The universe that we live in was created in perfection. There was no random act that could have taken place to form and create the universe it was and is directed by God, the Father. Upon creating this life and the earthly world in which we now live there were a set of governing laws established to manage and maintain perfect order.
These spiritual laws have existed since before the world was and affect our lives each and every moment whether we are aware of them or not. In establishing these laws God saw to it that there was and always will be a perfect balance in all things, for in this perfect balance there is love.
One of these spiritual laws is the law or balance or equilibrium. So that the world does not self-destruct or reach utopia the Law of Equilibrium was created as a governing law that balances lopsided perceptions. Think for a moment about a child. If two children are at odds with one another and things escalate to the point of hitting and screaming the parent will intervene as a peacemaker to balance the dispute. If the parent is frustrated or angry and pulls the children apart they will join forces peacefully to balance the conflict of the parent.
And if the parent sides against one child and disciplines only one the other child will rally in support of the one being chastened. The balance of perfection is always with us and works to equilibrate the one-side or lopsided views, opinions, and perceptions that we mortals face.
Equilibrium or balance is the perfect harmony of all things. Finding the holistic harmony of life on the individual basis takes practice. As human beings we are holistic in nature, yet many people are unaware of their role in the balance of the universe, and are less aware of the synthesis of the mind, body and spirit as they relate to living a healthy and vital life.
In order to achieve balance it is essential to examine all seven areas of life and balance out the misperceptions and misaligned aspects of life to come back into perfect harmony and holistic balance as God intended each person to be. The seven areas of focus are spiritual, mental, physical, familial, social, vocational, and financial.
Bringing each area into alignment or balance requires careful self examination and personal commitment in order to become a loving, nurturing holistic being, not just of the self, but also of the world around each one of us.