NEZEL PADAYHAG: “How Each Of The 5 Basic Brainwave States Shapes Your Reality”

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Most of us grew into believing that our reality shapes us. But as science advances, we come to the understanding that, in the most part, we have the power to shape our reality.

Now you must know the difference between reality and the actual world. A reality is the personal world you shape and perceive from the actual world around you.

If you change your reality you actually change your own personal world. Knowing how our brain’s activity influences our perception of the world is the first step in this pursuit.

Your neural connections and brain chemicals might be responsible for your emotions and your perception of the world.

However, more studies point to the importance your brainwave frequency plays in your body’s biologic functions and the shape of your reality.

Even your ability to focus is controlled by your brainwave state. Your unique brainwave activity, with its rhythm and…

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LARA STARR: “6 Spiritual Truths That Scientists Are Finally Starting to Understand”

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For a long time, people have tried to explain why hings are the way they are. In modern times, Scientists have been trying to surpass the knowledge passed on by Priests, Prophets, Yogis and many other spiritual teachers since before we even started recording our history. Many believe Science still has a lot of catching up to do.

There are certain spiritual subjects, such as the existence of the soul, that are finally starting to get some of the attention they deserve. Let’s talk about the 6 most common.

1. We are spiritual beings on a human journey.

“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience” –Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

We may inhabit a physical body, but that is not all we truly are. We are consciousness energy. An energetic consciousness made manifest in physical form. Anyone that has studied OBE’s or Astral Projection knows full well that life is not what it seems.

There is so much more that is buried beneath the level of our consciousness that we struggle to explain because we don’t have a full scientific understanding of it yet, nor do we have an easy way to access it at will. (Intuition, deja vu, ESP, etc) But, that doesn’t mean those things aren’t real. Like any skill or physical ability, you just have to do some research and put what you’ve learned into practice to develop them.

2. Our souls never die– we just change our focus.

“Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it can only be changed from one form to another.” –Albert Einstein

Thanks to Quantum theory, Scientists are slowly catching up to the idea that we cannot truly die. Energy cannot be created and it cannot be destroyed. It can only change from one form to another.

Death (excluding spectacular deaths) isn’t instantaneous.  In fact, even in medical science it’s become more and more difficult to define when people are dead.  People ‘come back from the dead’ all the time.

There are even people who come back from the dead with knowledge, new languages and memories that they never had before the experience.

3. Everything is energy vibrating at a certain frequency.

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” –Nikola Tesla

95% of the universe’s mass, Dark Matter, is currently invisible to our senses and internal instruments. These are vibrational frequencies, just like everything else that you are capable of perceiving with your senses.

You are capable of translating these frequencies to an understandable form as well. The first step is to know and accept that all mass is nothing but a vibration; nuclei with electrons orbiting around them at a rate of speed creating centripetal force. There is no such thing as solid matter. It’s just that some matter has a stronger centripetal force than others.

4. Our thoughts create our reality.

“A man is but the product of his thoughts – what he thinks, he becomes.” –Mahatma Gandhi

This basically boils down to The Law of Attraction. Thought power is the key to creating your reality. Everything you perceive in the physical world has its origin in the invisible, inner world of your thoughts and beliefs.

To become the master of your destiny, you must learn how to control the nature of your dominant, habitual thoughts – such as controlling your worries and negativity. Worrying is simply wasting time and energy manifesting things you don’t want. By controlling your thoughts, you will be able to attract the things in life you actually want.

5. Time is an illusion.

“Time is an illusion” – Albert Einstein

Einstein’s belief in an undivided solid reality was clear to him, so much so that he completely rejected the separation we experience as the moment of now. He believed there is no true division between past and future, there is rather a single existence.

His most descriptive testimony to this faith came when his lifelong friend Besso died. Einstein wrote a letter to Besso’s family, saying that although Besso had preceded him in death it was of no consequence, “…for us physicists believe the separation between past, present, and future is only an illusion, albeit a convincing one.”

6. Ascension does not involve going anywhere.

Ascension is not about leaving the planet, getting rescued by off-world ETs or flying up into heaven. It is not about watching The Shift unfold online, or waiting for the external world to provide evidence of inner change.

