I'm going to say that it's gravity, the invisible attractions radiating across bodies and connecting their fields together. Indeed, gravitation is the prime cause for people falling in love! Then again, superunknown and Nikola Tesla think that the idea of gravity curving space-time is unnatural, as they say how something cannot act upon nothing, and the real nature of it is a kind of force in the aether radiating across the grids of the cosmos. So we can say that colors beyond our vision, physical and mental alike show us what it means to be man and to have a charged life force.
Well, if we were to unleash the forces of antigravity, then maybe we could alter the very laws of what can and can't fly! This would literally turn the world on its head, and in response, it would change the laws of gravitation as we know them. So, if we shift perspectives and see things beyond their superficial meanings, then it really expands the scope of our worlds. Love is the same way - it's the ultimate truth that sets us all free!
Just because I say something doesn't mean I believe its correctness to be complete, nor does it mean I understand the basic foundations of Typology. Still, to learn, we just have to keep on talking. The evidence for this is simple: when ancient societies began using advanced forms of communication, like writing, human development went skyrocketing exponentially through the roof. It's only logical then that if we continue to shine forth our presentations, no matter how fallible they may be in nature, our overall levels of reasoning and enlightenment will be better refined.
Well, let's look at love from the perspective of knowledge and reason, as described by Leonardo da Vinci and Baruch Spinoza:
“One has no right to love or hate anything if one has not acquired a thorough knowledge of its nature. Great love springs from great knowledge of the beloved object, and if you know it but little you will be able to love it only a little or not at all.” ― Leonardo da Vinci
“He alone is free who lives with free consent under the entire guidance of reason.” - Baruch Spinoza
Those with higher levels of knowledge have more pieces to integrate with as they construct their reasonings, and Spinoza was telling us how higher reasonings equate with greater liberation, as they can show the sequences and control the causes behind all things, answering the questions of "how" and "why". Add this element of freedom with what da Vinci said about more knowledge expanding our visions and in turn of what we can love. Finally, the release of limitless love allows its light as divined by our unbounded knowledge to shine forth with full and complete freedom.
I guess I can lay this out more axiomatically: Knowledge (A), Reason (B), Freedom (C), Love (D).
A ―> B ―> C | C ―> A ―> D | D ―> A ―> C
I say this because when we refuse to be satisfied, there's always a push for improvement, a drive to make things better. If the african american slaves decided that they were happy about their lives, they wouldn't have taken action to get full equality. Basically, when we aren't happy, (paradoxically) there are greater hopes for future happiness.
Okay, so the source that springs new universes with many spectrums for different laws is infinite, and when universes die, they return back to the infinite source, spring into more universes, and so forth forever...
Do you think that this potentially reflects some of the reality?
With the right amount of mental preparation anything can happen!
This idea can be explained quite simply with the anology of legos; the pieces by themselves aren't worth too much, but if you can put them all together into a construct, then they become something.
I think you're saying that events destined to happen in the future coexist with the present events leading up to them. In that sense, the future is already here, from a certain point of view.
I'm taking your side on this one; it's not that considering the various possibilities intuition can present us with is bad, but what is bad is when we act on it or assume things without question. I used to have a bigger problem with this, although I've found over time with experience that our intuitions are often off, or at least incomplete. The truth quite often actually seems to be counter-intuitive - that is, it goes against our initial expectations.
Indeed, we as individuals are shaped as so much more than what we're preprogrammed upon genesis to become.
Well, it's true that we may integrate more stuff into our personalities as we grow and experience more things, but I also think that the process by which we go about doing so may have something to do with type, among many other factors of course. Still, your point about development being an equation with multiple factors is taken.
But yes, it makes sense that different people each have their own perspectives on things - how they come to see them depends largely both on the evolution of what we're analyzing, and the stories of our own individual beings.