no force capable of producing definite results
Fig. 8. Vague Pure Affection.
“...a revolving cloud of pure affection, and except for its vagueness it represents a very good feeling. The person from whom it emanates is happy and at peace with the world... The feeling which gives birth to such a cloud is pure of its kind, but there is in it no force capable of producing definite results.” (p 40)
ex Annie Besant (1847-1933 *) and Charles Webster Leadbeater (1854-1934 *). Thought-Forms. London and Benares: The Theosophical Publishing Society, 1905
odd (and sole) result from search for static + “film emulsion” + figure.
What forces us to think is the sign.
Gilles Deleuze, Proust and Signs : The Complete Text (1972; Minnesota, 2000): 97-98
clouds; fading into invisibility; signs
Annie Besant & C. W. Leadbeater, Thought-Forms (1905); Gilles Deleuze