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Are you interested in waking up to your true nature as Pure Awareness? Do you want to remodel your limbic brain with more positive attractor patterns? If so, and if you're willing to endure the discomforts of Ego fighting to take back the driver's seat from Awareness...read on.
By striving to unlock the mysteries of the universe and to align with the forces of creation, students of the Kabbalah attempt to make their way back to God.
We have 64,000 thoughts per day. Here is the interesting statistic, 95% of those thoughts are the same things we thought about yesterday and the day before that. These are the same thoughts you will be thinking about tomorrow and the next day and the day after that. As you can see not much new information is being thought about. We become strongly attached to “our” way of thinking as we repeat these same thoughts day after day.
With each thought we have a chemical is made by our brain. Every thought has a corresponding chemical for each thought.
Dr. Emoto, already fascinated by the nature of water, was inspired by his colleague Dr. Lee Lorenzen, biochemist and developer of "micro-cluster water:" Due to their work together, Dr. Emoto began his study of the properties of water and how human thought/feeling can influence it. Measuring this influence has been a long, complex journey, but at this point, Masaru Emoto has developed a technique for measuring and demonstrating the impact of subtle energies upon water.
Dr. Emoto began his study of the properties of water and how human thought/feeling can influence it.
The concept of mediumship is nothing new. It has been around for thousands of years within various cultures and religions. Yet, while many throughout the world today continue to embrace the practice of spirit communication it is still largely frowned upon in western society.
Since the early 1800’s to mid 1900‘s, there have been several documented cases of mediums making contact with the spirit world. However, for the purpose of this article as well as time constraint, I will mention just a few of the more well-known mediums of that time. Among them were Edgar Cayce, Maggie and Katie Fox, Allen Kardec and Emma Hardinge Britten. Fast forward to today, and you will find a whole new breed of mediums making a name for themselves such as James Van Praagh, John Edward, John Holland and Lisa Williams, each creating an atmosphere of peace and comfort for some, deep skepticism and controversy from others. And at the root of the controversy always seems to be the same age-old question….is it real?