Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) what is this stuff?
It’s composed of four primary elements, Nitrogen, Hydrogen, and Phosphorous and Oxygen.
Basically, ATP is the stuff that is the energy currency of the human body.
Let’s take a look at these elements, Nitrogen, Hydrogen and Oxygen…these are all found in the air.
Phosphorous….hmm…where is that found? Some mushrooms have decent amounts of Phosphorous, also honey has a little bit.
Why is this important?
Imagine your body like it is a system. It needs certain materials to make stuff. Now Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Nitrogen are all found in massive amounts in the air. So proper breathing can take care of that. But the phosphorous, that’s tricky, it’s part of outflows.
So when taking this information into account with MECE, it’s almost like everything is a sort of bio-chemical transaction. Nothing in life is free, and energy cultivation is no exception.
…Let’s backtrack a bit.
First and foremost, am I a human being?
This should be an easy question, but it isn’t.
The question reminds me of the chicken or the egg riddle. What came first? The chicken or the egg?
It’s silly I know.
But the question has value. My body is not me. The “light” or the energy that gives life to my body is not me. The real Tyler Jaggers or whomever that is…must be the hologram created by both the interference pattern ( the body / flesh / human sephirot ) and the laser system, (the light, living energy, ATP, sunlight, energy from the void).
This realization gets more obvious as energy cultivation reaches higher and deeper stages. Literally, I wake up every morning, look in the mirror while brushing my teeth…and I say something like, “Here we go” or “Sounds good to me.”
It’s not that I feel like I’m more than one person. The truth is that I feel like I’m renting my own body. I only get a few hours per day to do what I want. The rest of that time is spent on either maintaining the body, or working to secure the body. What a funny existence, no? Imagine a circular existence where the only reason for living is to keep on living. That’s one of the main points brought up in the film Equilibrium. I love that movie, but I disagree with the idea that the reason for existence for everybody…is to “feel.” I personally enjoy learning new things, and being creative. I guess that’s a more active form of feeling, it probably could be argued that creation is a form of emotional connection with codifying pattern discovery…but I guess I’m instantly repulsed by any notion of the meaning of life that isn’t devised by myself.
So is there any actual evidence that I’m learning anything from MECE. Bottom line, during my last check in during January of 2014, I was just on the tip of the iceberg for Android Programming. Now I already have a App up on the Play Store that I’m proud of.
So MECE has been without a doubt crucial in my computer programming stuff. In terms of 3D art, there has been complete leaps and bounds of growth. I send items to the 3D printer for my OEAG project on a monthly basis. This project could provide some real solutions in the future. But it is going to take years to proof and test the tech. It’s more of a lifelong project that tends to keep my 3D art skills on the up and up.
Socially, I tend to be just as solitary as I usually am. It’s not that I don’t like people, I actually love hanging out with friends and family and having fun. But when I have projects that I’d prefer to finish in my own lifetime…I constantly have this tugging feeling, that I have unfinished business in my life. I guess that’s what truly connect me to my own identity. I identify with what I do and what I create. Everything else seems to be secondary. And yet the funny part is that I want a family of my own. The only way to do this I think is to become mega-successful…which requires that I complete a major project sooner than later. So it’s pretty obvious that I’m the cause of my own stress, my own problems. It’s the cognitive dissonance that keeps us alive, the struggle for more while maintaining solace.