Quantum Physics, Consciousness, and How Manifestation Happens – with Amit Goswami By: Tim Chrisco, Guest Contributor, Waking Times In the following series of videos Professor Amit Goswami describes the process of, for lack of a better word, enlightenment. In his description he gives us a clear understanding of how our consciousness interacts with the world, and how enlightenment occurs. It turns out, according to Professor Goswami, that achieving an ‘enlightened state’ is not really all that difficult. Toward the end of Professors Goswami’s talk he describes how our memory creates the world in which live. It seems that the key to manifesting the future that we want lies in our memories. Watch this video. About the Author Tim Chrisco is a health and wellness professional, Qi Gong instructor at Jingui Golden Shield Qi Gong in Austin, Texas, and the editor of ChooseNaturally.com. Image Credits: Emmapenman
Brad Austen: The Different Dimensions and Our Multidimensional Selves Written by Brad Austen, Mindful-Meditations. A lot of material has been channeled in the new age community about the different dimensions and ascension. But what are these dimensions? The Earth has multiple dimensions, which remain invisible until you are vibrating to that particular dimension. Dimensions aren’t so much a place, but a state of being and vibration. The same is happening with our bodies. Our multidimensional selves contain great wisdom and knowledge. Mediums and psychics are able to tap into the akashic records to reveal information that normally isn’t within our awareness. As humanity continues to ascend, we will heal our bodies and past life karma. As humanity begins to vibrate higher, new forms of healing and technology will be made available. I believe we have a very bright future ahead of us. Like this: Like Loading...
How To Have An Out Of Body Experience Robert Monroe's Method In his book, Journeys Out of the Body, Robert Monroe describes a complicated-sounding technique for inducing OBEs. In part, it is similar to other imagination methods, but it starts with induction of the "vibrational state". The next step involves entering the state bordering sleep (the hypnagogic state). After first achieving this state, Monroe recommends to deepen it. Once you have achieved the vibrational state, you have to learn to control it, to smooth out the vibrations by "pulsing" them. To leave the body, Monroe advocates the "lift-out" method.
Biocentric universe Biocentric universe (from Greek: βίος, bios, "life"; and κέντρον, kentron, "center") — also known as biocentrism — is a concept proposed in 2007 by American doctor of medicine Robert Lanza, a scientist in the fields of regenerative medicine and biology, which sees biology as the central driving science in the universe, and an understanding of the other sciences as reliant on a deeper understanding of biology. Biocentrism states that life and biology are central to being, reality, and the cosmos — life creates the universe rather than the other way around. It asserts that current theories of the physical world do not work, and can never be made to work, until they fully account for life and consciousness. While physics is considered fundamental to the study of the universe, and chemistry fundamental to the study of life, biocentrism claims that scientists will need to place biology before the other sciences to produce a theory of everything. Hypothesis Reception
MIT discovers the location of memories: Individual neurons Update 12/2/15: We’ve now followed up on this story: The more we learn about memory, the weirder it gets. The original continues below. MIT researchers have shown, for the first time ever, that memories are stored in specific brain cells. As you can imagine, the trick here is activating individual neurons, which are incredibly small and not really the kind of thing you can attach electrodes to. Now, just to temper your excitement, we should note that MIT’s subjects in this case are mice — but it’s very, very likely that the human brain functions in the same way. In the experiment, MIT gave mice an electric shock to create a fear memory in the hippocampus region of the brain (pictured above) — and then later, using laser light, activated the neurons where the memory was stored. The main significance here is that we finally have proof that memories (engrams, in neuropsychology speak) are physical rather than conceptual.
