Your mind is part of the Universal Mind - the same in kind with the only difference being one of degree. There is no separation since everything in the Universe, including you, originates from the One Source.
The same pattern is expressed on all planes of existence from the smallest electron to the largest star and vice versa. The Ancient Greek Temple of Apollo at Delphi was referring to this great Law of Correspondence in the inscription "Know thyself and thou shalt know all the mysteries of the gods and the Universe". The Law of Vibration (Immutable): The third of the seven Universal Laws tells us that "Nothing rests; everything moves; everything vibrates".
Even if your efforts meet with failure, find comfort that by virtue of this very same Law, the upward motion must start again.
In time, your perseverance will be rewarded as the backward movements become less negative relative to your previous backward swings and you raise yourself higher. The Law of Cause and Effect (Mutable): The sixth of the seven Universal Laws tells us that "Every cause has its effect; every effect has its cause." In accordance with this Law, every effect you see in your outside or physical world has a very specific cause which has its origin in your inner or mental world. Every one of your thoughts, words or actions sets a specific effect in motion which will come to materialize over time.
In accordance with this Law, when anything reaches a point of culmination then the backward swing begins almost unnoticeably until such time that any forward movement has been totally reversed, then the forward movement begins again and the process is repeated.
Rising Above the Law of Rhythm: To transcend the swing of the pendulum, you must become aware of the subtle start of the backward movement in any of your endeavours whether it be to improve your health, your finances, your relationships or any goal you may set in motion.
By always placing the all-powerful, all-knowing Great Spirit of which you are a part behind your every thought, statement and action, and by always focusing on the "good", even when things appear to be going "bad", then in time you will rise above the Law of Polarity. The Law of Rhythm (Mutable): The fifth of the seven Universal Laws tells us that "Everything flows, out and in; everything has its tides; all things rise and fall; the pendulum-swing manifests in everything; the measure of the swing to the right is the measure of the swing to the left; rhythm compensates." It is the second of the mutable or transcendable Universal Laws and means that the pendulum swings in everything.
This principle can be seen in operation in the waves of the ocean, in the rise and fall of the greatest empires, in business cycles, in the swaying of your thoughts from being positive to negative and in your personal successes and failures.
For instance, heat and cold may appear to be opposites at first glance, but in truth they are simply varying degrees of the same thing.
The same applies to love and hate, peace and war, positive and negative, good and evil, yes and no, light and darkness, energy and matter.
It tells us that there is a single Universal Consciousness - the Universal Mind - from which all things manifest. The Law of Correspondence (Immutable): The second of the seven Universal Laws tells us "As above, so below; as below, so above".
All energy and matter at all levels is created by and is subordinate to the Omnipresent Universal Mind. This means that there is "harmony, agreement and correspondence" between the physical, mental and spiritual realms.
The Immutable and the Mutable: Of the seven Universal Laws, the first three are immutable, eternal Laws, meaning they are Absolute and can never be changed or transcended. The other four laws are transitory, mutable Laws meaning that they can be transcended or at least "better used" to create your ideal reality.