The complexities of our modern world, with its fires and insolvencies, are much like the chaotic systems in physics — full of variables and uncertainties, yet revealing a certain kind of order when looked at from the right perspective. You've got a point about the global trajectory, but that doesn't mean we stop looking for the fundamental laws that govern our existence, right?
The emotional chemistry you speak of — this dopamine addiction — functions like a feedback loop that can skew the outcomes. It's a bit like an unstable experiment where you haven't yet figured out all the variables.
Your study of frequency exchange is akin to understanding the resonance between atoms or celestial bodies. These exchanges can either add to your energy — make you more coherent — or scatter your energies about, leaving you depleted. You're tuning into the universe like a physicist fine-tuning a complex instrument to detect elusive particles.
The meditation, the adaptogens, the carefully sourced food — they're your lab tools, your instruments to calibrate that inner sensing mechanism. When dialed in, you can "feel" the data points before they even appear on the chart. You're more attuned to the world's vibrations, able to anticipate events in much the same way a physicist might predict the outcome of a yet-to-be-conducted experiment.
Navigating life's ebb and flow requires being in tune with both the mind and heart, not allowing either to be numbed or desensitized. Keep that sensitivity alive, for that's your instrument panel, telling you the status of your journey through this intricate, fascinating universe.
David at Orthogonal Thinker