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Here are the 12 laws you will master in this video:
  1. The Law of Divine Oneness
  2. The Law of Vibration 
  3. The Law of Action
  4. The Law of Correspondence
  5. The Law of Cause and Effect
  6. The Law of Compensation
  7. The Law of Attraction
  8. The Law of Perpetual Transmutation of Energy 
  9. The Law of Relativity
  10. The Law of Polarity
  11. The Law of Rhythm
  12. The Law of Gender

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I find the notion that there is only one law (principle, force, god, story, etc) that makes our universe work to be ludicrous.  It just does not match with soo many aspects my experience.   It is all too easy to get fixated and obsessed with just one story and let it block out the light of others.

I like this list here, but i think it only scratches the surface.

tag #SingleStory or rather #NoSingleStory

Yep, it depends a lot upon what one wants to focus. The list of the “laws” above are mostly concepts . The law of gravity is much closer to a law although the explanation is always conceptual. Then too there is John Lennon:
https://youtu.be/jknynk5vny8?list=RDjknynk5vny8&t=34 null


in the language in our culture  the word “law” is used to refer to a man made rule.  it is something that needs to be enforced by men or it becomes just a fiction.  It is in the realm of thought and legislation,  not actual action or change. 

On the other hand the word “force” refers to a principle that causes consequences.  So that ...

There is more than just one force which causes consequences in the world which we experience.

seth
… is a more precise statement of my belief.

This equation is one of the most useful in classical physics. It is a concise statement of Isaac Newtonโ€™s Second Law of Motion, holding both the proportions and vectors of the Second Law. It translates as: The net force on an object is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by the acceleration of the object.

Force, Mass, Acceleration | Zona Land Education

zonalandeducation.com/mstm/physics/mechanics/forces/newton/.../mightyFEqMA.html


Yep the equation F=MA expresses a relationship between forces.  More generally that became  E=MC^2 when relativity was taken into consideration and when Einstein’s brilliant assumption about the speed of light was realized.

Calling any of those “laws” is just a linguistic manner of speaking.  I think it is more precise to understand these as  models of relationships between forces which can be used to accurately predict events.  The second formula predicts more events than the first one.