The Rule of Three

The Rule of Three,

Discover the laws and rules of the Wicca religion to master its practice. Among them, the famous “The Rule of Three” stands out which promotes the connection of the human being with nature and its magical power. Through this law, adepts can improve their experience and reach a greater understanding of the universe around them.

The “Rule of three” of the Wiccan religion

“Three fundamental principles of the Wiccan religion: personal responsibility, respect for uniqueness and harmony with the universe.”

In the Wiccan religion, confession and penance are not considered as means to atone for sins. Instead, adepts must be conscious of their behavior and respect their own uniqueness.

Personal evolution is an individual responsibility in the Wiccan worldview. Wiccans believe that they are fully responsible for their actions, words and thoughts, allowing them to grow and develop as individuals.

Although not strict rules, within the Wiccan religion there are several provisions that serve as guiding principles for each individual, including the importance of living in harmony without harming others and following “The Rule of Three”

These principles allow adherents to live in balance with the universe and with their own inner nature.

The Rule of Three: the Wiccan philosophy that governs our thoughts and actions

The Rule of Three of the Wiccan religion dictates that everything we do, good or bad, is returned to us three times on the physical, spiritual and emotional levels.

This law governs everything from our thoughts and words to our actions so it helps Wiccans remain vigilant about their behavior without the need for strict rules.

Under this philosophy it is essential to align our thoughts, emotions and feelings with love, abundance and positive energies in order to live in harmony with the law of three.

Besides Wicca this law is also mentioned in other religions such as the laws of karma and cause and effect. The metaphysical stream uses the law of three to increase the energy of decrees and achieve specific goals. The affirmations are repeated three times a day: morning, afternoon and evening.