Overview Orbits-Gravity    

Defining General Terms - It is first important to define general terms and concepts of orbits-gravity phenomena.  The model is made up of three components: ‘orbits’, ‘gravity’, and the ‘orbits-gravity system.’

1) Orbits represent the cyclic ‘ebb and flow’ of repetitive energy and movement.

2) Gravity is the force that attaches, bonds, and stabilizes the entire system.

3) The system represents the entirety of the orbits-gravity unit that functions as a single whole. As such the system is in a constant state of balance and equilibrium in which the ‘whole is greater than the sum of its parts.’

 

The Atomic and Solar Models indicate peripheral multi orbits of energy movement. These orbits of repetitive energy are stabilized by a central force of gravity. While the concepts of ‘orbits’ and ‘gravity’ appear to be separate entities, in fact they function together as a single unit. Both these models indicate the orbits-gravity paradigm to be representative of self-regulating systems in equilibrium.

The atomic and solar models are parallel orbits-gravity structures. Both models illustrate the integration of simultaneous orbits in relation to a steady gravitational force. The perpetual balance between orbits and gravity indicates systems in equilibrium.

In the natural sciences, the atomic model is more representative of micro processes that relate to the properties of atoms in chemistry reactions. On a micro level the orbits consist of electrons that spin around the gravitational core in an intertwined 3 dimensional fashion. 

The solar model represents the macro astrological process that we see in our local universe. Here orbits correspond to the planets within our solar system that rotate on a flat plane in relation to the sun. 

In both these models, the basic concepts are the same. The orbits are defined by cyclical energy and movement, while gravity is the dominant force that maintains the overall equilibrium within the system. Both represent unified systems in which ‘the whole is greater than the sum of its parts’. As a self-contained unit, they are systems that maintain balance, flow, and equilibrium. As such, the atomic and solar models represent a metaphor for the type of flexibility that is indicative of ‘living systems’.

 While the view of the atomic model seems more complicated due to the overlapping 3D orbits, the advantage of the solar model is in its ‘one-dimensional pancake’ nature that lets us clearly view the path and frequency of each orbit.

As we will see, it is the simplicity of the solar model that lets us clearly diagram orbits of flexibility and rigidity in the human personality. In our discussion of the personality the diagram of the solar system proves to be invaluable in gaining insight into the practical aspects of theory and treatment. It is therefore through the solar model that we will focus our attention to gain a sense of the ‘living’ dynamic that parallels orbits-gravity phenomena. 

      

The Solar System - The adjacent illustration presents the orbits-gravity paradigm that is widely accepted as being representative of the solar system. The model helps us recognize that while the Sun’s gravity is constant, the repetitive nature of orbits can be quite variable.

For our purposes we will only focus on the first five planets. Orbits are represented by the cyclical movements of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter; and the force of gravity is the Sun that stabilizes the system. It is important to remember that although the orbits appear as separate entities, in fact the system responds as a single entity or unit.

From the solar model we immediately see that all orbits are not the same. While each orbit is cyclical, they all have different rates, range, and frequencies. In making a full orbit, Mercury, the closest planet to the Sun, is the quickest at 88 earth days; Venus takes 224 earth days; Earth takes 1 year; Mars takes 1.9 earth years; and a single orbit for Jupiter, the furthest from the Sun, takes the longest at 11.9 earth years.

As alluded to before, the orbits-gravity model has the ability to unify all theories, under one single umbrella theory - as improbable as that might initially sound! The model shows that all treatment leading to successful change contains a primary and specific ‘active ingredient.’   

 

Interestingly, although the field has often ‘borrowed’ scientific terms (i.e.: nuclear family; behavior frequency; electric personality; lunatic; a couple that has ‘chemistry’; ‘opposites attract’, etc.) there has never been any serious attempt to show that such “scientific talk” might actually have a factual basis.