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Quantum Physics, Spirituality And Your Thoughts, Beliefs and Emotions

Quantum Physics, Spirituality And Your Thoughts, Beliefs and Emotions
Quantum Physics, Spirituality And Your Life Experience : They're Not As Different Nor as Separate As You May Currently Think And Believe. Your Thoughts, Beliefs and Emotions Shape Your World. Now You'll FINALLY Understand Why in a Very Simplified Kind of Way!! Quantum Physics once understood not only can but will open your eyes to an unseen world few are aware of as well as enable and empower you to see the importance of consciously aligning your thoughts, emotions and actions with your heartfelt desires making the term Heaven on Earth more than just a nice thought or novel idea simply because, You CAN Quantum Physics Demystifies The Process Of Creation and Reveals The Simplicity of Conscious, Intentional and Purposeful as Well as Unconscious and Unintentional Manifestation What exactly is Quantum Physics? An on the surface look of a strictly intellectual nature of what Quantum Physics is and what quantum physicists do may, and perhaps does sound a bit ho hum or really complex. How so? Related:  lynnylouwho

True Abundance And Happiness Is Attainable For You - Got Yours? Learn How Secret Teachings of All Ages: The Pythagorean Theory of Music and Color Sacred Texts Esoteric Index Previous Next p. 81 HARMONY is a state recognized by great philosophers as the immediate prerequisite of beauty. A compound is termed beautiful only when its parts are in harmonious combination. The universe is made up of successive gradations of good, these gradations ascending from matter (which is the least degree of good) to spirit (which is the greatest degree of good). It is highly probable that the Greek initiates gained their knowledge of the philosophic and therapeutic aspects of music from the Egyptians, who, in turn, considered Hermes the founder of the art. While the early Chinese, Hindus, Persians, Egyptians, Israelites, and Greeks employed both vocal and instrumental music in their religious ceremonials, also to complement their poetry and drama, it remained for Pythagoras to raise the art to its true dignity by demonstrating its mathematical foundation. Click to enlargeTHE INTERVALS AND HARMONIES OF THE SPHERES. From Fludd's De Musica Mundana.

Whole-Self Have you ever wondered - "Who am I?"; "What am I really doing here?"; "What is my purpose in life?". Unknown to the conscious part of your self, you are involved in a big game - the game of Life. The diagram below, the Whole-Self hologram, is a representation of the whole of your Self. Did you consciously know this? There may be a part of you that wants to dismiss all of this because you can't remember, or worse still you may be in denial. How is knowing any of this going to change your life? Refer to the Re-integrating Fragments of Self page to learn how to initiate this process.

Harmony and Proportion: Pythagoras: Music and Space Pythagoras (6th century BC) observed that when the blacksmith struck his anvil, different notes were produced according to the weight of the hammer. Number (in this case amount of weight) seemed to govern musical tone... See if you can hear the sound in your imagination before it comes, by judging from the proportions of the string lengths. The first one's easy. Again, number (in this case amount of space) seemed to govern musical tone. He also discovered that if the length of the two strings are in relation to each other 2:3, the difference in pitch is called a fifth: ...and if the length of the strings are in relation to each other 3:4, then the difference is called a fourth. Thus the musical notation of the Greeks, which we have inherited can be expressed mathematically as 1:2:3:4 All this above can be summarised in the following. (Another consonance which the Greeks recognised was the octave plus a fifth, where 9:18 = 1:2, an octave, and 18:27 = 2:3, a fifth;)

Esoteric Tube - Downloading Reality Pythagoras and Music of Life Pythagoras & Music of the Spheres There is geometry in the humming of the strings ... there is music in the spacing of the spheres. Pythagoras From Egypt we move across the Mediterranean Sea to the Greek island of Samos, the birthplace of Pythagoras, whose ideas dominate most of the material in this course. We'll introduce Pythagoras and his secret society of the Pythagoreans. We'll look at the Pythagoreans' ideas about numbers, as a prelude to our next unit on number symbolism. Our main link between Egypt and Greece seems to be Thales c 640-550 BC, father of Greek mathematics, astronomy, and Philosophy, and was one of the Seven Sages of Greece. Raphael's School of Athens Slide 3-1: Raphael's School of Athens 1510-11. Janson, H. Pythagoras is shown in this famous painting, done by Raphael in 1510-11, which also shows most of the Greek philosophers. Socrates sprawls on the steps at their feet, the hemlock cup nearby. Plato's student Aristotle, the man of good sense, stands next to him. 2 Dyad.

Healing Journeys with the Energy of Crystals, Reiki, Angels, Colour, & more! 10 Things you didn't know about sound Shh! Make your life sound better Julian Treasure: Sounds we hear have an important effect on our lives and healthNoise can cause physical harm and sound can heal, he saysHe says headphone abuse is creating deaf kidsMore research needed to fully understand how what we hear affects our health, he says Editor's note: TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to "Ideas worth spreading," which it makes available through talks posted on its website. Julian Treasure, the author of "Sound Business," is chairman of UK-based audio branding specialist The Sound Agency and an international speaker on sound's effects on people, on business and on society. (CNN) -- Most of us have become so used to suppressing noise that we don't think much about what we're hearing, or about how we listen. 1.) 2.) 3.) Video: Julian Treasure: Making life sound better 4.) Women, by contrast, typically adopt an expansive listening position, enjoying the journey, going with the flow. 5.) According to a 1999 U.S. 6.) 7. 8. 9.

Chakra From an 1899 Yoga manuscript in the Braj Bhasa language. Their name derives from the Sanskrit word for "wheel" or "turning", but in the yogic context a better translation of the word is 'vortex or whirlpool'.[1][note 1] The concept of chakra features in tantric and yogic traditions of Hinduism and Buddhism. Etymology[edit] Sanskrit chakra derives from the Proto-Indo-European *kʷekʷlos; its cognates include Greek kuklos, Lithuanian kaklas, Tocharian B kokale, and English "wheel," as well as "circle" and "cycle".[2] M. "Circle," used in a variety of senses, symbolising endless rotation of shakti.A circle of people. The linguist Jorma Koivulehto wrote (2001) of the annual Finnish Kekri celebration, having borrowed the word from early Indo-Aryan Languages.[5] History[edit] Characteristics[edit] The texts and teachings present different numbers of chakras. "In fact, there is no "standard" system of the chakras. The following features are common: Use in religious traditions[edit] Hindu Tantra[edit]