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Value Shift (Part 2): Consciousness and Energy

Who am I in this vast realm of existence?

Amidst pain, seeking forgetfulness in bustling places.

Chasing success amidst life’s turbulent waves.

But I’ve forgotten, the consciousness resides within me.

In my previous writings, I shared about the changes in my worldview and life experiences from the beginning of the year until now. Truly, up until this moment, I find myself still drifting in the ambiguous experiences of spirituality and consciousness. The newfound beliefs and religions are like streams leading me to the realm of life, love, and compassion. Along this journey, I’ve encountered many significant connections with people whom I am immensely grateful for. What they have shown me is not merely knowledge I learned in school or lessons from life, but rather, they have opened my heart to learn from within myself. And from there, I have expanded my perspective. Seeing myself differently, seeing life differently, and viewing work, career, and service with a fresh perspective.

Surely, you have not forgotten from my previous writings that I spoke about the understanding that humans are individual entities, while organizations are collective entities, and sustainable value transformation needs to be activated by deep-seated pains within each entity. In this follow-up epilogue, I would like to present my personal insights into the origins and paths of these thoughts, and as always, I encourage everyone to receive information with a skeptical mindset for these interpretations.

First and foremost, I find a common thread in the most prevalent belief systems. For instance, certain practices in Christianity always teach the disciples to abandon themselves, to receive God because He is everything, to let Him dwell within and make all things possible. In Buddhism, individuals are encouraged to practice renunciation, to let go of the self, and merge into nirvana to attain eternal happiness. After a period of prayer and meditation practice, I have an unwavering faith in these teachings. For when a human truly unites with the Supreme Being, He becomes everything and abundant fulfillment is realized.

In addition to that, Buddhism also offers profound insights into the existence of the seven realms of existence, coexisting yet separate but inseparable. In these realms, each realm is a form of wave-like particle with different sizes and frequencies of vibrational oscillation, and we as individual beings exist in the lowest realm—the realm of materiality—can only perceive it in a crude manner through our five senses.

Secondly, in the interpretations of the language of consciousness or inner consciousness, the external world is merely a reflection—a materialization—of the inner world within us. Superficial changes in actions are only efforts to go around finding a solution without truly resolving the problem. The first thing humans need to do is to change the vibrational electromagnetic state into a positive energy state, with a high frequency of vibrational oscillation, setting intentions for what they desire, and then everything will proceed naturally as it should.

Thirdly, I found the final link in science. Isaac Newton, the great classical physicist, was also a believer in God. His efforts in science were not to deny but to prove the existence of the Creator. He laid the foundation for the Theory of Absolute in science. Following him, 400 years later, Albert Einstein, a Jewish physicist, another great contemporary physicist, demonstrated the conversion between matter and energy through the iconic equation E=mc². Albert Einstein also laid the foundation for the Theory of Relativity in modern physics.

Therefore, we can see here the similarities between explanations of the universe through energy, the existence of the Creator in religion, and science. The absolute and

the relative are two aspects of the same issue, and religion has spoken about these things long before science, for thousands of years.

Werner Heisenberg, the father of quantum physics, also had a famous saying: “The first gulp from the glass of natural sciences will turn you into an atheist, but at the bottom of the glass, God is waiting for you.”

Fourthly, I found this explanation in society. I will keep this part brief because we are already familiar with the miraculous results brought about by beliefs such as the Law of Attraction or the placebo effect in medicine. You can search for more information on these topics on Google as they are quite common.

So what am I trying to prove here? I hope that by reading this far, whether you are an atheist or a believer, these ideas leave you with some thoughts and motivation to seek answers for yourself. Let’s temporarily assume that these things are somewhat true, and let’s return to the issue of energy, consciousness, and their practical application in business management together.

Therefore, in collective management, or more precisely, in leading these multiple conscious entities, where should a business owner start? My answer is to start with managing energy.

Energy is the core, and consciousness is the container. A state of positive electromagnetic vibration with a high frequency is the source of all desired outcomes, and actions are merely products of the mind. Correct energy, correct consciousness, correct intention, correct action, and only then can real change be achieved. However, the specific explanation for this process is quite lengthy, and I cannot continue to guide it in the content of a single article. If fate allows, I promise to delve into it further in a future piece.


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