MAKE YOUR HEART A LOVE GENERATOR.
What is a flywheel? A flywheel is essentially a very heavy wheel that takes a lot of force to spin around. As a result, when it’s spinning at high speed, it tends to want to keep on spinning (we say it has a lot of angular momentum), which means it can store a great deal of kinetic energy.
You can think of it as a kind of “mechanical battery,” but it’s storing energy in the form of movement (kinetic energy, in other words) rather than the energy stored in chemical form inside a traditional, electrical battery.
Let us build a correlation between this concept and the concept of Heartfulness Meditation.
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Flywheels = Human hearts
Angular Momentum = Intensity of Meditation
Kinetic Energy = Love/Positive energy
I is the Moment of Inertia.
Moment of inertia” sounds horribly abstract and confusing, but it’s much easier to understand than you might think. What it really means is that, the effective mass of a spinning object depends not just on how much actual mass it has but on where that mass is located in relation to the point it’s spinning around.
In essence, when we go thru our day at work, we have several distractions/resistance/negative energies that tend to play on our heart and mind. If we are aware of this reservoir of positive energy (Love), we could use it to overcome loss or depletion of positivity at work.
The most sophisticated flywheels float on superconducting magnets (so they spin almost entirely without friction) and are sealed inside vacuum chambers (so there are no losses to air resistance).
When we create vaccum in the chambers of our hearts so as to attract, store, generate and expand more of this positive love energy, we essentially become a mobile love generator with unlimited reservoir of positive energy.
Let us look at some analogous application of flywheels and apply it to our scenario.
Creating balanced existence by getting the mind to refer to the heart: The flywheel helps to smooth out the power the wheels receive. So while the engine’s cylinder might add power to the flywheel every thirty seconds the wheels could take power from the flywheel at steady, continual rate—and the engine would roll smoothly instead of jerking along in fits and starts.
Using conscious pauses to prevent domination of the mind over the heart: The flywheel can be used to slow down the vehicle, like a brake. As it did so, energy would be transferred from the vehicle to the flywheel, which would pick up speed and keep spinning. You could then disengage the flywheel to make the vehicle stop completely.
Love energy generator: A flywheel can be used to provide temporary extra power when the engine can’t produce enough. Suppose you want to overtake a slow-moving horse and cart. Let’s say the flywheel has been spinning for some time but isn’t currently connected to either the engine or the wheels. When you reconnect it to the wheels, it’s like a second engine that provides extra power.
But if you take the flywheel (heart) and spin it twice as fast (double its angular velocity or intensity of meditation), you’ll quadruple how much energy (love) it stores.
That’s why flywheel designers (meditators) typically try to use high-speed wheels (regular practice) rather than few long sessions. Alternately, surrender to the Inner Self and let the spinning happen nonstop to constantly generate love energy.