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reaction

a process in which a chemical change happens
a physical force that is caused by an opposite physical force, usually producing a form of energy
strong opposition to any emotional, psychological, social or political change

Keely
"The ethereal atmosphere has the tendency to become confluent or spherical, and the material nuclei, being individualized, seek juxtaposition, thereby constituting molecules. The forms of these molecules must be as symmetrical as the reaction of the constituent particles may allow." [Snell Manuscript - The Book, page 2]


Russell
"Actions are the basis of radiation. Reactions are the basis of gravitation." [The Secret of Light, page 230]

"The universe of matter is a registration of the energy expended by Mind in the effort of thinking. The exact energy of the action of thinking is registered in the electro-positive charging systems, and the reaction of the action is registered in the electro-negative discharging systems." [Figure 12.11 - Russells Locked Potential Full Ten Octave Gamut]

"These two opposing actions and reactions constitute the electro-magnetic oscillations, or compression-expansion sequences, which are present in every mass and which constitute the mechanistic or life principle of the universe. These sequences have a periodicity of preponderances which are first preponderantly generative and then preponderantly degenerative, which we know of as the phenomena of growth." [Russell to NYT - 1930 November 2]


R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz
"Becoming, or formation of substance into matter, is the mystery of reflection, that is, the phenomenon which is re-action. Neither action nor its reflector (the passive element of its nature) is a phenomenon. It is the reaction which is the effect of duality, and thus relative appearance." [R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, Esoterism and Symbol, page 8]

See Also


action and reaction sequence
Birth
conception
Figure 2.17 - Cosmic Germination

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