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The Physical Body and Space-Time


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Every aspect of our experience in this reality can be encompassed within the scope of physics and psychology.  Our consciousness falls within psychology and our interaction with the energy in the physical universe falls within physics.  This post is about our interaction with the physical universe via these bodies we are united with in order to directly experience the Earth environment.

We are consciousness, or energy that is described In our Earth lingo as “consciousness”. This is just a term to describe a concept.  When we sleep, our vivid dreams play out as an alternate reality, seeming to be every bit as real as our experience here.  After death, this experience here will be remembered as if a dream, just images.  But our dreams during sleep here are very real in a 3 dimensional way.  Sometimes they are difficult to discern from the ‘reality’ we experience here.  This dream world is the reality of consciousness.  We are every bit as real there as we appear to be here.  That is the after death reality, the eternal existence.  This is the dreamlike mortal existence which will always seem as if a movie (after death) because we are only observing images within the awareness of these forms we are in communion with.  The awareness of the body projects an image that we see.  

We exist in the reality of what is called dreamtime here.  A place that feels non-physical and outside of space-time.  We interact with the physical universe, manipulating the physical energy, represented as atoms, etc. from within dream space, or ‘heaven’, as some may call it.  We interact by observing and thinking.  When the bodies move, they do so because ourselves, our ‘consciousness’, imagined walking or opening a door, for instance.  We did not exert our own force to do this.  It only took an imagined event.  The body then gracefully expresses it.  These bodies are like any other creature on earth, but the brains are developed for interaction with consciousness so that the sentient being can be aware of its experience.  The body allows for multiple awareness to observe in parallel with it and still be aware of themselves.  

This can be confusing because the body has its own awareness.  When a separate consciousness is observing through the body, it is also aware of what the body is aware of.  This gives the consciousness, or sentient being, the illusion that his awareness includes the awareness of the body as if it were his own.  But his awareness is separate.  Mindfulness can help with exploration of this.  

In addition, other consciousness can intrude and project themselves into the awareness of the body so that there are now multiple awareness in the body.  A conscious person would notice the other sentient awareness if it is also conscious (not asleep) and ‘moving’ or thinking independently.  If all are thinking the same thoughts through the shared mind of the body, then they would be essentially in a dream state and not aware of eachother.  

So we exist in what we call non-physical space that we can access through our imagination, visualization and meditative techniques.  I’ll make a separate post on meditative technique.  The body exist in the physical universe and is made of physical matter, or stardust.  We are not.  Physical matter decays and changes, we are eternal.  When we experience death of the body, we are waking up to the fact that we fell asleep while observing the images of a body as we dreamed a life.  All of our feelings we felt through the body will no longer seem real, but that is another post.

The body, as a physical object occupying space, has, for conceptual reasons, the equivalent of a gravitational attraction.  The body is made up of living matter that is given “life” with the energy of consciousness.  In addition, our energy of consciousness is also interacting with it.  This consciousness energy has the effect of warping space like gravity.  Our thoughts within the shared mind of the body effect physical energy.  The more abundant the thought, the stronger the belief, the stronger the gravitational effect, such that the equivalent of gravity waves are emitted from this belief, attracting similar energy.  Our attention to our beliefs adds energy, increasing the amplitude of the ‘gravity’ wave, and thus the attraction.

For example, when we repeat an activity often enough, it becomes a habit.  A habit is an action carried out in an unthinking way.  There is a gravity well or groove or pattern in space created that the body just follows without you thinking.  You created this gravitational pattern by repeatedly performing an act with thought and attention, then gradually without thinking.  Like a pianist who practices a song until his fingers have memorized the movements, as in ‘body memory’.  The body moves through the path of least resistance in physical space, like water flowing, unless you force it to move differently.  Like when you are trying to break a habit.  It’s tough because of the pattern in physically you created that the body follows.  There is an inertial effect in breaking this pattern.

Other physical objects, such as other bodies are effected by your ‘gravitational’ pattern (field) or warping of physical energy that surrounds your consciousness energetic presence, or attention.  An example of this is the synchronization of feminine monthly period when women live close to eachother.  It is also how nature works in harmony.  All elements of physical nature have their own patterns they follow and these patterns effect eachother when they interact.  The patterns are due to thought energy of the consciousnesses putting their attention on Earth.  

