March/April 2010 This I Believe
An Equation for Intention
by Sean Topping
The advancement of science can be viewed as increments of collective human enlightenment. The foundation for many advancements of our modern world was established in the late 1600s by Sir Isaac Newton. Newton developed the laws of motion, thermodynamics and calculus.
For over two centuries, the development of scientific thought gave rise to an increasing sense of mechanization in the universe – the notion that all things could be measured, predicted and ultimately known. It seemed that there was less and less room for spirituality and God. However, at the beginning of the 20th century, two major expansions occurred: relativity and quantum physics. For the last hundred years, the realization that time and space are not constant coupled with that of the seemingly bizarre behavior of atomic and sub-atomic particles has given pause to many physicists.
A shift is happening now with a merging of consciousness and physics: their substances are similar. Consider the fact that our perception is made up of space and time. Now consider the second Newtonian law:
Force = mass * acceleration
Written in a new way:
Force = mass (space) * acceleration (time)
Then the equation of the fundamental element of the universe can be thought of as an equation for intention, where:
Intention = consciousness (perspective, internal) * force (objective, external)
Energy particle experiments will soon reveal that the sub-quarkic units are truly inseparable from consciousness, unveiling the fundamental particle in the universe: intention.
Intention is the unifying factor between science and spirituality and thus the next stage of our evolutionary consciousness.
— Sean Topping, Past Life Regression Facilitator