As an author whose written work represents a real-time account of my surreal life and stress-enhanced perspectives, I’d like to pause this audacious storyline and conduct a bit of ‘housekeeping’ before we continue. This intermission will help new readers develop the context to enjoy this intricate tale of collective triumph.
Context transforms a 2-dimentional white paper storyline into a multi-dimensional living cypher. Join me to discover faint whispers of enlightenment gleaned by a shift in one’s perspective. Or sit in my motorcycle sidecar and be the observer of my descent into madness. Both realities are true because you say it’s so. There’s beauty in the space yet to explore. I welcome you to keep reading and see what happens next in my genre with no name.
The “7 Elements of Art” and “7 Principles of Design” serve as the building blocks for artistic expression. Their traditional understanding and manipulation are essential in the creation of visual art. How do the building blocks of aesthetically pleasing visual art relate to a stress-enhanced author?
The reader’s mind is a blank canvas the same way a block of marble is to a sculptor. My works are meant to be read aloud where attributes like cadence, emphasis, and balance can connect with readers from a different vantage point. I incorporate those same Elements and Principles into my written words because the fundamental ‘Laws of Aesthetics’ sing to the human brain, regardless of the delivery method.
There’s another reason why I suggest you read my articles out loud. It involves quantum vibrations and a whole slew of fun stuff. Continue reading to see a glimpse of the gears and pulleys that orchestrate our multi-world Universe.
Your brain doesn’t know the difference between an emotion experienced in real time or an emotion experienced through memory. Einstein taught me all time exists simultaneously. Is the pain felt from the loss of your pup any less real because it happened last week? No, it’s not. Your brain doesn’t know the difference. The thoughts in your brain communicate through a multidimensional plane that rests above our 3-dimensional shackles, where time is not linear. I aim to release those shackles so you, too, can become a 3rd party observer in your own reality.
Nikola Tesla once said, “If you want to find the secrets of the Universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” Waves are the 3-dimentional product of Tesla’s energy, frequency, and vibration synopsis. This fundamental line of code in our mathematical operating system is expressed by Erwin Schrödinger’s famous wave equation. This equation is a single note from the grand symphony of our Universe. If you strum the right string with the right pitch, that vibration will pull you towards destination that leads to an enlightened state.
A butterfly flapped its wings two years ago and caused a hurricane today. Tales of success wait to be told because these laws cannot be broken. The mathematics of entropy taught me there’s unfathomable power in the tiny words laced throughout our individual timelines. Our unique individual realities are defined by our perspectives of the probabilities in the world around us. If an infinite number of probabilities are possible, then why not choose your own route? A translation of that cryptic paragraph is detailed below.
As an author who writes about his life, every decision I make must satisfy multiple timelines simultaneously. We’re directors of our own reality. Each realm harbors heroes and villains with a specific pathway, or vibration, that will lead the main character to a positive outcome. Is life but a play?
Sometimes I’m the main character in my timeline and sometimes I’m not. I cast stones in the ocean to watch the waves intersect. I write about those ups, downs, and intersections because if not me, who else will make my life interesting?
In my written work, I speak to readers on a fundamental level. I speak not to the tangible reader who’s bound to the 3rd dimension. I speak to the atoms and molecules that exist in a sea of infinite probabilities. These are the quantum particles that make up matter. I direct the electrical connections made in my brain towards the positive or negative charge of reader’s atoms. It’s a deliberate effort to steer readers towards a path that leads to peace and prosperity.
From another perspective, the above paragraph can be reduced to state: “I write with raw emotion the same way Van Gogh used color, form, and texture on a canvas. I mix emotion with logic; left and right brain merged to paint a clear and beautiful picture into my strange world and unique perspectives.”
I strive to turn the words I write into packets of energy for the electricity dependent observer. Physicists label these packets of energy as quanta, a fundamental unit in quantum theory. I write to reverse engineer an emotion yet to be experienced by a reader because I know time is not linear. Stated from another perspective, I paint with words while emotion is my medium. It’s all a matter of perspective.
Consider every article in this grand life experiment as an electronic lock. The correct combination of words in the right order will unlock a new perspective in a reader’s reality. 36 right, 11 left, 96 right, then voila; a higher frequency is achieved by the observer because your antenna is tuned-in to a new vibration.
Since my first article was published two years ago, readers absorbed the fundamental laws of the Universe throughout my works and didn’t even know it. It’s a discrete, and humble, effort to educate the masses on the power of positivity. 1 + 1 = 2 on every planet and in every galaxy. Once an understanding of these unbreakable mathematical laws is achieved on an innate level, one can harness the ocean and steer friendly ships towards a safe harbor. This is the essence of my written words.
Everything in the Universe operates in cycles of rise and fall. Ups and downs. Sets of waves within waves. While overboard and treading water in a turbulent ocean, I’ve discovered the roadmap to enlightenment through the power of writing.
I pay homage to my dear departed friend, Petr Spurny. A seasoned skipper who died at sea during a sailing regatta in 2021. A valuable lesson learned from my timeline with Petr is found throughout my written words. It’s a quote I often deploy when I see someone who needs a nudge in the right direction. During a deep low point in my life, Peter told me, “Great ship captains are not made in calm seas.”
Learn to love the struggle because the sun is just over the next set rolling in. Fall in love with the valley and you will see the sky-high peak inbound. I know it to be true because 1 + 1 = 2 on any planet. You’ll see the cycle ripple when you don a lens wide enough to see beyond the stars. My name is Scott Chapman and I write about my strange life. Welcome to my timeline.
I invite you to tour my website to learn what color the sky is in my world. www.ScottChapmanAuthor.com
Scott “Longboard” Chapman served in 2nd Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment from 2001-2005. He deployed to Iraq during the 2003 invasion and then to the Afghan theatre 4 times. After the military, Scott worked in the executive protection space and then as an OGA security contractor. Providing security support to the Intelligence community where he deployed 17 times; mostly to the Forward Operating Bases (FOB). He provided security support for Intelligence personnel and operations. Scott continues to work in the contract security area.
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