Saturday, January 18, 2014

Believe Nothing - Buddha Quote

Believe nothing no matter where you read it, or who said it, no matter if I have said it, unless it agrees with your own reason and common sense.
                                                                                                                                       -- Buddha

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

How fear gets manifested ?

Fear & every thoughts from our mind is energy. Infact, everything is energy like Einstein has said.

Fear can be compared to a powerful force.
Fear can be compared to a prayer.

The more we fear the more we are increasing the power of the fear. Behind the scenes, our subconscious mind is being programmed to manifest ( to turn the fear into a reality).

If you continuously fear that something will happen to you , it will definitely happen to you depending on the intensity of the fear.

The first step towards moving from fear to fearless is understanding the consequences of fear.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Transforming the Three Poisons - Greed, Hatred, and Delusion

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In Buddhist teachings, greed, hatred, and delusion are known, for good reason, as the three poisons, the three unwholesome roots, and the three fires. These metaphors suggest how dangerous afflictive thoughts and emotions can be if they are not understood and transformed. 

Greed refers to our selfishness, misplaced desire, attachment, and grasping for happiness and satisfaction outside of ourselves. 

Hatred refers to our anger, our aversion and repulsion toward unpleasant people, circumstances, and even toward our own uncomfortable feelings. 

Delusion refers to our dullness, bewilderment, and misperception; our wrong views of reality. 

The poisons of greed, hatred, and delusion are a byproduct of ignorance—ignorance of our true nature, the awakened heart of wisdom and compassion. Arising out of our ignorance, these poisonous states of mind then motivate nonvirtuous and unskillful thoughts, speech, and actions, which cause all manner of suffering and unhappiness for ourselves and others.

Greed, hatred, and delusion are deeply embedded in the conditioning of our personalities. Our behavior is habitually influenced and tainted by these three poisons, these unwholesome roots buried deep into our mind. Burning within us as lust, craving, anger, resentment, and misunderstanding, these poisons lay to waste hearts, lives, hopes, and civilizations, driving us blind and thirsty through the seemingly endless round of birth and death (samsara). The Buddha describes these defilements as bonds, fetters, hindrances, and knots; the actual root cause of unwholesome karma and the entire spectrum of human suffering.

Although this teaching may appear negative or unpleasant, indeed, a wise understanding of the three poisons of greed, hatred, and delusion is ultimately positive and empowering. With this sublime understanding we can clearly see and feel the factors that are causing confusion, unhappiness, and suffering in our lives. And with this clarity and insight, we can make the choice to eliminate those factors! The teaching of The Four Noble Truths clearly explains that when we embrace and understand the exact causes of our suffering and dissatisfaction, we can then take the necessary steps to extinguish those causes and liberate ourselves. This is certainly positive and empowering. In addition, it is important for us to realize that the Dharma teachings regarding defilement and purification are not just rigid, restrictive, or authoritarian theories regarding morality, but are real and solid facts essential to our correct understanding of reality and eventual awakening.


Our greed is a burning desire, an unquenchable thirst (tanha), craving, and lust; we want the objects of our desire to provide us with lasting satisfaction so we feel fulfilled, whole, and complete. The poison of greed creates an inner hunger so that we always seem to be striving towards an unattainable goal. We mistakenly believe our happiness is dependent upon that goal, but once we attain it, we get no lasting satisfaction. Then once again, our greed and desire will arise, looking outside of ourselves for the next thing that will hopefully bring satisfaction. Influenced by greed, we are never content. Another common face of our greed shows up as a lack of generosity and compassion toward others. Even a moment of honest and mindful introspection will reveal how deeply-rooted our greed can be. We can experience the symptoms of our greed appearing in even the most trivial instances, and of course, greed can manifest itself in even more compulsive and destructive ways as well. We always seem to want more, we want bigger and better, we want to fulfill our insatiable inner hunger and thirst (craving). This type of greed affects our personal lives, our professional lives, and the domain of international business and politics. Global conflict and warfare, as well as the destruction of our precious environment are obvious symptoms of our corporate and political greed. Our greed, craving, and thirst affects each of us on a personal and global level. Our greed is an endless and pernicious cycle that only brings suffering and unhappiness in its wake.


