What man dream about, he can eventually create.

Physical Laws represent those laws which are a combination or manipulation of the many natural laws with the purpose of achieving a specific result. The more noticeable manifestations of physical laws are the major discoveries and technological developments of mankind, which we developed and established to obtain results that was deemed impossible a couple of years ago.

Important to note is that physical laws are restricted to observables results only, which are noticeable by means of our physical senses and include aspects such as aerodynamics, electricity, machinery, electronics, constructions, medicine, social structures, psychology, educational systems, personalities, defense mechanisms, coping skills, …etc.

Physical laws are exclusively results driven.

Physical laws is a “symbiotic-synchronicity” between natural laws and spiritual laws. Physical laws require whole brain reasoning and an ability to accountably and responsibly merge natural laws and spiritual laws to formulate and establish physical laws in equilibrium and in harmony with our environment. Under physical laws, choices can be “made” to manifest as opportunities in the real world around us. It may take some time, but human history proof that it is doable!

Physical Laws deal with our objective realities and are a composite of a variety of natural laws to obtain a particular result or achieve a specific purpose. These realities can be observed (through human physical senses) by most people and interpretation of these realities are fairly the same. Although physical laws do not deal with absolutes - as in the case of natural laws - physical laws possess a certain “stiffness” and “rigid” quality, that makes manipulation quite difficult and at times; it may even seem totally impossible to do so. This is mainly due to the influence and impact of the natural laws involved.

Physical laws are the main driving force behind all our present knowledge, discoveries, technological advancements and developments.

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  • Last modified: 11 December, 2018 @ 5:36pm
  • by Jan Viljoen