- The Age of Darkness: Gaia as a ‘Closed System’
- Old Lightworker Syndrome: The 51 Percenters
- Dynamic Equilibrium: The Balanced Teeter-Totter
- The New Age of Light: What Happens When We Get Light Downloads Through Solar Events?
- Analogy of the Half-Full Bottle of Soda
- Solar Events Are Adjusting Our Personal Light Quotients along with That of Earth
THE AGE OF DARKNESS: GAIA AS A ‘CLOSED SYSTEM’
As you may recall, Ma’at is the principle of truth, balance, order, law and morality (2). Let’s take a look at the balance aspect of this principle. In chemistry (bear with me, I’m a little rusty on this), Balance is sometimes expressed through the theory of dynamic equilibrium.
For a long time, Earth has existed in 3D, a closed system (3) — a system from which there has been no escape. Within that system, the forces of light and dark have existed in a state of dynamic equilibrium (4). That is to say, it’s been 50% light, 50% dark.
OLD LIGHTWORKER SYNDROME: THE 51 PERCENTERS
Sometimes one of us, such as a lightworker, have become a little more than 50% light — and that with very great effort on our part, because we’ve been ‘bucking the odds.’
But then, because the whole Earth system has existed in dynamic equilibrium, our ‘light gain’ must needs have come into equilibrium with the 3D Earth system as a whole. As mentioned in the earlier Ma’at article (2), this could happen in various ways. However, the end result has always been an equal ‘dark gain’ which has brought 3D Earth … generally instantaneously … back into a dynamic equilibrium of 50-50.
DYNAMIC EQUILIBRIUM: THE BALANCED TEETER-TOTTER
In other words, we’ve existed in a steady state (5) of light versus dark. James A. Plambeck has described it like this…
Nothing seems to be happening in a state of dynamic equilibrium. There is no ‘net change’. But chemical reactions do, in fact, take place, and sometimes very rapidly. But because these reactions are opposite to each other, there is no net change.
And so, though the system is in equilibrium, it is a dynamic system. In that system, real reactions are continuously occurring. If external means are used to alter the system, the reactions taking place will cause the system to return to equilibrium.
Mr. Plambeck characterizes dynamic equilibrium as a “balanced teeter-totter” on a children’s playground. (6)
Like the teeter-totter, it can be expressed, variously, in a way that can be visualized as a teeter-totter ‘stuck’ in a horizontal state, or a teeter-totter moving up and down.
For the first instance, the horizontal state of the teeter-totter, you might visualize two children, one on each end of the teeter-totter, both children having equal weight. Both are pushing against the ground, applying equal force to move their end of the teeter-totter upward. The force applied by each child cancels out the force applied by the other child, and so the teeter-totter doesn’t move at all.
The other state of the teeter-totter, the movement of up and down, reminds me of Mr. Plambeck’s insight mentioned above: If external means are used to alter the system, the reactions taking place will cause the system to return to equilibrium.
In the metaphor of the teeter-totter, if two children attempting to play on a teeter-totter learn, through trial and error, that if they both don’t push at the same time against the ground … if one pushes against the ground while the other simply sits on the other end of the teeter-totter … then they can get it going in an up and down motion.
That is to say, one child uses external means to alter the system. And so they are able to play for a while on the teeter-totter. But as the children begin to tire, they will stop pushing against the ground when their feet touch it during the up and down motion. And so, the teeter-totter will eventually return to a state of equilibrium.
I think that’s what he meant, hope I’m being accurate. To get back to his brilliant explanation, which has been quoted in many textbooks –Alice …
If two children weighing the same are sitting on a teeter-totter, each at the same distance from its center, then the ‘driving force’ of each child is equal, and it is opposed. Consequently, the teeter-totter can’t be moved.
From the standpoint of chemistry, one might define the condition of equilibrium as one where the rates of movement within the system are in opposite directions, but equal. To repeat, the two children on the teeter-totter are attempting to move in opposite directions (up in one case, down in the other), and the net effect is no movement. (6)
THE NEW AGE OF LIGHT: WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE GET LIGHT DOWNLOADS THROUGH SOLAR EVENTS?
With the Shift, the Ascension process has altered not the balance of light and dark on Earth, but the amount of light. The amount of light is steadily increasing. Each time we get a light download, our personal quota of light increases. But still, the balance of light and dark on Earth exists in dynamic equilibrium. It’s just that, with each light download, the dark becomes lighter. And the light becomes lighter. In other words, the whole Earth system, including both dark and light, becomes lighter.
And so does the All — the solar system, the galaxy, the Universe, the Multiverse — but that’s a story to save for the future, when Earth system is brighter still….
