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Daniel Van Sickle

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The big Q:

Is everything connected?

  • Does ones decision effect anothers life?
  • Energy- (physical)Do my movements effect the way another person moves or reacts?
  • Energy- (mental/emotional) If i am personally in a good mood, do i have an energy that radiates to another person and in turn helps them be happy?
  • Everything is energy (your body, your room, money, everything you percieve and want) Einstein- E=MC² = Everything(Mass, light, body, mind, thought, etc.) = Energy

    All energy has a vibration. All energy has a frequency. The most potent form of energy is "thought" because  it penetrates all space and all time.

    Vibrating Being, in a Vibrating Universe

    Ocean of Motion 

  • All we know to be real is connected through energy:



         3.Our Planed (Earth)

         4.Individuals (People, Animals, Plants)

         5.Organ systems




         all condenced to its lowest for is...Energy

  • Are we connected on a higher level/deity?
  • Are we connected through belief, likes and dislikes?
  • Are we connected through civilization? Then, what truly makes someone civilized?
  • Could our souls be connected?
  • Law of Attraction. Since everything is energy, including thought, and since everything is connected through energy entanglement, than the more we "think" about something the more we attract it into our lives. Thoughts send a magnetic signal to draw the parallel to you. When you focus on something with alot of passion it happens faster. Positive energy is more potent and has a higher frequency then negative energy.

    Here are some fun sayings for the Law of Attraction:

    What you think about, you bring about.

    Be positive, get positive

    The more you think about it, the more you receive it

Does anyone have anymore suggestions or comments?

Comments (15)

Deven said

at 5:39 pm on Sep 10, 2008

In the physical sense, you can take a look at what mr.baker said today. He mentioned something about the connection between certain historical figure's actions and things invented today. Remember his reference to the tissue box? I can't quite remember his exact words but it seems to relate.

Bre said

at 5:49 pm on Sep 10, 2008

I agree with Deven -- in a bit of an obscure way, almost, the whole almost-six degrees of separation thing makes sense in this case. The whole one person's teachings leading to another, and then to another, then to the invention of the paper mill, and then to kleenex. So even if others are not effected directly at that moment, in the future, what you do or teach could affect millions of lives every day.

Another thing; you know how, when one person smiles, it seems to multiply? One person smiles at another in the hall, they smile back and smile at someone else, etc. etc. So in that way, at least, you may have an energy which will transmit to other people, even if you wouldn't exactly say that it's "radiating". Also, when someone happens to be in a good mood, they tend to smile, joke, and thereby put other people at ease, if not make them join in the laughter, which makes the good mood spread to the other person, usually.

Hope it helps!! Good luck!

Meagan Christou said

at 6:11 pm on Sep 10, 2008

Almost everyone does agree that the "Ripple Effect" / "Domino Effect" is real and plays a large role in many lives and sometimes in society. Maybe you could try to look for examples in the news or elsewhere that could relate to ...trends for example and how quickly people can follow them!

Leah said

at 8:35 pm on Sep 10, 2008

This reminds me of something from Sophie's World... When Sophie was wondering whether her entire life and the lives of those around her would be difference from the tiniest change; being given another name other than Sophie. So I guess that raises another question, KIND OF related to yours... If say, my mother's name was different, would her life have been different? Would she still be herself, and would I have even been born? It's funny how something so seemingly insignificant could potentially make such a huge difference in so many lives.

kylepenfound@... said

at 9:45 pm on Sep 10, 2008

Monkey See, Monkey do. If you walk out in the street and point UP then nearly everyone around you will be affected by your actions and join you in looking up.
I believe this to also be true for your emotions. If you are feeling so good and walking around with a big smile on your face, i'm not sure your energy gets sent to everybody but it definately affects them. if i see someone smiling chances are i'll lighten up myself.

Daniel Van Sickle said

at 10:04 pm on Sep 10, 2008

in another case, if we look at religion (certain ones that have a god/deity) could we not say that we are all connected through a higher power/deity?

Daniel Van Sickle said

at 10:55 pm on Sep 10, 2008

entanglement, two objects, two electrons created together are entangled, send one to the other side of the universe, now do something to one, and the other responds instantly, so either information is travelling infinitly fast, or in reality they are still connected, they are intangled. So if everything were intangled at the moment of the "Big Bang", that means everything is still touching, space is just an illusion that there are seperate objects.