Ascension is a conscious choice to engage in evolution. Ascension is a state of being. A focus of awareness and consciousness into a higher vibrational frequency. It is what we were created for! To “go forth and experience”, and return the experiences back to Source in an infinite loop of co-creation and mastery.

 

 

 

~via thespiritscience.net

STEPHANIE LUCAS: “Sound Healing – Proactive Medicine for People, Plants, and the Planet”

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Ancient cultures around the world have used sound healing to repair the mind, body, and spirit. Vocal prayers, OM chants, the sounds of nature, mantras, music, and various instruments are just a few methods they discovered effective for sound healing… today, science now strongly indicates that sound may indeed be the most incredible healing tool we have in our arsenal!

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Some of the best known research in the field has been documented by scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto’s various studies, which tested the effects of words and music on water crystals. Emoto tested the physiological responses of water samples that were frozen after exposing them to various types of music including heavy metal, classical, and worldly folk songs. His conclusive results were very similar to those in another case discussed in Dr. Mitchell Gaynor’s, “The Healing Power.”

Dr. Gaynor’s book documents a study of the same premise; however, the study he documents focused on plant responses to music within controlled environments – the only differential being the type of music played for each test group. The results: heavy metal music resulted in chaotic crystalline structures and plants that didn’t fare so well. When classical and folk songs were played the plants excessively bloomed and flourished and the ice possessed streamlined crystalline structures under a microscope.

However, the impact of sound on plants and water are only the tip of the iceberg concerning the widespread implications of the magnificent potential and power of sound healing.

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Sound Healing and the Human Body

For the sake of brevity, I’ll just touch on a few ways sounds heals the human body and include a few links with further details on the research for those interested in additional topic investigation.

Migraines and Pain Management: At the California State University in Fresno, a 5-week study showed that migraine patients who have started and continue to listen regularly to their favorite music reported 83% less migraines. Furthermore, a study conducted by  Baltimore researchers at St. Agnes Hospital indicates that sound healing can relieve a variety of pain symptoms, citing it produced effects ‘similar to 10 mg of Valium.’

Immune System: A Michigan State University study discovered that certain sounds hep increase immunity cell production and regeneration by more than 12% in subjects who listened for 15 minutes.

Stress Hormones: Students from the same Michigan State study who listened to music they preferred further showed decreases in cortisol – the stress hormone – by up to 25%.

Kidneys: Doctors are regularly using healing sound wave vibrations to break up kidney and gall stones non-invasively.

Teeth: Using Low-intensity pulsed ultrasound techniques on teeth roots and jawbones, University of Alberta researches have documented tooth growth and regeneration of bone.

Cancer: Some interesting studies to look into include Dr. Gaynor’s Oncology Studies using crystal singing bowls in lieu of chemo/radiation treatments. Also, check out leading sound researcher Fabian Maman’s Sound Healing Studies, which also showed profound cancer healing results using sound.

Ways to Incorporate Sound Healing into Daily Life

  1. Control your sound environment and say ‘No; to toxic tones: Turn off the TV and enjoy the sounds of silence. Set times where noisy family members respect your ‘no-fly’ sound-free zone. Turn off your phone when you don’t want to be bothered with it…that’s what voicemail is for!
  2. Listen to soothing sounds that resonate with YOU, which may change daily. Match sounds to your vibrational frequency (your gut will tell you!) for maximum healing, soothing effects.
  3. Vanquish sounds of discontent whether they be outside ‘noises’ permeating your space or the ‘words’ of someone in a state of discontent. Separate, then replace disquieting sounds and words with positive ones.
  4. Incorporate healing tones and sounds into your daily routine. Just 15 minutes a day can make a profound difference.
  5. Wear sound and harmonically infused jewelry or crystals that bring sounds like the OM of the sun, the frequency of Earth, or harmonies of nature into your energy field.

Certainly, we cannot always control our sound environment, but we can empower ourselves with a few actions to eradicate sounds that don’t resonate with our particular vibrational resonance while embracing those that do prove effective for our mind body spirit healing.


