Orende Laws of Movement and Change

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The Orende Laws of Attraction are the qualities of energy and whether it attracts or repels. The factor that has the greatest bearing on each law is whether or not we, as humans, know the law and use it to come into alignment with the energy that is present.

The West of the wheel is called change. This energy law states very simply that change is inevitable. Change will happen! You can resist it, ignore it, or flow with it, but you cannot stop it. Change creates the chaos necessary for people and things to evolve into greater forms.

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Orende Laws of Attraction: Cohesion

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The Orende Laws of Attraction are the qualities of energy and whether it attracts or repels. The factor that has the greatest bearing on each law is whether or not we, as humans, know the law and use it to come into alignment with the energy that is present.

The East of the wheel is called cohesion. The dictionary says cohesion is “a molecular attraction by which the particles of a body are united.” Within relationships we speak of cohesion as a deep commitment with open-hearted communication. When two people have an energy difference of (+) or (-) 1, they are in the energy law of cohesion: that is, they will come together and stay together until a change in the orende level occurs.

Orende Laws of Attraction: Adhesion

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The Orende Laws of Attraction are the qualities of energy and whether it attracts or repels. The factor that has the greatest bearing on each law is whether or not we, as humans, know the law and use it to come into alignment with the energy that is present.

Next, we look at the North of the wheel called adhesion. The dictionary says adhesion is “the molecular attraction between the surfaces of bodies in contact.” We say that adhesion is kinship. It is when two people have something in common and come together for a predetermined length of time. When people have an energy difference of (+) or (-) 2, they are in the energy law of adhesion.