An Iceberg Didn’t Sink the Titanic

April 25, 2009

Titanic

What if I told you that an iceberg didn’t sink the Titanic? OK, you’d probably say David is off on one of his “conspiracy theory” trips again or that he finally fell off the deep end. Well, it’s true an iceberg DIDN’T sink the Titanic…the Titanic sank from the water that flooded it after the Titanic hit the iceberg!! It’s not just a matter of semantics, it’s a simple example of what a paradigm shift is.

When The Church told us that the the Sun, Planets and stars revolved around the Earth and went out of it’s way to persecute anyone who said otherwise (despite having empirical data stating the obvious), we were in desperate need of a large paradigm shift, a paradigm shift that I’m glad to report we now have successfully accomplished. Just ask anyone you know and they’ll tell you the Earth revolves around the Sun.

The Real Secret
Now, what if I told you there was an idea that we have held on to dearly that is in need of the same paradigm shifting? This idea is so big and will be so difficult to get our minds around that there will likely be the same outcry from humanity “how could this be!”.

I recently began reading a book called “The Self Aware Universe” written by Amit Goswami a physics professor at the University of Oregon. If you were one of the ten’s of millions of people who watched the movie “What the Bleep!?: Down the Rabbit Hole” you got a taste of Amit’s theory which is gathering not only momentum in the scientific community, but empirical data in the lab through the study of quantum physics. If you watched or read The Secret it’s basic idea of the laws of attraction is a great introduction to this idea of quantum physics, a good next step for you would be to watch What the Bleep!?

Putting religion aside for a minute, it has long been assumed by science that the brain creates consciousness Richard Dawkins in his book The God Delusion covers this idea ad nausium

What Does This Mean To Me
The million dollar question:  so what does all of this mean to you in your everyday life?? Nothing…if you don’t want it to.

Did the discovery that the Earth was round affect a farmer in France who had no need or desire to cross the Atlantic Ocean? Nope. But if he was looking for more land and a place he could raise his family independantly from the crushing laws and taxes of the King of France…it quite literally meant, the World!


Interview: Dolores Cannon

October 21, 2008

 

The Convoluted Universe

Dolores Cannon is a past-life regressionist and hypnotherapist who specializes in the recovery and cataloging of what can be called “lost knowledge”. Some of her discoveries have been controversial (Conversations with Nostradamus, Keepers of the Garden) to say the least, others simply fascinating. Her roots in hypnosis go back to the 1960s. She has been specializing in past-life therapy since 1979.

As you may already know I have been reading some of her work for quite some time now (Convoluted Universe 1, Convoluted Universe 2 and now her latest book Convoluted Universe 3) and referencing some of her amazing lost knowledge discoveries here on The Blah, Blah, Blog. Well, this past July (sorry for the delay, August and September were pretty messed up for me in case you hadn’t heard) it was my distinct honour to interview her while she was here in Montréal for a conference and to teach her hypnotherapy technique to a class full of eager student’s.

Despite being here in Montréal her schedule only permitted a telephone interview but that didn’t deter us one bit from quickly getting into concepts of consciousness, 2012 prophecy and The New Earth.

The following are the ten questions I posed to her. To hear Dolores’ response to my question click on the ‘play’ icon below each question. (ex. )

 

The Interview:

1. Tell me about your regression technique, how did you develop it?

2. What makes your technique special?

3.What was your original reaction when you realized what you had stumbled on?

4. How do you deal with skeptics?

5. Could you elaborate a little on this idea of “The New Earth”?

6. Will people notice any changes?

7. I’m reading a book by physics professor Amit Goswami [1][2][3] called “The Self Aware Universe” (1995) where he makes a case for the idea that in the evolutionary process consciousness came before matter…that the only “reality” is consciousness…and that matter is a by-product of consciousness itself rather than the other way around. Is this idea consistent with your research”? In Convoluted Universe 2 one of your subjects said that the afterlife experience is more real than what we (in this life) perceive as reality…

8. …when I clarified Amit Goswami’s thesis, by saying that he is scientifically proving what she’s been saying she reacted like this…

9. Based on your research what would you say is God?

10. Is God consciousness?

 

I believe that our modern world is based on fundamentally flawed conceptions of time and mind and that on this shaky foundation we have built a civilization which as it grows is becoming increasingly shaky (see, stock market and political news). Dolores Cannon’s work is helping to expose the need to rethink all of our grand assumptions and to establish a new paradigm.

You can order her book(s) through her website or at Amazon.com

Dolores Cannon

Dolores Cannon


The Truth About Meditation

September 23, 2008

 

Yo–ga /’jəügə/ n: A philosophy that teaches how to regain ownership of the mind, senses, and body in order to produce mystical experience, ultimately resulting in union of the individual soul with universal existence.

We are all seeking yoga one way or the other, and we’re not talking about weird physical poses or difficult stretching exercises. The word yoga is a Sanskrit word that means union; union of mind, body, individuality, and totality. Yoga is the ultimate goal of existence. It is why we are here on this planet.

We all want a better life. We want a better job, a better car, more money, a new house, a new relationship, and the list goes on.

We think that we really are after those things when in truth, we are after the feelings that these things produce in us. We are after more happiness, more completion, and more satisfaction. However, we have too long been looking in the wrong places. We’ve been trying to find fulfillment in the temporary and ever changing world of the relative.

According to ancient religions and philosophies – and recently quantum physics – there are 2 levels of existence: the Relative and the Absolute. The Relative is the world we perceive with our senses; the world where opposites co – exist and are interdependent, where good and bad are 2 sides of the same coin. It is evident and clear that there can be no up without down, no happiness without sadness, and no birth without death.

The Absolute is the eternal, omnipresent, omniscient field that underlies all relative existence. Physicists call this field the Unified Field; religions call it the will of God. The absolute is un – manifest in its nature, yet responsible for the manifestation of all things in creation. Meaning, it is not physical and cannot be perceived on the ordinary level of our senses, yet from it springs the infinite diversity of the universe. Basically, all creation is the will of God – the unmanifest – expressing itself in physical form. The absolute lies at the subtlest level of all creation, beyond the physical, mental, and emotional planes.

The goal of yoga, and the only way to find fulfillment in our day–to–day lives, is to more>>>


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