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Sympathetic Flows

"All the forces of nature", writes Keely, "proceed from the one governing force; the source of all life, of all energy. These sympathetic flows, or streams of force, each consists of three currents, harmonic, enharmonic and dominant; this classification governing all orders of positive and negative radiation. The sympathetic flow, called "Animal Magnetism", is the transmittive link of sympathy in the fourth, or interatomic, subdivision of matter. It is the most intricate of problems to treat philosophically; isolated as it is from all approach, by any of the prescribed rules, in "the orthodox scheme of physics". It turns upon the interchangeable subdivision of interatomic acting agency, or the force of the mind. The action of this etheric flow, in substances of all kinds, is according to the character of the molecular interferences which exist in the volume of their atomic groupings. These interferences proceed from some description of atomic chemical nature, which tend to vary the uniformity of structure in the atomic triplets of each molecule. If these groupings were absolutely uniform, there would be but one substance in nature, and all beings inhabiting this globe would be simultaneously impressed with the same feelings and actuated by the same desires; but nature has produced unlimited variety. Science, as yet, has not made so much as an introductory attempt to solve this problem of “the mind flow", but has left it with the hosts of impostors, who always beset any field that trenches on the laud of marvel." Keely, (The Connecting Link Between Mind and Matter - Keelys Progress - Part 2)

"The sympathetic flow is simply the medium through which the sympathetic outreach works. There are several varieties of sympathetic flows." [SYMPATHETIC OUTREACH - Snell2]

See Also

Brain Sympathetic Flow
Connecting Link
Etheric Elements
Mind Force
Sympathetic Flow
Sympathy
The Connecting Link Between Mind and Matter - Keelys Progress - Part 2


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