First and foremost sympathy is Love or that which connects all things to all else. In SVP, sympathy does NOT mean "feeling sorry" but is "feeling the same as" or "one with".
[see Harmony, Affinity, Attraction, Awareness, Knowing, Universal Love, Christ, Science, Truth, coupling]
"In setting the conditions of molecular sympathetic transmission by wire," writes Keely, "the same law calls for the harmonious adjustment of the thirds, to produce a nonintermittent flow of sympathy. Intermission means failure here. That differential molecular volume is required, in two different mediums of molecular density, to destroy differentiation of sympathetic flow, seems at first sight to controvert the very law established by the great Creator, which constitutes harmony - a paradoxical position which has heretofore misled physicists who have propounded and set forth most erroneous doctrines, because they have accepted the introductory conditions, discarding their sympathetic surroundings. The volume of the neutral centre of the earth is of no more magnitude than the one of a molecule: the sympathetic conditions of one can be reached in the same time as the other by its coincident chord." Keely, Law of Sympathetic Association
"Where there is no sympathy there can be no love, for love is sympathy." Vera Vita the Philosophy of Sympathy
▸ noun: a relation of affinity or harmony between people or things; whatever affects one correspondingly affects the others. [see Sympathetic Vibration]
▸ noun: In natural history, a propension of inanimate things to unite, or to act on each other. Thus we say, there is a sympathy between the lodestone? and iron. [Webster's 1828 Dictionary]
"For the sake of being popularly understood, sympathy as a force is here, in a general sense, sometimes spoken of in a kind of figurative way as a message on the telegraph wire, etc. In a more particular way it will now be scientifically explained as a force, as material as sound, light and heat. We speak of the sun's rays as if each ray were some simple element, and yet easily carry in our minds the fact that each ray is composed of light and heat; so this philosophy speaks of this ether as a mere lineal connecting-rod between the creature and Creator. If the analogy between the sun's rays and the ether be closely followed, it will be seen that wisdom, truth, and sympathy are the same thing, and travel on the ether lines exactly as light and heat do on the sun's rays." David Sinclair, Vera Vita the Philosophy of Sympathy
"There is no force in all creation more real or more powerful that the force of sympathy." David Sinclair, A New Creed the book
"Sympathy, like a human electricity, is the essence of life." David Sinclair, A New Creed the book
"The powers of electricity have not hitherto been observed, nor have the origin and importance of sympathy. The electric marvels of the present day were in electricity thousands of years ago, but there was no practical observer? to utilise them. Sympathy is as everlasting and all-powerful as electricity is. Men, in their honest research for human happiness, will put it to the test, and the new insight it will give to life will be more marvellous than the marvels of electricity." David Sinclair, A New Creed the book
"It is a law of falling bodies that they steadily increase their speed, so is it with this great power of sympathy when once it is started. Its rate of acceleration is enormous. A force that is once created can never be destroyed, and there is no force in all creation more real or more powerful than the force of sympathy. It may be stored up and hidden as energy is in fossil vegetable matter. It is a great created power, latent in the hand of the Creator, and at the command of the creature." David Sinclair, A New Creed the book
"When object A is in sympathy with object B, A is aware of what happens to B and B is aware of what happens to A. As there is an innate or natural vibratory sympathy (sympathetic vibration) between all things or objects all things and objects are aware of all that is happening, everywhere and all the time regardless of Time and Space. This property or condition has been called by many names throughout humanity's long evolution: Coupling, God, non-locality, Mind, Love, Celestial Sympathetic Radiation, Brahma, Cosmic Consciousness, etc." Dale Pond 11/21/10
Sympathy: 1. Pertaining to or produced by sympathy.
"The mutual relation between parts more or less distant, whereby a change in the one has an effect upon the other." (Blakiston's New Gould Medical Dictionary; The Blakiston Company, 1949; 1st edition)
- 1. a. A real or supposed affinity between certain things, by virtue of which they are similarly or correspondingly affected by the same influence, affect or influence one another (especially in some hidden, unseen way), or attract or tend towards each other.
- 1. b. A relation between two bodily organs or parts (or between two persons or things) such that disorder, or any condition, of the one induces a corresponding condition in the other.
- 2. Agreement, accord, Harmony, consonance, concord, agreement in qualities, likeness, conformity, correspondence.
- 3. a. Conformity of feelings, inclinations, or temperament?, which makes persons agreeable to each other; community of feelings; Harmony of disposition.
- 3. b. The quality or state of being affected by the condition of another with a feeling similar or corresponding to that of the other; the fact or capacity of entering into or sharing the feelings of another or others; fellow-feeling. Also, a feeling or frame of mind evoked by and responsive to some external influence. (source unknown) (underline added)
Sympathy (Page: 1462) Sym"pa*thy (?), n.; pl. Sympathies (#). (F. sympathie, L. sympathia, Gr. ; with + suffering, passion, fr. , , to suffer. See Syn-, and Pathos.)
- 1. Feeling corresponding to that which another feels; the quality of being affected by the affection of another, with feelings correspondent in kind, if not in degree; fellow-feeling.
- 2. An agreement of affections or inclinations, or a conformity of natural temperament?, which causes persons to be pleased, or in accord, with one another; as, there is perfect sympathy between them.
- 3. Kindness of feeling toward one who suffers; pity; commiseration; compassion.
- 4. (Physiol.) (a) The reciprocal influence exercised by the various organs or parts of the body on one another, as manifested in the transmission? of a disease by unknown means from one organ to another quite remote, or in the influence exerted by a diseased condition of one part on another part or organ, as in the vomiting produced by a tumor? of the brain. (b) That relation which exists between different persons by which one of them produces in the others a state or condition like that of himself. This is shown in the tendency to yawn which a person often feels on seeing another yawn, or the strong inclination to become hysteric experienced by many women on seeing another person suffering with hysteria?.
- 5. A tendency of inanimate things to unite, or to act on each other; as, the sympathy between the loadstone? and iron. (R.)
- 6. Similarity of function, use office, or the like. (Webster Dictionary, 1913)
8.20 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
8.27 - Law of Sympathetic Oscillation
14.18 - Law of Sympathetic Association
A New Creed
A New Creed the book
Angular Momentum coupling
Law of Sympathetic Association
Law of Sympathetic Vibration
Love in Science and Physics
Part 10 - What Sympathy Is
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