How does nature help us understand 'The Vortex?'

 Abraham-Hicks takes about the nature of the Vortex very often. Yet, I was just thinking that the center of a Vortex is like the eye of a tornado. In the edges is chaos and energy, but once a person gets to the very center of a spinning object there is a stillness. Has Abraham ever talked about the very center of a Vortex? What can we learn from the Vortex? I realize that orginally Abraham used the term 'Upstream' vs 'Downstream' thought. This again is another very nature based concept that can be understood very simply. We can all picture letting the current gently carry us downsteam as we float effortlessly on the top. (I am a good floater.) On a side note I was looking up the origan of the use of the word 'Abundance.' It origanated in the 14th centery and the best of my understanding of Old English it was associated with when a river swells and overflows its banks. So abundance was connected with an overflow especially of water. It still meant much like it does today, but was understood by a metaphor of nature. Due to some misunderstanding about the metaphor of Upstream/Downstream Abraham switched to the use of the concept of a Vortex. Again this is something seen in nature when wind starts to circle and pick up leaves or dust. A few of us have even seen the huge Vortex that is a tornado. We have likely all seen the Vortex as water goes down a drain. Vortex VOR'TEX, noun plural vortices (1828 Webster Defination) or vortexes. [Latin from verto.] A whirlpool; a whirling or circular motion of water, forming a kind of cavity in the center of the circle, and in some instances, drawing in water or absorbing other things. A whirling of the air; a whirlwind. In the Cartesian system, the circular motion originally impressed on the particles of matter, carrying them around their own axes, and around a common center. By means of these vortices. Descartes attempted to account for the formation of the universe. The current definition appears to be simpler, but about the same. Yet now it is also connected with Black Holes. Now that I am thinking about Space, one could picture the Sun being the center of the Vortex which is the Solar System and the Milky Way seems to imitate a Vortex as well. Drawn into my mind is the phrase "She thinks the world revolves around her." Which when I heard it first used in Elementry or Middle School it was intended as an insult of another student. By understanding what a vortex is and seeing its examples in nature, does this convey a deeper understanding of the nature of Abraham's Vortex? asked 22 Aug '17, 13:51 Igot7 736●24 Hi @Igot7 ... talking of black holes I reckon they're somewhere between the smallest and the largest possible piece of physical matter that can exist, at the place from which the two forces yin/yang are born symbolized by negative green (23 Jun '20, 02:55) jaz the whole of nature helps us understand because nature lives in the now,in the vortex, a tree just is; humans are capable of creating emotional and mental blockages (24 Jun '20, 03:27) jaz showing 0 of 2 show 2 more comments