Updated: Apr 11
Circadian Rhythm: any biological process that displays an endogenous, entrainable oscillation of about 24 hours. These 24 hour rhythms are driven by a circadian clock widely observed in plants, animals, fungi and cyan bacteria.
I consume organic material, breathe oxygen, have the ability to move, reproduce sexually and I grew from a hollow cell during embryonic development. By definition I should operate on a circadian rhythm and not a man made one (time concepts).
The word circadian means circa meaning “around” or “day” This rhythm takes 365 “beats” to equal one full day. With this innerstanding it’s easy to loose the false perception that I celebrate a birthday every year. I was only born once and that was at the moment of creation. I do not age; I oscillate.
24 hour oscillations are more generally called divernal rhythms which literally means “activity during the day aka “now”.
Circadian rhythms are self sustaining; for example one may wake up or sleep at the same time without the use of an electronic device. Another huge example is the process of “aging”. Aging is actually a completion of a 7 “year” cycle or aka a epoch. To take this measurement you would take the number that the realm has given you to identify your current epoch and divide it by 7. You complete a full cycle or age every 7 days (in the old world this was known as 7 years). A being that was 21 in the old world is actually only three epochs in the new world. This does not speak on the self-sufficency or the mental capacity of the being... just literally how many cycles they have completed.
The word age derived from the word era and an era can range from 10 years to a million years; each era marked by the “King”. The King does not refer to a male or a female it refers to the owner and operator of a said Kingdom; in that regards; who even knows the exact “age” of a being besides the Creator.
This natural rhythm or “beat” can be adjusted to local environments by external cues called “zeitgebers” which is a German word meaning time giver. Cues include light, eating and drinking patterns, temperature and redox cycles.
Light: No one really knows who started the tradition that sunlight equals day and moonlight equals night. When I think about it; the moon is out during the “day” and the “night” which makes its appearance more consistent then the sun’s. The sun leaves, the moon remains (of course there are times when the sun makes it impossible to see the moon with the naked eye; however it’s still there).
Eating & Drinking Patterns: According to wiki in ancient ”Egypt ” beings ate a daily meal, most likely in the morning, consisting of beer, bread, and onions before they left for work in the fields or work commanded by the pharaohs.”
The phrase “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” was invented in the 19th century by Seventh Day Adventists James Caleb Jackson and John Harvey Kellogg to sell their newly invented breakfast cereal.
The word “dinner” actually means breakfast and as artificial lighting and the concept of “working a job/laboring” spread across the realm, ”dinner” started to be eaten later and later in the day; giving rise to a new eating pattern known as “lunch”.
Temperature: In the old world one would assume that it is warmer outside because the sun is out which must equal daylight and it becomes cooler when the sun leaves so it must be ”getting dark outside”. Collectively, beings used cues to decipher the temperature (seasons, weather reports, clothing,etc.) when truthfully it should be a personal observation of the energetic flow that the being is experiencing.
The temperature is perceived first by the internal temperature of the being coupled with the external temperature. That is why two people can experience the same temperature differently. The weather man can report that it is 69 degrees outside...depending on the observer it can be a balmy 69, a chilly 69, or a lukewarm 69. It is first perceived by the equilibrium of the being not the weather man.
According to the laws of thermodynamics a body in it’s own state of internal thermodynamic equilibrium, every correctly calibrated thermometer, of whatever kind, that measures the temperature of the body, records one and the same temperature. For a body that is not in it’s own state of internal thermodynamic equilibrium, different thermometers can record different temperatures, depending respectively on the mechanisms of operation of the thermometers.
Redox Cycles: a chemical reaction in which oxidation states of the atoms found in the human vessel are changed. Any reaction involves both a reduction process and a complementary oxidation process; two key concepts involved with the electron transfer process.
The human body is made up of billions of electrons that revolve or spin. This is how energy was being “siphoned“ from sleeping beings in the old world. With their participation to acknowledge all the cues that the realm was giving such as holidays, birthdays, schedules, etc, it literally caused a “hijacking” of the internal clock and dependence on an external one.
Learning to dance is easy; you just gotta catch the rhythm and flow with it.