The Egyptian Emerald Tablets and Hermetic texts introduced us to the term "as above so below". There are many interpretations of this: good and evil, heaven and hell, macrocosm and microcosm, but have we misinterpreted these words? Do they mean something completely different than our original analogy?
What if the word "above" refers to an energetic grid that encompasses the earth, storing every single thought that humanity has experienced - a sort of computer of human consciousness. If this just 'floats above us' be that in the stars or just above our planet, then what good can this do for the earth? But what if there is another grid that is 'below' our feet relaying this information from above and harmonising with and becoming one with Mother Earth? What if this other grid is something that we are so used to seeing that it goes unnoticed? If you go outside and look around you will probably see some type of vegetation, all with root systems that interconnect below our feet, within the earth - in the form of trees and plants.
In 2013, Professor David Johnson of the University of Aberdeen, UK, conducted experiments to show that information could travel between plants with the help of a fungus by the name of Mycorrhizae. This fungus is found in undisturbed soil and connects to the roots of the plant which in turn links with fungi from other plants creating a solid network similar to fibre optic cables, known as common mycelial networks (CMNs). This is a symbiotic relationship, plants provide the fungi with food in the form of carbohydrates and in exchange, the fungi help the plants ingest water, and provide nutrients like phosphorus and nitrogen, via their mycelia. By linking to the fungal network, plants can therefore help out their neighbours by sharing nutrients and information. Now let us take that one stage further - what if this network is providing information to planet earth, in other words taking the data from the Grid of Human Consciousness 'above' us and relaying it to the earth, so that the planet can evolve in line with human consciousness. This could give a whole new meaning to our collective consciousness thoughts.
There has recently been an increase in both awareness and involvement in collective consciousness experiments - mass healings for the planet that occur globally at exactly the same time which magnify the thought waves of a particular thought pattern.
When human consciousness becomes coherent, the behaviour of random systems may change. Dr. Robert Jahn of Princeton Research set up an experiment to determine the effects of the mind's intention on the physical world. Machines called random number generators (RNG's) were made to replicate a coin flip and record the results over time. The machine performed 200 flips per second and produced an average mean of 100, as expected. When the machine was left unattended, it continued to produce results that suggested a 50/50 chance of producing either heads or tails. However, when human intention started to interact with the machine, the once random 50/50 chance of producing heads or tails began to deviate from the expectation as the observer began to intend for the numbers to be higher or lower.
Likewise, when a great event synchronizes the feelings of millions of people, our network of RNGs becomes subtly structured. This evidence suggests an emerging noosphere* or unified field of consciousness as described by sages throughout all cultures. We have seen evidence of this in both a positive and negative frame: from the death of notable people such as Princess Diana and Nelson Mandela; world disasters and warmongery to the positive union of large groups of people celebrating events such as the Olympic games and Royal Weddings.
Many people are championing these consciousness experiments with one of the forerunners being Lynne McTaggart. As can be seen from the above examples, there are many more negative than positive events that currently dominate our world news and to raise the frequency of consciousness, an abundance of positive collective consciousness exercises are paramount. Rollin McCraty, Director of The Heartmath Institute says of Lynne McTaggart's book:
"The best synthesis and overview yet of the science showing that we are interconnected with each other, our planet, and the universe itself, at a deep and fundamental level. McTaggart makes it clear that our beliefs, emotions, and actions are influencing our world all the time and calls for new conscious intention to participate in facilitating the transformation in consciousness the planet is currently experiencing."
So, it is claimed that we can change the world simply by using our own energy. Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, professor of physics at St. Petersburg State Technical University, states that when we think positive and negative thoughts, each have a different impact on our surrounding environment. He says "We are developing the idea that our consciousness is part of the material world and that with our consciousness we can directly influence our world".
The late Dr Masaru Emoto a Japanese author and researcher who is better known for his interpretation of water crystals also claimed that human consciousness has an effect on its surroundings - in this instance on the molecular structure of water.
With the advancement of quantum physics, many individuals are suggesting the correlation between collective thought and the creation or moulding of reality. But as we cannot see energy very easily with the human eye, this makes it difficult for our minds to comprehend such a feat without the scientific measurements to verify what is happening. However, if we know something to be true, then does this mean that sooner or later we have the ability to observe it and that this can then become reality? For when we observe something, quantum physics tells us that the outcome is real, but as we have mentioned previously, this depends entirely upon the observer's thought patterns. Scientists have just observed the earth's gravitational waves, the existence of which was first demonstrated in the 1970's and 80's by Joseph Taylor, Jr. and colleagues (who were later awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics) however Albert Einstein knew about gravitational waves back in 1915.
So, with the knowledge of the grid of human consciousness, does this mean that we can now observe this and depending upon our thought patterns, we can create our reality? Not only above, but also below, thus creating the evolution or the destruction of planet earth?
*A postulated sphere or stage of evolutionary development dominated by consciousness, the mind and interpersonal relationships. Oxford English Dictionary
About the Author:
Jeni Powell MCIPD, founder of The Crystal Balance Company is a specialist in crystals and energy healing. She is the creator of Crystal Balance energy sprays (including the Grid of Human Consciousness spray) and provides certified training and workshops in crystals, energy healing and space clearing. Connect with Jeni at http://www.crystalbalance.co.uk or https://www.facebook.com/crystalbalance