5D Thinking on Minerals
Have you ever reflected on the importance of minerals? Without minerals, you would not have access to running water from a faucet, electricity, light, a cereal bowl, a spoon, a drinking glass, or even clothing. In the newly released 5D thinking topic, we explore marvelous minerals through the 5D thinking approach.
DescriptionIn the first dimension, Analytical Thinking, we explore how minerals have a distinctive geometric shape called a crystalline structure. We discuss how they are formed through the melting & cooling of magma as water containing dissolved minerals evaporates & leaves behind mineral crystals. We also highlight some fascinating facts about minerals. Next, in the second dimension, Analogical Thinking, to better appreciate minerals, we reflect on the artificial versions of diamonds made by scientists by placing carbon seeds in microwave devices together with methane gas. We learn how the production of artificial diamonds involved the collaboration of many knowledgeable experts based on years of research and hard work. Then, in the third dimension, Critical Thinking, we point to our experience of lab-grown diamonds and conclude that it takes knowledge, power, and wisdom along with consciousness to arrange carbon atoms into diamonds. Just as we do not believe the formation of an elegant palace through the self-arrangement of its bricks is possible, we cannot accept the idea that beneficial minerals such as diamonds, with their elegant structures, are the works of the blind natural forces and material causes. In the fourth dimension, Meditative Thinking, we reflect on the formation of a diamond linking to the entire universe at both macro and micro levels. As we learn how minerals are connected to the cosmos, we will understand that the Maker of minerals must be the Maker of the entire universe. He must be the All-Knowing, All-Wise, All-Powerful who creates and controls elements along with their particles to sustain life on this planet. He must be the Most Beautiful who clearly formed our planet and adorned it with the most precious and beautiful gems. Finally, in the fifth dimension, the Moral Thinking dimension, we invite readers to reflect on various uses of minerals to realize that life would have been impossible without minerals for sincere appreciation and moral lessons.
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