The proverbial eye of god through which the universe sees me is also the eye through which I see the universe. As far as we know at present, we humans are the most advanced intelligence existing in the world. We are made of the same ingredients of energy and matter as everything else in the cosmos. As strange as this may seem on the surface, on a molecular level there is no difference between me, you, the screen on which you read this sentence, and planet Mars. This consciousness animates…Continue
This mental imagery technique helps you gain a perspective of your entire journey through life. The subconscious mind processes information not in terms of words and numbers but in terms of images and pictures. Mental imagery tools are effective communication channels to the body’s autonomic nervous system, the part of the neural network that regulates basic bodily functions, such as heart rate, blood pressure, and digestion. In this way, mental imagery techniques help you to manage your…Continue
Below are three out of countless examples throughout human history which illustrate the changing nature of what we believe to be possible at a given period in time:
- Before Roger Bannister became the first human in 1954 to break the four-minute barrier in a mile, it was widely believed that no human would ever run a mile at under four minutes. It was considered to be physically impossible for humans to run at that speed. Bannister had run in the 1952 Helsinki Olympics and finished…Continue
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We are living at a remarkable period in time. Emerging fields of new cosmology, neuroplasticity, superstring theory, and epigenetics are presenting a view of humankind as the eyes, ears, and mind of the cosmos with far more to discover in the world inside us than in the universe at large.
To help you better understand your instrument of mind, body, and energy we first go out into the universe at large and then bring that large universe back into your own body. The discoveries of the…Continue