Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Hypnotherapy - Hypnosis



“I love people. I love my family, my children … but inside myself is a place where I live all alone and that's where you renew your springs that never dry up.” ~ Pearl S. Buck

Using hypnosis you can go back in time and defuse any negative emotion, therefore, changing your present, past, and future simultaneously for the better. We tend to think of using Hypnosis to fix something that we don't like, but it can also be used to "focus" on our best moments in life to create even better ones.

We play with Time in Hypnosis. In fact, hypnotherapy is the perfect place to experience time as a pliable event mover. I can take a client into a deep regression and they can find themselves back in the event of their earlier years, feeling that age and recalling that experience all over again. This is called quantum physics "timeless" reality. It states that time is an illusion created by the way our conscious mind experiences physical reality. We see time as events because we see change, but in fact, it goes in both directions, future and past. That concept is nearly impossible for us to grasp because we are seeing change. What I love about hypnosis is it allows you to play with time and affect it in the present moment point of power.

Recently, I took a client of mine back to the 3rd grade to help her recall a literature award that she won. This was a pivotal point in her life that had relatively no meaning to her, because the award was with someone a 3rd grader would not have known or cared much about. But, the adult who entered her in the writing contest knew how important this prize would be to her one day, when she was grown and had become an accomplished writer herself.

The prize was lunch with Pearl S. Buck the first women to win the Noble Prize in Literature and the Pulitzer Prize. The hypnosis session I took my client through was called " age regression" to recall this day. It took about 20 minutes to get her so relaxed that we could start to go back into time. Suddenly, she was there, feeling as if she was in the 3rd grade. She experienced herself on the bus heading to Pearl's farmhouse with a group of 8 other students from other schools in the area.

She recalled the lunch in perfect detail as if she were back in time. Pearl was wearing a blue dress with a white sweater. She had a bun in her hair. My client was sitting on the grass under a tree and Pearl was reading to her, with the eight other student gathered around them. Pearl's fingers were old and crooked on the pages, and her knees were showing as she sat on the ground reading to the children. My client a tiny third grader was pulling out the long grass from boredom, yet noticed the red barn on the property and the brown paper-bag lunches that they were given.

This day that had been forgotten until now, suddenly had new meaning to her as she recalled the significance of it, as she felt the feeling of being both a child and an adult at the same time. Her close friend the school Librarian had selected her book for the young authors contest knowing that one day she would understand this extraordinary gift...not only given to her, but one she had earned as a young talented writer herself. The story that she had written in the third grade which won her the contest was titled, "All Alone" and that was how she felt on the day she met Pearl S. Buck. Sometimes our past, present, and future, collide and a new exquisite moment is born. Hypnosis is a great tool to play with time to see what it has to tell us. This is proof that the past is alive and that all time simultaneously exists in the present.

Through Hypnotherapy-Hypnosis, Self-Hypnosis, NLP and EFT tapping I can help you pull in your ideal reality from all the probabilities. My practice includes Skype/Phone Hypnosis and Live Hypnosis. Click the "BOOK NOW" button on my website www.HypnosisByKellyGranite.com  to schedule your one-hour Hypnotherapy Session with me.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Is the Universe Conscious? — Physicist Matloff says YES!

Photo from NASA
Physicist Gregory Matloff argues that a “proto-consciousness field” could extend through all of space. 

For centuries, modern science has been shrinking the gap between humans and the rest of the universe, from Isaac Newton showing that one set of laws applies equally to falling apples and orbiting moons to Carl Sagan intoning that “we are made of star stuff” — that the atoms of our bodies were literally forged in the nuclear furnaces of other stars.

Even in that context, Gregory Matloff’s ideas are shocking. The veteran physicist at New York City College of Technology recently published a paper arguing that humans may be like the rest of the universe in substance and in spirit. A “proto-consciousness field” could extend through all of space, he argues. Stars may be thinking entities that deliberately control their paths. Put more bluntly, the entire cosmos may be self-aware.

