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More positively, and just as importantly, process-relational thinking affirms that love also has causal efficacy in the world. The flow of experience constituting your conscious and unconscious self – including your love for others – also participates in the causal web of life as both effect and cause. That means that your experience of love can move your hands and arms to touch with gentleness, to hug with protectiveness, to reach out to others in ways that enact the causal power of your love in the world.
MESLE, C. Robert. Process-relational Philosophy: and introduction to Alfred North Whitehead. Pennsylvania: Templeton Foundation Press, 2008.