“Brain Cloud (2010)” Metropolitan Museum of Art, by John Baldessari.
There is something beyond intelligence, it's courage.It takes more than intelligence to break free from our old beliefs, which we hold onto like addicts. Our beliefs are like opium, limiting us from the infinite intelligence within the Universe. The greatest minds of all time have one thing in common, they had the courage to leave their safe shores. The brain is "not" holding the information of the Universe, "something" else is. No one owns an idea or thought, it shoots into the brain as insight when we align with the wave frequency of the answer.
The world you see, before you laid eyes on it was a frequency of invisible sound and light waves. So, how did you retrieve it into your brain? The visual cortex translated the frequency as light through your pupil to bundles of nerve fibers (neurons) each of which is itself a portion of a cell.There are three types of neurons: sensory neuron,motor neuron, and interneuron.
The Human EYE —When the retinal receives light energy, it changes shape by twisting around its backbone. The altered retinal sets off a chain of chemical reactions inside the cell, which triggers an electro-chemical change in the cell membrane creating a nerve impulse.The cells receives input from the pre-processing network, and send output to the brain via the axons of the ganglion cells.
The signals eventually end up in the occipital lobe to form an image. It processed the frequency as a pattern laying an image upside down on your retina. Your brain acts like a projector, turning the waves into particles providing the observer an image, like film. This means you never really saw anything, your brain retrieved the waves and processed the image, making it your reality, or the material world as you think you see it real. Next, I will try to simplify what I just said: not being a doctor it might be easy, because my brain is retreving the way I want to see things, as simple.
This concept can be better understood when we realize how the visual system operates.The eye is responsible for transforming light into an electric signal by means of the cells in the retina. This electrical signal reaches the sight center in the brain. The signals create the vision you see. In other words, the sights you see was never in your brain, but waves that your brain retrieved and translated in a cross firing pattern depending on what waves you were tuned into.
Everything you ever wanted to know is available in infinite potentialities, outside your brain and available for retrieving. So, how do you retrieve what you need in life, ideas for investments, wealth, happiness, or love? Well you need to get your brain to pick up the channel the information is on. You need to catch the right waves and how you do this is the purpose of this blog.
In other words, all of our feelings and perceptions about the world (smells, visions, tastes etc.) are comprised of the same material, that is, electrical signals. Moreover, our brain is what makes these signals meaningful for us, and interprets these signals as senses of smell, taste, vision, sound or touch. It is a stunning fact that the brain, which is made of wet meat, can know which electrical signal should be interpreted as smell and which one as vision, and can convert the same material into different senses and feelings.
It's Not Our Eyes That See,
It Is Our Brain
It Is Our Brain
Because of the indoctrination that we receive throughout our lives, we imagine that we see the whole world with our eyes. Eventually, we usually conclude that our eyes are the windows that open up to the world. However, science shows us that we do not see through our eyes. The millions of nerve cells inside the eyes are responsible for sending a message to the brain, as if down a cable, in order to make "seeing" happen.
Our world is magical and we have been given the power to create. "You can do all that I can do and more." -Jesus
I have been practicing bringing in a new reality by playing with the invisible frequencies. I asked my husband David to help me. We closed our eyes and imagined the waves around us turning into experiences we wanted to have. We did this three times. And it has been shocking! What we had imaged we were creating, with ease and laughter, was created within one hour.
Part of this idea is like, Law of Attraction, you have to align with the energy in the group you want to create in. (like attracts like, even in the invisible waves) We are all helping each other. In others words we need each other as electrical conduits. The thoughts in the waves, crisscross, called, "entanglement". But, you don't have to be near the person in the group, you can be on the other end of the world, or in a different time in history, but you have to get on the same channel. This means you have to start creating and draw on what is available in the area of life you are attracted to and then let go.... The only thing left is belief. You have to believe this is true, that you can tap into the invisible frequency of infinite solutions. Perfect Love, is allowing anyone to create anything, and in the end our experience is the result of our expressions of life. For me the most beautiful experience is Love, which I might conclude, everything experienced leads to.
My favorite breaking the glass-ceiling story is about a man named Roger Bannister.
