one another (especially in some hidden, unseen way), or attract or tend towards eachother.1. b. A relation between two bodily organs or parts (or between two persons or things)such that disorder, or any condition, of the one induces a corresponding condition in theother.2. Agreement, accord, harmony, consonance, concord, agreement in qualities, likeness,conformity, correspondence.3. a. Conformity of feelings, inclinations, or temperament, which makes personsagreeable to each other; community of feelings; harmony of disposition.3. b. The quality or state of being affected by the condition of another with a feelingsimilar or corresponding to that of the other; the fact or capacity of entering into orsharing the feelings of another or others; fellow-feeling. Also, a feeling or frame of mindevoked by and responsive to some external influence. [source unknown]Sympathy then is not about "feeling sorry for someone". Sympathy is about "feeling ASsomething or someone other than self". Sympathy is therefore a form of LOVE orAFFINITY wherein two or more individuated objects feel/respond AS ONE - whathappens to one is experienced by both or all, concurrently and similarly. Hence twoperfectly tuned tuning forks (or any other objects) vibrate AS ONE would when either isstimulated into vibration or oscillation.
Figure 10.1 - Tuning Forks - As one vibrates so does the other10.02 - Reality vs Actuality
A difficulty encountered in understanding SVP is seeing beyond the illusions of what wethink we are seeing. What we think we see is our perception. Perception is never the same