Mitch said

at 10:09 pm on Sep 23, 2008

But then what about how we learn in physics that nothing is ever truly touching, because all molecules or atoms (I always forget the name of the smallest unit) are not touching. So when I stand on the floor, I'm actually floating at a molecular level. But even the molecules inside of me are not touching, so I'm not even one thing, I'm billions upon billions.

I don't know which of the two theories is true, just throwing this back up there. That Big Bang entanglement thing sounds really interesting too.

Josh *the biggest boss thus far* Matthews said

at 11:22 pm on Sep 10, 2008

man i was reading Sophie's world and i learned about Democritus the last 'natural philosopher' and he thought up the atom theory about everyone being kinda connected by atoms. and that we share atoms 'a hydrogen atom in a cell at the end of my nose was once part of an elephants trunk." he also thought that we didn't have individual souls and that we had "soul atoms" which connected to our consciousness and they leave in different directions to form other souls once you die because you couldn't use your soul atoms after your brain disintegrates. His Atom theory would absolutely connect us physically , and through our souls.

erika said

at 4:10 pm on Sep 12, 2008

i loooove this question :)
it relates to the chaos theory:

"It has been said that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly's wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway across the world."
-- chaos theory

that is my favourite quote from any movie! Its from the movie, the butterfly effect, it is at the very beginning before the movie starts.

it makes you think about everything being connected, perhaps through energy?
personally i think that everything is connected, in every way. I have nothing to back that up, but it my personal opinion.
And I definitely think that you should look into the chaos theory more to find some possible answers :)

Good luck :D

Sydney said

at 3:03 pm on Oct 24, 2008

i think that we are all in a way connected, in a tonn of ways. like when mr baker was talking about how you can connect yourself with anyone. also the actions that you choose also result in consequences - a domino effect. i don't know about that souls being connected though - i'm still not sure if we even have.. souls. aaaas terrible as that sounds aha.

Meagan Christou said

at 7:56 pm on Nov 2, 2008

Found this from Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy:
In Aztec Philosophy

c. Pantheism

Nahuas philosophers also conceived teotl pantheistically: (a) everything that exists constitutes an all-inclusive and interrelated unity; (b) this unity is sacred; (c) everything that exists is substantively identical and hence one with the sacred; (d) the sacred is teotl. There is only one thing, teotl, and all other forms or aspects of reality and existence are identical with teotl; (e) teotl is not a minded being or 'person' (in the Western sense of having intentional states or the capacity to make decisions). (See Levine 1994 for discussion of pantheism.)

Hunt (1977) and I. Nicholson (1959) offer closely similar interpretations of pre-Hispanic metaphysics. Eva Hunt writes:

...reality, nature and experience were nothing but multiple manifestations of a single unity of being... The [sacred] was both the one and the many... It was also multiple, fluid, encompassing of the whole, its aspects were changing images, dynamic, never frozen, but constantly recreated, redefined (Hunt 1977:55f.).

Alan Sandstrom's ethnography of contemporary Nahuatl-speakers in Veracruz, Mexico, offers a similar interpretation:

...everybody and everything is an aspect of a grand, single, overriding unity. Separate beings and objects do not exist--that is an illusion peculiar to human beings. In daily life we divide up our environment into discrete units so that we can talk about it and manipulate it for our benefit. But it is an error to assume that the diversity we create in our lives is the way reality is actually structured ... everything is connected at a deeper level, part of the same basic substratum of being... The universe is a deified, seamless totality (Sandstrom 1991:138).

Sydney said

at 3:01 am on Dec 10, 2008

I think energy connects everything, possibly.

Connor said

at 1:30 am on Dec 14, 2008

Does buying sweat-shop made clothes promote the idea of a sweat-shop? Sure, we say, "O no, sweat shops, what they are doing to those people is wrong and terrible!!" Then we go on with life. Society is a material 'make, buy, live" world and people will exploit that..forever. We are in a vicious cycle, that seems highly unlikely to change anytime soon. So do we do something about those sweat-shops in Mexico and China or are we at risk, putting someone out of a job, even though it doesn't seem like a job (to us).

So are we really connected by "the material goods"?

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