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Fun At-Home Experiment to Evidence the Power of Sound…

Discover for yourself the power of sounds and words and music with your own home experiment. The Apple Experiment is cheap, easy, and fun way to experiment and see with your own eyes how important sound is! Simply cut an apple in half and place them in 2 containers. Speak or play POSITIVE harmonics to one half daily, while doing the opposite for the other and see what happens!

 

 

 

~via QuantumStones.com

KATE SUPINO: “How to Meditate, Part 2”

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In “How to Meditate, Part 1,” we learned what how to get started with meditation, what meditation is, and isn’t, when to meditate and for how long. We also learned about Quantum Stones, and how they can help to open our Chakras, which are the energy centers of our bodies.

Let’s continue the process of meditation with fine tuning the details.

The Place

You can meditate anyplace where you can experience peace and quiet. Many teachers suggest sitting facing a wall to reduce distractions. If you live near a coast, you could meditate facing the great expanse of the ocean. Your specific place of meditation is not as important as your ability to have access to it whenever you want to meditate, and your ability to avoid distraction in that location.

The Posture

In sitting meditation, which is what we are discussing today, there is a certain recommended posture. There are certain keys to that posture that are important to the meditative state:

  • Keep your back straight; do not slouch.
  • Sit atop a thick mat or rug.
  • Position a flat pillow or folded blanket under your spine.
  • Raise your chin ever so slightly to maximize air flow.
  • Your knees should touch the mat beneath you.

Cross your legs so that your feet are resting on top of your thighs. Choose a point in space directly above you and up slightly. (This raises your chin slightly.) Allow your eyes to drop slightly until they are in a half-closed, relaxed position.

Rest your hands on your lap. Entwine your fingers and allow the tips of your thumbs to meet, so that the shape of your hands forms an oval opening at your abdomen.

This is one of the most common meditation postures. It is called the full Lotus posture.

Breathing Meditation

MeditateAn easy way for beginners to get started with meditation is to practice breathing meditation.

As you breathe, focus on your breathing. When you focus on your breathing, you are focusing on the present. The intake, then the exhale. Try not to force your breath. Do not try to control your breathing. Just be aware of your own breathing. If you are having trouble concentrating, you can try counting your breath. One for the inhale, two for the exhale, three for the inhale, and so on. If the counting itself becomes a distraction, stop counting.

When we focus our attention on our breathing, we are focusing on simply being. We are in the here and now. We are not looking forward, nor are we looking backward. We are concentrating, but not concentrating, all our attention on our own existence; simply being aware of ourselves. Nothing more is required, nothing more is needed.

As you meditate in this way, you may experience one of two things. You may experience a heaviness coming from the core of your being, pulling you down onto the earth.  This is a positive experience because you are grounding. You are one with the earth, and you are completely inside yourself. It is a safe, secure feeling that is likely coming from the opening up of your first chakra, located at the base of your spine.

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Alternately, you may experience a sensation of lightness, or floating. You may feel that you are floating in your sitting position, atop your mat, over the world, or even higher, into the social consciousness. This is likely an opening up of your seventh chakra, located on the top of your head. This is a positive experience that can feel a little bit like enlightenment. You may feel released from this earth, and its bounds of gravity on your human body. You may feel at one with your spirit.

There are so many different experiences that people have during and after a meditation session. You may only feel a sense of peace and contentment and that is reason enough to continue your meditation practice.

Remember always that there is no goal in meditation. Never try to achieve anything with your meditation. The main key is to experience your own glorious being. If you can do that, then you will know the happiness in the meditative state.

Here is a story to remember when you are thinking about what it is to meditate:

The Buddha sat under a fig tree as a stranger passed on the road. The stranger was so struck by the Buddha’s radiance that he was moved to ask, “Are you a god?”
“No,” the Buddha answered.
“What are you, then?” the man persisted.
The Buddha replied. “I am awake.”

So many of us are not awake in our own lives. We allow the distractions of the world to permeate our minds and swirl through our thoughts. Our emotions are not under our control, and we react unthinking to random events and occurrences that impact our lives. Whispers of thoughts flitter about in our brains like elusive butterflies that can never be caught. We are flotsam on a sea of discontent and confusion.

