Here is a GREAT video, featuring David Lynch, Wyane Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Gregg Braden and more. They explain in ten minutes that the substance of the universe is consciousness. They tell us we only have fear when we believe that the substance of the universe is matter.
You are the master and creator of your HoloDeck and all of the virtual experiences, running as programs on your HoloDeck. They seem so real to you that you call them your life experience.
A common question from people who come for readings is, “How can I learn to create my reality?” Guidance always says you cannot learn it. You cannot learn what you already know. You cannot learn it because you are already doing it — every second, every minute, every day, every situation.
What you can learn is to pay attention to how you do it. Pay attention to the repeating patterns in your life. Especially the ones you are trying to prevent or the things you are trying to avoid. The repeating patterns in your life are the programs you are running on your HoloDeck. Everything in your life is running on your HoloDeck, every experience, situation, observation is on your HoloDeck and the repeating patterns are the obvious evidence of it.
I knew a guy many years ago who kept having problems with burglaries and vandalism. Austin (not his real name) moved to a better neighborhood. Another burglary. Continue reading →
Today is the 41st anniversary of the first person walking on the moon. Less than 8 years earlier, on September 12, 1962, President John F. Kennedy gave the “We Choose to Go to the Moon” speech announcing plans to go to the Moon before the end of the decade.
What an ambitious task! Especially in retrospect. Given the technology of 48 years ago when the announcement was made and 41 years ago when Apollo 11 went to the moon, it seems like they did the impossible. We have 10 times more memory and computing power in the average smart phone today than the astronauts had on their spaceship. Can you imagine using your iPhone or BlackBerry as your only computing resource for space travel?
Henry Ford is credited with saying, “Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right.” NASA, the astronauts and their support systems believed they could achieve this monumental goal in the 1960s.
Most people alive today do not remember Apollo 11. They have grown up watching Star Trek, Star Wars, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate, etc. They think of warp drives, worm holes, “Beam me up, Scotty,” and cloaking devices as the technologies that go with space travel. Apollo 11 had none of that and yet they made it to the moon, and to me the more amazing part — they made it back to Earth safely!
Your experience of the world is entirely up to you. Albert Einstein said that the most important decision you will make in your life is whether you believe you live in a friendly universe or a hostile universe.
If you believe the universe is hostile, you experience lots of obstacles in your life. It may go something like this. Everything is hard. People are not to be trusted. You have to struggle to get “your share.” Others are plotting against you or trying to take what is yours. There are dangers everywhere, in the form of germs, disease, “bad” people, smog, traffic, disasters, terrorists, politicians, etc.
If you believe the universe is friendly, you experience life as one lesson after another that contributes to your growth. You feel the universe is plentiful and you will always have enough. You know you are taken care of and that Source is always looking out for you. The people you meet are friendly, compassionate and fun to be with. You know there is a ‘gift’ with every challenge. You expect situations to work out for the best.
There has been much attention paid to “The Secret” book and movie in the past couple of years. It has wonderful, inspiring information. But the information is not new. As they state in the movie, this “secret” has been known by successful people throughout history.
Napoleon Hill, the author of “Think and Grow Rich” talks about the importance of what you think and how it it creates your reality. He doesn’t call it the Law of Attraction, but it is the same thing. He says our greatest riches are given to us at birth in the form of the power to control our mind in order to manifest what we want.
W. Clement Stone’s “The Success System that Never Fails” is available in 12 parts. Jack Canfield credits Stone with teaching him the Law of Attraction and starting him on the path to success. Stone lived to be 100. He passed away in 2002. When he talks about selling papers a age 6, he is talking about 1908 in Chicago. He started out in poverty. His father gambled away the family money before he died when little Clement was only 3 years old. Stone became a very successful man.
Here are Parts 1, 2 and 3 so you can follow on from there.
Quantum Physics tells us that everything in the universe only exists as possibilities or probabilities. They often call it “waves of possibility.”
Everything exists as a possibility, but only APPEARS to exist as a reality when the observer, through conscious choice, chooses a possibility — collapsing the wave into a single possibility.
I have always wondered why we keep choosing the same reality — continuing the same narrative — especially when it is a reality we want to change. I am still working on that one — how do we switch from an illusion that does not please us to an illusion that does? It seems like memory is a critical part of it.
Amit Goswami, Ph.D has written several books, including “The Self-Aware Universe.” He explains this stuff very well, so I am including some videos by him and Joe Dispenza to explain it. Joe Dispenza describes it from a slightly different point of view, and the addition of his brain-scientist point of view makes it more understandable.
Today is Pi day. It is also Albert Einstein’s birthday. Happy Birthday, Albert!
I have a poster with a portrait of Albert Einstein on it. Underneath the image, it says “Imagination is more important than Knowledge.” What a mighty statement! When I first got it (around 1980)I loved the statement but thought of it as a sort of “artistic” statement. Imagination, the creative, artistic act outweighed knowledge, the scientific element.
Now, because I understand that my thoughts create my reality, I know that imagination is far more important than knowledge. Imagination represents what is possible. Knowledge represents what we have observed or been told is true. Imagination is infinite. Knowledge is finite. Imagination is not limited by what we believe is possible. Imagination is a tool by which we can expand and grow our reality beyond “what is” now. Knowledge defines the boundaries of limitation.
I remember when I asked my guidance about a situation that had occurred (around 1985). I asked, “Was that real or was it just my imagination?” Spirit replied, “Why do you think there is a difference?” That was an “aha” moment for me. It was only my limited, unimaginative thinking that thought there was a difference.
I’ve heard that Einstein was an inductive reasoner. I am an inductive reasoner, so that idea interested me. Books will tell you that an inductive reasoner tends to go from the specific to the broad whereas deductive reasoners go from the broad to the specific. Inductive reasoning is more open and intuitive, seeing relationships among things observed. Deductive reasoning is more plodding and methodical, testing each step along the way, as in the scientific method.
These videos are from a presentation by Dr. Wayne Dyer and Dr. Bruce Lipton done by Hay House. These guys are two of my favorite authors. They talk about various scientific discoveries that further support the roles of Mind and Thought in healing.
Everything in your Mind can fix everything in your body. Your Mind creates the environment for your cells. What you believe about your body and your health is important!
I love these videos! They act as nice, succinct reminders about how powerful we really are. I hope you love them, too.