The symptoms of hatred can show up as anger, hostility, dislike, aversion, or ill-will; wishing harm or suffering upon another person. With aversion, we habitually resist, deny, and avoid unpleasant feelings, circumstances, and people we do not like. We want everything to be pleasant, comfortable, and satisfying all the time. This behavior simply reinforces our perception of duality and separation. Hatred or anger thrusts us into a vicious cycle of always finding conflict and enemies everywhere around us. When there is conflict or perceived enemies around us, our mind is neurotic, never calm, we are endlessly occupied with strategies of self-protection or revenge. We can also create conflict within ourselves when we have an aversion to our own uncomfortable feelings. With hatred and aversion, we deny, resist, and push away our own inner feelings of fear, hurt, loneliness, and so forth, treating these feelings like an internal enemy. With the poison of hatred, we create conflict and enemies in the world around us and within our own being.


Delusion is our wrong understanding or wrong views of reality. Delusion is our misperception of the way the world works; our inability to understand the nature of things exactly as they are, free of perceptual distortions. Influenced by delusion, we are not in harmony with ourselves, others, or with life; we are not living in accordance with Dharma. Affected by the poison of delusion, which arises from ignorance of our true nature, we do not understand the interdependent and impermanent nature of life. Thus, we are constantly looking outside of ourselves for happiness, satisfaction, and solutions to our problems. This outward searching creates even more frustration, anger, and delusion. Because of our delusion, we also do not understand the virtuous, life-affirming actions that create happiness, nor do we understand the nonvirtuous, negative, and unwholesome actions that create suffering. Again, our delusion binds us to a vicious cycle where there does not appear to be any way out.

Transforming the Three Poisons

For countless eons we have been influenced and motivated by our greed, hatred, and delusion. Therefore, this work of purification and transformation cannot be effected hastily, in obedience to our impatient demand for quick results. This work requires patience, care, persistence, and deep compassion for ourselves and others. The Buddha taught us that the poisons of greed, hatred, and delusion, which cause so much suffering, can indeed be purified and transformed. We can break the chain of suffering and negative karma and live a happy, fulfilling life. The Buddha's excellent teachings tell us that enlightenment is our true nature, and will naturally shine forth through the purified mind and heart. Therefore, the goal of our spiritual practice is to liberate ourselves from the defilements that obscure the natural clarity, radiance, and joy of our enlightenment. So how do we encounter the three poisons and transform them in a way that leads to genuine liberation?

We must begin this work of purification in the precise place where the poisons originate—in the mind itself (the conditioned ego or personality). This purification and transformation begins with the challenge of calming the mind and seeing deeply into ourselves. In other words, to eliminate the poisons of greed, hatred, and delusion, we must first learn to recognize them when they first appear. Being mindful and aware, we can then discern how these deep-seated poisons influence our everyday thoughts, feelings, speech, and actions. This mindful awareness, this seeing deeply into ourselves, is the beginning of understanding; the beginning of our ability to transform these defilements. To accomplish this awareness, we train our mind through meditation. We learn to concentrate on our breathing at the tip of the nose (or the abdomen in Zen training), allowing all thoughts and feelings to arise and pass without reacting to them or evaluating them. Through this practice, we become much more aware of ourselves in everyday situations. We are able to notice when thoughts and emotions arise and begin to disturb us. In this way, we can be conscious of these thoughts and emotions and work with them skillfully before they get out of control, causing harm to ourselves and others.

The Antidotes

In addition to meditation practice, there are also the antidotes or alternatives to the three poisons. For every defilement, the Buddha has given us the antidote, the method whereby we eliminate unwholesome mental attitudes and replace them with virtuous, wholesome attitudes which benefit ourselves and others. Therefore, the entire aim of spiritual practice is to gradually subdue the poisons of greed, hatred, and delusion by cultivating the alternative mental factors that are directly opposed to them. These antidotes are called the three wholesome roots: non-greed, non-hatred, and non-delusion.

