What is a Neutrino?

atomspinAccording to science, neutrinos are subatomic particles that exist throughout the universe, are in constant motion, invisible but ever-present, and act as a sort of balancing factor to all visible matter. When we first read about neutrinos, no one had yet seen one, but scientists were certain that they must exist.

The human soul or spirit is also something that most people claim never to have seen, and so think does not exist. But if neutrinos exist and can't be seen, there must also be many other things that exist and can't be seen. Therefore, to us the neutrino is a symbol of all the unseen but nevertheless real parts of ourselves and the universe, which must be taken into account if we are to become whole and fully manifested.

We have given the Neutrino name to our family band, The Flying Neutrinos; to our round-the-world rafting crews, The Floating Neutrinos; and also to the Neutrino Movement, which is about getting free of all obstacles, internal and external, that block you from living your dream. Anyone who is struggling to be true to his or her deepest desires, and going through the fears and fog that have to be faced in order to live according to their own script, and not the one written for them by outside forces, is a Neutrino.

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