He broke the four-minute mile barrier in 1954. No one thought a human could beat the time of 4 minutes to run one mile. For twenty years everyone had given up on trying to beat it, until one man believed what others could not. Roger had no evidence that it was possible, and people warned him of the dangers. His belief rested in faith alone. There is usually an underlying theme, evident in the title or otherwise, which suggests that the fact that the belief is positive is what gives it its power. Roger's goal was to be the first man to beat the 4-minute mile, and this he did. After winning he set a new personal best at a slower time and went on to become a distinguished neurologist and Master of Pembroke College, Oxford, before retiring in 2001. Interesting hu? What is also thought provoking is as soon as Roger beat the 4-minute mile; two other runners beat it two months later. Roger had changed the mind of mankind and now the 4-minute mile is standard in racing.
So, let's play...here are the game rules, only one, rule "Faith". You have heard about faith, but I want to take you deeper into it.
Faith is believing in the invisible, that there is a field of infinite possibilities and you and everyone on the planet are worthy of anything you want. All you have to do is Line-up with the group vibrating the highest in "Positive Certainty" and ask questions and see how fast they start manifesting or appearing in solid reality, each one expanding on the last. There are no limits here on earth, or in the Universe. I love this quote, “All the way to heaven is heaven,” A nun said it..:)
If we opened the brain up surgically we would not be able to see any images in it, because they are non-local. However, the brain receives electrical signals and transfers them into an images.
The brain perceives electrical signals in the form of an image, yet it has no eye, eye cells, or retina. You can pick up lower energies with your brain by hanging out with groups that are vibrating in energies of hate, doubt and fear, penetrating ideas of hate, making them your reality, or you can change your group to people who are good, loving, smart, kind, hopeful, and believe in thriving, which is the expression of life, just look at a "cell".
The world is not hurting you. You can switch your group at anytime, and this alone will shift what your mind is retrieving, ride on the coattails of your brother, until you start asking better questions. Alcoholics Anonymous is very good at this, when an alcoholic has hit bottom the members of AA say, "we will love you, until you can love yourself". This is all that is needed. If the person keeps coming back to the group he will be healed by the vibration of love in the group. In this case the group carries the faith in the invisable, for the individual. This is the technique nearly every business is run on, with leaders and staff believing in a plan, or the system of operation. This explains the power of high vibrating individual effecting all mankind, like Jesus, Buddha, Mother Teresa, Gandhi, Martin Luther King, and Lennon. (just to name a few)
If you tune yourself in a particular way—like tuning to a distant radio station—you find that you can solve any puzzel.
You are not only receiving this information, but you are transmitting it as well. You are a cooperative participant in the vast and magical universe that includes all of space and time. In fact, you realize that time is now meaningless or gone. Our universe is filled with infinite consciousness, that can mix, cross fire and create anything you want in life, and solve any question you put out into the field of consciousness.
Tuning In through Resonance
How exactly might we tune into the wave of information embedded within our universe? ( encoded as vibration)
We can detect this subtle information by learning to align or resonate with it. We simply need to get “on the right wavelength.”
Or join the group that is in a vibrational alignment with what you are trying to reach.
British biologist Rupert Sheldrake has used the principle of morphic resonance to explain how species have been able to evolve in similar ways at diverse, distant locations on the planet, even when there has been no possible means of physical interaction between them. Perhaps our genetic material is merely a kind of energy receiver that picks up transmissions from the greater morphic field. Interestingly, [Sheldrake’s] theory of morphic resonance also depends upon similarity in vibration. Members of the same species, being “on the same wavelength,” are able to tap into information that pertains uniquely to them . . . [W]hile members of an entire species might be able to tune into a fairly broad spectrum of frequencies (think of Carl Jung’s notion of the collective unconscious that humans supposedly tap into), smaller, more tightly connected groups—such as members of the same family or loving couples—resonate in more focused zones of vibration; they have access to their own “private frequency.” In fact, Sheldrake goes even further and suggests that morphic fields can explain how human memory operates. He suggests that instead of being stored in our brains, memories are stored in the morphic field. Our brains then pick them up via resonance, like radios tuning to their own private stations.
That’s how holograms work—devices that can recreate a three-dimensional image from a two-dimensional one. As Michael Talbot suggests in The Holographic Universe, our three-dimensional brains and other aspects of our three-dimensional world might simply be devices for storing and accessing higher-dimensional realities. The way holographic information is picked up is by using similar vibration or resonance—in the case of a hologram, by shining a light on an image that vibrates at the same frequency as the laser that created it. Once again, it’s all about getting onto the right wavelength.
