We are not in the Universe, We Are The Universe

"The universe is connected and alive and we are a part of the metric of space." - Nassim Haramein "Every living being is an engine geared to the wheelwork of the universe. Though seemingly affected only by its immediate surrounding, the sphere of external influence extends to infinite distance." – Nikola Tesla “A human being … Continue reading We are not in the Universe, We Are The Universe

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Maria Wirth on Science and Religion

I am happy to reblog this wonderful post from Madam. Her post is very informative and elaborate. A wonderful soul she is. Atma Namaste. https://mariawirthblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/03/science-and-religion/ SCIENCE AND RELIGION March 3, 201 When I was in high school in Germany, I had a recurring phantasy. I imagined that some fine day the anchor in the news … Continue reading Maria Wirth on Science and Religion

Subtle Energy (by William Collinge) Contd..

Subtle Energy: Medium of the Spirit (excerpts from SUBTLE ENERGY by William Collinge) Contd When Spirit Enters: Energetic experiences that we have during spiritual practices can be both surprising and exciting. Every spiritual tradition has a way of accounting for the energetic phenomena that occur during devoted spiritual practice. The common theme is that an … Continue reading Subtle Energy (by William Collinge) Contd..

Subtle Energy (by William Collinge)

Subtle Energy: Medium of the Spirit (excerpts from SUBTLE ENERGY by William Collinge) Energy is the ‘raw material’ of which Spirit is continually forming our physical reality. Energy is the medium in which the Spirit moves through our world, the bridge between Spirit and matter. Indian mystic Swami Mukundananda refers to the Spirit or the … Continue reading Subtle Energy (by William Collinge)

Meditation and Evolution

(excerpts from JOHN WHITE, The Meeting of Science and Spirit, 1979) Meditation works on all levels of our being: physical, psychological and social as well as spiritual. Research shows that it improves general health and stamina; it decreases tension, anxiety, and aggressiveness; it increases self-control and self-knowledge. Drug use and abuse are usually curbed and … Continue reading Meditation and Evolution

Enlightenment and the Brain

(excerpts from JOHN WHITE, The Meeting of Science and Spirit, 1979) An article in The New York Times headlined “New Evidence Points to Growth of the Brain Even Late in Life” (July 30,1985) noted that the traditional view of brain development is changing. That view says development is complete by late childhood due to innate … Continue reading Enlightenment and the Brain