Power versus Force

Power vs Force presents a collection of ideas, attitudes and notions that aim to raise your consciousness. Individuals, communities and humanity as a whole operates and exists at different levels of conciousness, levels that impact upon the way people live, the way they think, and their core motivations. Without attempting to justify the desirability of higher levels of thinking, there is a clear connection between those who are judged to be at a ‘higher’ level of consciousness, and their power and positive impact upon the world. Before proceeding, it is useful to distinguish between power and force.

Power is good. Force is bad.
Power is unseen, unsuspected and undetected; Force can be experienced though the senses. Humanity tends to be moved by Force rather than by Power, which in turn limits our growth. From time to time, we can experience a sense of joy, relief and awe indicating a leap in consciousness and movement towards Power and away from Force.
Skilfullness leads to effortless ease and simplicity. Power, based upon carefully and precisely pulling the right levers, is elegant. To have this power reflects understanding of the laws of the Universe.
When you align yourself to your higher self, you tap into your intuition. This can be verified through kinesiology: Test strength in the presence of positive and negative stimuli. These negative stimuli can take the form of artificial sweeteners, listening to known deceipts or saying falsehoods. In turn, one’s strength when posed a binary question (one with a yes or no answer) can indicate truth, where weakness reflects falsehood. Over time, this was applied to ideologies and a scale created and calibrated.
Very simply according to Power vs Force, 1000 is pure good or pure Power or pure God, while 1 is pure evil or pure Force or pure banal humanity. Various levels arose in the observations that were collapsed into factors corresponding to levels of the perennial philosophy of humanity. These are like the electron shells of atomic physics or the attractor Fields of chaos theory. Implications can be found to apply across emotional and intellectual phenomena in sociology, psychology and spirituality.
Perhaps framing questions appropriately could help in gaining access to the wisdom of the ages. It is like each human brain is a terminal connected to a vast mainframe with perhaps limitless resources. And each of us is entitled to access by virtue of our birth and life.
We are drowning in data yet starved of wisdom.
Humanity is stuck with its problems, such as poverty, starvation and mental illness, because it cannot see beyond the apparent causes. What we see in the physical world are effects rather than causes.
Society needs visionaries of means, not dreamers of ends. We have countless examples of individuals with great ideas about how the world could be or should be, yet a dearth of those willing and able to convert their ideas into vehicles. Once we have the means, the ends will reveal themselves. Our lack of solutions and the obstacle to our development is our lack of knowledge about the nature of consciousness itself.
To raise our level of consciousness, we need to increase our buoyancy. We must become enlightened rather than trying to pull ourselves up. Facts come through effort; Truth comes effortlessly.
Attractor pattern examples: Fractals, electron shells and Nash equilibria… Patterns of stability in a dynamic environment. Within these patterns, the individua components may operate chaotically while maintaining order of the whole.
Critical points: Those points within a complex system that can yield great changes to the overall state of the system.
Causality: The structure of the Universe more often reflects an interaction between variables and their causes, rather than simplistic cause-effect relationships.
Under chaotic conditions, slight variations in initial conditions yield radically different outcomes. A slight change in course will lead to ship being many miles off course or closer to its ultimate destination over time. Likewise, slightly differing initial conditions or ongoing stimuli will lead to radically differing destinations over time.
Within the Power vs Force calibration simple patterns could be identified. Scores of below 200 could be regarded as negative or evil. Those scores above 200 could be regarded as positive or good, while those above 600 approach spiritual purity.

Testing procedure for scoring: “This item (having in mind the book or idea or motivation) is over .” Test with both partners, using the arm strength test.
Arm strength test: Two persons are required. One acts as the test subject by holding out their straight arm horizontally. The second person presses down with two fingers on the wrist of the extended arm with the command “resist”. The subject resists the downwards pressure with all their strength. To facilitate objectivity (and validity), there should be no music playing and the tester must remain objective and impersonal. This procedure can test declarative statements, with yes or no answers, though tends not to produce reliable results for questions about the future.
Results may be enhanced by first testing the question to be asked by asking, “I may ask this question”, with a weak response indicating that the subject is not ready to answer the question concerned.