Did we replace the conscience with consciousness? And if human consciousness is expanding, why do we seem to be regressing in our ability to heal?
Darwin pitted religion against science with his theory of biological evolution. Modern chemists still have failed to explain the origin of the genetic code. Are humans actually millions of years old? Is the Earth not our only home in the universe? Is there a cyclical transfer of life process from planet to planet?
In this short story/commentary, Jon Rappoport explores the idea that systems of perception are foisted on consciousness to convince us that an underlying order is, somehow, an ultimate discovery. An end to a journey. A cap on what can be created.
David Icke introduces the concept of creation of matter from the void. What our five senses can perceive from the band of visible light frequency is tiny compared with what becomes possible when we connect to the greater self (consciousness).
What is the greatest ideal of myself that I can be today? That is the question that Dr. Joe Dispenza asks himself at the beginning of each day and has become part of his spiritual practice.
Our personal reality is determined by the frequencies selected by our brain…like channel surfing from the couch. In the quantum field our brain animates our external world like the engine of a movie projector – creating a holographic reality by running snapshot “freeze frames‟ of observed perception (images) together similar to a movie film. The consciousness streaming through our mind becomes the “creator‟ of time and space of our physical experience, not the other way around!
In this new episode of CLN Radio, Alexis Brooks has in-depth discussion with author and paranormal researcher Jeff Belanager about tulpas (beings created from focused thought). There are amazing stories in the Tibetan tradition that discuss the reality of tulpa and in more recent years the idea that tulpa (these living beings) may walk among us today. Is there a connection between tulpa, shadow people, black eyed children and even a newer phenomenon known as “slender man,” that reveal a common thread? Jeff Belanger answers those questions and more in this mind-bending interview.
We exist individually as spirit or astral bodies that transmigrate, moving from one material body to another by the law of magnetism. Like attracts like. Our actions, thoughts and consciousness create the subtle or spirit body over hundreds of life times.
ET visitors, crashed UFOs and back-engineered alien technology… Mirage Men has all the makings of a classic UFO flick you’d want to watch inside an aluminium-foil lined RV somewhere in the Nevadan desert on a dark and stormy night.
Cynthia Sue Larson, author of Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World, is interviewed by Lilou Mace. Cynthia, who is a spiritual life coach and inspirational best-selling author, reminds people to ask, “How GOOD can it get?!” no matter what is happening… because our thoughts and feelings literally change the physical world.
STATE propaganda is easy to spot. From leaflets dropped behind enemy lines to other bald appeals to flag and country, government attempts to sway public opinion often seem laughably obvious—at least in hindsight. Yet quite a lot of national pride-mongering is a bit more subtle—and more effective, and perhaps more troubling—than we like to admit. This at least is the claim of “Propaganda: Power and Persuasion”, a provocative new exhibition at the British Library in London.
“The general idea is that it’s absolutely threatening to admit you’re wrong,” says political scientist Brendan Nyhan, the lead researcher on the Michigan study. The phenomenon — known as “backfire” — is “a natural defense mechanism to avoid that cognitive dissonance.”
One Sunday in late December of 2012 I had been quietly relaxing at home when all of a sudden an urgent message came via text. “Call me now!” thumbed a friend. She had also left a message both on my cell phone and home line. I knew something was clearly awry. When I was finally able to […]
Dr. Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist and the Henry Semat Professor at the City College of New York and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, where he has taught for more than 30 years. He is a graduate of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and earned his doctorate from the University of California at Berkeley.