In part 1 I have explained some basic concepts of radionics and now in this post it’s all about the design.
Design is structure, simple as that. Your thoughts can be very volatile, like a essential oil, like peppermint oil. In order to bound it you need to use a loop inside a loop and connections to other loops, in other word you need fractal patterns, self-similarity. This can be achieved with structure.
For example a circle in a square builds up tension, because a circle and a square are opposed in their meaning. The circle is the loop, the endless, the soft and the square is the concrete, the limiting factor. This design has a effect on the operators mind which aids to the focus and intent. It’s also a way to communicate something on a energetic way, nonlocal.
This design can be used for the witness as also for the trend plate.
And now observe this image and try to feel what it means:
It’s not difficult to understand, right?!
You know that design is not only a mental thing. It has profound effects till down to the material world.
From Wikipedia: A rectifier is an electrical device that converts alternating current (AC), which periodically reverses direction, to direct current (DC), which flows in only one direction.
And this is achieved only by “design”. A diode is also a design, a special structure, a resistor, a capacitor, a coil, a switch and so on, etc etc …
Naturally if you address your intention on the subtle energetic level where illness has it’s roots, then you will not need to work on a physical level. Your design should concentrate to build up tension on the subtle level. Therefore you need to be aware that you don’t really need a device which creates a physical effect. The entire design is for you and for you only.
If you study the basics of physics, chemistry and electronics, and yes biology too, then you will understand that design is necessary for physical life. It serves a purpose. It has a meaning.
Radionics is used to balance what is imbalanced. If you want to balance something, first analyze where the imbalance is and how it can be correct again. When designing your device, thing first, plan, make your research. What do you need and what is superfluous. There are radionics devices which are beautiful and still a perfect example of simplicity.
So where to begin? I’m sure that you dear reader already know a lot, because else you would not have found your way here. Maybe you can teach me a few things too. What I personally do before designing a device is to write a list of aspects on paper and then decide how to integrate them.
- color theory (Do I need color? Do I prefer color? Light!)
- fractal (powerful but difficult to design)
- rythm (one dimensional design on the dimension of time)
- sound (are you a the auditive type, see also rythm)
Another aspect is the usability. I prefer modules, specialized units, but these are difficult to transport. A transportable device should be a all in one device.
Modules can “communicate” on a subtle level with each other or transport real physical signal through a cable (or wifi, bluetooth if you are such a geek).
There are different ways to connect each module:
It should not be limited on only 2 dimensions:
And what about to get rid of the square and invest more time in a rounder design:
The topic for the next post will be materials.