E = MC2
Our emotions are like our thoughts, which are in our power to change.
The mind is the control center of change and we are the embodiment of the energy that gives us life, and this energy is our life force. In the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) study, this vital force is called Qi and the way it flows in our body is influenced by our mind, and our mind is also affected by it.
Since emotion is a form of energy, we can change our energy through the way we think, and our thoughts point the way for the flow of qi. In other words, wherever the mind goes, Qi follows.
If we are negative, there will be roadblocks that block the flow of Qi and prevent us from taking action. By channeling our thoughts positively, we unlock the flow of qi so that our actions can lead to positive results. This is because our mind is the control center of Qi, and by changing our thought pattern, we break the unconscious barrier that forms our habits. Qi is transformative, and the measures we take represent such a transformation. Our actions also become our habits, which in turn drive our behavior. In the long run, our character is the result of our behavior. Every step of the transformation from our thoughts to our character makes room for our Qi during transport. On the way, we can change our emotions by changing our thoughts or our thinking.
In short, the quickest way to change our thoughts is to consciously control our minds. When we consciously control our minds, Qi follows our thoughts. In other words, the quickest way to change our emotions is to change our thoughts. This is reflected in the Einstein equation E = MC2, in which energy equals mass multiplied by the speed of light by the power of two. We also have the conscious power to change our thoughts (M) to change our emotional (E) response to a situation. The other factor "C" in the equation stands for "change".
How does this equation fit with Chinese astrology?
There is a branch of study within Chinese astrology known as The Four Pillars of Fate. It illuminates a person's character and how he shows the way to his fate. By analyzing the four pillars from a person's birth chart, which is derived from their date of birth, a master can recognize the character, ability, potential, and future of the individual. The analysis covers all aspects of life, including areas such as career, wealth, health and relationship. These are important factors that fall into the realm of fate. If you know who you really are, you can go with the flow or change the flow of energy in your favor. This is where the equation E = MC2 comes into play. Based on the four pillars of fate (Ba Zi), the energy in you is represented by the trunks and branches in the pillars and they define who you really are, both consciously and unconsciously.
We are born on a specific date that we cannot choose and we cannot choose our family. That is our fate. Our life force arises from the alignment of the stars and planets during our birth and is determined by universal energy. And with this universal energy, we can make positive changes in our lives by unlocking our minds that control our destiny. Simply put, we have the power to change for the better.
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