An excerpt from the definition for resonance in Webster’s New American dictionary defines resonance as harmonic, necessary, indispensable, absolute, or perfect. This makes resonance an important phenomenon, yet in the fear-based, separation-based system in which we were born and/or raised, most of us are not taught to recognize resonance, much less to design our lives based on it. Often, we are taught to override or ignore resonance in favor of duty, obligation or another norm or expectation. Resonance is not simply a so-called positive aspect of reality, a pleasant occurrence, or circumstances going our way. Sometimes it is. Sometimes it is more complex, as a resonant occurrence can be something you don’t enjoy or find pleasant in the moment. For example, for me, washing dishes, changing diapers, or a difficult yet unavoidable conversation are all resonant (necessary, harmonic, perfect, and life-enhancing) but are not pleasant in the moment. Positive, yes, I suppose, but not pleasant, at least to me. Also, I find the word ‘positive’ to be too superficial, too representative of an ‘either/or’, ‘right/wrong’ world. So the word ‘resonant’ is used, building the field by saying what is really meant with more depth and dimension than the words given by the system we were born into offer.
When writing the craving part of the template, we fill in the blanks with resonant words or phrases. When writing the observing part of the template, we are to write what we observe in relation to the craving just written. This may sound so-called negative: for example, ‘Observing I feel sad’, but it is the truth of our experience. In this sense, what goes in the blanks of the observing part of the template is also resonant (necessary, perfect, harmonic to the truth of your experience). This is also a demonstration of unity. Resonant words for the craving part of the template may seem on the positive side of duality, while the resonant words for the observing part of the template may seem negative according to the system we were born into. Actually, both are resonant, and neither is right or wrong. Unity.
One aspect of writing my dissertation is to provide scholarly evidence for the effectiveness of the templates. I found research exploring aspects of using expressive writing for treating disorders from traumatic experience. Each piece of research found that when clients used positive words (the researchers’ term), it anchored the future they hoped for (craved) into existence, ie made the craved result more real. In turn, this had the client be more likely to shift beliefs, choices, etc as part of partnering with Creation to shift what they craved from an energetic state to a manifested state. Researchers found this effect is amplified when also using enough ‘negative’ words to report the truth of experience coupled with resonant words. This is one way to show how a person’s neurosynapses are re-wired toward a resonant, unity-based life and future through use of the templates, producing an environment within which what we crave can occur. The metapoint is our mind, which, through conscious awareness and constantly evolving recognition of ourselves as a mult-intelligent, multi-dimensional being, we bring our lives into recursions of next greater wholes until the metapoint called manifestation occurs. All that out of just using resonant words and phrases…..Wow.