What is natural law ? It is not an easy task to answer the question.The answer as given earlier was taken from dictionary. What is considered may not be true. It is not applicable in uniform density.The error is regretted. Specific activity, the detailed and precise activity, of the nature of psyche rules over one’s action. It is relating to one particular thing, etc., and not general. It is that particular part of one’s nature that have authority over, meaning thereby, have power or influence over one’s decision. It is, further, autonomy, the state of self-regulation. Autonomy dirve, the freedom of the human individual to choose, to be a self-governing entity, polarizes, cause to concentrate about two opposite, conflicting, or contrasting positions. Particular, relating to one as distinct from others, that means special, worth noticeable or outstanding, part that is very exact; scrupulous; or fastidious paves the way for reasoning by deducing, the conclusion reached by reasoning from general laws to.a particular case proves the authenticity of “hypothetico-deductive law, by collecting the data to take inference. Inductive reasoning, on the contrary, is method of reasoning which obtains or discovers general laws from particular facts or examples, the production of facts, to prove a general statement. Psyche is the principle of life, the mind, including both conscious and unconscious processes. It is clear by the definitions of inferiority complex and superiority complex. Inferiority complex is a state of mind, in which, a person who has a morbid feeling of being inferior to others may try to win recognition for herself/himself by boasting and being aggressive. Besides, superiority complex is aggressive or domineering attitude as a defence against a feeling of inferiority. Both the definitions explain about conscious and unconscious processes.’Feeling of being inferior’ and ‘a defence against a feeling of inferiority’ are the instances that reveal the unconscious processes. Conscious and unconscious processes are voluntary and involuntary series of operations deliberately undertaken. Process is, further, any change in an object or organism, particularly a behavioural or physiological change. It is the manner, in which, a change in an organism or a response is brought about. In other words, it is a sensation or other conscious content without reference to its context or meaning. Moreover, process is connected series of actions, changes, etc., esp such as are involuntary or unconscious and that occur autonomously. It is the self of an individual. Normality is the outcome of conscious processes and abnormality due to the unconscious processes that may occur because of functional or organic disorder. Normality or normalcy is the state of being normal-an individual who is in agreement with what is representative, usual, or regular besides the above/below normal , that is, the one who does not differ widely from the norm or average or who does not deviate markedly from the usual, the average, or the norm, is normal. In addition, norm is a representative standard or value for a given group, community, or society. A norm may be a single value or a range of values expressing the typical performance of a group, community, or society against which any individual can be compared. Norm, in other words, standard, pattern, type, etc., as representative of a group, community, or society when judging other examples proves a scale. On the contrary, abnormality is the quality of being abnormal, that is, diffferent, often in an undesirable way, from what is normal, ordinary, or expected. Abnormal that means away from normal or diverging widely from the normal, descriptive of behaviour deviating markedly from what is considered normative, healthy, or psychologically desirable from an adjustmental point of view. The term often carries a strong connotation of undesirability or pathology, but it is also occasionally employed to characterize extreme superiority or supernormality. Extreme superiority is, as stated above, true but not supernormality. Potential, characterized by potency, is having latent ability to perform or behave in some way, particularly, in a way involving talent or intelligence. It is, in neurons, a difference in electrical charge between a reference point and a point of measurement, the mind and light receptor cells in the eyes of an individual.