Healing Power of Similar Vibrations
In Chinese medicine, this energy field is called chi, in homeopathy it’s called the vital force, and in some esoteric teachings it is the etheric body. In energy-based medicine, the etheric body is understood to be the fundamental lattice upon which the physical body is built, and it is disturbances within this field that are the true origins of disease. Raw live foods have been known to cure every disease, by fueling the body with live enzymes, which are killed when the food is sprayed with bug-spray, heated or processed. The cure for everything is the vital live food. But, no one believes this, because it is too simple. My husband's life long asthma went away in one week, when we added a pound of organic leaves to his diet. (blended and juiced)
A great example of information outside the mind is during surgery, your body does not feel pain, it is your brain that tells you that you feel pain. If you are given drugs to block the pain message to the brain, then the part of your body being cut open feels nothing.
Here is another interesting example, I have a friend named Travis, who is fighting cancer. His leg was removed to cut out the cancer, but he can still feel his leg and he still has cramps in the phantom leg. I am trying to figure out what is happening to him, is this the brain's memory of his leg or the observer's memory of it? Is the brain, which is the projector, also the observer, the soul of the human? I think I just fell down a rabbit hole.
It appears that all information is outside the brain, say in a file of consciousness?
So, where does the doctor get his answer from in a field of infinite possibilities? From trial and error in his ability to retrieve and sort out information from a wave of intelligence? An interesting example is the story behind Penicillin.
Fleming Discovers Penicillin
Nobel Prize in medicine with Howard Walter Florey and Ernst Boris Chain) was growing colorful patches of bacteria in covered dishes in his crowded St. Mary's Hospital Medical School laboratory. He noticed that a green mold had gotten into one of the dishes. Fleming knew that mold spores traveled through the air and could easily land and grow in any dish left uncovered. In this particular dish the bacteria closest to the green mold seemed to have disappeared or dissolved. Fleming examined the mold carefully and photographed it. An associate identified the growth as Penicillium notatum.
Curious about how the bacteria in this dish were killed, Fleming took the greenish "fluff in the dish and made a mixture that his laboratory workers called "mold juice." Fleming named the juice "penicillin" and gave it to some laboratory mice. He found that the penicillin killed only the harmful bacteria and not the healthy cells in the mice. This made Fleming's "mold juice" safer than any other known bacteria-killing substances. It was an incredible discovery. If this mold mixture could be made into a drug, then someone with an infection could be cured of disease without being harmed by the cure. Unfortunately, Fleming ran into difficulties turning penicillin into a drug because he was unable to purify and concentrate the substance.
Physicist David Bohm
Physicist David Bohm, in his plasma experiments, at the Berkeley Radiation Laboratory, found that individual electrons act as part of an interconnected whole. In plasma, the gaseous electrons more or less assume the nature of a self-regulating organism, as if they were inherently intelligent. The plasma as a whole will wall out toxins. To me this is key! When we rid the world of toxins, metal and physical we rid poverty, the world should be nature flurish.
“If the concreteness of the world is but a secondary reality, and what is ‘out there’ is actually a holographic blur of frequencies, and if the brain is also a hologram and only processes some of the frequencies out of this blur, what becomes of objective reality? Put quite simply, it ceases to exist. Although we may think we are physical beings moving through a physical world, this is an illusion. We are really ‘receivers’ floating through a kaleidoscopic sea of frequency.”
— Physicist David Bohm
Even Einstein is reported to have said, “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.”
... 'real' is simply electrical signals interpreted by your brain.”
I have heard that those that are most comfortable with the unknown are the most successful in life, but I would state that those that trust that the information outside the brain will show up when needed, live unlimited adventures... It worked for Edison, he said the solution he was looking for came in as an insight, from seemingly nowhere. And walla!... we have light.
Brain scientist Karl Lashley while he was at Yale discovered, "The whole in every part" nature of a hologram certainly seemed to explain how so much of the visual cortex could be removed without affecting the ability to perform visual tasks. If the brain was processing images by employing some kind of internal hologram, even a very small piece of the hologram could still reconstruct the whole of the way the eyes were seeing.
