Synchronicities in language may appear to be tenuous, but when you find yourself thinking along quantum lines, all those word-synchronicities suddenly appear valid... and why not? Do we think we invent language all on our own, without any higher power to lend a hand? If you believe in the quantum world and all the ways of living within it, you'll know that tangled hierarchy prevents any possibility of us existing without external influence from any number of potential dimensions. We invented language so that it could tell us something.
Love is a powerful energy - some would say it's the most powerful energy we've got. How far the implications of ‘Love' stretch across the cosmic order of things remains to be even thought about, let alone decided upon. So for now we keep it confined to the human condition, since that is the context in which we understand it to operate. I've covered a lot about Love/Fear Polarity in Quantumology so will try hard not to repeat myself too much, suffice to say that the energy we call Love heals all kinds of ills, mends all kinds of emotional wounds, and forges all manner of strong relationships which jump the division of species. Many people love their animals more than they love humans, because animals are more straightforward. Non-human minds appear to work at advanced levels in terms of time (they live in the Now rather than dwell on past/future anxieties) and emotion (which comes into play according to real-time events, rather than self-induced fantasies of what may or may not be). So animals and birds make for stable playmates because in the simplicity of their being, they demand less and devote more.
There's no doubt in my mind that Love, and its polarity Fear, are tied up somewhere with the electromagnetic spectrum. Language again gives us clues to this - we have red rages, black despair, blue moods and purple patches. We link emotion to the EM spectrum automatically, so there has to be some reason why we do so. Our friends help us make sense of whatever nuggets of synchronicity may come along to provide hints and tips. Tip of the iceberg, after all, is all we can hope for in understanding how the Universe really works, but at least we can talk to each other about what might lie beneath.
All the pictures above have stories behind them. Click on the picture to take you there.
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.