To antidote and overcome greed, we learn to cultivate selflessness, generosity, detachment, and contentment. If we are experiencing greed, strong desire, or attachment and we want to let it go, we can contemplate the impermanence or the disadvantages of the objects of our desire. We can practice giving away those things we would most like to hold onto. We can also practice acts of selfless service and charity, offering care and assistance to others in any way we can, free of all desire for recognition or compensation. In truth, there is no objection to enjoying and sharing the beauty, pleasures, and objects of this material world. The problems associated with greed and attachment only arise when we mistakenly believe and act as if the source of our happiness is outside of ourselves.

To antidote and overcome hatred, we learn to cultivate loving-kindness, compassion, patience, and forgiveness. When we react to unpleasant feelings, circumstances, or people, with hatred, anger, or aversion, we can use these sublime antidotes to counteract the poisons. Here we learn to openly embrace the entire spectrum of our experiences without hatred or aversion. Just as we practice meeting unpleasant experiences in the outer world with patience, kindness, forgiveness, and compassion, we must also practice meeting our own unpleasant feelings in the same way. Our feelings of loneliness, hurt, doubt, fear, insecurity, inadequacy, depression, and so forth, all require our openness and loving-kindness. Our challenge in spiritual practice is to soften our habitual defenses, open our heart, and let go of hatred, aversion, and denial. In this way, we can meet and embrace ourselves, others, and all inner and outer experiences with great compassion and wisdom.

To antidote and overcome delusion, we cultivate wisdom, insight, and right understanding. Learning to experience reality exactly as it is, without the distortions of our self-centered desires, fears, and expectations, we free ourselves from delusion. Deeply sensing and acting in harmony with the interdependent, impermanent, and ever-changing nature of this world—realizing that all living beings are inseparably related and that lasting happiness does not come from anything external—we free ourselves from delusion. As we develop a clear understanding of karma, knowing the positive, wholesome actions that bring happiness and the negative, unwholesome actions that bring suffering, we cultivate the wisdom, insight, and right understanding that free us from delusion.

By studying the Dharma and applying the teachings properly in our lives, we will gradually wear away even the most stubborn habitual behaviors, fully liberating ourselves from stress, unhappiness, and suffering. The Buddha calls this the "taintless liberation of the mind." The sublime peace, wisdom, limitless awareness, unity, and bliss of Nirvana shines forth as our essential nature when the three poisons of greed, hatred, and delusion have finally been extinguished.

Friday, January 3, 2014

Six Easy Steps to Achieve ANYTHING

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of all, your desire for something must be so strong that you cannot IMAGINE living your life without doing it.  You must have FAITH that you can accomplish it and decide that nothing will stand in your way.

, there must be a definite picture of what it is you want, and you must be SPECIFIC in the details of that vision. It’s not enough to think “I want lots of money.”  How much money? What kind of job?  What type of partner?  There are DECISIONS to be made to reach the outcomes you imagine.  What decisions will you make?

, what are you prepared TO DO to get what you want. What actions will you take. Again, be specific. One of the key elements to achieving anything is PERSISTENCE. Nothing comes easy. It’s a myth if you think that. Every great success has been preceded by a lot of hard work and follow-through.  It has involved gaining KNOWLEDGE of your area of expertise.

, there must be A DEFINITE DATE attached to this desire. An end point at which you hope to achieve your desire.  Set the date on the calendar, don’t just say six months or a year. Be specific.

, write out your desires, your goals, your action steps, your strategies for reaching your vision. This is ORGANIZED PLANNING. 

, read your statement each and every day, be persistent, believe it’s yours, You are educating your SUBCONSCIOUS MIND to create the reality in your CONSCIOUS mind. Whatever you THINK YOU CAN, it’s yours. No one can take it away from you unless you choose to give it away.

The mind is a powerful tool, most of which is little understood.  Your ability to create the life you want is within your grasp if you only believe it so.  Trust your INTUITION, your sixth sense, and TRUST yourself.  When we’re caught up in fear, it’s our inability to trust that we can handle whatever comes our way.

