Love includes analysis and design
Love has many faces. Love is not just about romance, marriage, honesty and according to the dictionary, affectionate relationships. That is only 5% of the picture.
The bottom line is that love is mostly about creativity, that involves art and technology. Romance only inspires creativity, so romance is not always needed for creative pursuits. All you need is the voice of your soul.
Money is responsible for blurring the other 95% of the picture of love, which is mostly about knowledge and functionality of technology. Serial 13 of the Magic of Numbers has outlined in detail the nature of money. True knowledge, not money is needed for creativity.
Scientifically speaking, love is constructive interference, which is based on U-set knowledge. Failing to comply with natural cycles is destructive interference, which are N-sets. Money is an N-set because it induces compartmentalized thinking.
Mainstream scientists and some lightworkers don’t have a very clear picture of love. Mainstream scientists also think that true intellectuality is separate from love. Lightworkers and mainstream scientists alike think affection and relationships are far apart from useful intellectuality. This compartmentalized thinking has prevented both groups from grasping the other 95% of the picture of love.
One part of the big picture involves analyzing, evaluating and synthesizing knowledge, as explained in my book about analytical skills. The other part is about the design process of tools and technology, which involves creativity.
We will also discuss via the engineering design process how N-sets such as the concept of money, politically correct dogma and other systems of authority has semantically compromised the meaning of love.
Those systems make creative design more difficult. They add unnecessary steps to the train of thought, thus acting like middle-persons. They tend to stifle innovation as well, designing without considering money into the design seems unthinkable today. This is restricting your thinking in a box.
More than just romance and affection
Love does not just end in romance between couples, the love songs and movies that inspire you bond together, or having the discussions about financial management. Much of the love portrayed by the mainstream entertainment stimulates only lower three chakras. The money system again is responsible for much of the blockages.
Love does not just end there. The big picture about love involves creating your art or designing the next big thing. It is also about getting your intellectuality to work with the help of your soul. It is also about using the higher four chakras in addition to the lower three. Creativity comes from the higher chakras. Relationships can work even better when you use romance to inspire creativity.
For example, if you have ideas that suggest the financial system is obsolete, couples or a group of friends can design strategies for self sufficient living.
Love is also about performing to the best of your ability and inspiring others to perform the best of their ability as well. This means sticking to your principles with integrity where you have the courage to stand up for yourself. This tend to show the true colors (acid test) of people and you may have to let go of relationships that don’t work.
Love and analytical skills
Love is listening without shooting the messenger, but curiously reflecting on the message given. This stimulates analyzing and evaluating your past knowledge. It is also about the pursuit of integrating knowledge.
It is also about looking at the numerous dynamic interactions that take place in the natural environment and social environment. Relationships are the basic building block of social environments. We all know relationships work best within like minded people, and not people who only like to bring you down due to their envy.
To love yourself is to consider learning at your own pace and not to give in to neurosis, this means critically analyzing your preconceived notions while learning something new.
Since love is about interconnectedness, some obsolete concepts (N-sets) such as “survival of the fittest” and the money system have to be removed. They have to be replaced with much more functional concepts (U-sets) like tuning in to natural cycles.
This is how knowledge synthesis works: you break a field of knowledge into its component parts, then you reconnect those components with new knowledge from your higher self and clean up any blunders, thus improving or expanding knowledge. Analyze means to break down while to synthesize means assemble. Design is synthesis or creation.
The practical side of love is about letting go of quick fixes or bells and whistles and blanket statements that fail to show know deep your line of argument is. The one-liners that some lightworkers often quote are often used superficially and have become blanket statements or clichés. Those statements are meaningful, but since they are overused, they tend to lose their ultimate meaning.
Pseudo-skeptics also have their own brand of blanket statements or clichés as well: burden of proof and Occam’s razor. This keeps their thinking inside the box and integrating fields of knowledge.
They are used often at the cost of grasping the big picture, and using analytical and evaluation skills. Examples of common blanket statements used by lightworkers that can impede zooming in (microcosm) and out (macrocosm) of the big picture: “Love and Light”, “All-Is-one”, and “Ultimately there is no duality”.
Love and the engineering design process
From an engineering perspective, love is also practicality, planning and setting strategies, paying attention to the safety of the device you are designing. It also applies to software design. This means love is an important part of the design process because you need love to express your creativity. There is a strong emotion motivating you to create and design.
Designing something properly is dependent on the quality of your knowledge, and how much experience you have. Due to its iterative (enhancements and refinements) nature, design is also dependent on how good your skills in applying knowledge, analysis and evaluation needed to create or design something. Compartmentalized thinking stifles innovation, so it is a habit not suitable for the design process.
But there is not much genuine love put into the technology being developed today, because it is profit-motivated. Most designs are based on N-sets such as competition, reaping as much profits as possible and gaining as much market share as possible, as exemplified in the technology companies. The bureaucracy and its draconian laws based on dogma are stifling true innovation as well.
This is the problem of consumerism today, which does not always take into account social welfare and ethics. The wasteful part of consumerism is that is often focused on trends, where the technology or product design has planned obsolescence. Trends are based on superficial stuff like how good you look, how much of the latest stuff want. The detailed problems of consumerism is beyond the scope of this essay.
Sustainable design is ultimately about love
The problems of consumerism can be resolved by sustainable design, which involves long useful life, easily recyclable materials, user friendly and environmentally friendly design. Design is synthesis. Synthesis comes after analyzing. Ultimately any design should have an epistemological foundation for any design to to work best.
But the elimination of money and also whether a piece of technology is truly needed, is not considered in the sustainable design process today. This created cognitive deadlock in sustainable design. Sustainable design is about taking natural cycles into account.
Sustainable design process should not just consider the product being invented, but also whether the product is really truly needed. For example, if the best drink available is simply plain water, not canned processed fruit juices full of sugar, are aluminum can crushers really needed? The fruit is best eaten with its fiber, freshly peeled by your hand.
This means we can expand the meaning of sustainable design: It is about deciding which technology to make obsolete, when it comes to improving health or reducing waste. It also about eliminating or reducing the presence of technology that hinders introspection. Sustainable design now has a lifestyle aspect, not just a tool aspect. Habits are a key aspect of lifestyle design, because we cannot use tools without habits and an underlying Weltanschauung.
The most infamous example is the television and the cinemas in our current social environment. But you can say that it is not the device that matters, it is the content being shown on them. If more people practice introspection than listening to news, there may not be much demand for televisions or phones with superfluous technology.
This is how the social environment creates demand: ”I feel should have this smartphone so that I will look fashionable to my friends”. Feeling insecure can cause demand. Introspection can reduce unnecessary demand, as exemplified in thoughts like this: “I don’t need an additional device to maintain and one that will sit unused in the table, I am already content with what I have and gadgets don’t define my identity.”