Program Egregorial passionate harmonization

Program Egregorial passionate harmonization

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Software package for meditative States


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The program works with outside entities on the principle of harmonization (alignment) of saturation. In the beginning of the period it is an important program, the essence of which can be described as "change the format of the operating space." The egregore is essentially formed by the mass of people, the General vector of their energy interactions. How a person puts themselves in relation to this vector, determines what will be his this weight.

In our space, there are several ways of operating one or more corners of the interaction of this vector from vertical (the eternal struggle) to horizontal (drift). Therefore his original nature, man may have a high level of software saturation (the so-called "passionaries") and low energy (so-called "oppressed").

The extremes of both the first and second type are the weak points of interaction with the surrounding world, as expressing the system imbalance with external actors (egregors). The first are characterized by high social activity and seek to alter the external structure by itself, the second usually feel in a social environment awkward and uncomfortable. Such metabolic of the microcosm with the macrocosm are common due to the prevalence of certain virtual programs, and such energy the human condition in the modern world has become normal and even promoted.

The program aligns the level of software saturation based on the desired (required) operator position for forming the required interactions (external structural relations) for maximum resonance with the space. The program is tiered, its work can be monitored in the PI operator on the energy level (the structuring of the outer sphere), on the psycho-emotional level, the creative sector etc.

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