Matloff argues that panpsychism is too important to ignore.
“It’s all very speculative, but it’s something we can check and either validate or falsify,” he says.

Three decades ago, Penrose introduced a key element of panpsychism with his theory that consciousness is rooted in the statistical rules of quantum physics as they apply in the microscopic spaces between neurons in the brain.

In 2006, German physicist Bernard Haisch, known both for his studies of active stars and his openness to unorthodox science, took Penrose’s idea a big step further. Haisch proposed that the quantum fields that permeate all of empty space (the so-called "quantum vacuum") produce and transmit consciousness, which then emerges in any sufficiently complex system with energy flowing through it. And not just a brain, but potentially any physical structure. Intrigued, Matloff wondered if there was a way to take these squishy arguments and put them to an observational test.

One of the hallmarks of life is its ability to adjust its behavior in response to stimulus. Matloff began searching for astronomical objects that unexpectedly exhibit this behavior. Recently, he zeroed in on a little-studied anomaly in stellar motion known as Paranego’s Discontinuity. On average, cooler stars orbit our galaxy more quickly than do hotter ones. Most astronomers attribute the effect to interactions between stars and gas clouds throughout the galaxy. Matloff considered a different explanation. He noted that the anomaly appears in stars that are cool enough to have molecules in their atmospheres, which greatly increases their chemical complexity.

Matloff noted further that some stars appear to emit jets that point in only one direction, an unbalanced process that could cause a star to alter its motion. He wondered: Could this actually be a willful process? Is there any way to tell?

If Paranego’s Discontinuity is caused by specific conditions within the galaxy, it should vary from location to location. But if it is something intrinsic to the stars — as consciousness would be — it should be the same everywhere. Data from existing stellar catalogs seems to support the latter view, Matloff claims. Detailed results from the Gaia star-mapping space telescope, due in 2018, will provide a more stringent test.

Matloff is under no illusion that his colleagues will be convinced, but he remains upbeat: “Shouldn’t we at least be checking? Maybe we can move panpsychism from philosophy to observational astrophysics.”

"In principle, some purely physical systems that are not biological or organic may also be conscious.”

While Matloff looks out to the stars to verify panpsychism, Christof Koch looks at humans. In his view, the existence of widespread, ubiquitous consciousness is strongly tied to scientists’ current understanding of the neurological origins of the mind.

“The only dominant theory we have of consciousness says that it is associated with complexity — with a system’s ability to act upon its own state and determine its own fate,” Koch says. “Theory states that it could go down to very simple systems. In principle, some purely physical systems that are not biological or organic may also be conscious.”

Koch is inspired by integrated information theory, a hot topic among modern neuroscientists, which holds that consciousness is defined by the ability of a system to be influenced by its previous state and to influence its next state.

The human brain is just an extreme example of that process, Koch explains: “We are more complex, we have more self-awareness — well, some of us do — but other systems have awareness, too. We may share this property of experience, and that is what consciousness is: the ability to experience anything, from the most mundane to the most refined religious experience.”

Like Matloff, Koch and his colleagues are actively engaged in experimental tests of these ideas. One approach is to study brain-impaired patients to see if their information responses align with biological measures of their consciousness. Another approach, further off, is to wire the brains of two mice together and see how the integrated consciousness of the animals changes as the amount of information flowing between them is increased. At some point, according to integrated information theory, the two should merge into a single, larger information system. Eventually, it should be possible to run such experiments with humans, wiring their brains together to see if a new type of consciousness emerges.

Despite their seeming similarities, Koch is dubious of Matloff’s volitional stars. What is distinctive about living things, according to his theory, is not that they are alive but that they are complex. Although the sun is vastly bigger than a bacterium, from a mathematical perspective it is also vastly simpler. Koch allows that a star may have an internal life that allows it to “feel,” but whatever that feeling is, it is much less than the feeling of being an E. coli.

