About Energy – Part 2

Part 2 of 3

Energy Velocity in Relation to Body-Mind
Albert Einstein surprised the world in 1905 when he presented his theory of relativity. He showed how mass and energy are the same substance but with different manifestations. He determined that the ultimate speed in the universe is the speed of light (~188,000 miles per second; ~300,000 kilometers per second; ~675,000,000 MPH; ~1,080,000,000 KPH). So the speed of the energy that holds it all together is the speed of light or maybe even faster.
In order to try to comprehend the speed of the energy that holds the entire universe, let’s bear these simple facts in mind:


• A car engine rotates tens of times per second in order to propel a ~2000 pound car at a speed of up to ~140 miles per hour.
• A jet engine rotates thousands of times per second in order to lift in the air a weight of several tens of tons and is flying at an average speed of ~500 miles per hour.
• There are no technical and/or scientific means to measure the speed of vibrations of the living cell; it might be millions of vibrations per second.
• Try to imagine how many vibrations per second should the engine that energizes the universe, run? At what kind of speed does this energy need to flow in order to maintain and hold the entire universe hanging there in space?
This fast energy is the glue that connects all phenomena in the universe; giving us the impression that all is stationary while in reality it is all in constant movement, an extremely fast one. When all particles are connected together by the energy, the universe becomes one, one complete unit that contains it all. So when we talk about body or mind we are talking about the same thing; one is the reflection of the other and there are no boundaries where the mind ends and the body starts, or boundaries where the body ends and the mind starts.

Energy and the five senses
Throughout the history of mankind, humans have learned to master their environment to a large extent. They have learned to utilize different aspects of energy, from the discovery of fire in the ancient days, through the invention of steam engines to more complex forms of engines; from the discovery of electricity, electromagnetism, radio waves, until today’s advanced world of airplanes, computers, space travel, satellites broadcast, cellular telephones, and technology that makes day-to-day life more comfortable.
Humans have taken these aspects of energy for granted. Yesterday’s invention amazed them but today they are already used to it, waiting for the next new surprise. People have been focusing on the phenomena captured by their five senses and naturally have ignored whatever is beyond the range of their senses (e.g. ultra violet and infra red rays). As we know, energy has been manifested in so many ways. Our five senses help us to be oriented through our environment. We see objects; we hear, smell, taste and touch them. We are able instantly to distinguish among all their forms; the tangible solids and liquids that we can smell and hear, and for the most part we ignore all other forms that cannot be perceived with our five senses. Our technology has helped us detect many other energy manifestations that are out of our range, but it did not help us a bit to improve our ability to grasp phenomena beyond our five senses.
Cellular telephones are a must in our modern life and since this instrument is doing its job, only few would bother to wonder how the voice travels to this gadget, what the voices are made of and how a picture travels through air into the cellular phone screen.

Energy and Research
History
So while the majority of people have been busy with their routine life, relying mainly on the world as it is captured by their five senses, there have always been groups of people that could not rest and accept as a total truth what is perceived through the five senses.
This group is called researchers. We have heard about their findings along the history of mankind. Seven thousand years ago the Chinese found the energy of life which they named Chi, and developed the system of Acupuncture. There are the Greek philosophers and scientists that found more than three thousand years ago some basic truths about our life energy and how to incorporate it to the medical field. One prominent name is Sir Isaac Newton who made a falling apple famous and those parts of his mathematical formula are  still valid today. The list is long, but I would like to focus only on a few researchers in order to get the flavor of how advanced is the research of different aspects of energy, and how energy therapy could emerge through these important findings.

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