As you start the New Year, begin to develop the belief in yourself that will lead you forward to create the kind of life you dream about.  Take the right actions over the right amount of time, and get the support you need to make it a reality.

Life is not complicated. We just like to make it so.

Friday, May 3, 2013

The Infinite and Eternal Nature of the Universe - By Terrence A. Lynch

The existence of God as the creator of the universe is negated by the fact that the space-time continuum is infinite. Having no beginning nor end, the universe continues into infinity, our present having arisen from an infinite past which leads into an infinite future. Thus there never was a creation and it is therefore false for God to be envisioned as creator of the universe.

Primary Question: What is the true nature of the universe?

Philosophers, theologians and ultimately cosmologists have theorized about the nature of the universe since the first man and woman gazed upward at the heavens. In the infancy of humanity it was natural to assume that an omnipotent, almighty being created the universe, that the universe was made by God. Yet is a god really necessary for the creation of the universe? 

As one looks further and further into the heavens it becomes obvious that all the elements of the universe, stars, solar systems, galaxies, etc. are in various states of transition. Stars live and die. Entire galaxies collide. There are great cosmic catastrophes. The components of our universe are in a dynamic, ever changing state. 

Hence it seems quite unlikely that any omnipotent god created the universe any more than a god is necessary for stars or star systems to live and die. More than likely the universe is in as state of constant change and flux just as is all its components. 

Herein is proposed the theory of an infinite or eternal universe (infinite in terms of time and duration of existence; hence, the eternal universe). The basic principles which prescribe an eternal universe are set forth and the models which support and enable such an eternal universe are explained. Also further questions are given for study, debate and to challenge the intellictual that this endeavor may lead to developing better proofs, models or unified field theories to support the theory of an infinite and eternal universe.  

Principles indicative of a universe which has an infinite existence

(1) Time is infinite. The universe has always existed and will continue to exist for eternity. Therefore the Big Bang or any other theory of cosmology which suggest the universe has a finite existence if a false and mythical concept.

(2) There is no point in the universe that is not in motion. Because the principle of the mythical Big Bang would require an initial point of convergence for all material of the universe, this is not possible as that point would be in motion and it would be impossible for all matter of the universe to converge or ever reach a moving point. This in and of itself negates the idea of the Big Bang.

(3) Space is that summation of all points in the universe. Being in constant motion, space is an infinite flux. The shape of the space-time continuum is that of a sinusoidal flux. This may be envisioned if one draws a straight line. Then imagine a cylinder or tunnel around this line. The cylinder is constricted at points much line a hour glass to form a hyperbola, one end of the hour glass's hyperbola leading into the next end of the hour glass's hyperbola. The minimum central point of this hyperbolic convergence is what inside observers see as the point at which the mythical Big Bang occurred, the point of convergence. However this point is in motion and constitutes a line about which the constriction in the space-time continuum occurs such that the flux of the universe continues into infinity and if projected over time might be imagined as an infinite train of hour glasses.

(4) The universe progresses along an infinite time line; ie, the space-time continuum along which is the universe progresses has no beginning nor end. Time is a paradox without a beginning or end; indeed, without a point which may be pinned down or marked at any given instant, given as soon as one sets a point of time it has vanished into the future. It is this paradox which comes into play when one progresses upon that journey of the imagination back in time to some point close to the mythical Big Bang. At that point of convergence of all matter and energy you would find that the universe (time-space continuum) looks like a hyperbola which has just reached its minimum.

(5) A projection of the universe through time would have the appearance of a fluctuating space-time continuum. If you could follow the expanding, contracting web of the space-time continuum it would appear much like a tunnel, a contracting, expanding sinusoidal wave or hour glass. The symbol for an infinite universe is ! (an exclamation mark or a five pointed asterisk type exclamation mark) which represents the point we perceive to be the mythical Big Bang from an inside observer's perspective), but if we could be outside the universe, of perpetual existence, would see as a point in an endless space-time continuum.

