Passion Equation

When applied to entanglement passion takes on an unusual  life of its own; in social groups it exists in exponentially dynamic  relation to the individual level of the members of the group; this means that passion felt by one individual for another produces an effect not only for the one feeling it, but also within the subject of one’s focus.

When dual energies experience passion for one another, the result is an increased magnification of the potential for greater conscious growth; in multiplicity the rate of exponential perception runs in confluence to the receptive value of individual experiences within the whole; This means that if one feels passion for another which then reciprocates with limited receptivity, the energy of the one feeling it will diminish in proportion to the subjective experience of the energy’s focus; if one focuses passion on another which has passion for yet another, the passion of the second party becomes increased towards the third while the passion of the first degrades in relation to the energy differential between the passion of the second towards the first over the second’s passion for the third.   If one can create a circumstance of multiplicity where one individual feels passion for another which feels passion for another which leads back to the first, one would create a cycle of perceptual influence which affects all parties to the experience through incremental generation of perspective.