What do the invention of the number zero, the theory of relativity, and the Human Rights movement all have in common? It is a little something that is called diversity. I know a lot of us are happy to see the equal opportunity banner when we apply for certain jobs. Many skeptics would think that diversity is just a ploy to appease certain people. However, I’m going to tell you that diversity is the primary ingredient needed to manifest the ideal into something real.
Just think about some of the greatest inventions of all time. The invention of the number zero gave birth to the binary code that allows us to program computers. The Theory of Relativity provided us with a gateway to quantum physics, theory, and computation. Lastly, the Human Rights movement changed the perception of the entire world, and made the concept of equality a reality and not just an illusion. What do all of these breakthrough ideas and movements have in common? Diversity.
Lets take a moment to analyze some of the greatest inventions in history. The first is perhaps the number zero. Although there is a considerable amount of debate of who actually invented the number. Some say it was the Babylonians, others say it was the Mayans, or Indians. Although we can’t pinpoint where the invention actually came from. We now understand the number zero has contributed to a great amount of inventions, such as the binary code.
A key ingredient to the law of manifestation is heat, Chango’s heat. Yes, we’ve all heard those stories about Chango loving to dance and mating with different women. However, we must learn to understand that there is a great deal of complexity behind the simplicity. Our ancestors were no dummies. They understood that there were many forms of energy. They knew that energy started to vibrate more intensely (doing the Chango dance) when heat was applied to it.
This concept can best be explained by examining the world of the invisible. This world consists of numerous particles called atoms, protons, and electrons. We understand that in order to manifest our desires, we need to make these little particles move in a direction that is beneficial to us. In order to do this, we need to focus on creating a balance between positive and negative particles.
Electrons have a negative charge and act as the male/masculine/yang aspect of energy. Protons have a positive charge and act as the female/masculine/yin aspect of energy. Heat causes particles to jiggle and dance. The electrons have a magnetic pull that protons are really attracted to. When they finally unite, they generate an electric spark that is orgasmic. The atom becomes completely balanced with an equal amount of electrons and protons.
When there is an uneven amount of electrons and protons, atoms become unstable. They lose their electric spark and slowly begin to deteriorate. So how does this process affect diversity? Well, atoms are very much like people. They get very lonely when they have an uneven amount of electrons and protons. So they continue to look around for other atoms to “mate” with. They want to feel balanced and complete. For the unstable atom, it is do or die.
Different people from all walks of life put in their two cents, adding ingredients and spicing up ideas, until they were able to create something that was truly masterful. They came together to create these fantastic ideas or movements that “nourished” society and “fed” the consciousness of man. Just know that you cannot manifest big ideas on your own. You need a team of people who are specialized, with different types of energy to help make things happen. These people add the spice, the seasoning, and the ingredients necessary to create something that is truly special.
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2. Time dilation – first look
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