Those who've followed my blogs over the last couple of years know pretty much all there is to know about my position in life, so I'll not be making this post specific to any group or collective for the content of this one is generic anyway, no need to count in any constraints.
Unless you're really not into anything that could possibly be Woo, you'll know we have an electromagnetic field around our bodies which carries a frequency - sometimes we find ourselves on the same frequency as others and sometimes we find ourselves walking into an 'atmosphere', making us uncomfortable.
When that happens, we want to leave. Or change the dynamic somehow. Negativity might breed negativity but we don't willingly lend ourselves to the partnership, it serves no purpose but to fuel more discord. When we are synchronised with a frequency, though, we enjoy the gravitation and often learn something from its existence. Put into context, we work well with people we resonate with and less well where there is less harmony.
Use of the word 'harmony' illustrates a close connection between electromagnetism and music, with resonance and frequency also giving the game away a bit. If we veer into the current too far we get into the realms of currency.... nooooo
These EM fields of ours could be seen as bubbles - when we interact with other EM fields we remain individual, much as a water bubble shares its contents while remaining a singular thing, making sense of the feelings we cross-reference with others and the non-physical communication that apparently takes place as when we feel strongly about a person before interacting with them. Or know another's mind from a distance.
Not only that, but we are also proving to ourselves - and each other by default of the above - that we can throw thoughts, feelings, and intuitions around without even being in direct contact, just by thinking about each other. The foam of our quantum units is excitable.
Some of our relationships separate in the foam and drift apart, connecting with other bubbles of humanity. Some seem to maintain a connectivity, and those special ones find ways to throw things across the Universe at each other, perhaps because they've been here before and learned how to do this, but due to the strange loss of memory that separates lifetimes, we're having to learn it all over again.
We find ourselves connecting with minds like our own, more and more often, and cross-referencing our experiences so that we can make sense of them - varying perspectives making for soluble solutions. Solving the mysteries of the Universe isn't a privilege confined to physicists, it's as much a matter of where the information's given, and to whom, and who shares it, who takes it on board, who wants to know more. We find answers with questions hot on their heels for us to get to grips with. The cycle doesn't end, for any of us, so let's agree that in quantum terms at least we are all equal, and some are only more equal than others if they think they are.
I'd like to think we're putting it to good use, all this extra information we're getting from our deep dark relationships internally and externally, while still being able to celebrate the light and see the bright side as often as not. For being individuals we have a lot to share, every perspective being different making it important that we do.
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.