Jun 13, 2022
How exactly can we control? We have dealt with self-discipline, the concept of control, and kundalini energy in earlier episodes. These aspects of electing power in our own Free Will and responsibility have been rooted inside the elements of the unseen self. We dive into the more up front value of knowing the self through the analysis of energy conversion.
In this episode, we take inspiration and learn about the Austrian physicist and philosopher Ludwig Eduard Boltzmann, his noble concept of transferring energy in the less idealist perspective of conversion. We discuss the application of thermodynamics on how to live daily human life. There is a life struggle. That life struggle is inextricably interlinked with the amount of available energy we have on the planet. And without those catalysts there is no evolution. So energy, as a de facto force, is linked through evolution itself. The struggle, as elaborate in the imperfect conversion of energy, will depend on how much energy we put in life or into certain things. How much focus will determine the level of evolution that can be added. If we have a limited amount of energy then we need to make sure that we put back our focus, intention, in the right area for the most purposeful evolution.
Alex and Jason encourage us to take a step back, stop for a moment and breathe. Think, meditate as you rationalize your thoughts into a provoking process of change. You must know yourself in order to direct the energies as a catalyst for change and evolution.
You make choices and you always, as always, got to be responsible for it. Take pride and affirmation. Fear is the greatest enemy of enlightenment. We are reminded that fear is the biggest causal factor of ignorance, the absence of learning and eventual drive for better evolution. Don’t divide yourself, the elect and holder of power, be broken into nonsense. You must go into the things that unifies you and then focus on that. Realize that within that Oneness, you find your truth.
Let us join Alex and Jason as they tackle energy and self-responsibility. www.higherdensityliving.com