The Theorem of Love, Ulisse di Corpo

With his characteristic clarity, Ulisse di Corpo explains the two solutions of Einstein’s well-known energy equation. He introduces entropy’s complimentary expression, syntropy, as an attractor, the law that governs the invisible world, as opposed to the causality of entropy, which governs the physical world. He explains that life is a balance, as all our attempts to increase syntropy produce entropy, and the challenge is to increase syntropy with as little entropic action as possible. The key is to use the heart as a compass, as the heart is the chief instrument for detecting attractors from the future. One of the problems of the emphasis on entropy is that we feel we exist, but feel ourselves to be nothing, so find no purpose in life. Meaning can only be found when we unite the entropic universe with our syntropic self. This is the movement from duality to nonduality, which is achieved through love.