OK, what you're saying makes sense. I'm learning to change perspective requires making it logical to the current perspective. But, can you explain how to "utilize" the potential of the energy of the hurricane? Quoting: Unit3
"Potential energy" is a symbol that does not interact.
Its basic formula is 5-3=2* (Symbol without interaction equals possibility)
To utilize the potential energy of a hurricane, or anything else, realize that both where you are and where you want to be are the same place
(only apparently separate in your perspective).
[Note that the hurricane itself does not potential energy, as it interacts. However, it is one of the byproducts of potential energy units. Particularly the strong nexuses from 17, 18, 19.]
Therefore, imagine how where you 'want' to be and where you are now are interacting in the same way.
This makes where you want to be more logical to your perspective and, thus, more likely that you will experience it.
It is like if you wanted to meet a celebrity so you joined the same health club (space/potential energy/possibility) in order to take advantage of the potential energy that the health club provides.
Here you are taking advantage of the potential energy that an earthquake (per Unit3's desire for an island around the big earthquake in Canada a few days ago) or a superstorm presents.
*where symbol/representation = 5, interaction = 3, potential energy/possibility/space = 2 (and logic = 1)
hope this helps :)