Gravity is Thought

For to be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace. Because the carnal mind is enmity against God; for it is not subject to the law of God, nor indeed can be. So then, those who are in the flesh cannot please God.

(Romans 8:6-8) NKJV

Minded really means the thought. The link to gravity is a deep end that we can go off. Thought is the act of holding on to an idea, concentrating. Concentration generates a gravitational field. That’s the singularity.

Gravity is thought. This becomes a cause for action through the field that’s emitted from the singularity or that emanates from the node.

The gravitational singularity at the center of the Earth is God’s idea for how to order creation by stopping time. The thought is being held so strongly that time can’t pass at the center of the Earth. The field which is emitted from the center of the Earth is the gravitational field which maintains the entire universe. You can imagine that concentration, holding onto a thought, is like holding play-doh and squeezing it so hard that it comes out between your fingers.

We deduced that the soul is physically gravity, but functionally it’s the mind and heart. As such, souls, including God the father, have a mind and a heart. The separation of mind and heart is a pattern in creation. In humans the heart of the soul dwells in the heart muscle. God’s heart is the gravitational singularity at the center of the Earth. Our mind is our awareness of self which exists in our brain. God’s mind is the physical manifestation of his will in heaven. The separation of mind and heart picture for us the separation of heaven and Earth.

This leads us to wonder if it’s possible to concentrate hard enough that we create a gravitational field and can influence the matter around us. Or would we just get a headache? We, personally, haven’t much luck with this except to be able to focus our thoughts enough to cure a headache, but that’s been really useful.


Where did you get here from?
1October 25th – Principle V
2How Precious are Thoughts?
3December 20th – Keep the Sayings of This Book
– Navigate back to where you came from.

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