(6) It is impossible to preceive at any given instance the shape of the universe. One must realize that at any given point in time the universe has a configuration somewhere along the line of time's projection, yet its past and future configuration can not be seen as it does not yet exist, or having been no longer exists. Hence the paradox of the infinite universe is that its configuration, past, present or future, may never be known, only projected as a probability. The infinite nature of time as a line upon which the universe progresses (thus giving a universe which is infinite in terms of its existence) negates creation and hence the idea that God created the universe is void. The universe exists without God as its creator. Of course God the omnipotent may exist as a belief such God having nothing to do with cosmology or the creation of the universe and being a concern of human ethics and morality. 

(7) The mythical Big Bang is really an illusion given the infinite nature of the space-time continuum along which or through which the universe progresses. Since we can not see into the future we may only project into the future to prescribe the probable nature of the universe based upon our perception of past events. We may similarly project into the past yet we can not project beyond that point at which the universe is in flux and has a convergence. For this reason one may falsely conclude that the universe came into existence in an instance. Yet the fact this is false is given once one realizes that time is infinite and all matter in the universe which is in motion would never be able to converge upon a single point; that the very momentum of matter in a space-time continuum serves as an engine which drives the universe through an infinite cycle of flux. 

[To be completed...]

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Author: Terrence A. Lynch

Friday, April 12, 2013

Removing hate you have for someone - explained with a story

A kindergarten teacher decided to let her class play a game. 

The teacher told each child in the class to bring along a plastic bag containing a few potatoes. 

Each potato will be given a name of a person that the child hates.
So the number of potatoes that a child will put in his/her plastic bag will depend on the number of people he/she hates. 

So when the day came, each child brought some potatoes with the name of the people he/she hated. Some had 2 potatoes; some 3 while some up to 5 potatoes. The teacher then told the children to carry with them the potatoes in the plastic bag wherever they go (even to the toilet) for 1 week.

Days after days passed by, and the children started to complain due to the unpleasant smell let out by the rotten potatoes. Besides, those having 5 potatoes also had to carry heavier bags. After 1 week, the children were relieved because the game had finally ended…
The teacher asked: “How did you feel while carrying the potatoes with you for 1 week?”. The children let out their frustrations and started complaining of the trouble that they had to go through having to carry the heavy and smelly potatoes wherever they go.
Then the teacher told them the hidden meaning behind the game. The teacher said: “This is exactly the situation when you carry your hatred for somebody inside your heart. The stench of hatred will contaminate your heart and you will carry it with you wherever you go. If you cannot tolerate the smell of rotten potatoes for just 1 week, can you imagine what is it like to have the stench of hatred in your heart for your lifetime???

Moral of the story:
Throw away any hatred for anyone from your heart so that you will not carry sins for a lifetime.
Forgiving others is the best attitude to take!

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The Parable of the Blind Men and the Elephant

A number of disciples went to the Buddha and said, "Sir, there are living here in Savatthi many wandering hermits and scholars who indulge in constant dispute, some saying that the world is infinite and eternal and others that it is finite and not eternal, some saying that the soul dies with the body and others that it lives on forever, and so forth. What, Sir, would you say concerning them?"

The Buddha answered, "Once upon a time there was a certain raja who called to his servant and said, 'Come, good fellow, go and gather together in one place all the men of Savatthi who were born blind... and show them an elephant.' 'Very good, sire,' replied the servant, and he did as he was told. He said to the blind men assembled there, 'Here is an elephant,' and to one man he presented the head of the elephant, to another its ears, to another a tusk, to another the trunk, the foot, back, tail, and tuft of the tail, saying to each one that that was the elephant.

"When the blind men had felt the elephant, the raja went to each of them and said to each, 'Well, blind man, have you seen the elephant? Tell me, what sort of thing is an elephant?'

"Thereupon the men who were presented with the head answered, 'Sire, an elephant is like a pot.' And the men who had observed the ear replied, 'An elephant is like a winnowing basket.' Those who had been presented with a tusk said it was a ploughshare. Those who knew only the trunk said it was a plough; others said the body was a grainery; the foot, a pillar; the back, a mortar; the tail, a pestle, the tuft of the tail, a brush.

