It’s been a few years since the last big attempt to prevent the storm from overwhelming the population of the Earth. However close we come to the conclusion, some inexplicable event occurs and forces us to go one step back. That is what i call the flow of life– four dimensional framework of life itself.
According to the flow theory, one four dimensional event can occur many times through three dimensional event body parts which we are only able to see manifest in our visible electromagnetic light spectrum. Even though it feels like some events are separate from each other in actuality is the same event having many body parts. And every manifestation has two counterparts of itself – duality.
Because the Flow works that way, it is almost impossible to predict the event flow or outcome of anything that goes around in the world. The story mentioned in the first paragraph is just the one example of many that happens every millisecond. It is the abstract, right brain driven world view which shows itself for possible left brain analysis. That is what Carl Jung called the collective subconscious, the unpredictable, stochastic in nature, always oscillating event flow.
In addition to that, you might think that cause and effect really determines the predictability of events and we can recall the patterns through which the events turned out. Short answer would be yes, you are right, and long answer is no, it is more complicated and we have to go beyond the names and variables.
For example – a family lives in a district with lots of neighboring buildings and the news caster announced that the hurricane is going to hit the shore. Without much detail, in thirty minutes, the hurricane just happened to hit their house of all the others around and it just stopped. Two months later, the father of the family received a promotion, wife have won a local lottery and their kids were greatly rewarded with the realization of their future.
We can analyse this story in many ways: Cause and effect, life is random, or apply the theory of the Flow.
Cause and effect theory would analyse the specific events that led to the outcomes. We would learn many three dimensional variables that worked their way through the situation, from loss to reward.
Life is random theory is the easiest to get the things off the shoulders and just believe in good and bad luck, but that leaves everything chaotic and unpredictable and makes a lot of presumptions.
The Flow of life theory transcends them both and adds another dimension, which is the soul of all that we see in the physical world. There is no good luck or bad luck – everything is connected and both are of the same one aspect. Explanation:
Prior to the accident, one month ago the father might have been thinking about the promotion, but he did not have the means to push himself toward the goal, or a bigger paycheck. His wife worked hard to maintain the house having less and less time for herself. When hurricane hit the house was the day their variables changed for worse. An exchange with the nature began – to let go of the past and their old house. They were greatly rewarded afterward. That was the Flow of life at work.
In short – we make that exchange every minute by saying yes or no to our surroundings, even if we choose not to do anything, we are still having our inner electromagnetic vibration set to negative or a positive thought loop, trying to manifest something into reality. We can only see the physical body parts of the event, but they are four dimensional and can cause a butterfly effect.
Always keep in mind, that good follows the bad. Actually they are the same one four dimensional content manifesting itself as one side or the other. Every time you flip a coin it decides if today is going to be good or bad, and if we look at events in a long run, everything always turns out the way we wanted. That is the Flow.