polar differentiation

"Luminiferous ether," he writes, "or celestial mind force, a compound interetheric element, is the substance of which everything visible is composed. It is the great sympathetic protoplastic element; life itself. Consequently, our physical organisms are composed of this element. This focalizing, or controlling media, of the physical, has its seat in the cerebral convolutions; from which sympathetic radiation emanates. This sympathetic outreach is mind flow proper, or will force; sympathetic polarization to produce action; sympathetic depolarization to neutralize it. Polar and depolar differentiation, resulting in motion. The true protoplastic element sympathetically permeates all forms and conditions of matter; having, for its attendants, gravity, electricity, and magnetism; the triple conditions born in itself. In fact, it is the soul of matter; the element from which all forms of motion receive their introductory impulse." [Vibratory Physics - The Connecting Link between Mind and Matter]

See Also

attractive differentiation
differentiation of mass
Figure 13.12 - Triune Polar Stream Characteristics
Figure 13.20a - Hurricane Polarities - Polarization and Differentiation at root of Rotation
Figure 18.08 - One Still Mind of Cause before Differentiation
Figure 18.15 - From One Still Mind comes all Force and Motion by Differentiation
Figure 4.15 - From One Comes all seeming things through Refraction or Differentiation
Figure 4.15 - From One Comes all seeming things through Refraction or Differentiation - See Also
Figure 7.1 - Step 1 - Wave Vortex Crests at Maximum Polarization
infinite differentiation
Sympathetic Polar Flows
Table 15.02 - Triune Polar Streams
12 - Chart of Differentiation of Setting Chords on Vibratory Bar
13.27 - Differentiation
14.05 - Thirds as Differentiations
14.06 - Differentiation
16.23 - Differentiation of Magnetic Stream
17.10 - Gravitation Differentiation Cayce
6.13 - Density Differentiation

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