Many Things - The Time Domain:
All that we can see or feel, all that we can perceive or conceive, all that we can experience or even be aware of - these are all components of a manifold that we refer to as the Time Domain. It is within this domain that all action and interaction takes place. The Time Domain can be seen as a heterogeneous collection of all that exists...and every object, every event, every thought, and every action occupies a discreet space/time position within this manifold.
To facilitate understanding and interaction, we can effectively divide the Time Domain manifold as it relates to our human system into three sub-domain "states": 1) Physical / Morphological, 2) Mental / Emotional, and 3) Intangible / Spiritual. Each complex occurrence or manifestation in the Time Domain is comprised of fundamental elements present within one or more of these states.
When we wish to change something within a given state of the Time Domain, we typically target the thing or condition that we wish to alter and determine some modality or method of effecting that change from within that same state. In almost all cases, however, that which we wish to change has roots that extend far beyond the state of its overt manifestation. In dealing solely with the most visible component, we would neglect the complex network of Time Domain elements which, working in concert, brought about that manifestation...and by merely eliminating or suppressing the manifestation, we leave its formative network to essentially build some other Time Domain manifestation in its place.
Since each condition or occurrence in the Time Domain represents a vast and interwoven fabric of dynamic components, it would seem impossible to wholly address anything that we wish to effect change upon. We would have to trace the entire generative network of the target manifestation back to its origin(s) - addressing each element as it was encountered - before we could consider the target manifestation to be truly changed. A practical solution to this never-ending recursive spiral would be to finds a means by which the entire network within the Time Domain manifold could be treated as one thing.
One Thing - The Spectral Domain:
In the Time Domain, we see that every subject, event, occurrence or interaction is comprised of a collection of dynamic components, and that we could further subdivide these components into their constituent parts. If we kept up this recursive process until there were no further subsets, we would ultimately arrive at the singular, most fundamental component from which the complexities of the Time Domain are constructed. We refer to this component as the "Partial", and the entirety of the Time Domain can be seen as a homogenous collection of Partials. These Partials differ from each other and may be fully described with three universal properties: their "Magnitude", their "Phase", and their distance from a central, fixed point called the "Origin".
In order to work coherently, functionally and practically with the Partials, we have to shift from the dynamics of the Time Domain into a new environment: the "Spectral Domain". Within this Spectral Domain, all things exist and coexist as one thing - a singular, unified, homogenous whole...effectively as if all being "in the same place at the same time". Thus, the Spectral Domain provides us with a "map" and a "script" - a means of working with a complex, manifold Time Domain subject as a single, integral essence.
By addressing the "map" and "script" of the Spectral Domain as a whole, we ensure that our efforts toward effecting change and transformation will impact each element in the vast and interwoven fabric of dynamic components that constitute the whole of our Time Domain subject. And by "fine tuning" our resources to the Magnitudes and Phases of the formative Partials, we further address the whole of our Time Domain subject from its manifestation all the way back to its Origin.
Our Template - Harmonic Law:
Having a standard of measure is critical to working in any environment - such is the case with the Spectral Domain. The standard of measure - or "Template" - that we use in working with the Spectral Domain is that of "Harmonic Law". Harmonic Law can be thought of as the Spectral equivalent of a jigsaw puzzle, where there are exactly enough pieces to complete the picture (neither having too many nor too few), and each piece fits perfectly with those pieces surrounding it. Using the Template of Harmonic Law as a model, we can make certain that our efforts and resources are optimized for effecting change and transformation upon our measured subject.
Our Bridge - Algorithm:
Throughout the course of transformational workings, it becomes necessary to move freely between the Time and Spectral Domains. To facilitate this, some manner of "Bridge" is required to connect the two domains. The tools and materials that we have employed in constructing this Bridge are collectively known as "Algorithm". Simply put, an Algorithm is like a machine that is built to carry out some particular, defined function - such as the transition between the Time and Spectral Domains or the formulation of the Template of Harmonic Law.
A most unique property of Algorithm is that it is "domain independent". In other words, a true Algorithm generated to effect transformation upon one thing can be applied equally to any other thing, regardless of its domain of origin or manifestation. This lends a quality of "universality" to all resources that are employed through Algorithm. Thus, independent of the initial source and state of a given resource, by transforming it into its constituent Partials and integrating these into the Template of Harmonic Law, the resource gains the ability to permeate the entire Time Domain framework of the target subject in accordance with its function.
In our efforts to effect change and transformation upon something, we often select a method or modality that best applies to the observed condition of the subject. And, although this selection is made to the best of our abilities, it cannot truly encompass the entirety of that which must be addressed from its origin to its manifestation, including all of the diverse elements and states within its generative framework. Algorithmic integration provides us a means by which to transcend the boundaries of domain and state, as well as the limitations of specific methods and modalities, so that our best efforts may find optimal application within the whole of the complex structure of our subject.