"Then they began to quarrel, shouting, 'Yes it is!' 'No, it is not!' 'An elephant is not that!' 'Yes, it's like that!' and so on, till they came to blows over the matter.

"Brethren," the raja was delighted with the scene.

"Just so are these preachers and scholars holding various views blind and unseeing.... In their ignorance they are by nature quarrelsome, wrangling, and disputatious, each maintaining reality is thus and thus."

Then the Exalted One rendered this meaning by uttering this verse of uplift

O how they cling and wrangle, some who claim
For preacher and monk the honored name!
For, quarreling, each to his view they cling.
Such folk see only one side of a thing. 

Friday, March 29, 2013

what God is

"God" is the Sum Total of Universal Energy"

Many people debate about whether there is a God, or what God is.  Is God an individual personality, sitting up in heaven listening to and granting our requests, or is God simply all the energy that exists in the whole universe, or is God simply nature or the laws of nature?
The Bible says God is a spirit (John 4:24).  It also says that the spirit, given by God, is what gives man understanding (Job 32:8).  And finally, it says that God is light (I John 1:5).
It is important to understand that ancient man described God with an ancient vocabulary and ancient idea sets, but that we can breathe new life into these verses by understanding what was really being said.
What is light?  It's energy.  When a person is brain dead, no electrical activity registers on a EEG test.  Why?  Because his spirit, which is what brings life to the body and understanding to the mind, is electrical energy.  And when the spirit leaves the body, the body dies because the electrical energy which powered the body is no longer present.  God is light, so he is energy, and both God and we are spirit beings.  So God, and light, and energy, and the essence of each of us as spirit beings, is all the same.  We are all made up of the same physical and spiritual essence:  energy.
Everything that exists in the universe is made up of energy.  Every atom has electrons, sub-atomic particles containing an electrical charge, which orbit around the atom's nucleus.  Every atom has energy.  True, some atoms have more energy than others; some have more electrons orbiting their nucleus than others, and some are moving faster than others.  The energy in a piece of wood is moving very slow compared to the energy in a pan of boiling water, but both contain the same kind of energy.
There is a scientific law that states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, it simply changes form (conservation of energy).  To be more precise, it states that in a closed system (our universe, for the purposes of our discussion) energy is conserved.  In other words, all the energy that ever existed, that was present at the beginning, still exists.  God, who is all energy, in the beginning took from his own energy to make everything that exists.  Biblical scholars have made much of the original language of Genesis 1:1 saying that the word "created" means "ex nihilo" or "out of nothing".  In other words, God made everything from nothing.  We must understand that biblical writers used their own limited vocabulary and knowledge of science to explain what they thought they saw or were told.  The fact that the universe may have "appeared" out of nowhere does not mean it was created from nothing.  Many forms of energy cannot be seen.  Since God is energy, and we know that everything that exists is made from energy, and keeping in mind that energy cannot be created or destroyed, we see that God took from the pool of existing energy, which was HIM, and created everything there is.  Therefore, not only are the atoms and molecules and sub-atomic particles in a blade of grass made by God, they are part of God himself.  God took of his energy, and changed the appearance of some of it so that it looks different.  But it is still a part of him, just as our hearts and livers are part of us.  So every blade of grass, every raindrop, every animal, every human being, every biological microorganism, every molecule of wood that forms the chair you are sitting on is GOD.  Not just part of God, but IS God.  Everything is sacred, because everything is made from the energy that is God.  This takes away the dividing line between secular and sacred.
How can I say that?  You might be thinking that to say everything is PART of God is understandable, but to say that everything IS can that be?  Because scientists have discovered that every particle of matter and energy that exists resonates on a particular frequency, and that every single particle is connected to and responds to every other particle through these frequencies.  Everything is connected, part of the same whole and part of the same connected communication system.
Let's put it in more concrete terms.  A cell, or molecule, or atom on one side of the world, say in the United States, can communicate with any other cell, molecule or atom on the other side of the world, say in China, because they are able to signal each other with oscillating frequencies, and this communication happens non-locally and virtually instantaneously.  It's like what happens with a radio.  There are lots of frequencies out there with people talking on them, or music playing, and all you have to do is tune the dial of the radio to different frequencies to pick them up.  Then if you have a transmitter you can talk back to them.  That is what our atoms, molecules and cells do.  They tune into whatever frequency they have to in order to communicate with other cells all over the world or the universe, in order to accomplish whatever goal they need to accomplish.
