9. Look at causes
The teachings of the Buddha state that nothing arises of its own accord, everything originates dependently. According to the law of Dependant Origination or Paticasamuppada, nothing arises on its own as in the Buddha’s teaching of the second noble truth; no conditioned thing can arise without a cause and thus must have a cause. The attitude of relativity is also an important rule of Vipassana, or insight, because it helps the meditator to realise that all phenomena arise and pass away. All aspects of Dhamma relate to each other, such as the five aggregates which comprise a human being. This is one of the main teachings of the Buddha.
The kammic system also teaches this attitude because it works according to the causes. This reminds us of our actions; mental, verbal, and physical. The Buddha called this Dhamma Niyama or the five aspects of natural law which are as follows; 1. The Physical, inorganic order, or physical laws 2. The Physical organic order, or biological laws 3. The Psychic law 4. The Order of action and result, or the law of kamma, or moral law 5. The Order of the norm or the general law of cause and effect, or causality and conditionality. These are the main teachings of the Buddha, and all issue forth from causes.