On the other hand, “even systems that we don’t consider animate could have a little bit of consciousness,” Koch says. “It is part and parcel of the physical.” From this perspective, the universe may not exactly be thinking, but it still has an internal experience intimately tied to our own.

“The only dominant theory we have of consciousness says that it is associated with complexity — with a system’s ability to act upon its own state and determine its own fate.”

Which brings us to Roger Penrose and his theories linking consciousness and quantum mechanics. He does not overtly identify himself as a panpsychist, but his argument that self-awareness and free will begin with quantum events in the brain inevitably links our minds with the cosmos. Penrose sums up this connection beautifully in his opus "The Road to Reality":

“The laws of physics produce complex systems, and these complex systems lead to consciousness, which then produces mathematics, which can then encode in a succinct and inspiring way the very underlying laws of physics that gave rise to it.”

Despite his towering stature as a physicist, Penrose has encountered resistance to his theory of consciousness. Oddly, his colleagues have been more accepting of the exotic, cosmic-consciousness implications of quantum mechanics. Ever since the 1920s, physicists have puzzled over the strangely privileged role of the observer in quantum theory. A particle exists in a fuzzy state of uncertainty…but only until it is observed. As soon as someone looks at it and takes its measurements, the particle seems to collapse into a definite location.

SPACE
Warp Speed Won't Get Us To The Stars, But This Just Might
The late physicist John Wheeler concluded that the apparent oddity of quantum mechanics was built on an even grander and odder truth: that the universe as a whole festers in a state of uncertainty and snaps into clear, actual being when observed by a conscious being — that is, us.

“We are participators in bringing into being not only the near and here but the far away and long ago,” Wheeler said in 2006. He calls his interpretation the “participatory anthropic principle.” If he is correct, the universe is conscious, but in almost the opposite of the way that Matloff pictures it: Only through the acts of conscious minds does it truly exist at all.

It is hard to imagine how a scientist could put the participatory anthropic principle to an empirical test. There are no stars to monitor, and no brains to measure, to understand whether reality depends on the presence of consciousness. Even if it cannot be proven, the participatory anthropic principle extends the unifying agenda of modern science, powerfully evoking the sense of connectedness. 

This concept is not new, it was first introduced by Jane Robert's through what is known as the "Seth Material." Here is a snippet of this... The consciousness of atoms and molecules can be likened to the subconscious as you now know it, in that it is generalized to a large degree, but energy-propelled. You should perhaps realize by now that the inner self, the mind and its components, is composed or forms a unitary force field of its own. 

The subconscious is a radiation outward from the mental enclosure that can be considered as a nucleus. The conscious is the furthest reach, the outer radius of the primary field. Emanations from this field continue, traveling further, projecting energy that is transformed as you know into matter; and in a simplified version of your universe perceived in terms of such force fields, you would have seemingly endless atoms and molecules spinning about the nucleus, or an endless variety of such patterns that would appear on first appraisal random to an observer from another field.
JANE ROBERTS - THE EARLY SESSIONS: BOOK 3 OF THE SETH MATERIAL "

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Longevity Secret 16 - Raw Food Diet Educator



Life is wonderful, and you really know this when you are playing Llama Golf!
Join David and I in North Carolina, where I share the facts about my Raw Food Diet!

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Friday, September 15, 2017

Skype Hypnosis to Rewrite Your Past? —Bizarre Quantum Experiment Says Yes!