Now, people can usually accept the idea that the cells, molecules and atoms in their BODIES communicate with each other so that the body can function the way it's supposed to.  The body is a closed system, just like the universe.  Just as all the particles in your body communicate so the body can function efficiently, all the particles in the universe do the same.  They are all connected.  Like one huge body.  God's body.
Basically, all energy is God, and there is no such thing as someone being "separated from God".  God cannot be separated from his own body.  Just as we would if we were sick, God does whatever is necessary to bring the parts of his body that are energetically out of alignment back into their proper relationship to him.  If a part of our body isn't functioning correctly because it's frequency is wrong, correcting the frequency disparity often heals the ailment.  For instance, all the cells in the human heart must beat at the same time for the heart to function properly.  If some of the cells are firing at the wrong time, the  person will have a heart attack or some other serious cardiac condition.  But there are techniques to help get all the energy of those cells aligned again so the person can be healed.  It is the same for God and his relationship to us.  Everything in the universe is set up to be self-correcting, including our relationship with him.  Everything, from our health, to our finances, to air pollution, to foreign relations, to the movement of the stars and planets....everything is connected, self-correcting, but still within our ability to influence the outcome.  Just as God "thought" the whole world into existence, we also can change the course of events by altering the oscillating frequencies which make communications within this system possible, through our thoughts, beliefs, and feelings.
God, who is pure energy, makes all this possible.  He set up this network which makes the whole thing happen.  The whole universe consists of energy, but it is the intelligent, organized pattern and interaction of this energy which makes it Divine.  There is no such thing as chaos, no such thing as randomness....for everything that occurs is caused by some disturbance in the oscillating frequencies somewhere in the world or universe, and it is caused by somebody or something.  Either God, or you, or me, or some other organism or thing causes changes in the frequencies which regulate matter and energy, and change happens.
How can we say everything is part of God, and in fact IS God?  Because every molecule, atom and particle that exists is connected by this energetic framework of oscillating frequencies which makes communication between each part possible.  All molecules, cells, atoms and particles are connected to each other at every moment, and influence each others' activities.  It's one big system designed to work together.  My brain can communicate with yours, and your brain can communicate with your cat's; my brain can communicate with the cells of my body so they are led to heal themselves, and your brain can help direct healing energy to the bodies of other people who need healing.  God uses this same energetic system to communicate to our brains, to our cells, to the raindrops which make up a thunderstorm, to anything.
It's the reason why the stars and planets and their electromagnetic fields DO influence our thoughts, feelings and behavior.  Astrology is NOT just some flaky New Age thing.  And psychic ability does in fact exist; that's what it's talking about in the Bible when it speaks of spiritual gifts like the gift of Prophecy, or Wisdom, or Knowledge.  And the gifts of Healing or Miracles are simply examples of the ability to manipulate this energetic framework of oscillating frequencies so that you can direct it to do what you want.  And the spirits of the dead, which are simply the sum total of that person's energetic essence, do exist in another dimension and can communicate with us, and we with them, if we learn how to tune the dial to their frequency.  This puts everything supernatural finally and very definitely in the natural, physical realm.  Everything we thought was miraculous and not humanly possible IS possible.  And people we used to denounce as witches are simply those who long ago learned to manipulate this energetic framework of oscillating frequencies.  They learned to direct their energies through incantations and rituals.  Christians learned to direct their energies through prayer.  Some people learned to direct their energies through meditations and visualizations.  It's all a manipulaton of the same power grid.  One way of manipulating it is not better than another.  Prayer is not better than an incantation.  Both work only because the user directs his focus and energy toward a particular end.  Thus the power grid or unified field is set up so that when we direct our energy, our thoughts and beliefs, our feelings, toward a particular end, it happens.
Whatever technique we use to direct this energy, it doesn't matter.  What does matter is that we learn the power of our thoughts, feelings and beliefs.  God is Love because love is the most powerful tool at our disposal to redirect this energy.  When Love is the reason we direct our energy through our thoughts toward a particular goal, that is the most powerful energy there is, and that goal will come to fruition.
All things work together for good.....Romans 8:28.  We may not understand how, but it is always true.  We  can be confident it is true because everything is part of God and IS God, so there are no mistakes. 

