Physics has it that things have to be destroyed in order for new things to be created. As physics has laws we are all but forced to abide by, this fact alone is enough to tempt a second guess as to what we're doing here.
If creating new paradigms is your thing, then it's going to be important to understand your power. The power of an electron in doing what it does is phenomenal, so scaling things up to our size, we've got some catching up to do. There's nothing more powerful than the power of thought, and nothing anyone can do to stop that being so.
We're living in an era which needs change like yesterday on a planet that's powerless to stop what's going on, short of a major tantrum like a volcano or a tsunami from the Arctic - we do know about the ice floes melting. Female minds and male minds are very different things, with different kinds of logic in their circuitry. We're getting tested, if my feeling is right, on how to manage this differential in what we accept versus what's become pet, in terms of our habitual thinking. We've got aeons and eons of time to back-engineer into something that makes sense to us now, and our trains of thought have really got to be things we don't wreck any more.
If you're having a really hard time coming to terms with the fabric of your relationships, you're not alone. This last few years has been shambolic in terms of understanding, even though we've tried. We've tried really hard to make sense of what's been going on in our worlds, while our reality seems to be shifting into something it always was, that looks very different from this side of the l=timeline.
Despair not, there's a lot at stake. We didn't choose any of this, you know. If your life and that of others seems a million miles apart, there's still a reason you're connected to them, and you didn't set about to be so connected, so that puts you in the same boat as the rest of us. These ships we sail had best be heading in the same direction.
Because if they are, and we're supposed to be understanding what Love means through all these dark nights and unromantic tantrums, we still have a chance to become coherent. The male and female mind can meld to the extent that we know for sure our telepathic bonds exist, and without much effort these points of connection can become time-dependent, as the cycles of the day dictate, so that thinking the same kind of things becomes natural to us, safe and acceptable, whereupon distance doesn't matter. And when we reach beyond that point in our tiny little punts, the world will change - our matrix will make it so, because it can't not, and we can do this, because we can.
All links of interest are behind the pics. They are where the pics are from... as are the memories we needed for the lesson.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met up with quantum mechanics in 1997, pledging allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies.