Watch full video here: Backyard Mystic’s Guide to Star Trek: TNG #8
Hi, I’m Joy Jackson, the Backyard Mystic. This is the eighth video in a limited series exploring concepts related to extraterrestrial disclosure and Law of One philosophy as revealed in selected episodes of Gene Roddenberry‘s classic science fiction television series “Star Trek: The Next Generation.
In a previous segment, we addressed the philosophical concept of service to self, and in other segments we have touched on aspects of universal spiritual principles. In this segment we take a new approach — going boldly where we haven’t gone before — to explore Law of One philosophy in full scope as it is depicted in and supported by — expressly, thematically, and sometimes metaphorically — Star Trek TNG. Engage!
What is the Law of One? It is a philosophy that holds that everything we know of in the universe — and everything we can know of in all of existence — consists of the same spiritual energy from a common consciousness, and that consciousness strives toward reintegration into a perfect and unified whole. The Law of One philosophy is described as coming to us from beyond our current common perception of existence, comprising twelve precepts, or Universal Laws, that govern the flow of this spiritual energy, much like the mainstream laws of physics we adopt to help us to explain the behavior of matter and energy we observe in our physical world.
Through our understanding and employment of these Universal Laws we can see better the underlying mechanisms of our universe and become more successful co-creators of our own reality. The importance of these principles stems from the ubiquity of their relevance in our lives.
Here are the twelve Universal Laws…
- The Universal Law of Unity
- The Universal Law of Relativity
- The Universal Law of Perpetual Transformation
- The Universal Law of Compensation
- The Universal Law of Vibration
- The Universal Law of Attraction
- The Universal Law of Correspondence
- The Universal Law of Cause and Effect
- The Universal Law of Action
- The Universal Law of Polarity
- The Universal Law of Rhythm
- The Universal Law of Gender
[That’s a lot to think about!] Despite the fundamental resonance and elegant simplicity of the philosophy, study and appreciation of the Law of One in depth is a sophisticated undertaking requiring — at least — a lifetime, but for those of you new to it as a spiritual perspective, it may be helpful to group and contrast these twelve Universal Laws using more familiar rubrics from our modern lexicon…
“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.”
[Please note that these are not hard and fast categories, but rather groupings by prominent aspects of each law]
[Here we go!]
The first group of Universal Laws we can examine within the Law of One serve to explain and expand our understanding of the true nature of existence and the interaction of spiritual energy with all living things — the essence of life itself…
The Universal Law of Unity — the guiding precept, that all is one and that all things that exist are ultimately of the same consciousness within many forms and configurations. This latter aspect of the Law of Unity, the idea of “infinite diversity in infinite combinations”, is a philosophical fundamental that Roddenberry’s Vulcan character Mr. Spock introduced to Star Trek audiences back in the Original Series, and it continues to manifest itself in Next Generation storylines.
Captain Picard and his crew discover this oneness when they uncover secrets of the human genetic code in the critically-acclaimed Season 6 episode “The Chase”. We will explore this episode in greater depth in our final segment.
The Universal Law of Compensation — that every action in the universe is compensated with an energy equal to that invested, an idea intertwined with the Law of Cause & Effect and the concept of Karma. Quite simply, we reap what we sow.
The flow and return of spiritual energy play out with high drama in Season 6’s “Man of the People”.
The Universal Law of Correspondence — that all there is in the physical world has a corresponding principle in the etheric world. All one experiences in their external reality is a reflection of one’s inner world or spiritual existence, hence the saying, “As above, so below.”
Commander Riker’s inner and outer worlds connect as TNG Season 2 ends on a down note with “Shades of Gray”, widely held as the WORST Next Generation episode, but full of resonance with this important theme nonetheless.
The Universal Law of Cause and Effect — known as karma in Buddhist philosophy, that every one of our actions, thoughts, words, and emotions ultimately begets an equal reaction or consequence in our lives.
This theme plays out subtly as the events of Captain Picard’s past command raise challenges many years later in “The Battle” from Season 1.
The next group of Universal Laws concern the nature of our personal freedom as sentient beings and the importance and consequences of the choices we make.
The Universal Law of Relativity — that everything is relative and that our experience in the physical world is built necessarily from comparisons and contrasts, comprehension of which can allow one to change one’s experience of reality by a shift in one’s perspective.
The Enterprise crew struggles to comprehend and respond when they stumble into a confrontation with a new life form totally alien in nature in the first season episode “Home Soil”.
The Universal Law of Perpetual Transformation — that all spiritual energy and consciousness is in a constant state of movement and change, giving our positive thoughts, emotions, and actions the power to transform lower vibrations into higher forms.
Heralded as one of the very best Next Generation stories in seven years, the two-part episode “Unification” sees the return of Mr. Spock from the Original Series, now a Federation ambassador embracing logic, positive thought, and implacable will on a covert mission of peace.