Article Author: Judie C. McMath
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Monday, March 18, 2013

Quantum Physics - our mind is indeed the sources of our reality

The study of Quantum Physics has proven that our mind is indeed the sources of our reality. Even the basic of the studies of quantum physics is enough to show us how the mind and reality are intercorrelated. Well, if you are still confused with what quantum physics has said, here is the direct answer to the secrets of mind power.

Our mind is the center that produce thoughts (if fact we run thousands of thoughts everyday!) and thoughts are stuffs that possess enormous power when emotionally charged. Napoleon Hill has stated this in his famous "Think and Grow Rich". Emotion is the power behind every thought.

In fact, if you can think back any experience in life, particular involving fear, did you notice that what you fear about actually has manifested? Our mind is very capable in attracting masses of energy when it produces thoughts that are charged with powerful emotion, positive or negative. It does not differentiate what's good or bad, it just woks the way according the way we feel.

Energy flows where attention goes and like the clouds that condensed into rain when it reaches saturation point, the energy masses that are attracted and pulled together will eventually become manifested into physical reality, just as how the mind first visualized. Concentration of energy is what create matter! Still remember this fact in quantum physics?

That's why you always become what you think about most. The Buddha said, "We are what we think" and he is absolutely right on this. Your life is shaped by the images that you always play in your mental screen. It serves as the preview of your future and the physical world is the effect or output of what you had in mind previously. Now could you realize why every success coach tells us to think positive? Because there's a power in positive thinking, the power to create!

Quantum physics has shattered the mirror of illusion and enable us to see the reality in an essence way. The world isn't hard and unchangeable like what we always perceive. It is a place of possibility that built up using our individual and collective thoughts. The whole world is a gigantic of mind web and each of us contribute to build it the way it is today through our thinking.

Illusion is what makes people go crazy and instead of fixing the cause or the root of the problem, they keep on fixing the effect, which is ridiculous. You can't fix a thing that is already broken by default, no matter how you try. Now can you see how science has now catch up with what eastern mysticism trying to promote thousands years ago.

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Saturday, January 5, 2013

Only 2 root Emotions in the Universe - Love & Fear

We were told that every choice we made could be traced back to either love or fear.
Each of these two root emotions would be the starting point for all experience, feeling and appreciation.

Here are some examples.
-The act of forgiveness is ultimately an act of love.
-The feelings of bliss and excitement that come from romance originate with the love between the two partners.
-The birth of a child created from such a relationship is a source of immense joy… all traceable to the love of the two souls who chose to bring a precious life into this planet.

Fear is just the opposite.
Anger is an extension of fear.
We can be angry and bitter at someone because we fear their wrath and abuse.
This anger can lead to hatred, feelings of vengeance or, worse yet, violence.
Again, all of it stems from the root emotion of fear.

What are some of the feelings that fall into the domain of love?
Compassion, forgiveness, joy, bliss, generosity, patience, tolerance, understanding, gentleness, respect, honor and the like all have their source in the emotion of love.
What are those that can be linked to fear? 
Hatred, greed, violence, jealousy, selfishness, anger, bitterness, deception are just a few.

In a world of opposites, we are also able to compare these emotions, all for the sake of experience and feeling. 

Each choice we make creates a feeling of love or fear, all of which serves as a valuable reference point that can bring us further into to the Light or into the darkness.