I began the second rewrite of my book since I have a better way of organizing it. I’m still debating whether or not to make this book simple and to the point, making it more of an art book with text, or a book that is basically a research paper that’s been published. Many of the books are of this format, taking a concept/thesis and then expanding it and backing it up with research. Unfortunately, a lot of the time the information gets recycled and is written about in different ways. I just finished Tuning the Diamonds: Electromagnetism and Spiritual Evolution by Susan Rennison and it was very similar to David Wilcock’s The Source Field Investigations. Although I suppose the point is that I learned something new from both books. Anyway, I’m leaning towards the art book model because the book is about design principles being applied to the universe; macrocosmically.
While researching this past week, I wondered if the esoteric tradition had anything like principles or laws about the cosmos that they followed. Sure enough, the Hermetic tradition has 7 so-called Cosmic laws, and amazingly so they mirror or match the seven design principles I’m working off of! SO I have rewrote my book to be outlined via these laws/principles and I am going to find the research that backs up these laws and put them into these laws/categories. I think that’s the best way to go about this book, since its so complicated in its’ nature. How do you make a model of the universe easy to read and comprehend to those who can’t see inside your brain?
Below is what I have summarized about these laws in my book’s intro:
According to the esoteric Hermetic tradition there are seven cosmic laws. Eerily they mirror or equal the seven design principles that I have applied macrocosmically. These seven cosmic laws are; the principle of SPIRIT (space), the principle of Cause and Effect = Karma (balance); the principle of correspondence or analogy (contrast); the principle of resonance or attraction (emphasis); the principle of Harmony and balance (harmony and proportions); the principle of rhythm or vibration (movement); the principle of Polarity and Sexuality (unity).
I got so very excited!