The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances; if there is any reaction, both are transformed - Carl Jung 🙌
The analogy between chemical reactions and personal relationships made by Carl Jung is simple, elegant, and contains within it profound meaning 🧙♂️ The comparison highlights the similarities between the fundamental building blocks of the universe; atoms, and the most complex beings we know of; humans🙋♂️🙋♀️ From the most basic of building blocks to the most complex of beings, Jung's incisive comparison shines a light on a topic that many people never think of; the interconnectedness of the physical universe and the universe within; human consciousness 🌩️ Taking Jung's idea further we can also reveal some more characteristics that are shared between the physical and the non-physical:
Some chemicals don't react at all, other chemicals do,
Some reactions burn uncontrollably and consume one another,
Other reactions last forever, eternally bound together by the forces of the universe,
Some chemicals steal parts of other chemicals to make themselves whole, other chemicals give parts of themselves but never take,
Some chemicals can go back to being the way they were before the reaction, others are changed forever.
Are the basic physical properties of the universe inherently linked to consciousness and the human experience or are these similarities between the physical and the non-physical merely coincidence?
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FROM WATER TO AIR
These are the magical moments of transition from water to air!We know how much you all LOVE these en-caul births (the process of when a baby is still in the amniotic sac as it emerges from the womb during a cesarean birth)!What's MEDspiring about this occurrence is that it can remind each of us that we ALL once did not need to breath air in order to survive!Thats RIGHT!When we were living inside the uterus of our mother, we received oxygen& nutrients from our mothers blood stream (an awesome super power pregnant women have: they breath & eat for two!) The reason each one of us has a belly button is because theumbilical cord we were once connected to was connected our mother's placenta inside the uterus (this placenta is what allowed for us to receive the oxygen & nutrients from momma's blood).First lesson: We were all made to break barriers!We each made a transition from water to AIR!Second Lesson: Adequate amniotic fluid volume is essential in preserving fetal life & is maintained by a balance of fetal fluid production (lung liquid& urine) & resorption (swallowing & intramembranous flow).When in the womb, the fetus must maintain a balance between swallowing amniotic fluid, having it flow through it's newly developing gastro-intestinal system & through the kidneys where it can urinate into the amniotic sac!This function assures proper maturation of the fetal CNS & organ systems (including the lungs).If something alters this cycle, such as an obstruction or agenesis of the fetal kidneys (resulting in an inability to excrete urine), then the amniotic fluid volume dramatically decreases (oligohydramnios).In other cases, fetal malformations (eg, esophageal/ duodenal atresia & anencephaly) can result in the inability to swallow amniotic fluid, causing an excess of fluid (polyhydramnios) is incredible to ponder how life is in constant geometric balance even before we take ourfirst breath on this planet!How cool is that?Happy Friday ladies & gentlemen.
Written by: @medspired 01/04/2019 All Rights Reserved
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Tibetan singing bowl. 🔥
The water-filled bowls, when rubbed with a leather-wrapped mallet, exhibit a lively dance of water droplets as they emit a haunting sound.
At the heart of the phenomenon are what are known as Faraday waves, which arise when a fluid such as water vibrates, constrained by a closed boundary such as the edge of a singing bowl.
As the frequency of the rubbing reaches that at which the bowl naturally vibrates, the bowl's edge begins rhythmically to change shape, from one slightly oval shape into another.
The energy of this shape-shifting partly transfers to the water, in which a range of interesting patterns can arise as the intensity of the rubbing increases.
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