A Russian scientist is trying to convince people they can change the world simply by using their own energy. He claims that thinking in a certain way can have a positive or negative effect on the surrounding environment.
“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,” said Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, professor of physics at St. Petersburg State Technical University.To bridge our understanding of the unseen world of energy, scientific experiments are being carried out using a technique called bioelectrophotography.
The assumption is that we are constantly emitting energy. Bioelectrophotography aims to capture these energy fields seen as a light around the body — or what some people would call your aura.
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While others vibrate at a lower frequency and are responsive to our material/physical needs. Take a look at nine of the integrative auric layers and their function as it relates to the human energy system, as mentioned the whole system includes the charkas.
by Trish LeSage | Guest writer, In5D.com
We all know that there are many different kinds of love. There is romantic love, the love between parent and child, the love between siblings, the love between friends, the love between pet owner and pet, and many other kinds of love. However, when we speak of love in the 5th dimension, we are not limited to these kinds of love. Fifth dimensional love includes all of these kinds of love, and it also extends beyond the confines of 3rd dimension love to include other types of love.
For example, once one reaches fifth dimension consciousness, they automatically begin to feel love towards everyone. They begin to see themselves in everyone, and they feel a close connection to everyone. They cannot harm anyone nor anything, and they do not even think of harming others. They genuinely care about others. They, in other words, are heart centered.
Fifth dimensional love also extends beyond humanity to the animal, insect, and plant kingdoms and beyond. A person who reaches fifth dimension consciousness begins to feel a connection with mother nature and all of its creatures and feels as if they are one with the animal kingdom. The person may even begin to feel as though animals possess a human soul and human characteristics.
This 5th dimensional love also leads one to respect and to feel compassion for the animal, insect, and plant kingdoms. Genuinely caring about mother Earth and all of her occupants is of great importance and becomes a part of the 5th dimension human’s permanent behavior and becomes a permanent personality characteristic. It becomes a part of who the person is at their very core.
Once a person reaches fifth dimension consciousness, they feel so much joy and enthusiasm that they love their life. They love living, and they love life in general.
by M.J. Higby, Contributor | Waking Times
“Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming “Wow! What a Ride!” – Hunter S. Thompson
Steve Jobs once asked the question: “If today were the last day of your life, would you want to spend it the way that you’re about to?”
If you sit in a quiet place and think deeply about this question, it becomes scary, yet liberating. Scary because one day everything we love and everything we’ve become attached to will cease to exist through our eyes. Liberating because realizing this fact motivates us to contemplate how we walk in our daily lives.
For most of us our life story seems to become, slowly and imperceptibly, one that is mass-produced, like a product off of an assembly line. We are born and we grow into playful toddlers filled with a vast imagination and endless laughter. As we continue to grow, we’re told to study hard and long.
The world has become more competitive and this competition dictates that we put in the time necessary to ensure our success and survival. We get a safe secure job, not so we become wealthy, but just so we don’t become destitute. We are endlessly bombarded with commercial after commercial; pop up after pop up showing us the illusory, bullshit image of success. We buy that image with our dollars and credit cards thereby enslaving ourselves to pay it all back. In the process we lose touch with ourselves, our deepest desires and our sense of freedom.
We start a family pushing those same values on to our kids while we continue our own close-minded trajectory trying to stay within societies norm. Most of us walk the path of our lives, guided more so by avoiding what we don’t want than by moving towards what we do want. We move away from pain but not necessarily toward pleasure. And, as Tyler Durden, the protagonist in Fight Club said, “This is your life and it’s ending one minute at a time.”
RIGHT NOW (which means every moment of NOW, of course)– Keep the term “Paradigm Shift” in mind.
This will help you to maintain at least a semblance of equilibrium through whatever extreme emotional reactivity comes up in you while you are going through whatever you are going through– because it is FAR BIGGER than you “think.”
We are in a process of radical change the likes of which we’ve always dreamed of.
We dream ourselves into BEing. I learned that in my shamanic apprenticeship. That will soon be an awareness that not only shamans and mystics understand.
I’m sure you have dreamed of creating your own “reality” exactly as you wanted to experience it, right? Otherwise, you wouldn’t even be reading this. And even though you may have heard me say a hundred times that you’ve been dreaming “reality” all along– even if you’ve attended my workshops explaining how we do it– the “reality” you dreamed up either never arrived, or arrived so unlike the way you expected it to that you passed it by entirely. And there are reasons for both of those, which I’ve also explained, but never mind any of that NOW.
What you dream up for yourself NOW is going to become “real” so obviously and soincreasingly fast that the reasons why it did not before NOW are irrelevant.
It’s really good to know that before it becomes so obvious, however…. better to experience as little as possible of what you don’t want in order to get your own attention and begin creating what you do want.
Because the universe sure isn’t going to stop you from creating anything at all.
The universe is 100% behind you in supporting your creations, whatever they are. And you are so energetically interconnected with the universe that you aren’t even separate from it. The frequencies of every thought, every emotion, every action you take, every beat of your heart, ripples through the universe… and the universe responds.
