To summarize what I covered in the 7-post series, I will make some distinctions between the experiences of scarcity and abundance, of low and high harmonic vibrancy. First, when you experience scarcity, you tend to experience lower harmonic vibrancy in all five relationships. And when you experience abundance, you tend to experience higher harmonic vibrancy in all five relationships. Thus, a key difference is whether the group experience is one of scarcity or abundance. When you look a little deeper into the assumptions the group holds, it turns out that those groups that experience mostly scarcity start from an assumption of scarcity and those that experience mostly abundance start with an assumption of abundance. It is not that scarcity or abundance is absolutely right, rather that it shows up when it is perceived to be the underlying basis of the agreements in the group. Having said this, I will also suggest that abundance has to exist for the whole system to work. By this I mean that the abundance is always there, it is just a matter of peoples’ capacity to perceive it. When the abundance, the infinite light, is not perceived, it is kept in the dark. By keeping it in the dark, it is undernourished, underutilized, underdeveloped, and undervalued.
Another distinction I have made is that the degree of harmonic vibrancy you experience in any one of the five relationships is very similar to what you experience in all of the relationships. The experience of a low harmonic vibrancy in any relationship seems to be present when they are all low, and a high harmonic vibrancy in any relationship is only experienced when they are all high. This suggests that to experience abundance and greater harmonic vibrancy, one needs to pay attention to all five relationships at the same time.
A third distinction I have made is about relationship. The individual and the group are better off, experiencing greater abundance and harmonic vibrancy, when all five relationships are stronger. Relationship matters, and the agreements in those relationships determine what is possible. It is a system.
I started with the fourth distinction. People prefer the experience of greater harmonic vibrancy to the experience of less, and people experience that harmonic vibrancy in all five relationships – to their own self, to the other, to the group, to nature, and to spirit.
To summarize the four distinctions made so far, some groups start with an assumption of scarcity and others start from abundance. High-vibrancy groups pay attention to all five primary relationships and low-vibrancy groups do not. High-vibrancy groups realize that the web of relationships make up a system and low-vibrancy groups do not. Finally, people prefer higher harmonic vibrancy, as experienced in all five relationships. For now I will suggest these as four distinctions between groups that experience lower and higher harmonic vibrancy. With these four distinctions about your experience and the five primary relationships, you have the foundation you need to see, explain, and choose healthier, freer agreements; agreements for higher harmonic vibrancy and abundance. Future posts will show you how. With these four distinctions, the journey starts: the journey to uncover the agreements that drive different levels of harmonic vibrancy. To give the journey a name, something with which I can reference what my colleagues and I learn along the way, I call this journey “ecosynomics.” More on that journey in the next post.