We can effect eachother by warping space and sending physical vibrations through space.  Words are physical vibrations.  So is music and any sound.  If one body starts laughing near others, other bodies eventually begin laughing without your conscious mind even thinking about it.  When listening to music, the body wants to start moving.  This is due to the vibrations of space vibrating the body as well as the graceful expression of your consciousness self if the music touches the soul, which is another, shorter word for your self composed of consciousness energy.  This is quantum energy.  Quantum energy behaves differently than physical energy.  

When two people are talking they are usually not in a mindful state, which means they are not completely aware of why they are saying what they are saying, or why their bodies are doing what they are doing.  Most people are usually just reacting with an attitude.  The attitude is a projection of physical energy.  This means the body is not gracefully expressing your thoughts, it is being forced into a visage intentionally by your consciousness.  This is the expression of ego.  This projection effects physical matter by sending the equivalent of a patterned wave through physical matter that intersects the other body, which senses it at a level you may not notice.  The patterned physical wave then may cause an expression in the other body.  This expression, which may be felt by the other consciousness, has a cascading association of thoughts and feelings associated with it for the person effected.  Which means, they feel the face doing that and suddenly they have an attitude.  This resulting attitude is an unthinking reaction because the transfer of a physical pattern of energy.  This is why mindfulness is helpful.

When practicing mindfulness, you can eventually notice these things happening.  Your face, or the body’s face, when looking at someone who is angry, for instance, may change to your version of angry without you even noticing.  The suddenly, due to context, when you sense the face in this formation, angry emotions pop up.  This is resonance.  The person is sending negative thought energy toward you and you have angry thought energy within your energetic pattern that resonates.  So you are suddenly angry without knowing why, except, ‘just because they are’.   

This physical effect we have on eachother, which can result in unthinking reactions when we are not paying attention, only works in physical space.  Our actual selves exist in non-physical and cannot effect eachother in this way.  That’s why it’s called ‘heaven’ :).  Just keep in mind that we are dreaming now.  That these bodies are separate beings we are co-creating with, just as if we projected into a primate.  And that what we call ‘afterlife’ or heaven or dreamtime is our actual reality.  And that we can access that reality now if we become very mindful of our existence.  


Creation and God

T- 6.V.C.9

“Truth is without illusions and therefore within the Kingdom. Everything outside the Kingdom is illusion. When you threw truth away you saw yourself as if you were without it. By making another kingdom that you valued, you did not keep only the Kingdom of God in your mind, and thus placed part of your mind outside it. What you made has imprisoned your will, and given you a sick mind that must be healed. Your vigilance against this sickness is the way to heal it. Once your mind is healed it radiates health, and vigilant on God’s behalf. The ego speaks against His creation, and therefore engenders doubt. You cannot go beyond belief until you believe fully.”
– A Course In Miracles

Truth is a universal law or set of laws that applies regardless of belief.  Like the Law of Attraction.  Illusions are perceptions that result from beliefs.  Beliefs result from thoughts you keep thinking and experience.  Thoughts result from perception.  So illusion can be self-reinforcing.  To break free of an illusion, you to to apply conscious will to change a belief, by thinking new thoughts to create new experiences.  This re-inforces your new belief until it is some thing you no longer consciously think about and it recedes into your ‘subconscious’ mind.  Everyone one has a subconscious filled with unrecognized beliefs.  If you are happy, the beliefs are working for you.  If you are conflicted, you have a preferred belief arguing with your actual belief.  If you are miserable, you have beliefs that are betraying you. 

The ‘Kingdom’ referred to in the quote above is the physical reality in which we live.  The truths are the universal laws.  The physical reality exists due to the universal laws which can be regarded as the beliefs of God.  So say God is holding these beliefs as his truths.  He is like a person on Earth who created a society with a worldview, a thought system with a set of rules.  As he views his creation, he decides it would be nice to have someone to share it with and so has kids.  His kids are consciousness who for some reason we’re attracted to Earth to experience his world.  He loves his world and his kids.  He wants his kids to love his world or at least share in his love for it.  If they don’t, that’s ok because he loves them unconditionally.  They are free to be themselves, express themselves as they see fit.  It would hurt him to experience their rejection of him or his world, but as any parent would, he would still love them and wait for them to discover theirselves and eventually come to appreciate his world and him.  Like they did when they first decided to participate in it in the first place.  

