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Generators Empower Modern Society With Electric Impetus

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Generators Empower Modern Society With Electric Impetus

Generators Empower Modern Society With Electric Impetus

Originally, society as we know it gathered its impetus from the inner drives that power all life. This energetic process carried us through a field of innovation, engaging our most creative aspects as a result of desperation. Faced with impending destruction from the natural elements and our own animalistic nature, mankind was forced to improvise ways of harnessing the environment in order to create more effective methods of survival. The energy was ample but left without any practical uses for this abundance of power, we were moved to harvest the potentials into something that would save us from impending doom. From this need came the implementation of fire, a power that has served as a foundation for future developments in creative empowerment. As fire gained ground in our daily life, we sought to harvest even more extensive energies into domestic and societal applications. From fire came the innovations of the industry, all leading to the generators that are the cornerstone of modern efficacy.

The First Light

Electricity was a powerful impetus in the creation of modern forms of commerce and communication. Lead by the inventor Thomas Edison, the channeling of electric currents surged through America and the civilized world to open avenues that had previously remained latent in the creative imagination of the world through the incandescent lamp. As this electricity spread through the minds and homes of civilization, the demand for greater resources came into being. Centralized power was a necessity. Networks of homes and businesses craved the thorough energy that culminated in the invention of the electric generator. Though previously used in experimental form by Michael Faraday, generators were able to harness the mechanical impetus of labor to create efficient means of distribution of energy. Spreading from the theoretical to the practical, generators engaged the work of the masses and harnessed it into the currents, which continue to power the industrial machine. Though experimented with in early stages, innovators such as Nikola Tesla took these concepts and developed tools, which revolutionized the globe.

An Innovative Energy Source

Tesla would innovatively take concepts that had remained latent in the public psyche and provide practical implements relevant today. He realized that an electric current present in the atmosphere, and so Tesla created generators. The generators were capable of converting static energy into dynamic forces that could be utilized by all with relatively little waste. Though Edison had begun the creation of relatively inefficient models, the generator, which Tesla redesigned, was remarkably efficient. The story goes that Edison offered Tesla, his employee, a significant cash reward if he were able to redesign the direct current generators in vogue. Tesla was able to succeed in this endeavor, however, Edison rescinded his offer under the guise of a humorous proposition. Instead, the inventor was offered a raise to his usual wage, which was summarily dismissed, and Tesla resigned shortly thereafter. Although there has been a rich history of innovation in the process of electrical utilization, the tools that we have access to today are based on this development and we have the great minds of the past to thank for this.

Human Body Energy Fields

Human Body Energy Fields

The human body, composed of seven billion billion billion atoms, is often compared to a machine in that it has an engine, electrical system, movable parts, and a computer onboard. Such an analogy ignores four essential body aspects. Ancient, as well as contemporary literature, has explored human consciousness, spirituality, and the concept of a soul. Within this exploration has been the following four generally non-visible body energy fields: the etheric body, astral body, mental body, and the causal body.

The etheric body sometimes referred to as the ether-body or aether-body, is the first layer of the human energy field. It provides vitality and life to the physical body. It encompasses electromagnetic, chi, prana, and or Ki vitality. From a scientific viewpoint, it is composed of subatomic particles. The etheric body also attunes oneÂ’s consciousness to universal energy. Blue-violet color radiates from the etheric body. The etheric body is the same shape as the physical body.

Next is the astral energy field and it is generally posited between the mental and causal body energy fields. The idea dates back to at least the time of Plato. Some writers claim it is the spiritual counterpart of the physical body; however, Theosophists indicate the astral body is the link between the human nervous system and the cosmos. The astral body is an exact replica of the physical body and is the instrument of emotions. Like the other generally non-visible body energy fields, it extends beyond the actual physical body. Astral projection utilizes the astral body to travel to other dimensions. Finally, the astral body is a field of energy occupying the same space as the aura, but appears to have a higher degree of flexibility in that it is constantly reshaped by thought and emotion. The astral energy field functions as a vehicle of consciousness, which can exist separately from the physical body even though it is connected to that physical body.

The third body energy field is called the mental body. It presents an interesting challenge particularly in view of the quarrel over the location of the mind. It is believed this mental body energy field is located in the mind. Further, this field is the vehicle of thought vibration and enables the manifestation of the self. Healing at this energy field is stronger, longer-lasting than the other three-body energy fields. The reason for this is the suspicion that the mind energy field is all-encompassing, that is, it exists everywhere in the human physical body

The causal body is the fourth body energy field. It has its roots in Yogic and Vedantic concepts that have been forged into some of the basic principles of Theosophy, esotericism, and spiritual mysticism. It is here that the soul—the spiritual soul that survives the physical death of the body, exists. Since the soul is energy and if one accepts the major premise of the Second Law of Thermodynamics that energy cannot be destroyed, it makes sense then, that the soul survives the death of the body.

The individual’s role, then, is to be open, to be receptive, and to be cognizant of these body energy fields and resonate with them.

Healing: The Shaman’s Way

Healing: The Shaman's Way

Much is being written about various modalities of alternative medicine. The term alternative medicine grinds on the nerves because it immediately sets up a potentially confrontational situation with what is called “traditional medicine.” Complimentary or supportive medicine is a much better term and contemporary medicine is better nomenclature for “traditional” medicine. What are the supportive or complementary healing techniques? A list would include Reiki, Qigong, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Chiropractic, Biofield Energy, Therapeutic Touch, Spiritual Healing, Faith Healing, Acupuncture, Acupressure, Yoga, Sufi Dancing, Polarity Therapy, Feldenkrais Method, Meditation, Visualization, Chakra Balancing, and Sound Healing (Vibrational Healing).

One healing method is older than those listed-shamanic healing. It has been around for at least 40,000 years. Interestingly enough, it has used and still does use many of the techniques that are incorporated in approaches to current complimentary healing. Two popular healing techniques have their history in the world of shamanism: healing hands and healing sounds.

What are healing hands? Healing hands are sometimes referred to as the “laying-on-of-hands” or as healing touch. Reiki is a good example of contemporary healing techniques using hands, having been introduced in the early 1920s. Like the shaman, the Reiki healer functions as a conduit for the universal life force.

A shaman uses his hands to locate an issue in his patient, then to redirect energy to that area so the person can begin to heal him or herself. What happens at this point is a realignment of the molecular vibrations of the body. As the realignment or bringing into balance takes place, the shaman’s hands may exhibit warmth, cold, or vibration. In the event the vibration becomes intense, the shaman may be referred to as a “tingler.”

Vibration segues to the second commonality in healing strategies that have come up to us through shamanism, sound healing. Today there are Mp3 files, tapes, DVDs, CDs containing electronic sounds to increase one’s vibration levels for healing. Some of these productions go from 396hz to 852hz. There is a vibrational sound to heal one’s DNA. There are still practitioners who use the old methods of sound healing, mainly drums, rattles, and flutes, and bowls (Tibetan and Quartz). The shaman, like many modern healing practitioners, uses voice in the form of chants and supplications to the spirit world.

It’s apparent the cliché “don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater” is a good reminder not to be so quick to dismiss that which our ancestors found useful.