ANALOGY OF THE HALF-FULL BOTTLE OF SODA
Here’s an example, in chemical terms, of what happens to Earth, and to us, during a light download…. Imagine that Earth (or you could imagine your Soul) is a half-full bottle of soda. Let’s say the soda is your body, the carbon dioxide (the fizz) in the soda is the dark on Earth (or you could say our own Soul wounding), which would like to expand into the air at the very top of the soda bottle (the Light on Earth, or your could think of the air in the soda bottle as our personal body of light). But here we are stuck with a half-full bottle of soda — and half the fizz stays in the cola. Half the dark on Earth stays dark. Half our soul wounding can’t expand into the Light. (7)
Now imagine the hand of God opens the soda bottle cap just a little and lets in a little air. Then the bottle cap is screwed tight again. What happened? Some of the fizz in the air of the soda bottle has escaped! This means more of the compressed fizz in the soda can escape into the air in the soda bottle, establishing a new equilibrium with less fizz in the soda, and less fizz in the air inside the soda bottle. (Which is why, once we drink some of our soda and recap the bottle, and put it in the fridge, the soda tastes flat the next day.) And metaphorically speaking, there will be less dark on Earth, and less Soul wounding in us personally.
SOLAR EVENTS ARE ADJUSTING OUR PERSONAL LIGHT QUOTIENTS ALONG WITH THAT OF EARTH
This is what happens when we get a light download. Specifically, in the last 2 days, we’ve had three minor M-class solar flares, and one C flare that was close to M-class. That’s a lot of light coming in:
At least one Earth-directed Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) has been generated, and this is due to cause geomagnetic storms today (August 2, 2014). Earth (and we personally) received light downloads almost instantaneously when each of these flares occurred. And we’ll receive more light downloads commencing some time before each Earth-directed CME contacts Earth’s electromagnetic field.
So over the next few days, we can expect Earth to become a little less dark, overall…. And we may expect more of our own Soul wounding to fizz up and escape from our Soul field forever.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
(1) public domain … from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dynamic_equilibrium.png
(2) “Ma’at, the Principle of Balance, re Dark Attacks, Angelic Protection, and the Incoming Light,” by Alice, https://iamofthestars.wordpress.com/2014/07/25/the-duck-in-the-bathtub-by-alice/
(3) “The term closed system refers to a physical system which does not allow certain types of transfers (such as transfer of mass) in or out of the system. It is a particular example of a system in a steady state. In thermodynamics a closed system is in thermodynamic equilibrium when reactions occur at such rates that the composition of the mixture does not change with time. Reactions do in fact occur, sometimes vigorously, but to such an extent that changes in composition cannot be observed.” –from Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Closed_system … Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
(4) “A dynamic equilibrium exists once a reversible reaction ceases to change its ratio of reactants/products, but substances move between the chemicals at an equal rate, meaning there is no net change.” –from Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_equilibrium … Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
(5) “In systems theory, a system in a steady state has numerous properties that are unchanging in time.” –from Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steady_state … Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
(6) paraphrased from “Chemical Equilibrium — A Dynamic Concept,” copyright 1995, by James A. Plambeck, http://dwb.unl.edu/Teacher/NSF/C14/C14Links/www.chem.ualberta.ca/courses/plambeck/p101/p01091.htm
(7) Here’s a good explanation of what happens with soda bottle fizz:
“In a new bottle of cola the concentration of carbon dioxide in the liquid phase has a particular value. If half of the liquid is poured out and the bottle is sealed, carbon dioxide will leave the liquid phase at an ever decreasing rate and the partial pressure of carbon dioxide in the gas phase will increase until equilibrium is reached. At that point, due to thermal motion, a molecule of CO2 may leave the liquid phase, but within a very short time another molecule of CO2 will pass from the gas to the liquid, and vice-versa. At equilibrium the rate of transfer of CO2 from the gas to the liquid phase is equal to the rate from liquid to gas. In this case, the equilibrium concentration of CO2 in the liquid is given by Henry’s law, which states that the solubility of a gas in a liquid is directly proportional to the partial pressure of that gas above the liquid. This relationship is written as
where k is a temperature-dependent constant, p is the partial pressure and c is the concentration of the dissolved gas in the liquid. Thus, the partial pressure of CO2 in the gas has increased until Henry’s law is obeyed. The concentration of carbon dioxide in the liquid has decreased and the drink has lost some of its fizz.”
(8) The solar flare graph is from http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/rt_plots/xray_5m.html … public domain. See http://www.education.noaa.gov/Special_Topics/Photos_and_Multimedia.html
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