By Ellie Zolfagharifard

Can the past be changed by the FUTURE? Bizarre quantum experiment suggests time can run backward

  • 1. Scientists probed the quantum mechanical properties of single particles
  • 2. The particles don't have a fixed state until they are observed by scientist
  • 3. Study found knowing future outcome of particle also changes initial state 
  • 4. They believe particles change their state due to scientist's knowledge
  • 5. This suggests that time could run both backwards and forwards
  • 6. If this proves true, it could mean that what we're doing now has been influenced by decisions made by a future version of us, the study claims

Your past influences your present which changes your future.
But if time were like space, shouldn't the future also influence the past and the present?
A remarkable new study suggests that it just might – and the evidence has been shown in the world of quantum mechanics. Scientists in the US have devised a series of new experiments to probe the quantum mechanical properties of single particles. These particles have a state that is not merely unknown, but totally undefined before it is measured. It is the act of measurement itself that forces the particle to collapse to a definite state - as evidenced in the infamous Schrödinger's cat thought experiment. 

Professor Kater Murch at Washington University has found that by knowing the future outcome of a particle, its state in the past is altered. Without knowing the information, the state is more likely to remain the same. In other words, knowing future events can change the past.
The theory follows another postulated by scientists back in December. They proposed that at the moment of the Big Bang (illustrated), a 'mirror universe' to our own was created that moves in the opposite direction through time - and intelligent beings in each one would perceive the other to be moving backwards

If this proves true in our 'classical' world, it would mean that what we're doing now has been influenced by the decision made by a future version of us.

The quantum state was detected by putting a circuit inside a microwave box.
A few microwave photons – or particles of light – were sent into the box, where their quantum fields interacted with the circuit. When the photons exited the box they had information about the quantum system. 'We start each run by putting the qubit in a superposition of the two states,' Professor Murch said. 'Then we do a strong measurement but hide the result, continuing to follow the system with weak measurements.' They then try to guess the hidden result, which is their version of the missing page of the murder mystery.

'Calculating forward, the probability of finding the system in a particular state, your odds of guessing right are only 50-50,' Murch said.

'But you can also calculate backward using something called an effect matrix. Just take all the equations and flip them around. They still work and you can just run the trajectory backward.
'So there's a backward-going trajectory and a forward-going trajectory and if we look at them both together and weight the information in both equally, we get something we call a hindsight prediction or 'retrodiction.'

The shattering thing about the retrodiction is that it is 90 percent accurate.
When the physicists check it against the stored measurement of the system's earlier, they state it is right nine times out of 10. This suggests that in the quantum world time runs both backward and forward whereas in the classical world it only runs forward. Professor Murch stated that it's as if you left your keys somewhere in the house, but couldn't remember where.

In the quantum world, they could exist in every room of the house simultaneously.
When you eventually find them in the kitchen, in the classical world it is clear that they were there all along, in the quantum world the uncertainty is intrinsic, but Profesor Murch was able to show that indeed hindsight can be applied to make a better guess about where they were in the past.

In the same way, the improved odds in the current experiment imply the measured quantum state somehow incorporates information from the future as well as the past.
And that might imply that time, notoriously an arrow in the classical world, is a double-headed arrow in the quantum world.
'It's not clear why in the real world, the world made up of many particles, time only goes forward and entropy always increases,' Professor Murch added.
'But many people are working on that problem and I expect it will be solved in a few years,' he said.

"We have all been on Future Voyages ....."  I heard Seth say, this week on cd recorded from a session with Jane Roberts. If you have read "The Nature of Personal Reality" like I have several times, then your mind is already on the posibilites of changing the past and future simultaneously.

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Monday, August 14, 2017

How to Get Happy? By Hypnotherapist Kelly Granite Enck



Our mind is the "unknown frontier" where few have gone. We see with our eyes the physical reality, but it has an equal reality that is unseen. The unseen reality has infinite probabilities which we can pull into our life using our minds.

When we focus on something we want in a relaxed state of hypnosis we can easily pull this ideal into our life. If we could slow down physical events... then we could see them FORM from our thoughts. The physical and the invisible realities are equal, yet we rarely "mentally" play with the unknown realities..... or what is termed probabilities.

