When You’re Having A Bad Day, Remember These 6 Universal Laws Of Nature

1. The law of attraction shows that positive intent can bring positive outcomes. 

The law of attraction introduces elements, people, and opportunity into our lives by intention, timing, and emotions. We use this energy to attract things that are similar to us.

You can use the law of attraction to expand your perspective when having a bad day by reflecting on opportunities you want. Look at the steps and mindset you need to get there. Build momentum. Momentum comes from showing up in little ways and saying yes to the things that produce those outcomes.

Momentum doesn’t look at how much you’ve done. It just knows you’ve shown up. If you wake up, put on some clothes (or not), then purposefully make it through the day and into the next, that’s momentum. Use this momentum to invite the outcome you want by aligning your will and action to it.

2. The law of transmutation of energy shows you that at any time, you can create change despite your circumstances.

The law of transmutation of energy says that we hold the power to change the course of our lives. Higher forms of energy win over lower forms of energy. You can change lower forms of energy, such as negative self-talk, into higher ones, such as self-compassion by learning techniques to do so. Do you feel like you have nothing left? Practice thanksgiving. Do you feel lonely? Give a friend support through their loss, and if you feel dull, send your lover a funny text. 

You can use the law of transmutation of energy to expand your perspective. When every possible minute of your life seems to be falling apart, make a vow about what you would like to see, hear, or feel for yourself tomorrow. Change the narrative, change the energy and the course of your life. 

3. The law of relativity shows you that there’s always someone who’s been through worse.

Speaking of comparison, let’s explore the law of relativity, which says everything is comparative to the other. Forty dollars an hour might seem like a lot to you, while it’s nothing to someone who makes a thousand dollars an hour.  

You can use the law of relativity to expand your perspective when having the worst day ever by choosing to seek out the experience of other people relative to yours. Read stories of people who have faced bigger losses, and while they don’t diminish your experience, they can provide empathy and even lead to community. 

4. The law of polarity shows you that you cannot be in the same state forever.

The law of polarity says that everything has an equal opposite or a dual nature. Think of good and evil, up and down, warm and cold.

You can use the law of polarity to expand your perspective when you’re having a bad day by affirming that circumstances don’t stay the same forever. You’re not going to be sad, have crushing heartbreak, or be in turmoil indefinitely, even though it feels like it. There are smiles and moments of contentment to come. You only have to keep open to seeing them.

5. The law of rhythm shows you that change is about forwarding motion, not about force.

The law of rhythm says that everything operates on cycles or flows. Take the seasons, the sleep-wake cycle, menstrual cycles, and birthing cycles, for example.

Rhythms can be tracked. This means that you can anticipate and course-correct behaviors. On the days you’re feeling the most defeated, pay attention to your thoughts. Were you thinking about an unknown future? Were you remembering the past? Were you comparing yourself to someone else? Pay attention to rhythms and note what you were doing before your low mood happened. Work on minimizing the triggers.

Use the law of rhythm to create a routine. Don’t rely on yourself to feel like it. Create a new motion, and if this seems daunting, make the tasks smaller and smaller yet. You don’t have to try to do this for long. Eventually, the movement will take over.

6. The law of gender shows you that both doing and doing nothing are needed.

The law of gender is about masculine and feminine energy. Masculine energy is doing, while feminine energy is one of rest. Masculine energy is one of logic. The feminine is one of emotion. These energies are not exclusive to the male and female gender. Each sex needs both to live a balanced life.

You can use the law of gender to expand your perspective when having a bad day. Pay attention to when you are basking in the masculine energy of doing and working. Recognize that you need to rest. Alternatively, if all you’re doing is resting and dreaming, it’s time to move into action. 

Understanding these six universal laws shows us how relative, temporary, and malleable a single day is. A single day doesn’t mean our entire life is a failure. Today is a blip in time. Use the universal laws of nature to keep moving forward.