I was never terribly gifted in science. I thought it was interesting, but because I have a bit of a math deficit, there were aspects that were really difficult for me to understand....like, why did I need to learn how to calculate chemistry equations? Anyway, my interest always went back to the ways in which science explains what i understood intuitively about people and the world. I think there is a correlate in the scientific measurable world to most (not all) "supernatural" phenomena, and I picked up on this as a child.
Nonetheless, most of us learn about "natural laws". You know, things like "what goes up must come down", "every action has an equal and opposite reaction", etc. these natural laws have been at the forefront of scientific philosophy for hundreds of years, because they appear to "work". However, there are other natural or Universal laws that are vitally important and may even be more readily important in our everyday lives (even though admittedly gravity tends to play a significant role in keeping us from tumbling off the planet).Read More