In the quote, making another kingdom refers to the people who came into this world and rejected the rules, beliefs of the creator of it and made their own rules.  Their own rules were created from their thoughts which a rose from their perceptions, which formed beliefs and solidified illusions.  And are now self-perpetuating.  They are illusions because they can be changed with conscious will.  Maybe this world hurt and they weren’t use to hurt and so they fell out of sync with the unconditional love provided by the creator of it because how could he love us if this happened to me?  So their perception of this reality is now defined by their experiences which may have been misunderstood.  If you did not create this reality, then you do not have the knowledge and experience of the original creator to navigate it in joy.  Not until you start thinking like  a creator as opposed to one who looks to the original creator to take care of him or fix things for him, or just accuse him of creating a sucky experience.  The original creator, ‘God’ loves life, his creation, and matches that love with anyone who can feel it.

Think like a creator.  Think like an equal to God, as if you’ve finally grown up and you can look Dad in the eyes as an equal and say, ‘thank you, Dad for bringing me into this world, for providing me with loving care and supporting me as I struggled to learn about myself.  I know now that we are brothers.  I hope you can love my creations as much as I love yours.’

Using The Spoken Word Mindfully

The concepts here are from the book,  ‘The Energy of Words: Use the Vibration of Language to Manifest the Life You Desire

What we say to others, and even more importantly, what we say to ourselves, has a resonance, a vibrational frequency that is put out into the world.
As with anything you choose, the way you feel about the words you decide to include in your vocabulary every day – in your thought processes, speech patterns, or written expressions – shapes the way they will affect your life.  …we assign feelings associated with words based on our personal experiences involving those words.  The feelings we hold about something have a great deal to do with how we perceive it, and our perception is precisely how we shape our reality.  As an example, swear words only have a bad connotation if you associated it with a negative emotion from a previous experience.

You communicate with either written or spoken words.  Spoken words are delivered with your own attitude and your own vibration and received by another through the filter of their own beliefs and attitude.  Someone can make a joke with a sarcastic attitude that others may not find funny because their attitude doesn’t match.  Vibrationally, the effect a spoken word has on a person depends on how they choose to respond to it.

The written word effects the reader based on their interpretation or attitude toward the phrases he is reading.  The effect of the words on the reader is also dependent on the reader’s beliefs about the author.  The reader is choosing to respond to the words based on his/her beliefs about the attitude of the author and beliefs about what attitude the vocabulary is conveying.

By being mindful of what you speak and write and your response to the words you are using to communicate, you can get a better picture of how you are presenting yourself to the world.  If you imagine a person saying those words back to you, then that shows the attitude that you are presenting to the world.  This attitude, or set of beliefs attracts people and circumstances which resonate with that attitude/belief system.  By consciously changing your written and spoken words, you can change your attitude and change what you attract into your life.

Emotional resonance with words, spoken or written, reflect your true self, or set of beliefs.  If there is no emotional resonance, the word has no meaning, no impact vibrationally.

A recommended exercise from the book:

For one day, pay attention to the words you say, think and write most frequently.  When you notice a frequently used word that has an emotional resonance, write it down.  At the end of the day, take the 10 words you used most often and make a list.  Make a note of the ratio of positive to negative to give yourself an idea of the quality of experience you are attracting into your life.  The goal is to transition your negative words to positive ones. As you speak more positively, you think more positively.  As you think more positively, this reinforces the positive spoken and written word until you have completely transitioned your most frequently used words into positive ones.

An example list from book:

can’t ——>  know
hope ——>  trust
no way —>   absolutely
won’t —–>   powerful
whatever –> always
problem —> allow

maybe —–> fearless

Steps recommended to transform your negative patterns to positive ones,

1.  Identify your negative patterns
Look back to traumatic events in your life and examine how they made you feel.  Write a short list of words inspired by reflection on these events and how they made you feel.  Then align words from this list with your previous list by looking for the closest match.

2. Choose the right words to change your patterns
After comparing the words from your reflection on the negative experiences to the top 10 list, identify which words on the top 10 list may have originated from the experience (or have been reinforced).  Re-examine the traumatic experiences in a way that will allow you to convert the negative vocabulary into a more positive one.  For example, if you were consistently told as a child that you can’t, you can spin that into ‘I am open to the possibility.’

3.  How do you want to rewrite your story?
For example, if you were bullied as a child and experienced feelings of insignificance, helplessness, being lost or frustration, this can result in an ingrained sense of inadequacy as an adult.  As a result, when re-examining this experience, you may come up with words such as well, maybe, if, whatever.  These can be replaced by powerful, self-assured words like yes, absolutely and capable.
Doing this consistently whenever you catch yourself using a dis-empowering word can result in a complete turnaround in your attitude and experience in the area in life which you would like to improve.  Read more in the book, The Energy of Words: Use the Vibration of Language to Manifest the Life You Desire
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