Weak vs Strong

What is the difference between a weak person and a strong one?

Some people might say that a weak person is easily influenced by the opinions of others. Others might say that a weak person is physically inferior.

If we apply the vibrational universe concept we can see more clearly.

When the weak person gets within the range of a passionate person, he or she is easily influenced, because the more powerful vibration entrains the weaker one to it. A person’s physique has nothing to do with it. A smaller man or woman with a strong intention can influence much larger and more powerful person. Napoleon Bonaparte was a very short man, yet he was able to lead an entire nation. Gandhi was also a small man, yet he led a nation of 400 million to independence from Great Britain. The key is vibrational entrainment.

Entrainment is defined as the tendency for two oscillating bodies to lock into phase so that both vibrate in harmony. Two pendulum clocks placed on a wall near each other will eventually wind up with their pendulums swinging at the same rate. This occurs because of their mutual influence on one another. However, a stronger vibration will have a much greater influence on the system than the weaker one, so the resulting vibration will be much closer to the stronger. This is called vibrational entrainment.

Vibrational entrainment occurs even when the stronger vibration is lower on the scale of emotion / vibration. In the vibrational model of the universe, it is the amplitude of the vibration –– its strength and power –– that determines its influence. Such influence is often called strength of will, or force of character, but boils down to the impact of a person’s intention on the consciousness of others. One may refer to this as “the force” or anything you like, but anyone who has ever been around a person with a strong will can feel the entraining effects on their mind.

Weakness is the failure to decide. When one has not made up one's mind, one's vibration is not strong. Clarity of thought and intention is brought about by making a firm, clear-cut decision based on what one really desires to do. Desire aligns thought and intent, and creates a strong vibration that aligns one’s thoughts to it, as well as the thoughts of others.

A bully, for example, is radiating a strong vibration because he is physically intimidating, and he picks on persons physically weaker than himself. But what happens when he meets up with a guy who won't take his crap and gets his arse kicked? Afterwards, he doesn't radiate the same vibe: he’s slouching now instead of striding confidently forward. Even though he is still physically intimidating, his confidence has been shattered. He has decided that he is not as strong as he thought, and it is that decision that makes him weak.

So, weak or strong has everything to do with intent, with decision, with desire. And that is something each one of us has total control of.

Let's introduce Joey, a young, aspiring musician who feels peer pressure to join a gang even though he doesn't want to. At this point Joey is in a weak position, for he is outnumbered by those who have very strong intention.

“You are either with us or against us,” Joey is told. Joey understands that life is nuanced, but the gang members who challenge him see only black and white. Joey knows that if he joins the local gang he will be physically protected from them, but will have to fight other gang members and engage in illegal activities. Joey knows he will have to fight and physically harm others no matter what decision he makes, and if he joins the gang the authorities will mark him down as a potential criminal.

What should Joey do? After a lot of thought that night Joey decides that joining any gang isn’t for him. So when he has to face the gang after school the next day, he breaks out his sax and starts playing. How this plays out is dependent on how strong Joey’s decision is. If he is afraid he might play poorly and get punked by the gang from then on, but if he plays well the gang members might be impressed and leave him alone. “This kid might be famous one day,” they all agree.

If Joey concentrates on his music, the gang won’t see him. When there is vibrational disparity, there is invisibility. You can't see or hear frequencies that are out of range. The passionate person walks proud and tall, he or she is their own transmitter, entraining others to them.

It doesn't matter how little you are, or how poor. The universe doesn't discriminate that way. The solution to weakness is to find something that lights you up, and go do it.

Think about it, talk about it, find as much time in your day as you can for it. You will find yourself growing stronger, and watching as more and more people begin to resonate to you, and come under your vibrational sphere of influence. If you are truly passionate and not obsessed, others will see this and respond to you. (Obsession is an inverted, lower-emotional mockery of a true desire.)

That's what Joey did. Soon he is playing in a local band and his paying customers are the bullies who wanted to beat him up. And now they want his autograph.

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