Meditation is the means and the method to allow us to transcend the minute details that suck up our life force. Through meditation, you can find solace in simply being you, whoever you are, and wherever you exist on this earth. You can connect with your inner life energy sources. You can be awake.

 

 

 

 

 

~via QuantumStones.com

 

KATE SUPINO: “How To Meditate, Part 1”

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Getting Started with Meditation

There are a handful of ways to meditate, each of them derived from spiritual traditions. Within those traditions there are variations that are employed to suit the individual. But this all makes meditation sound more rigid and complicated than it is. For our purposes today, we will speak of classic Buddhist meditation.

To better understand how to meditate, it is best to achieve and understanding of what meditation is, and what it is not.

What is Meditation?

Meditation is a way for us to experience our own present being. It allows us to be quiet within ourselves. Meditation does not bring us anywhere. There is no goal to meditation. Do not meditate in order to achieve clarity of mind. The clarity will come to you. Do not meditate to rid yourself of stress. The stress will leave you.

How to Meditate, Part 1Do not meditate to work out a problem, cure an ailment, or make a decision. When you do something in order to get something, you are metaphorically leaning forward. In meditation, you are sitting still. You are not thinking about the future, the past, or being distracted with what is happening to the sides of you. This is an important concept of meditation.

Though meditation requires discipline and perseverance, it does not require you to work to clear your mind. It requires you to allow. Allow your mind to clear. Allow the random thoughts to evaporate from your mind as you participate in the now. Simply stated, meditation is the art of being.

When to Meditate

The best time to meditate is when you are in a balanced state. These are recommendations, not dictates.

  • Do not meditate when you have just eaten a heavy meal, or when you are very hungry.
  • Do not meditate when you are very sleepy and thinking about going to bed.
  • Do not mediate when you are aroused sexually.
  • Do not meditate when you are in extreme pain.
  • Do not meditate when you have somewhere you need to be.

Having said that, if those are the only times when you can meditate, you should do so. It is better to meditate at a poor time than to not meditate at all. The recommendations are suggestions for a balanced meditation. But again, some meditation is always better than none.

How Often and How Long

You should try to meditate at least three times a week, though when you delve into meditation, you may find that you enjoy practicing meditation every day. Three times a week represents a minimum goal that will give you enough practice to develop your meditation to a satisfying degree.

MeditationThe length of time that you meditate will depend on your individual situation. You may have more or less time in your day to meditate. It will also depend on your physical condition. Assuming a meditative position for a longer period of time will be more difficult for a person with certain physical conditions.

Generally speaking, it is widely recommended that you try meditating for between 10 – 40 minutes each time you meditate. Less than ten minutes will make it harder to fully experience the meditative state. More than 40 may tire your body or make it develop aches or numbness from being in the same position, motionless, for so long.

You will develop your own comfortable time for your meditation. On some days you may meditate for longer or shorter. Whatever you do, you will know when it is the right length of time.

What to Wear

When you meditate, wear clothing that is not constricting. You should not be aware of a tight waistband around your midsection or sleeves that are squeezing your upper arms during your meditative state. Loose, freshly-laundered clothing is best. You should always be barefoot when meditating.

To Prepare

To begin your meditation, ready your mind and your body. Slow your actions and calm your mind. As you walk toward the place where you will meditate, be aware of yourself and your body. Begin meditating before you meditate.

Energy

MeditationWhen you meditate, your seven energy centers, called Chakras, will be stimulated. Many people experience additional benefits from the meditation practice when they incorporate Quantum Stones in their ritual. Quantum Stones are stones that have stored spiritual vibrations. These vibrations enhance the energy movement within our bodies. The vibrational energy of Quantum Stones can be measured scientifically and felt simply by touch. Wearing such a pendant can raise your energy by a factor of between 2 and 12 or higher. During meditation, the energy coming from these pendants is palpable.

In our next post, we’ll discuss where you should meditate, your posture, and your mental state of awareness. In the meantime, you can continue to prepare your thoughts, select your clothing and gather your Quantum Stones to help maximize energy movement.

Continued on Part 2

 

 

 

 

~via QuantumStones.com