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Tattoo by Alex Edwards @alex_edwards
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Energy And The 5 Sun Models http://bit.ly/1fZmjxM
Consider that the Sun contains 99.8% of all the energy in the solar system.
Basically, this means that the Sun is the only source of energy we have.
Its energy, is the source of all our energy.
The Sun was worshipped by ALL ancient religions and thus it is surely the most important symbol in the Universe.
So as I explain the connections between the relationship models and the Sun, keep in mind that they transcend the same basic values.
The models are as important as the Sun. According to thought theory, they are the reason the Sun exists, and they power the Sun’s energy.
Since the five relationship models represent the fabric of the Universe, their configurations hold energy across a hyper-dimensional space that affects both bodies of matter and the minds of people.
Physical forms of energy power physical reactions, such as within an electric engine. However, there are abstract forms of energy that power invisible turbines in our minds, and which motivate people. People acquire motivation and perform activities in response to the infusion of abstract energy within their mindspace models.
Everyday, living beings feed off two forms of energy, one of the Sun, and the other of symbolism, and both forms are derived from one source: the relationship models.
If you think that the only reason things happen in the Universe is because electrons and photons are moving about interacting between atoms – well guess what? You’re right, and all of that quantum activity can be represented by the relationship models. I have the diagrams to represent all forms of physical interaction, because everything works through relationships – and the 5 ‘Sun’ models are the basic descriptors of all forms of energy.
From a physical perspective, energy is stored within interactive particles. That being said what’s invisible from that perspective, are the models working behind the scenes. Describing how and why the models work together to achieve some universal mechanism is the task at hand for thought theory.
Fundamentally, the Sun represents: a circle (most perfect natural circle in our solar system), a source of light, a symbol of time, fire, god, and an Ancient object. Given its composition of helium and hydrogen (the most basic and ancient atoms), it is perhaps the simplest of structures in the Universe. But because its so large, it’s also incredibly complex. Its intense fusion reaction powers light and heat, and that’s powered by the immense numbers of electrons blasting about its center. All of this activity and complexity that transmutes energy, can also be described in terms of the relationship models, because the models represent everything about the Sun and energy itself.
The models are fundamental building blocks from which increasingly complex structures can be created. On a basic level they describe atoms and sub-atomic particles, but, on larger scales, they also describe people, cities, and civilizations.
As the models grow in complexity across hyper-dimensional space, living beings evolve.
But what never changes across time are the models themselves. Despite their complexity, the very same 5 models hold everything together, including suns and civilizations.
Each type of model is created from a basic building block:
And amazingly, each building block can be simplified into a symbolic diagram of the Sun:
The reasoning for the association between the symbols of the Sun and these 5 models is simple – the models symbolize how energy is organized within the mind, and the Sun symbolizes how energy is organized in the physical world.
Our minds are primarily concerned with evaluating the energy found within symbols, and through fundamental associations, our global un-consciousness has decided long ago that the Sun is best visualized using the 5 relationship models it uses to value symbolic energy.