Quantum Process To Slow Time And Savor The Moment Updated November 22, 2014 by in5d Alternative News * Click HERE to visit our Official Facebook page and be sure to "Like" us!!! (opens in a new window) * Also visit in5D Connection where you can find your soul mate or join one of our amazing groups. EVERYONE is welcome! by Kim Caldwell guest writer for In5D.com “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” ~ Henry Stanley Haskins There is a simple way to direct the flow of energy that will slow time and takes less than a minute to do. I was blessed to attend a workshop with the world-renowned Genevieve Paulson . . During our workshop Genevieve casually mentioned an exercise she uses to slow time. This is when I realized that we have much more control over time in our lives than we realize. The process for slowing time is as follows. Genevieve also mentioned a quote that I loved by Fritz Perls , “Anxiety is excitement without breathing.” I send you peace and blessings
What's The Difference Between Astrology And Tarot - Freeastrology123 At first sight Astrology and Tarot might not seem terribly closely related; astrology is based on the movement of heavenly bodies as they appear from Earth, whilst Tarot cards are 78 pieces of cardboard with some decidedly odd pictures on them. Astrology is the far older discipline and has been dated to the 3rd millennium BC. Written evidence for the use of Astrology dates back to 1700 BC during the reign of the Babylon King Sargon of Akkad. The history of the tarot is a little less certain. It seems that mystical cards were used as a form of prediction in India and the Far East in ancient times; however, how much these had in common with the modern Tarot pack is debateable. By the Middle Ages the Tarot had reached Europe, tradition has it that the cards were brought by Gypsies or even the Knights Templar (the Knights Templar do seem to have been a busy bunch). So what do the Tarot and Astrology have in common? Tarot on the other hand is rather different.
Quantum cryptography Quantum cryptography describes the use of quantum mechanical effects (in particular quantum communication and quantum computation) to perform cryptographic tasks or to break cryptographic systems. The advantage of quantum cryptography lies in the fact that it allows the completion of various cryptographic tasks that are proven or conjectured to be impossible using only classical (i.e. non-quantum) communication (see below for examples). For example, quantum mechanics guarantees that measuring quantum data disturbs that data; this can be used to detect eavesdropping in quantum key distribution. History Quantum key distribution The most well known and developed application of quantum cryptography is quantum key distribution (QKD). The security of QKD can be proven mathematically without imposing any restrictions on the abilities of an eavesdropper, something not possible with classical key distribution. Quantum commitment Bounded- and noisy-quantum-storage model
Zahi Hawass, Egypt's Antiquities Chief, Fired CAIRO -- Egypt's antiquities minister, whose trademark Indiana Jones hat made him one the country's best known figures around the world, was fired Sunday after months of pressure from critics who attacked his credibility and accused him of having been too close to the regime of ousted President Hosni Mubarak. Zahi Hawass, long chided as publicity loving and short on scientific knowledge, lost his job along with about a dozen other ministers in a Cabinet reshuffle meant to ease pressure from protesters seeking to purge remnants of Mubarak's regime. "He was the Mubarak of antiquities," said Nora Shalaby, an activist and archaeologist. "He acted as if he owned Egypt's antiquities, and not that they belonged to the people of Egypt." Despite the criticism, he was credited with helping boost interest in archaeology in Egypt and tourism, a pillar of the country's economy. But after Mubarak's ouster on Feb. 11 in a popular uprising, pressure began to build for him to step down.
What the Hell Are Tachyons? Tachyons cause a lot of problems in movies with starships, but they also cause problems for people in real life. Specifically, they cause problems for students of relativity and string theorists. Learn about the ins and outs of tachyons, and why they need extra dimensions. Whenever the Borg come jumping out of a wormhole in space, go ahead and blame tachyons. Tachyons are particles that have mass, but travel faster than light. Before we dismiss tachyons as an annoyance to both philosophy students and Star Fleet captains, let’s take a look at the problems they pose for string theorists. The relationship between energy and mass is defined by Einstein as E = mc2. In string theory, the lowest level fluctuations of a basic string – the kind that are unavoidable and present at all times because they are quantum fluctuations – add up to a negative squared mass. While three dimensions don’t provide enough wiggle room for strings, more dimensions give them quite a lot of room to vibrate.
A Case Study in Voodoo Genetics A new review of published studies looking at the relationship between a gene and brain structure offers a sobering lesson in how science goes wrong. Dutch neuroscientists Marc Molendijk and colleagues took all of the studies that compared a particular variant, BDNF val66met, and the volume of the human hippocampus. It's a long story, but there are various biological reasons that these two things might be correlated. It turns out that the first published reports found large genetic effects, but that ever since then, the size of the effects has dropped, with the latest studies finding no effects at all - A cumulative meta-analysis confirms that as more studies on BDNF val66met have appeared, the overall effect estimate has steadily declined - Finally, the authors found signs of publication bias: there were three small, imprecise studies that reported very large effects of the gene, but no such studies finding no effect (or a reverse effect).