The most fundamental principle, the basic program of all life, is energy-saving.
Organisms are programmed to make the most with the least amount of effort. Whatever you do, whatever you like, whatever feels good for you, it’s just a psychological response that shows you how to be more energy efficient.
Life craves energy and, subconsciously, you’ll always choose the path of least resistance because of that.
That’s why high calorie food tastes better.
That’s why whenever your beliefs are questioned you naturally refuse any arguments.
All default responses are just energy-saving reactions; ‘more calories’ means more energy, changing the structure of your beliefs requires energy.
However, a momentary ‘energy waste’ can result in more sustainable energy consumption in the future. For this to be achieved we must apply conscious effort in the right time and place.
But what is the source of our energy?
How can we gain more energy?
How can we raise our consciousness?
More energy means higher levels of operating power for our consciousness.
If you apply time to this ‘equation’ it means that the longer we sustain higher levels of energy for our consciousness, the more intelligence we download from The Universe, the more intelligence we integrate into our being.
So what’s the source of our energy? Tesla answers:
“First let us ask:
Whence comes all the motive power? What is the spring that drives all? We see the ocean rise and fall, the rivers flow, the wind, rain, hail, and snow beat on our windows, the trains and steamers come and go; we here the rattling noise of carriages, the voices from the street; we feel, smell, and taste; and we think of all this. And all this movement, from the surging of the mighty ocean to that subtle movement concerned in our thought, has but one common cause.
All this energy emanates from one single center, one single source: the sun.”
That’s where you should look for more energy, according to Nikola Tesla. To him the sun is “the spring that drives all.”
Not only does it sustain humans, but also the entire existence of the world. He actually prescribed steps to harness the power of the sun:
The first step is increasing the human mass.
In order to increase the energy we have to think in terms of speed. If, let’s say, there is a train and you add one more wagon, 3 things can happen.
- Either the wagon is of the same velocity as the train; in this case the speed of the train will slightly increase.
- The wagon is with a smaller velocity; in this case the whole train will decrease its speed.
- The wagon is of higher velocity; in this case the whole train will significantly increase its speed.
We can think of it like this: If there is a family with children of the same degree of enlightenment as the parents, that is, mass of the “same velocity,” the energy will simply increase proportionately to the number added. If they are less intelligent or advanced, or mass of “smaller velocity,” there will be a very slight gain in the energy; but if they are further advanced, or mass of “higher velocity,” then the new generation will add considerably to the sum total of human energy.
In Nikola Tesla’s opinion, growing muscles is equivalent to adding mass of smaller velocity, but moderate exercise “insuring the right balance between mind and body, and the highest efficiency of performance, is, of course, a prime requirement”
Food is one of the most important elements of increasing your mass. What we consider food is just processed sunlight. That’s why Tesla was vegan:
Plants, with their photosynthesis, combine carbon, hydrogen and oxygen and bind them through sunlight, forming the CHO molecule (fat) we consume through food and burn for energy. However, the actual energy comes from freeing the photons of light between the chemical bond. That’s what produces heat. That’s what gives calories, stored photons. We eat sunlight for energy! If we eat meat, we are consuming already-consumed, CHO, as the only source of CHO is photosynthesis.
[These are just his ideas. Eat what you want… it’s just an interesting perspective from a really smart dude.]