I just read an article on the idea of Allowing The Tension Of Creation. The idea behind this is that the process of creation is a cycle of tension and release followed by a solution or manifestation.

To me this is an interesting way of looking at energy release with out being obsessed by it. A lot of people seem to think that resistance is something to avoid like the plague. This article kind of gave me insight to a different method of creation that resonates with me at the moment.

It's helpful because rather than being afraid of the tension I see it as fuel for creation. I also tend to be obsessed with energy clearing and I feel like I have to clear up any negativity as it arises all the time. This can take up a lot of my time.

If the process of creation is a cycle of tension and release then it's possible that the greater the intensity of the tension and release the bigger and faster the manifestation that follows.

Here is a good exercise I would like to experiment with:

Step 1: Allow any tension to build up. Don't suppress it, don't clear it up. Allow it. Wait until it reaches maximum intensity. You could wait an entire work day, maybe two days, it's up to you.

Step 2: Release all tension until you feel relief using the method of choice.

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asked 19 Apr '15, 02:39

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edited 19 Apr '15, 12:58


I read it and seems interesting. But I don't know why (some) people don't provide real life examples when talking about some processes. It would be very useful to know how they would do/apply it on their manifestations, in their life, don't you think? And the process itself would be more clearer.

(19 Apr '15, 07:35) Marin

mfg, one who thinks as they talk instead of before does create tension. beliueve it or not some of creation is outside of straight line thinking

(20 Apr '15, 18:51) fred
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where is the only place where their is no tension in your life? is it not when a problem is solved? so would you not say that you experience tension only because you do not know how to handle something? then the answer to the problem become the release. some answer and solution last longer then other. depending on how well the answer and solution complete the problem.

so I would say that tension is created by a lack of understanding, answer and solution finding. is it a important part of growing and learning? yes.

you experience less tension even if the problem is recurring if you know how to deal with it. and can find more solution to the recurring problem so that it happens less often; or solve it totally so that it does not happen again.

we could take many example for this because there is many inventor that invented stuff to solve some problem and issue. just look around you anything that is not of nature and as been man made as been created to solve some issue and problem. just to name a fee: clothing, car, road, house, washing machine, computer, boat, airplane.

Inventions often extend the boundaries of human knowledge, experience or capability.


lets say that when your resistance is solve you will have conductance.

The electrical resistance of an electrical conductor is the opposition to the passage of an electric current through that conductor. The inverse quantity is electrical conductance, the ease with which an electric current passes. Electrical resistance shares some conceptual parallels with the notion of mechanical friction. The SI unit of electrical resistance is the ohm (Ω), while electrical conductance is measured in siemens (S).

An object of uniform cross section has a resistance proportional to its resistivity and length and inversely proportional to its cross-sectional area. All materials show some resistance, except for superconductors, which have a resistance of zero.

The resistance (R) of an object is defined as the ratio of voltage across it (V) to current through it (I), while the conductance (G) is the inverse: R = {V\over I}, \qquad G = {I\over V} = \frac{1}{R} For a wide variety of materials and conditions, V and I are directly proportional to each other, and therefore R and G are constant (although they can depend on other factors like temperature or strain). This proportionality is called Ohm's law, and materials that satisfy it are called "Ohmic" materials.

In other cases, such as a diode or battery, V and I are not directly proportional, or in other words the I-V curve is not a straight line through the origin, and Ohm's law does not hold. In this case, resistance and conductance are less useful concepts, and more difficult to define. The ratio V/I is sometimes still useful, and is referred to as a "chordal resistance" or "static resistance",1][2] as it corresponds to the inverse slope of a chord between the origin and an I-V curve. In other situations, the derivative \frac{dV}{dI} \,! may be most useful; this is called the "differential resistance

it takes a while to solve all your problem to have zero problem and find your center.


let there be light, be the light that you can be, experience and enjoy.


answered 19 Apr '15, 06:08

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white tiger

edited 10 May '15, 05:16

In the following video I love the way Robert Fritz explains it all


Here's a practical demonstration of the forces of attraction and repulsion under tension and their interaction in producing a manifestation



answered 10 May '15, 01:10

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edited 06 Nov '15, 09:54

tension is part of form
and form is impermanent
struggling to achieve the
intent it was made for


answered 11 May '15, 18:49

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