I think of Karma as a type of social-energy, with negative and positive effects, and, as most energies individual particles are negatively charged, we will consider those that move to be negative.
A good metaphor is electricity, and people being electrically charged, which links to that last paragraph.
So, we take the first person, say, me, for example.
We then have a second person, you.
And finally a third, she (or he), it really doesn’t matter.
What matters is that you take each person to be naturally positive by core principal and then consider them to be either encircled or entwined with negative particles.
Say, then, that i then hold open a door for her. This would give her more positive energy, but because we are taking positive as the core, in keeping with more conventional physics, then it is actually a negative particle that i take from her.
If we keep things at least slightly simplified, and set all three of us to 3 negative particles each at the beginning of observation, then:
- I now have 4 (meaning -4 charge).
- She has 2 (or -2 charge).
- You still have 3 (still -3).
If we also take the core value (or charge) as being 3 (positive, remember) then the overall charges stand thus:
- I am at -1 (a little worse for wear).
- She is at +1 (a little happier).
- You remain neutral (having not been involved).
So, as we know the negative particles are free to move, having jumped from one person, or core, to another, we can also assume that they will exist unbound, or free floating.
These unbound particles will be attracted to any positively charged core, e.g. her. There may also come times when very negatively charged people may just expel negative particles, indicating where unbound particles may have originated.
Also, any negatively charges person simply in close vicinity to a positively charged person may experience a pull, that natural liking towards happier people. Inversely, the positively charged person may feel a push from the negative, possibly because of the natural aversion to these negative particles, despite the pull at a particulate level.
This brings many arguments into the situation, as well as questions:
- Is there more positive or negative karma in the world?
Physics dictates it should be equal. Should.
- Why do particles “jump”, apart from simple vicinity and charge (known as potential difference)?
This could simply be pushing force, like a battery, a positive emotion towards me causes one of her negative particles to follow and latch.
I’m going to add more later, bye.x