Sentient Vector Theory (SVT) is based on a resonating principal; that everything is energy, and that this energy creates metadata that can be tapped into to obtain additional understanding. The underlying principle of SVT is that the direction that should be undertaken (the vector) is derived from the analysis and intuitive understanding of this energetic metadata. The SVT metadata in this case is comprised of the intelligence, emotional, and physical energies from beings within the organization.
Think of an organization as a network where people are nodes, and each person or node creates a cloud of SVT metadata around them. This cloud interacts with other clouds from other nodes in the organizational network, and a nodal-based sentience is established. This nodal-based sentience can be tapped into to determine the appropriate vector(s) that are needed to move the organization forward. But how does it work? How is everything energy?
Let’s begin with two mountain ranges separated by a valley, and a brick wall. Any time that you go down a mountain range, cross a valley, and go up the mountain range on the other side, your perspective changes. Sometimes we find that the old perspective was an illusion. For example, it wasn’t but four hundred years ago that many people thought that the Sun revolved around the Earth, and that you could fall off the Earth if you got too close to the edge. We now know that viewpoint was an illusion and that the Earth revolves around the Sun.
We will journey down a mountain range based on solid matter, cross a valley of ‘transformation’ and rise up on the far mountain range of energy. We will begin with a brick wall.
DOWN THE MOUNTAIN RANGE
The brick wall. We know that it is hard and that it is solid when we touch it. We can’t go through it; we have to go over, under, or around it. It is very solid.
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The brick wall is made up of many individual bricks placed together. We know that bricks are very solid and that they remind us of rocks. They last a long time.
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So we have a transition from Brick Wall → Brick.
Bricks are made up of smaller units called molecules. A molecule is the smallest amount of matter that still contains the characteristics of what it makes, such as a brick. A brick is based on several molecules working together, but together they make a ‘brick molecule’. In the late 1700’s the molecule was the smallest unit of matter. The word ‘matter’ conveys a solid structure. It would be acceptable that a brick molecule would be just as hard as a brick. The picture below shows the molecules of a brick.
Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule.
In 1789 Antoine Lavoisier indicated that an element was matter that was uniform and could not be reduced further by chemical means. The molecule was made of different types of elements, all working together to create a brick. An element (except for gas) is described as being solid matter.
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Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element.
Down another level, around 1805 John Dalton created the concept of the atom. Each element is created by atoms of a single and unique type.
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Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom
We are close to the valley floor now. Hang in there. The atom was broken down into the further components of protons, neutrons, and electrons. The picture below conveys the idea that the component parts are physical units and are still considered individual particles.
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This is the Niels Bohr model of atomic theory that was published in 1922.
Our journey thus far has has been a ‘reductionist’ view of the structure of the world around us. The reductionist view takes us from a larger system like a brick wall and breaks it down into further and further pieces. For many years this was the final model of understanding how the universe worked.
Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom → Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons
THE VALLEY FLOOR
On the floor of the valley, what we see begins to change. Below the atoms exist the quanta that are (now) the minimum amount of any physical entity. The change begins with the example of light. Originally, light was composed of sub-atomic particles called photons, which are the quanta of light. The image below shows both particles and waves and is representative of the quantum level.
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Albert Einstein and many other scientists contributed to our understanding that particles at this level of matter are also energetic waves. Light seems to be both a particle and an energy wave at the same time. Matter and energy were thought at times to be separate items; something was either energy or matter, but not both. Albert Einstein and others removed this barrier so that matter and energy were related. The mass or weight of an item is a measure of its energy content. (This is called the energy-mass equivalence).
Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom → Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons → [transformation] → Quanta: particles become waves of energy
So we have walked down the mountain of matter and on the valley floor the matter becomes energy. Instead of seeing particles, we see probabilities of where a particle could be, based on the wave characteristics that it exhibits. Instead of the question of dualism: particle or wave, we have Yes=Both!
Instead of seeing matter as separate particles, we see matter as the flow of energy and the relationship that this energy flow has with other energies. Instead of an atom with separate particles, we have an energetic cloud of different types of energies.
