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The Energy Spectrum

What is the Energy Spectrum?

Energy exists on a spectrum between Zero Point and consciousness at one end, and black holes and radiation at the other end of the spectrum. Looking at the spectrum in linear terms energy which is closer to Zero Point and consciousness is dramatic, or light energy, and energy which is closer to black holes and radiation is traumatic or dark energy.

Understanding the basic principles of energy

Depending on eprspective energy can be either a particle or an energy wave. Energy itself can be measured according to three parameters which are wavelength, A wave and a cycle are the same thing which means that the Energy Spectrum itself is a cycle with drama and trauma being the two extremes. Dramatic energy, or light energy is lower in frequency, with longer wavelengths and higher in levels of consciousness. Traumatic energy, or dark energy, is higher in frequency, shorter wavelengths, and lower in levels of consciousness.

Developing consciousness - the objective of the universe

Energy cannot be created or destroyed and the amount of energy in the universe is constant, it can only be modified or changed with respect to its frequency, wavelength and level of consciousness. The purtpose of the universe itself, and everything in existence, is the development of consciousness, or evolution, which explains the creative cycle (explained further in the Theory of Creativity). This can be further explained if we look at the human brain and how it processes energy.

Understanding how the human brain processes energy

The human brain is a complex electromagnetic organ and anatomical structure, so it's very important to understand that this theory is about a single, solitary aspect of the way that the brain functions rather than an explanation of how the brain functions in its entirety. The purpose of the brain is to detect, perceive, modify and transform different flows of energy by way of frequency and wavelength to facilitate living existence and the development of consciousness. This is done through a variety of senses, such as hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste and also a sensory and motor nervous system.

Brain hemispheres

The human brain is divided into two cerebral hemispheres, both left and right connected by a band of tissue known as the Corpus Callosum. While consciousness, sensory input and perception is evenly distributed across the brain the two hemispheres of the brain function completely differently and have different objectives. The left hemisphere has a physical bias, while the right hemisphere has a metaphysical bias. 'Meta' here means outside of or beyond, so the right hemisphere is mainly concerned with matters which are beyond the physical.

The right cerebral hemisphere - metaphysical bias

The right hemisphere thinks kinesthetically and spatially because it is concerned primarily with energy which is outside you as an individual and with consciousness. It's important here to understand that consciousness isn't something which is inside you, but is out there in the universe and envirionment. You only download consciousness based on what you are able to perceive very much in the exact same way as your computer and internet browser downloads and displays a webpage. If you switch your computer off or shut down your browser the webpage is still there. This is why the right hemisphere is more about that what surrounds you in your environment, the feel of something, the shapes, colours, about creativity, and about your vision and dreams. It also has much to do with basic emotions and feelings, impressions, moods and 'vibes' or vibrations. It's through your right hemisphere that you can sense or pick up on that what is going on around you, and also project different energy from within you out to others and your environment.

The left cerebral hemisphere - physical bias

The left hemisphere thinks logically and sequentially because it is concerned with energy (and information, which is actually energy) which you are aware of and which is known to you. Your left hemisphere is what picks out details from everything you perceive, constantly, compares it to your previous experience and organizes it very much in the same way as a filing or operating system in a computer. Your left central hemisphere is the voice in your head, the endless chatter, and is also the control mechanism in your brain which stops you reacting and bashing people's heads in. The left cerebral hemisphere is concerned primarily with the physical, things you have learned, personal beliuefs, social interaction, cultural beliefs, and aspects of your identity. Unlike the right hemisphere which is concerned with everything around you, the left hemispheer is concerned with you as an individual.

Your individual Energy Spectrum - or individual frequency range

The universe is holographic in nature. If you can remember what a hologram is, you might understand that the difference between a hologram and a picture is that when you break up a picture you get pieces of picture which are part of a whole, whereas when you break up a hologram you get different smaller copies of the whole image. Likewise just like the universe itself is based on an energy spectrum, so too are you. Think of the position of a radio station on an AM or FM band on an analog radio. You know? Where you had to tune into a specific energy frequency in order to listen to the radio station. You function in the exact same way within an individual range of energy frequency.

Dramatic and traumatic effects on energy on you

Energy of difference frequencies can have different effects on you and you need energy to be within a certain frequency range not only to be able to perceive it, but also to be able to function and live. One of the more important functions of your left cerebral hemsiphere is to regulate or modify energy function between your right cerebral hemisphere and your heart to bring energy frequency down to the level you need in order to function normally. When energy is outside your individual frequency range or your brain is impaired and unable to regulate energy frequency as well as it should, you can experience various effects. For example of you're exposed to energy of a higher frequency than you're comfortable with, you can experience stress, anxiety, pain, tension, or fear.

External means of regulating energy frequency

The left hemisphere of the brain is by no means the only way of regulating energy frequency as you have other means of regulating energy frequency, through medication, various substances, foods, activities, other people and even the universe itself. Such things as painkillers, coffee, nicotine, drugs, social interaction and sleep are all means through which you can regulate energy frequency. Some of these are also sources of energy in themselves, such as sleep, social interaction, and the brain itself is capable of transforming energy frequency through creative and conscious thinking.