For all that has been, thanks. For all that will be, yes. --Dag Hammarskjold
I am enjoying an online course called "Technology, Consciousness and Evolution." The presenters are Gregg Braden, Bruce Lipton and Lynne McTaggart.
For years, I have been encouraging my clients and students to recognize the magnificent intelligence of their bodies, to see that our bodies innately know how to maintain a state of wholeness. We need look no further than the healing of cut on the finger--we don't have to consciously tell our bodies what to do with that. We simply assume that it will be healed.
I am just finishing up the set of modules by Dr. Lipton, who wrote the excellent book, "The Biology of Belief." To make a long story short, our biology is not controlled by our genes--we are not victims of heredity. (I am living proof of this, by the way. Given all the health issues my parents had, I should be a mess right now, but I am extremely healthy.) Our biology, every single cell, is controlled by our consciousness. Note that this is not the information most of us have been taught. A concrete example of this is when we are thinking of love, one set of chemicals, "feel good stuff" to be simple, is released throughout the body. In contrast, when we are in a state of fear, a completely different set of chemicals is sent throughout the body, preparing us for "fight or flight" among other things. If we can accept this "new" science and apply it, it is an absolutely revolutionary change in how we see ourselves and our bodies. I place the word "new" in quotes, because even Jesus his own self said, "It is done unto you as you believe." Who knew he was even talking about our bodies!?!?!
Back to the day's quote above. If we live in that mindset, our consciousness is providing good mojo to our cells and promoting well-being. Heckuva deal!
Thanks and yes,