compensate may be one of the most powerful tools for maintaining proper physiology.

  1. The Law of Attraction:

This Universal Law demonstrates how we create the things, events, and people that come into our lives. Our thoughts, feelings, words, and actions produce energies which, in turn, attract like energies. Negative energies attract negative energies and positive energies attract positive energies.  In our health, this is also true.  If the ball starts rolling down the hill, it gains momentum whether moving toward health or toward illness.

  1. The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy:

This Universal Law states that all persons have within them the power to change the conditions in their lives. Higher vibrations consume and transform lower ones; thus, each of us can change the energies in our lives by understanding the Universal Laws and applying the principles in such a way as to effect change.

Physiologically, this law can be understood by the idea that only by reintroducing health can disease be overcome.  Like a dark room which can only be illuminated by adding light, so disease can only be dispersed by adding health.

  1. The Law of Relativity:

This Universal Law states that each person will receive a series of problems (Tests of Initiation) for the purpose of strengthening the Light within. We must consider each of these tests to be a challenge and remain connected to our hearts when proceeding to solve the problems. This law also teaches us to compare our problems to others’ problems and put everything into its proper perspective. No matter how bad we perceive our situation to be, there is always someone who is in a worse position. It is all relative.

Often, patients with dire health conditions come to this realization on their own.  If a patient can see their illness as a door through which they must walk to get to the rest of their journey, the healing process can proceed much more smoothly.  Challenges ALWAYS beget gains/solutions.

  1. The Law of Polarity:

This Universal Law states that everything is on a continuum and has an opposite (and so this opposite is only a different permutation of the same principle). We can suppress and transform undesirable thoughts by concentrating on the opposite pole. In fact, it should be relatively easier to transform hate into love than into any other non-opposite emotion.  It is the law of mental vibrations.

Therefore, the goal of health care is to transform the imbalance into its corresponding opposite balanced state of being.

  1. The Law of Rhythm:

This Universal Law states that everything vibrates and moves to certain rhythms. These rhythms establish seasons, cycles, stages of development, and patterns. Each cycle reflects the regularity of God’s universe. Masters know how to rise above negative parts of a cycle by never getting too excited or allowing negative things to penetrate their consciousness.

Circadian rhythm, menstrual cycle, moon cycle, yearly/seasonal cycle, 7-year anthroposophical cycle.

  1. The Law of Gender:

This Universal Law states that everything has its masculine (yang) and feminine (yin) principles, and that these are the basis for all creation. The spiritual Initiate must balance the masculine and feminine energies (not to equality, but to their best impact on each and every unique situation) within herself or himself to become a Master and a true co-creator with God.

We see this law at play in hormonal balance, Chinese medical theories, and stress management approaches.


In addition to the 12 Universal Laws, there are 21 sub-traits of the Universe that are governed by the Higher Self. The physicians at Bambú Clinic work with patients to understand and apply these laws to their lives through remedies, coaching, therapy and hands-on work.

The 21 sub-traits are actually human characteristics that relate to the Universal Laws. These characteristics are: Aspiration to A Higher Power, Charity, Compassion, Courage, Dedication, Faith, Forgiveness, Generosity, Grace, Honesty, Hope, Joy, Kindness, Leadership, Noninterference, Patience, Praise, Responsibility, Self-Love, Thankfulness, and Unconditional Love.