As I continue to research the world in which we live, I realize that we are all beautifully interconnected representations of fractal electric forms of communication. Let me explain.
From the fascinating study of "sprites" as documented in a visually stunning episode of the PBS television series, NOVA, entitled "At the Edge of Space" to the thought provoking history of the Internet, as written and experienced by Jacques F. Vallée in his book, The Heart of the Internet, the common thread is the channeling of energy through diverse mediums. They can be as large as the 300 mile wide cloud that contains enough electrical energy to create reversed spikes of lightening 60 miles upwards into our stratosphere or as small as the nano technology which has formed its virtual fractal counterpart, the perfectly named iCloud.
We share this same fractal pattern within our own human experience. When we come together in a business meeting or at a soccer game, we are like the previously mentioned clouds. Our unique electric signal interacts with our environment. This is why we feel energized when the crowd rises to its feet after a goal and motivated when Steve Jobs would share his passion about the latest version of the iPad during a televised auditorium setting product launch.
It is all about tuning in and tuning out energy. Too much or too little and you are out of balance. When you find the right resonance, then the flow can be simply and easily experienced as following what excites you positively.
The key is in understanding that both positive and negative energy are a natural constant. The way we use our bodies as receptors and transmitters determines how and what we co-create in our daily life.
Your thoughts and feelings are electric fractal forms of communication. Use them wisely and remember to have fun.
For further research, please check out the following sites:
The PBS Television Series NOVA episode "At the Edge of Space"
Jacques F. Vallée's book, The Heart of the Internet
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