A scientist always looks for a system. He or she realises that we are made up of systems and surrounded by systems; The circulatory system, the respiratory system, the digestive system… The eco-system, the planetary system.. and The Solar System. Even to perforlm the scientific work, the scientist looks for a system within themselves. In other words, the best and quickest way to organise their efforts to achieve what they have to do that day — whether it is testing 1,000 blood samples or calculating the mass of 24 asteroids. Scientists are in the habit of looking for systems within and without.
When we go to a doctor and tell him we are having problems breathing… they first think to themselves “there is something wrong in this person’s respiratory system”. Then they think to themselves “How am I going to analyse whatever is blocking this person’s breathing?” (blood tests… heart/lung examinations…etc..). Scientists studying climate change who see the effects of pollution on our planet think that we are putting havoc on our eco-system. etc.. They then ask themselves “What is causing this erosion?” and “What can we do to help curb the deterioration of our planet?” (recycling… Wind power… cleaner océans..etc…).
Scientists always ask themselves “Why?” or “How?”. These first words put our thoughts directly into the various systems within and around us.
Other professions also require people to work with “systems”; Law, music, computers…etc…
“Systems” are “a regularly interacting group of items forming a unified whole”. The mind itself is a system. The system functions best when all the working components are functioning together. The progress desired is easily achieved.
In regards to our spiritual life and the role of our religious mantras (“Om”, “Amen”, “AUM”, “Allah” and “Tao”), we tend to see these words individualistically. We resist seeing them as “a regularly interacting group of items forming a unified whole”.
“The Five World Mantras” form a system. A Universal System, where each individual part is interdependent on the others. This system is what I call “The Clock of The Twelve Paired Mantras”. Any of “The 12 paired mantras” will take us directly into this system of cosmic and dynamic abundance. All we need is a new and deeper understanding of each mantra’s powerful meaning. When more and more of us begin to see that whatever our mantra is, it is part of a larger system, then our world will quickly and collectively evolve.
When we can start to recognise a system in anything… we can start to recognise THE HIGHEST SYSTEM there is.