What is emotion?

E-motion is energy in motion at a particular rate and frequency of vibration. The word ‘emotion’ means to go out from, to flow forth. There can be no motion without energy. Energy and spirit can be used to refer to the same thing.

The religious view of emotions being spiritual in nature stands correct as emotions exist as forms of electrical energy that condition the material universe and man likewise. This fact can be verified through illumination and the scientific works of Walter Russell.

Emotions condition us electrically with an ionic charge and research has shown that exposure to high concentrations of positive ions raises the levels of serotonin in the blood, while negative ions have the opposite effect on serotonin levels.

The modern view of emotion as a biological chemical reaction is incorrect as the chemical cascade caused by emotion is an effect of the electrical energies of emotion upon our physical constitution.
Emotions and their chemical signatures cause us to think, feel, act and perceive our environment in a very particular way. When we are under the influence of emotion, we are forever moved by the polarised forces within us until enlightenment is achieved.

There are eight basic emotions and one fulcrum which we call rest. These nine altered states of consciousness can be paired into four pairs of opposites and a fulcrum. This division of opposites can then be further divided into positive and negative emotions in the classical sense as follows; –

• Fear & Excitement
• Anger & Desire
• Pain & Love
• Sadness & Happiness

Rest is the still point of potential from which all emotions arise and return to. Rest is the alpha and omega.

In Russellian science, the still point is defined as; –

‘The foundation of the spiritual universe is stillness, the balanced stillness of the One magnetic Light of God.

Balanced stillness is the Positive Principle of stability and unity. In it there are no negations.

The foundation of the physical universe is motion; the ever-changing motion arising out of pairs of unbalanced conditions which must forever move to seek the balanced stillness of unity from which they sprang as multiple pairs of units.

Unbalanced motion is the Negative Principle of instability, multiplicity and separateness which is this physical universe of electric octave waves of opposed lights.

In the Negative Principle there is no positive. It is composed entirely of pairs of negations which are forever voiding each other, cancelling each other’s action and reaction, thus negating each other by never allowing either one to exceed its fixed zero of universal stillness’.

In Russellian physics what we call motion can be applied to the psycho-logical phenomena of emotion, for it is the same laws that govern both. The motion of energy that conditions the universe externally also conditions us internally and as a result, we think that we are what we feel in terms of emotion.

It is from the mental impressions of the electric sensed universe that we begin to form a mental representation of who we are based on our sensed and societal conditioning. This sense of self and idea of who we are is what is known as the ‘Ego’. The E-go is the false sense of self that commands us into motion. ‘E’ denotes energy and ‘go’ is the verb conveying action, it is the mode of the mind that is moved by e-motion. Like the sensed universe of motion, the ego is illusory.

What we deem as positive and negative emotions in the classical sense are both negations which result in a sense of separation and incompleteness. The pairs of emotional opposites are of the same whole, but we view and experience them differently as we can only experience one half of the equation at one time.

Each pairing of emotions becomes the invert and reverse of the other. Love, for example, is the positive invert to that of pain, while pain is the negative invert to that of love. Love creates, expands and integrates, while pain destroys, collapses and separates. These opposing forces are of a greater whole that are interconnected and give rise to one another in turn. They are the yin and the yang as described in Chinese philosophy.

Rest is the fulcrum from which all emotions spring. Rest in psychological terms is referred to as ‘Homeostasis’, a steady state of balance and equilibrium.

When stress increases it becomes either fear or excitement, or anger or desire depending on how we perceive and appraise the event or situation. The fact that we appraise these emotions, that is view them subjectively relative to prior conditioning releases further chemicals in the brain altering that feeling so in essence the appraisal becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Sensations elicit a chemical reaction within us which in turn alters our perception of reality and our perception of reality elicits a chemical reaction within which in turn alters the sensations that we experience.

Although emotions are energy, because we inhabit biochemical machines, these emotions elicit specific chemical reactions within the human body and can be identified by certain chemical signatures when studying such phenomena. Emotion and sensation can be subjectively increased or decreased by altering our chemistry. Pain for example, whether it be sensed or emotional is a subjective experience that is regulated by our neurochemistry which in turn alters our perception of pain. Both types of pain can be managed using psychoactive substances or by cultural norms. Some Eastern cultures self-regulate pain via their appraisal of it without the use of exogenous drugs.

Emotions induce a particular chemistry upon the psyche which in turn colours our perception and appraisal of a situation. When we are under the influence of emotion and its overriding objective, we don’t see the world as it is, we see the world as we are. A deficiency or surplus of neurochemicals causes us to seek emotional and sensed pleasures to readdress the internal chemical imbalance and return to homeostasis.

Emotions cause us to seek sensual pleasures as a means of self-medicating. On a chemical level we seek that which we are lacking while on the energetic or soul level we seek unity with that which we have expelled through the act of sex.

When we polarise the soul, we bring into being polarised emotion. We bring into being an unbalanced biochemistry that seeks equilibrium. This self-created disharmony sets the body against itself, the mind against itself and the soul against itself. This internal discord is our fall from grace and Eden.

Each emotion comes with its own polarity, belief system, overruling objective, physiological effect and chemical signature as emotions are modes of perception that utilize different faculties of the mind, body and spirit. These modes of being make us think, feel and perceive the world in a very specific manner.

The modes of emotion include cognitive appraisal or perception, expressive behaviour, physiological arousal and subjective experience. These emotional modes are states of mind that make us think in a particular way that is beneficial to the social group that we have identified with and are part of.

In essence, we become a social animal when under the influence of emotion and it is from our lower emotional animal nature that we have come to think of ourselves as social animals that have evolved over time.

The animal kingdom is governed and moved predominantly by their emotional and sensed nature. Emotions were never meant to be our primary guidance mechanism as we have the faculties of the higher mind such as insight, intellect, intuition and inspiration.

Religion has long warned us about the dangers and pitfalls of carnal emotion in which Christianity terms ‘Sin’. Within the teachings of Christianity, the seven deadly sins are all emotions and some refer to them as devils and spirits which Jesus cast out of the sick. In Buddhism, the three poisons are the effects of emotion (aversion & attachment) and their impact upon the mind (ignorance).

The effects of emotion come in and out of existence in accordance to the sine wave. The origin of the word ‘sin’ comes from the word ‘sine’ which means ‘to miss the mark’ and sine is the wave function of this dualistic sensed universe of motion.

The Way of Emotion – A Path to Liberation by Chris T

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