I have a fun story to share about just such a playdate. I was heading to Egypt to listen for to the F-sharp sound of creation said to be heard between the Pyramids of Giza. They say nature has a sound the sound you hear if you go underwater swimming in the ocean.

I was single at this time and I was excited to hear the F-Sharp and see the Pyramids, but I did not want to go alone. So, I invited the sexiest man alive who was reading in a coffee shop in San Fanscisco to join me. I was not sure what was more amazing, that you could hear the sound of nature creating itself between the Pyramids or that he said yes to joining me!!

So, to make this event the most extraordinary of my life, I found a Hypnotherapist in the Marina to have a Hypnosis Session with to make sure that I had my mind clear on my outcome. This wild hypnotist was named White Tiger and he had a $1,200. sound-bed that vibrated to sounds. I laid on this sound bed and White Tiger put warm blankets over me. Then he placed headphones over my ears. I chose whale mating calls for my session and I closed my eyes listing to the whales making echoing sounds through the icy glaciers. I used this time to 'create' my ideal outcome in Egypt with this amazing man and the Pyramids. I went through the experience with as much joy and excitement as I could muster up, just thinking about the possibilities. When it was over, I could barely get my sea-legs as a stood up from the warm vibrating sound bed of dreams....

I arrived a week later to Egypt, checked into the Hyatt on the Nile, opened my hotel window and let the desert air and roaring river into the room. My friend arrived and it was as if my imagination had gone wild, everything was "magnified in beauty". It was the most extraordinary space of love and energy that I had ever imagined or experienced. Every... moment was extraordinary, from the greeting to our dinner, throughout the night, just as we fell asleep the front desk called and said our driver had arrived to take us to our camels, which we rode through Giza to the desert to see the Pyramids.
It was nothing short of otherworldly.... seeing these three giant Pyramids alone in the sand. The camels galloped to the proud ancient Pyramids, and we stopped to kiss between them as we listened for the sound of nature F Sharp. We heard nothing and laughed. The sound was too faint for our ears, but I could feel it in my heart, pure love. The sound of creation is not audible it's felt. The moment was so exquisite words could do it no justice. The camel guide asked if we were married and I said no. Then he asked my friend and he said, "If she will have me... "I will never forget this day as long as I live, it's alive within me. The date, the day and the giant pyramids are apart of my cellular makeup. Hypnosis takes your wildest dreams and gives it wings!

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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Anti-Aging Foods



The secret to slowing down the aging process is to avoid toxins and eat live foods
When you give yourself one week of trying the raw food diet, which means eating anything you want and as much as you want, as long as it is living food. This includes raw trail mix, avocados, raw nuts, and raw cheese and sushi. When you make passed a week, it get's easier, and then all your cravings for carbs and sweets leave. But, the cool thing is you can still enjoy sweets, like raw chocolates. If you were looking for a way to feel better, sexier and happier, give the raw food diet a try.

Through Hypnotherapy-HypnosisSelf-HypnosisNLP and EFT tapping I can help you pull in your ideal reality from all the probabilities. My practice includes Skype/Phone Hypnosis and Live Hypnosis. Click the "BOOK NOW" button on my website www.HypnosisByKellyGranite.com  to schedule your one-hour Hypnotherapy Session with me.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

How To Remove Toxins From Your Body!



Most of us forget that our skin is porous, meaning that what we put on it goes into our bodies.
A simple fix to remove toxins is to only put things on your body that you would eat or drink. For example I use "Hemp Oil" from Whole Foods as moisturizer. My body is drinking my lotion, why not make it something organic and edible? Here are a few more other ideas to keep toxins out of your body. Play Movie.

Through Hypnotherapy-HypnosisSelf-HypnosisNLP and EFT tapping I can help you pull in your ideal reality from all the probabilities. My practice includes Skype/Phone Hypnosis and Live Hypnosis. Click the "BOOK NOW" button on my website www.HypnosisByKellyGranite.com  to schedule your one-hour Hypnotherapy Session with me.