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Old 10-29-2007, 09:04 PM
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Time Compressed Energy examples

Hi Kiran,

When the idea of anything comes about, it becomes a possibility.

Each possibility has different levels of probability of happening...such as how likely it is of happening.

I believe it is possible for human beings to levitate, but there is a low probability of anyone demonstrating it if asked.

It is possible for someone to jump 12 inches high and is highly probably that a good number of people asked to demonstrate it could do it.

Each act of "work" done for whatever is being done requires different levels of potential. If someone has trained in auto mechanics for 20 years and someone has trained in auto mechanics for 1 year...if both people are totally equal in all other things, the person who trained for 20 years has a lot more potential to be able to fix certain things on an engine than the person who trained 1 year.

I mention all other things being equal because since people do have different innate potentials, it is possible for someone to train for 1 year and have skills surpassing someone who trained 20 years if the 20 year person isn't very capable and is a slow learner...the 1 year person just may be a natural auto mechanic superstar. But the example is if they are equal...20 years of study and practice develops 20 times more potential.

Probability itself isn't really anything without potential backing it because it is the potential itself which determines probability and not probability determining potential.

If 2 people had a goal of becoming a black belt in one style of Karate and they both started at the exact same time and lets assume they are both perfect equals in all things...

Person 1 puts in 10 parts of practice per week and person 2 puts in 2 parts of practice per week.

Person 1 has 10 parts weekly
Person 2 has 2 parts weekly

They both have 1 week of TIME but the amount of work put into that time is different...person 1 has 5 times the amount of practice into the exact same time.

Just for a very very simple example, lets say it takes person 1 - 100 parts energy practice to get a black belt. 100 parts divided by 10 parts weekly means 10 weeks...that would be a superhuman to get a blackbelt in 10 weeks but this is just an example.

100 parts divided by 2 parts for person #2 seems to mean that 50 weeks would be required for person 2 to become a black belt...but it doesn't.

Parts of work does NOT equal parts of work for the fact that time must be time energy must be entered into the equation.

It may seem that person 2 would simply have to continue at the same as their doing as long as a total amount of practice equaled 100 parts practice over 50 weeks. This isn't so. It may actually take this person 75 or 100 weeks meaning they might have to do an overall twice as much work over double the time since they're dragging it on so long.

Why?

What I mean by this: "we must compress a LOT of intention and focus into a very small period of time to keep ahead of nature's attempt to dissipate it back into equilibrium"

Is that since there is so much time between each amount of practice for person #2...there is more time for entropy to wear down the skills in this person before getting to the next amount of practice...it isn't so fresh in their mind...they might have to do more refreshers to get back where they were the week before, etc...

The concept of "use it or lose it" really becomes apparent here, which is a form of entropy or a disordering of everything that was learned.

Entropy still exists for person #1 but since there is 5 times more work over the same time period compared to person #2, nature is slow and nature does work on disordering what person #1 learned but there is an overall LESS % of the total amount of skillset being entropied. It is like person #1 is compressing more into a smaller period of time. Therefore, by the next practice time, less was able to wither away.

Here is another analogy that may be even more simple.

Take a balloon and lets say it takes 20 full exhalations to fill up the balloon. Each exhalation is a certain amount of work and lets say each exhalation is 1 second apart. So that is about 20 seconds to fill the balloon.

Lets say the balloon is empty and this time there is 3 seconds between each exhalation. Does that mean it would take 60 seconds to blow it up? It might seem that way but it takes longer.

On example #1 with 1 second between each...each time the fingers are parted slightly to blow more air in...only a small bit of air escapes each time so there is smaller loss here as entropy tries to return the balloon to equilibrium with its environment (empty).

Example #2, there is 3 seconds between each blow meaning, there is more possibility for more air to escape between each blow...what can ensure that the fingers are pressed so tightly that no air can escape? Between each exhalation, more air is lost that went it compared to example #1. Therefore, it might take 70-80 seconds to fill it up to account for the extra losses because of taking more time.

This is the importance of TIME COMPRESSED ENERGY.

Please only look at the concept above with the balloons as an analogy because you might blow up #2 example in only 60 seconds if you keep the fingers pressed tightly enough but the concept should be apparent.

Time compressed energy is taking advantage of time itself to keep the potentials up...so really applying all the LOA methods wholeheartedly, etc... and just do it as it was a magnificent obsession very intently over a shorter period instead of lightly doing the same amount of overall work over a longer time.

I hope this helps.
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