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Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom → Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons → [transformation] → Quanta: particles become waves of energy → Atomic Energy Cloud
UP THE NEXT MOUNTAIN
This means that all matter is energy at the atomic level, and, by extension, at the elemental level. This image represents clouds of elements based on energetic atomic clouds. This image represents an energetic elemental matrix.
Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom → Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons → [transformation] → Quanta: particles become waves of energy → Atomic Energy Cloud → Energetic Elemental Matrix
As energy becomes more complex, it begins to structure itself into energetic lattices. Molecules work in this fashion. Energy lattices may look like the picture below, but also may take the form of many different shapes based on the energy in the system.
Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom → Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons → [transformation] → Quanta: particles become waves of energy → Atomic Energy Cloud → Energetic Elemental Matrix → Energetic Molecules
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This is one form of an energetic lattice that forms molecules. These lattice energy systems bind energy with enough force that they appear solid like matter. They appear like a brick, but it is the solid bonds of energy that you feel when you touch it and when you see it.
Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom → Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons → [transformation] → Quanta: particles become waves of energy → Atomic Energy Cloud → Energetic Elemental Matrix → Energetic Molecules → Energetic Brick
Reminiscent of the lattice structure, the bricks can also be placed into a lattice structure to make a wall. A solid-looking brick wall is nothing more than solid-looking bricks placed into a lattice structure with mortar to bind the bricks together. The mortar is like the strong energy force that binds it all together. In summary I have tried to show how the world that looks solid to us is really energy systems that are bound together.
Brick Wall → Brick → Molecule → Element → Atom → Protons, Neutrons, and Electrons → [transformation] → Quanta: particles become waves of energy → Atomic Energy Cloud → Energetic Elemental Matrix → Energetic Molecules → energetic Brick → Energetic Brick Wall
You have now ascended the energetic mountain range!
We know that the human nervous system is an electrical system. This is based on a voltage potential in millivolts and current in milliamps.
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As the nerves conduct electrical impulses, a magnetic field is produced that accompanies the flow of electricity (current or milliamps).
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The next step is a journey into metaphysics. Based in part from The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcock, and based in part on other writers, consciousness either leads or follows the flow of energy. When you think, your mind creates a flow of energy. This energy enables you to set your intentions, to create, to dream, to work: these are all energetic constructs. Electricity, magnetism, and consciousness are related and intertwined.
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They flow together in the three phases of energetic expression. If you place all the circles together, and rotate them one third from each other, you can think of them as interacting in the following manner.
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Sometimes consciousness leads, sometimes it is magnetism that leads, and sometimes it is electricity that leads. Whenever you find one, you will find the other two. They are bonded into relationship.
HUMAN ENERGY FIELDS AND METADATA CLOUDS
While many people think that their brain and mind are the most energetic parts of the body, new studies have shown that the heart creates the largest electromagnetic field that surrounds the person. These studies have been in part created by The Heartmath institute. A result of the studies indicate that there is significantly greater data flow from the heart to the brain than from the brain to the heart. This heart field is very large. The image below shows how the heart’s fields interact between people.
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These fields have their own frequencies. That is why some people resonate with each other and some people repel each other. For teamwork to occur, the frequencies must resonate and harmonize with each other. Each heart field also creates a matrix of metadata based on the thoughts, intelligences, emotions, physical, and other characteristics of the person at the time. This image below provides a summary of the interaction of the fields in one part of the organizational network.
The field of each person creates a personal metadata cloud. Sentient Vector Theory (SVT) stipulates that the interactions of each field create an organizational metadata cloud, and that this cloud can be tapped into by the manager (larger circle) when making decisions. It is suggested that the intuition that comes from the metadata cloud be coupled with analytics and analysis. Together both will help guide the organization forward.
How many times have you heard: the data tells me this, but my gut tells me this. This person was tapping into the metadata cloud. Why is this important? Because not all data is complete. The Expected Value of Perfect Information is quite high, as is the cost to get that Perfect Information. Season judgement comes from life experience and learning to listen to the metadata. It is all around you 🙂 .