The Universal Law of Attraction — that the spiritual energy produced by our thoughts, emotions, and actions attracts like energy in return. Positive energies attract positive energies and negative energies attract negative ones. As with all of the Universal Laws, this principle applies to both individual and collective consciousness.
In “Liaisons” from Season 6 Picard, Worf, and Troi are compelled to reflect on aspects of their own nature as they host an alien delegation during a diplomatic exchange.
The Universal Law of Polarity — that everything exists along a continuum between poles — light and dark, hot and cold, love and hate, the divine masculine and the divine feminine, yin energy and yang energy — and that we define ourselves and our existence by the conscious choices we make to align ourselves in particular directions along our spiritual path.
TNG Season 3’s “The Survivors” tells a powerful story of beliefs, consequence, and the choice between light and darkness as the Enterprise visits a ravaged planet.
Our final category of the Universal Laws within Law of One philosophy holds the keys to happiness, an understanding of the spiritual workings of the universe that promotes harmonious existence.
The Universal Law of Vibration — that all matter, energy, thought, emotion, and consciousness in the universe has its own unique frequency of spiritual vibration. The reality we create is a reflection of our dominant vibration — manifested by our feelings, thoughts, and actions — and we build relationships with parts of the universe with which we are in spiritual resonance.
The metaphor of resonance is prominent in “Galaxy’s Child” from TNG Season 4, as the Starship Enterprise encounters a space going creature that puts the vessel in jeopardy.
The Universal Law of Rhythm — that everything in the universe moves to specific rhythms, much like natural cycles — our cycles of life and death, the seasons, the tides, and astrological cycles, to name a fe
Picard’s hostage negotiations on a distant planet stall in the first-season episode “Too Short a Season” when the aging Starfleet admiral in charge reveals his covert plan to cheat time and death, going rogue in an effort to correct a grave mistake from 40 years in the past.
The Universal Law of Gender — that all of creation manifests itself in ways we can categorize as both masculine and feminine in quality, each with its own strengths. To appreciate this continuum is to know how to be a whole and harmonious being within our collective.
In “The Outcast” from Season 5, Commander Riker meets and connects with a member of an androgynous alien species that has repressed all expression of masculine and feminine gender as part of its cultural evolution.
The Universal Law of Action — that one must take action in alignment with one’s own goals and desires in order to manifest them in one’s reality. This important precept of the Law of One philosophy in the Final Frontier of the 24th Century is woven throughout the Next Generation and well demonstrated in three significant episodes, “Tapestry” from our previous segment, “The First Duty”, and the dimension-crossing “Yesterday’s Enterprise” — all stories of understanding the universe and our role in it and acting in alignment with one’s beliefs with the highest standards of integrity in order to attain one’s goals and make a brighter future.
Thank you all for watching. I encourage you to like, subscribe, and share this video with your friends, and I have placed links for the relevant TNG episode synopses and reference information regarding Law of One philosophy and the Secret Space Program in the description box below.
I invite you to leave a comment regarding these Next Generation episodes and others that address the topics discussed in this video.
Description Box Synopses and Resources:
TNG Synopsis – The Chase: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_Chase_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – Shades of Gray: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Shades_of_Gray_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – The Battle: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_Battle_(episode)
TNG Synopsis -Home Soil: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Home_Soil_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – Unification I: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Unification_I_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – Unification II: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Unification_II_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – Liaisons: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Liaisons_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – The Survivors: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_Survivors_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – Too Short a Season: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Too_Short_a_Season_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – The Outcast: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_Outcast_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – Tapestry: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Tapestry_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – The First Duty: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/The_First_Duty_(episode)
TNG Synopsis – Yesterday’s Enterprise: http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Yesterday%27s_Enterprise_(episode)
Ascension Mastery Through the Twelve Universal Laws by Joy Jackson: https://backyardmysticblog.wordpress.com/2017/08/29/ascension-mastery-through-the-twelve-universal-laws/
A Synopsis of the RA Material The Law Of One Book Series: https://backyardmysticblog.wordpress.com/2017/07/03/a-synopsis-of-the-ra-material-the-law
The Law of One Category: Law of One: https://www.lawofone.info/results.php?c=Law%20Of%20One
Download Free PDF Copies of the RA Material: Law Of One five book series here: http://www.llresearch.org/library/the_law_of_one_pdf/the_law_of_one_pdf.asp
Law of One -The Ra Material with Jim McCarty & Gary Bean Live at L/L Research: https://youtu.be/Y_bKxbQWDZU
Wisdom Teachings with David Wilcock: RA and the Law of One: https://www.gaia.com/video/18-ra-and-law-one
Law of One Study Guide: https://divinecosmos.com/book/23-the-law-of-one-study-guide/
The Ascension Mysteries by David Wilcock: https://youtu.be/7-ZWzwNMsxQ
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