The 12 Laws that Define a Being

Law #3: Law of Resistance

We learn through pain!

All things change, because change is the dynamic of life, and it is the effect of destiny. As a result of destiny the knowledge that we pass on from one generation to another is increasing and as the knowledge increases our awareness in regards to our reality is increasing too. Higher levels of awareness indicate higher levels of antimatter energy. This change of antimatter energy must cause a change in the matter energy as they aim to keep the balance of energies in the right proportions. But, since matter is inert while antimatter is always moving and causing change, then humans, created as a combination of matter and antimatter, will resist first any change of ideas that is offered. It is the change in knowledge that creates the momentum, but the matter will resist this change. This resistance to new knowledge is manifested as our ability to reason, question, doubt, and resist any new information before accepting it.

When we question the truthfulness of any information we show resistance, and this resistance occurs naturally. New knowledge always challenges our previous knowledge or beliefs we were holding onto. In physics the Law of Resistance is known as the law of Ohm. Ohm’s law states that intensity (I) of an electrical current that flows through any material is in direct proportion with the difference of voltage (V) and in the inverse relation with the resistance (R) of the material. Ohm’s Law is expressed with the formula:      I = V / R  .

In other words the higher the difference of voltages the higher the intensity of the electrical current. On the other hand the higher the resistance of material the smaller the intensity of the electrical current that passes through that material.  We can use the same formula to explain our resistance to change our behavior or accepting new discoveries and new theories in any area of life. We can say that the difference between old knowledge and new knowledge is the same as the difference of voltages V of an electrical current at the ends of the electrical wire. Our resistance toward accepting the new knowledge or ideas, our doubts and analysis we conduct before we validate the new knowledge is like the resistance of the material that the electrical current goes through, expressed by letter R. And lastly, the intensity, the pace at which this change of knowledge occurs in our brain, is the same as the intensity I of the electrical current inside the electrical wires.

Just like the electrons are forced to move all in the same direction inside wires because of the change in voltage that is applied at opposite ends of the wire, in the same way we humans move toward higher knowledge and awareness in a predetermined course of actions. We also know from Ohm’s law that the higher the resistance the hotter the material will become. For analogy, we can say that when resistance of accepting new knowledge is very high then the results of this resistance can be expected to manifest as hot discussions about the validity of the new knowledge. In contrary, when resistance of accepting new knowledge is very little, then discussions will not turn into hot debates and disagreement.

To distinguish between truthful information and incorrect ones, some resistance is in fact necessary. Nevertheless, the longer we resist accepting the correct new knowledge, the more painful our resistance will become. Conflicts and disagreements between the opposite parties will increase.

The good news is that once the new knowledge or theory is accepted then this knowledge becomes part of our level four antimatter (our souls). The total energy of our antimatter attached to our physical bodies individually will also increase to maintain the balance of energies. This increased energy level of antimatter will be manifested in our new ways of thinking and understanding, and will demonstrate through our actions and our behavior.

Throughout human history, new discoveries and new knowledge, no matter how pleasurable or how beneficial they later proved to be, at first they were denied. Accepting new discoveries was a painful process. Often, the pain for resisting the new knowledge is demonstrated like anger. This anger may cause us to dismiss the new knowledge at first hand. Pain due to resistance can also manifest in the form of guilt or embarrassment, which again forces individuals to resist accepting new facts. However, a certain period of resisting the new knowledge is needed in order to create the imprints for the new understanding. Yet, we cannot let our resistance get out of control and then become a destructive force. If we would allow this to happen then we will be going against the first and second law of antimatter.  

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