Whatever you dream up, the universe is ON it.
We all know how intricate are the relationships between a single tree and the forms of life that live with it, and around it. But why are trees so important to human beings who are after all–as forms of life–so distinct and different from trees? Though distinctive and different, human beings are part of the same heritage of life.
The reason that trees and forests are so important to us, as human beings, has to do with the natural geometry of the universe. We must therefore distinguish between man-made geometry, stemming from Euclidean geometry, the geometry we learn at schools, from the natural geometry, especially the geometry of the living forms.
When Euclid was inventing his geometry, which has become the basis for man-made forms, the Greek reason was already corrupted by Aristotle’s analytical and classificatory approach to the world. With Socrates and Plato the Greek world is still held in unity and harmony. With Aristotle, we begin to divide and chop and atomize–put things into separate compartments, where they are identified by special labels called definitions.
Euclid and his geometry only reinforces the tendency to atomism, separatism, thinking in neat logical categories–here are the axioms, here are the rules of derivation, here are the theorems derived from the axioms through the accepted rules of derivation. All very neatly and rigorously defined. A triumph of the rational Western mind which is going to depend so much on the power of formal reasoning, on the meaning of axioms which will become the ultimate bricks out of which other things are to be constructed.
What should not escape our notice, in particular, is Euclid’s emphasis on the importance of the point, and of the straight line. Let us be aware that we never see the point because the point as such is invisible; we hardly meet a straight line in nature. Yet the architecture of the human world, or to be more precise of the world as constructed by modern man, is founded on the straight line and those invisible points.
Let us put the proposition in general terms: the geometry that dominates our lives, when we live in a city, in a modern house, or when we drive an automobile, is the geometry derived from the abstract system of man-made geometry. It is a geometry which, after a while, constrains and suffocates us.
The hedonic treadmill – or hedonic adaptation – are psychological terms used to describe the theory that humans have a base line emotional state that we all inevitably return to after events that cause us great happiness and personal gain or mass loss and sadness.
The consumer and capitalist ideals conditioned into and practiced by the majority of westerners is a prime example of this theory. Not a long period of time exists between obtaining a new sports car, a new job promotion or the latest smart phone until the insatiable desire for then next best thing is set into motion.
Let it be made clear that there is absolutely nothing wrong with the desire to strive, achieve and obtain. It is our birthright to pursue our passions and embody our dreams and ultimately to optimize ourselves. Yet there is a firm difference between achieving a goal and valuing the outcome in comparison to seeing an endeavor to completion to then disregarding the results in favor of continual and constant progression.
Fortunately, upon reflection of our rich and diverse past, we who inhabit the 21st century have been gifted with many different schools of thoughts and techniques that can help to remove us from this treadmill of unsatisfied desire and place us slowly strolling barefoot in the pastures of gratitude.
The philosophical school of Stoicism was founded by Zeno of Citium in Athens during the early 3rd century BC and was developed and pondered further by philosophers of such magnitude as Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius. One of the main teachings of this branch of thinking was to ward of destructive emotions through install thorough self-control.
“In the province of the mind, what one believes to be true is true or becomes true, within certain limits to be found experientially and experimentally. These limits are further beliefs to be transcended. In the mind, there are no limits” —The Center of the Cyclone, John C. Lilly, M.D.
Isolation tanks, or float tanks, are increasingly popular these days and can now be found in large cities throughout the US West. Celebrity Joe Rogan deserves some credit for spreading the word as he often raves on his podcast about the benefits he enjoys from owning a tank and floating regularly in his home. However, the person who deserves the most credit is a scientist named Dr John C. Lilly who invented the concept during the 1950s.
You may have heard of Lilly if you ever listened to The Joe Rogan Experience, and you can usually find one of Lilly’s books for sale at a float studio. Lilly did much more than pioneer this meditative therapy; he took the concept further than any of us can imagine. Lilly was fascinated with exploring the human mind, and unlike most scientists today he was willing to experiment with his own mind rather than the minds of his test subjects. One such experiment involved taking LSD and then entering his isolation tank on multiple occasions to learn more about human consciousness.
Since I was interested in having a similar experience, I decided to read his book The Center of the Cyclone prior to my first journey. The book is a personal account of his LSD-influenced isolation tank experiences along with other stories of mind exploration. Lilly seemed to be writing the book not only to document his pioneering efforts, but also to provide assistance and warnings to others who might follow his path.
Before I describe my journey consider that I make a distinction between recreational versus medicinal use of psychedelics. I advocate for the legal use of psychedelic substances taken safely and responsibly for therapeutic reasons. As a distinguished scientist Lilly lived during a time when he was actually allowed to legally study the effects of LSD, a situation that quickly changed and is nearly impossibly today due to LSD being a classified schedule 1 substance. Schedule 1 substances are defined as drugs that have no accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.
I choose to explore my consciousness despite the current legal status because I firmly believe the government has no moral right to decide how I medicate myself. Meanwhile alcohol and other mind numbing and dangerous pharmaceuticals are deemed legal while several healing and mind expanding substances are not.