Key #5: Science meets Spirituality
New discoveries are challenging and/or shattering our understanding of the world. Here is an overview of what the future (or the now) holds.
I spontaneously started to do astral projections during my childhood and was fascinated by the “mysterious” from an early age. I attended ESP (ExtrasenSory Perception) workshops in my late teens and belonged to a group of ufologists, with whom I hiked mountains on specific days, in hopes of seeing some alien ships.
A spiritual journey
Having “an experience with Jesus” around age 10 led me to read the Bible at an early age. I later got disappointed, and became a scientific atheist, then an agnostic. In my teens, I started to study Zen Buddhism and traveled through Europe (I was born and raised in Switzerland) to India and Nepal, in a spiritual quest (no drugs involved) to “find out more.” I visited several ashrams. During one of my visits to the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in New Delhi, the Guru told me, “You can travel around the world several times, without finding wisdom. It is inside of you.” He then sent me to meditate on Sri Aurobindo’s tomb.
Science meets spirituality
Interestingly, meditation and mindfulness are now in full swing in the United States, thanks mostly to Dr. Herbert Benson, associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, pioneer in mind/body medicine, who bridged the fields of spirituality and healing, medicine and religion, East and West, belief and science.
His extensive research of Transcendental Meditation, and his expeditions to Asian monasteries, where he studied the physical, mental and emotional states of monks during their feats (drying frozen sheets on their naked body while sitting in the snow, by mind power alone), now allow western cultures to replicate these states more rapidly, without having to spend decades of practice.
The field of quantum physics has brought new understanding to the world we live in. Understanding may be too strong of a word, as the more we dive into the field, the more bizarre it becomes, an Alice in Wonderland type experience. However, we can sift through and find practical applications for our daily lives, which might enhance our journey on Planet Earth.
3 minutes to shrink a bladder tumor
For those of you who have watched the movie What the Bleep Do We Know!? (if you have not, it is highly recommended), remember when Amanda watched a kid playing basketball? When she watches him, there is only one way the ball is being thrown. When she turns around, there are innumerable possibilities. This principle has been applied in a clinic in China, where practitioners have trained themselves to focus on one possibility only: healing. You can find several Youtube videos showing the shrinking of a cancerous bladder tumor in 3 minutes, during a presentation by Gregg Braden, who is also a pioneer in bridging science and spirituality. Here is a link to one of them.
Science is changing our perception of space and time. There is only the present, here. The past and the future may only exist in our imagination and through our belief system. If everything is present, already here, we can access the future now.
We live in a unified field, which means everyone and everything are connected. There is evidence that plants do speak to each other, understand us, can remember and learn in their own way. We are connected.
At the beginning, I mentioned that I started to spontaneously access altered states of consciousness during my childhood. I remember that during school tests, I would “travel” to get the information I needed. If time and space are in the now and here, and all is connected, it is easier to understand how astral travel might work.
Stop cancer growth
Dr. Laskow, a gynecologist and surgeon, studied the frequency of universal love. During an experiment, he was connected to different devices, to monitor EEG-Electroencephalogram, ECG-Electrocardiogram, EMG-Electromyogram and HRV-Heart-Rate-Variability. When the frequencies were congruent, resonating at the “love frequency,” as he calls it, he could stop the growth of cancer cells, or protect bacteria from the attacks of antibiotics.
During one of his workshops, we had to cut an orange in two, give energy to one-half and remove the energy of the other half. The half that was given energy became juicier, while the other dried quickly, and even got mold on it, in one instance.
The Bible talks about the fruits of the spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Emotions are frequencies. We can tune into these frequencies. If we can bear these fruits, it means that, at our deepest core, they must already be there in seed form. What would happen if we were to water them, and amplify their energy?
Being WHO WE TRULY ARE, our authentic selves, is the road to a life of love and miracles.
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