English / 12.01.2020 / 2120
Energy holes in what? Where? To have holes you need a vessel from which the liquid will flow out. However, if there is no vessel, then there is no place for holes to appear
Here is an example. There was a talented businessman. He sells well and closes deals for huge amounts. At the same time, he never has money. He sells something for millions, and in a couple of months he has to ask friends to lend him some money. Everyone has seen such examples. You just need to look more closely. Some might need to look in the mirror.
And how many stories about rogues who pulled off scams, and after years, became beggars? And don't talk about karma. We are discussing a simple physical law. Money is energy. If there is no place to store money, then a person will never become rich. And there will be constant problems with energy. No matter how much one got in the moment, if there is nothing to hold it in - the rain of gold passes, the water soaks into the ground, and the wind carries the gold dust away… And there is nothing left. Drought. Emptiness. And the cabbage doesn’t grow.
And then I heard a song: "I just have energy holes, I need to close them...
“How do I feel waves? How do I sense the wave of energy going through my body? No matter how many times I try, I just can’t do it.” I have been asked this question hundreds of times. Finally, I’ve found the time and the place to answer it.
First: a word of warning. How it all “actually” works is unknown to theoretical physicists, gurus, and “even” to me… But there are some things I understand and some things I believe.
Tanya’s mother beat her weekly. She tried to restrain herself, and not hit her child every day, but it didn't always work out. It was all thanks to her daughter being so different with her fantastical stupidity and incredible self-confidence.
“You realize that you can't even work as a janitor? Today, even they have a higher education... And you can't even string three words together," shouted the fat math teacher.
Once again I wondered: why is it so difficult to understand other people? Recently, we had a heated discussion in our chat. One of our readers pondered: what motivates young people these days to join power structures where there is “no place for individualism”? Someone suggested they could be compared to Batman: “Being afraid of bats, he decided to become one of them. So did these people: being afraid of the authorities, they decided to become them.” Someone else had a counter question, “How successful would they be had they not decided to join these structures?”Read more...
Neuroscientists say that the bigger the brain, the longer a mammal lives. And there is also a commonplace observation: people who are engaged in research, teaching, and theoretical science live long. You can count straight from Plato, who died at the age of eighty. His colleague Newton at 84, Mendeleev at 72, Einstein at 76, physicist Niels Bohr at 77, and so on. And the other day I was walking around Cyprus with a PhD, so she told me:Read more...