Enter the subject of symmetry, a quantum law that applies to particles -
baulked by some quantum-mechanical behaviours.
Giving scientists a headache.
Nature likes asymmetry, to perpetuate uniqueness in all fields. Differences in energy and environmental circumstance create different forms of life, and of those forms of life not one is truly identical. Even a snowflake is a lone creation. Grains of sand - they're unique too. As you are, and all those you encounter. We are all unique beings in unique fields of influence with unique lives to lead.
In fostering our levels of contentment and security, recognition of changing flow has to be part of the accounting process. Relationships are not static, they shift and sometimes end completely, but even if they reach termination point they leave a trail of memories behind them. We don’t have a renormalisation formula for relationships, so we account for their uniqueness on our own terms, in our own way - information is not always available when we might deem it necessary to be there, but rather relies on what we might call 'divine timing' to surface within our field of vision.
While our field of vision is stuck in a mist between three-dimensional existence and spiritual evolution, we are going to find it hard to track the road less travelled, for while a path of least resistance is naturally tempting, some personal journeys are far from easy. With questions and conundrums seemingly beyond scale, we are finally forced to accept that it is simply what it is, let go of the human desire to drive events towards outcome, and forge ahead on a path of our own circumspection.
This is a picture of the Heliospheric Current Sheet, or 'Ballerina's Skirt', a plasma field streaming from the Sun - scientists estimate it's about 10,000km thick with positive and negative charge currents holding together this natural yet powerful phenomenon.
Symmetry draws some relationships together instantly, without preconception or forethought, into a cycle of events that proves its validity by insistence of application, constant reminders of areas needing improvement in the self, and tendency to motivate towards a more advanced state of being. You can encounter friendships on all kinds of levels, while neither party can imagine, or foresee, how events will weave themselves into the picture. We can safely say we're learning how to harvest the best of what nature has to offer, while there is little if any concrete evidence to support a hypothesis everyone can hail as a Grand Unified Theory. But then, we’re not here to shore up the ambitions of science, we’re here to experience self-management in a different way, reflecting a wave of growth and development on an extraordinary scale.
Kathy is the author of Quantumology. She met quantum mechanics in 1997 and pledged allegiance to its sources thereafter. These are her personal thoughts and testimonies. For professional testimonials please see Programmes.