The 12 Laws that Define a Being

Law #4: Law of Giving and Receiving

Thinking = Giving out antimatter energy

Gathering information, Paying attention (not thinking) = Receiving antimatter energy

Attention is where our awareness is focused at certain point in space and time. When we direct our attention on something that’s because we want to gather information about what stroked our curiosity at that moment. Our attention is constantly shifted from outside world to the inside world of our own thoughts, and vice versa. While walking in a park for example, or reading an interesting book, listening to a song and ignoring all other distractions, we are keeping our attention focused on that specific activity. During that activity we are not thinking or analyzing the data that we are receiving from the outside world. When we focus our attention a flow of information gets loaded in that part of the brain that deals with temporary memory, also known as working memory. As explained earlier, anything that is not made of matter like information, data, feelings, skills, knowledge are products of antimatter. All non-material things made of antimatter, possess monopole magnetic field, therefore they carry energy. So, when we receive new information we are in fact receiving some antimatter energy.

After receiving new antimatter energy our brain will automatically start thinking and analyze the new information. The moment we produce new thoughts and derive new conclusions, we start giving this antimatter energy out in the form of electromagnetic field of our thoughts. So, we are in the giving energy mode when we think and we are in the receiving antimatter energy mode when we gather information by focusing our attention toward the new information.

If thinking causes us to give out antimatter energy, and receiving new information causes us to increase our antimatter energy, then we can conclude that any type of thinking, whether positive or negative thinking will cause us to lose antimatter energy. This energy is given away as our thoughts spread around us in the form of electromagnetic waves. Even though in both cases, either thinking positively or negatively, we give out energy, yet, thinking positively pays back because we will receive some of that antimatter energy back. That’s because positive thinking triggers positive emotions. Therefore, the antimatter energy that was lost during thinking is now compensated by the energy produced from positive emotions.

In the contrary, negative thinking triggers negative emotions. Negative emotions cannot compensate the energy lost due to negative thinking; in fact they will drain out our energy even more. In conclusion, when we continue to think about our problems we can do more harm to ourselves than good. If we find ourselves dwelling too much on certain issues without being able to find out a solution we must stop the thinking process. It is important to take a break from our overthinking and overanalyzing of facts. We can do this by distracting ourselves and focus our attention on activities that make us feel happy and relaxed, like hobbies or socializing with easy going friends.

This process of switching between the giving and receiving antimatter energy is done automatically, without us realizing that we are doing this. We keep switching back and forth from thinking (giving out energy) to paying attention (receiving energy), and the pattern of this switch, or its frequency, are different on different people. How often the switch occurs, it also depend on the topic we are interested too. It is impossible for a human to stay for too long in any of these modes. Switching between the giving and receiving is common for all of us.

We often hear that people fight for attention. Based on this law of antimatter then, when people fight for others’ attention this means that people want to offer some of their antimatter energy, and they want others to receive this energy when others will focus their attention on them.  I would like to use an example to illustrate how people switch from giving to receiving and vice versa, and how this switch sets the ground for all conflicts and miscommunications.  Imagine that you just came home from work and your attention is focused on finishing up some chores around the house. At this moment the phone rings interrupting you from your task. Let’s suppose a friend is calling to share something about herself of what happened to her at work today. As you start listening to your friend’s story your attention immediately shifts from the house chores to your friend’s story. While you are listening to her story you are also receiving more antimatter energy. As a result of this increased antimatter energy inside you, you will inevitably start the thinking process. As you think you will release out some of antimatter energy that you just received while listening to your friend’s story. But because your friend has not stopped talking, then even more information will come your way, and her constant talking will force you to pay attention on her. This forces you to remain in the receiving mode while in fact you would like to switch to giving energy mode. As you are forced to hear what you friends has to share you start feeling overloaded with antimatter energy and you can no longer concentrate on receiving any more information (antimatter energy).

If your friend doesn’t give you the chance to share your thoughts then your level of discomfort will increase. Due to the accumulation of extra antimatter energy you reach the point where you will feel irritated. This irritation can and will lead you to feel angry and may even raise your voice to make your friend stop talking. Once you take your turn sharing your thoughts you will feel good as you release some of that extra antimatter energy. However, when people do not give up the spotlight then others will start fighting for that attention. This matter will be discussed further when we will cover the Law of Contra-reaction.

I used the example of a friend talking over the phone instead of face-to-face to explain that arguments can happen whether the two parties are in the same room or not. Therefore, this makes us conclude that people do not fight to receive each other’s energy, since there is no exchange of energies between two people on the phone, standing at thousands of miles away from one another. The cause of arguments is not lack of energy or others who steal away our energy, but in contrary, the cause of arguments is the lack of opportunity to release our antimatter energy which is accumulated while receiving information. So people do not fight to steal each other’s energy, but they fight to steal the spotlight, which provides them the opportunity to give their energy away, while others receive this energy.

Let’s suppose now that you received an offensive e-mail from someone full of false accusations. Reading this email made you very upset, angry even. Though this person is not in the same room with you and no direct communication between you two is taking place at this moment yet this email provoked anger in you. Your attention will automatically shift from your normal tasks to thinking about what the other person wrote in that email. As a result of continuous thinking about this issue you will be in a constant giving energy mode. However, there is no one around you to blame for stealing your energy. Where does this antimatter energy that you emitted through your thinking go? Is this antimatter energy lost in space and time? Physics tells us that energy does not disappear to nothingness, instead energy constantly transforms from one type of energy to another. As a result we can say that if this negative energy, due to our negative thinking, is not picked up by other humans around you then this extra antimatter energy is probably turning inwards, towards our own physical body. When this magnetic field continues to accumulate around you, it will cause free charged particles inside your body, to concentrate in certain areas. This concentration of charged particles can easily trigger chemical reactions which can lead to production of excessive hormones or toxins in your body, and cause therefore some physical and mental damage.

In conclusion, switching from the giving mode to receiving mode, and vice versa, happens automatically. Neither time nor space plays any role in losing our own energy due to thinking. We lose energy in the same way whether we think positive or negative thoughts; however, thinking positive causes free charged particles to concentrate in certain areas of the body that can in fact trigger production of certain hormones which can cause positive emotions. These positive emotions can recharge us with more energy. Negative thinking on the other hand triggers negative emotions which then can cause us to think even more negative and continue therefore to deplete our energy even faster and cause harm to ourselves.

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