By Russell Symonds
While thinking purely on terms of external, material existence, the idea of a single, universal consciousness that links the entire universe together into a great “Oneness” or “Wholeness” is often repelled as being too foreign a concept. However, all the great religions throughout the history of humanity have taught the reality or existence of a Supreme Being. Therefore there is some familiarity with this concept of a universal power or force such as the “Law of Attraction” already present in conventional thinking, yet this concept is often quite limited and quite distorted by all manner of religious dogmatic restraints while often being completely rejected by modern materialistic science.
Modern materialists find themselves seemingly stuck in a rigid, external, objective physical reality firmly anchored in time and space. Linear, objective thinking about an external reality utterly separated from our inner Self, dreams and mythology is the way of modern materialistic scientific thought. It is no doubt a valid reality to itself in that it operates quite logically within the framework it provides. However, like any other framework or paradigm, it has to break down at some point. If humanity is to continue to expand its horizons, this materialistic way of thinking should neither be rejected nor isolated, but combined or added to whatever new or different paradigms that come along.
There is another paradigm completely opposite to the above system of thinking where one’s internal reality (consciousness) is the exact same thing as one’s external reality. In other words, the two, seemingly separate realities are thought to be actually one and the same thing. Additionally, instead of consciousness being an artifact of the physical brain as insisted upon by the materialists, it is actually the foundation of all existence or everything in the universe. Conventional scientists, while confronted with the rather vivid UFO encounters, remote viewing, near-death and out-of-body experiences of certain individuals, simply dismiss these encounters with higher realities as hallucinations or the antics of oxygen deprived brains. Because of the serious clash with conventional scientific “wisdom” that these experiences threaten to create, any valid evidence of an afterlife and/or extraterrestrial civilization is initially completely rejected! As a result of this ever-growing abundance of undeniable UFO, paranormal, and “afterlife” evidence, more and more scientists and mainstream academic teachers every year are having to keep their beliefs to themselves for fear of losing their positions!
For a leading conventional physician or scientist to suddenly realize that all one’s thoughts originate from a universal and timeless quantum field rather than from within the physical brain would be quite a shock, leading to having to resign or be fired from his post if he ever tried to convey to others the knowledge of this one idea and related concepts. The ever-growing and now quite popular idea that there is indeed a “Law of Attraction” most clearly presented by the soul group, “Abraham” through the channel, Esther Hicks, completely goes against all the logic and reason of mainstream science and what many academic authorities would warn you against as being a most self-deceptive matter of extreme scientific “heresy.” Intuitively, however, Abraham’s teachings seem utterly logical and correct, at least from the idea that it is always far wiser to think only the kindest, most uplifting and constructive, unifying thoughts of love and harmony rather than thoughts of fear, separation and destruction.
Fortunately, many quantum physics researchers are saying that on a subatomic level, there is a profound connection between the observer and what is being observed, all being part and parcel of what is known as the “Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle” which states that the velocity of a subatomic particle can only be determined to the extent that its actual position cannot. The entire concept of quantum physics describes the actual mechanisms underlying the basis of material existence supported with a universal “zero point field” and an intersection with parallel universes and/or other dimensions. According to The Tao of Physics by Fritjof Capra, all matter in the universe is an interconnected “event matrix” illumined by and affected by the mind and consciousness of the observer. In other words, the observer is not only an essential part of reality, but reality is also influenced by the methods used by the observer to measure it. “…with what measure ye mete, It shall be measured unto you again.” (St. Matthew 7:2)
How one measures or observes reality seems to drastically effect the outcome of the measurement. Reality is interpreted in many ways all ultimately turning back toward consciousness, belief systems and the thought processes themselves. There is some kind of inverse relationship between the observer and what is observed rather like the number two (2) and its opposite value or multiplicative inverse, one-half (1/2). When these opposite values are multiplied with each other, the outcome must always become one. For the combined value of each to remain balanced at the point of “oneness,” one has to constantly effect the other. Hence, we measure, experience and create our own reality with our own belief systems, feelings and ideas.
The universe constantly crystalizes (manifests) around our most strongly held convictions, emotions and beliefs in the same manner as ice crystals form around their own geometric pattern or blueprint resulting in six-sided formations or hexagrams. This means whatever one concentrates on long enough, it will find its way into the experiencer’s life. However, belief systems and emotions are often subconscious and very tricky business to handle well enough to create the changes that one really wants to take place. If one feels absolutely no control over one’s life, that’s what one will continue to manifest. On the other hand, a life-long focus on God, on Spirit, on love, on all things elegant and desirable, will eventually manifest the same effects in the external physical world. To change one’s life and perspective for the better requires a certain amount of time, faith, inner joy, and a continually calm and effective daily meditation on the very qualities and effects one considers most desirable or positive.
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Russell Symonds (Shaktivirya) has dedicated his life to finding wholeness and is living the “wholeness” lifestyle. His website, Science of Wholeness is a spiritual and nutritional information and research center dedicated to helping you find your keys to wholeness (everlasting joy, love, bliss, rejuvenation, and much, much more). Wholeness can be many things and his website not only duscusses all the different aspects of wholeness but also all the different ways toward wholeness. There is no greater thing of beauty, value and joy as wholeness!
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