Sympathetic Mental Resonance

Sympathetic Mental Resonance

Definition of sympathy

  1. a: an affinity, association, or relationship between persons or things wherein whatever affects one similarly affects the other

b:  mutual or parallel susceptibility or a condition brought about by it

c:  unity or harmony in action or effect – every part is in complete sympathy with the scheme as a whole — Edwin Benson

  1. a: inclination to think or feel alike : emotional or intellectual accord – in sympathy with their goals

b:  feeling of loyalty :  tendency to favor or support – republican sympathies

  1. a: the act or capacity of entering into or sharing the feelings or interests of another

b:  the feeling or mental state brought about by such sensitivity – have sympathy for the poor

4.:  the correlation existing between bodies capable of communicating their vibrational energy to one another through some medium

Sympathy is affected by duality.

Duality: Positive or Negative Consciousness. At any one moment in life a person is situated in a state of consciousness and thoughts that are either more positive or more negative.

Sympathetic resonance or sympathetic vibration is a harmonic phenomenon wherein a formerly passive string or vibratory body responds to external vibrations to which it has a harmonic likeness. The classic example is demonstrated with two similar tuning-forks of which one is mounted on a wooden box.

For a Sympathetic Mental Resonance to occur your consciousness must be attuned to what would cause the resonance. Your consciousness is a vibratory body.

Sympathy is a good name for a good state of positive consciousness. Positive Sympathetic Mental Resonance is a good thing and is not a problem in our lives. It leads to a deep sense of interconnectedness with the world around us. This means you are tuned into positive consciousness.

Sympathy is a good name for a bad state of negative consciousness. Negative Sympathetic Mental Resonance is a bad thing and is a problem in our lives. It leads to a deep sense of separateness from the world around us. This means you are tuned into negative consciousness.

Autonomic nervous system: A part of the nervous system that regulates key involuntary functions of the body, including the activity of the heart muscle; the smooth muscles, including the muscles of the intestinal tract; and the glands. The autonomic nervous system has two divisions: the sympathetic nervous system, which accelerates the heart rate, constricts blood vessels, and raises blood pressure, and the parasympathetic nervous system, which slows the heart rate, increases intestinal and gland activity, and relaxes sphincter muscles.

The sympathetic nervous system involuntarily responds to a bad state of negative consciousness. This prepares us for win-lose fight or flight with the world around us.

The parasympathetic nervous system involuntarily responds to a good state of positive consciousness. This prepares us for win-win cooperation with the world around us.

Negative Sympathetic Mental Resonance means that negative things that happen around you may make your consciousness involuntarily match those negative things. Involuntary is the keyword here. This is an automatic reaction that is programmed into your subconscious mind. You may have programmed it or your culture may have programmed it.

To give you a mind picture it is like coming upon someone who is suffering from deep worry about something; to involuntarily suffer with them would be a negative sympathetic response.

This sets you up to be a victim of emotional vampires:

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The most important thing is to give your attention to conscious awareness. Actively listen to people; don’t be working a rebuttal but check to see if you are being sucked into a vortex of negativity. Are you relaxed or up tight? Is your breathing relaxed and normal? Are you present or are you fading off to Never-Never-land? This is very important; you need to be in conscious control of the moment or you will be involuntarily sucked dry of your emotional energy.

Misery loves company

You have heard the saying “misery loves company”. If you talk to me about your “misery” I want to know that you are working on it; I do not want to keep your “misery” company. If the same “misery” story-line keeps coming up regularly, with no progress to lessen the “misery”, then I no longer want to be a part of this.