Conclusion: A peek into the mind of a genius: Dr. Dean Radin
I met Dr. Dean Radin in 2004. I wrote him a letter asking if he would meet me. He called me after receiving the letter and said, "Bring lunch and we'll eat in my lab and after I will take you on a tour of my experiments." My afternoon with this genius was a dream come true; all my life I wondered about the Paranormal. We had lunch in his small office in the Neoetic Science Institute. Then he took me to his lab, where he shared with me his "Gut Love Test"! He placed a husband in a bank vault (metal room) which was in his lab and the man's wife outside it. He hooked them both up to EKG machines, to test their organ responses, when the man's wife sent loving thoughts to her husband. Dr. Radin recorded them. Radin would say, "send loving thoughts to your husband now" and she would mentally send her husband love. Then Radin would say, stop and start, repeating the process over a period of time while documenting the sequence. He proved scientifically that the 'gut' reacted to love through thoughts. The EKG showed that body responds to a person sending them love.
Definition of GUT
a : bowels, entrails —usually used in plural (2) : the basic visceral or emotional part of a person
b : alimentary canal; also : part of the alimentary canal and especially the intestine or stomach
c : belly, abdomen
d : catgut
In others words we need each other as frequency conduits. The invisible universe is waves, crisscrossing with information, called, "entanglement". You don't even have to believe in what I am saying, it is happening anyway, because your brain is picking up whatever you float by randomly, unless your brain is trained.
The laws of the Universe include everyone, and like gravity, they do not discriminate based on religions, gender, or race. We need to pay attention to what invisible negative messages we are tuning into and retrieving, because everything we retrive effects our reality. If we don't like our lives we need to change the channel and take the leap of faith that within one hour our reality will shift to one we love.
Attention is the key, until mastery is established. The more you try tuning into the channel you want to be on, the better results you will get. I read a comment the creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg wrote. He said that when he reached a certain level of success he began to believe he could do anything, and when this happened, he could.
The Universe In A Nutshell, by Stephen Hawking
I will leave you with a comment from one of the greatest minds of our time, Stephen Hawkings: Who believes in the same theory that Richard Feynman, who received a Nobel Prize discovered, that particles travel from one location to another along every possible path through space-time. For large objects all paths but one cancel out when their contributions are combined. Only one of the infinity of paths matters as far as the motion of macroscopic objects is concerned, and this trajectory is precisely the one emerging from Newton's classical laws of motion.
"All the evidence is that God is quite a gambler. One can think of the universe as being like a giant casino, with dice being rolled or wheels being spun on every occasion. The only chance you have of winning against them is to stake all your money on a few rolls of the dice or spins of the wheel. It is the same with the universe. When the universe is big, as it is today, there are a very large number of rolls of dice, and the results average out to something one can predict. That is why classical laws work for large systems. Because the universe keeps on rolling the dice to see what happens next, it doesn't' have just a single history, as one might have thought. Instead, the universe must have every possible history, each with its own probability."-Stephen Hawking
I see this as exciting, God giving us free will to make choices, and life being a result of what we bet on, and it goes on for eternity making us more intelligent beings...:) or if there is no God, it's still amazing...our chance existence!
"What could define God [is thinking of God] as the embodiment of the laws of nature. However, this is not what most people would think of that God," Hawking told Sawyer. "They made a human-like being with whom one can have a personal relationship. When you look at the vast size of the universe and how insignificant an accidental human life is in it, that seems most impossible." -Stephen Hawking
When Sawyer asked if there was a way to reconcile religion and science, Hawking said, "There is a fundamental difference between religion, which is based on authority, [and] science, which is based on observation and reason."-Stephen Hawking
My memoir "From Hollywood to God" is now on Amazon and Kindle books!
My first stop was to The World Sound Healing Conference in San Francisco. I wanted to understand the science of frequencies, especially if everything in the universe was vibrating to their own unique song! I waited in the large conference room to hear Dr. Susan Yale's lecture on the Harmonic Oscillator. The room went dark and three pyramids projected on a large movie screen.
"You can hear the sound of "nature" between the Pyramids of Giza," Dr. Yale said, pausing, "it's a perfect F Sharp." No one moved. She spoke slowly, "If you knew there was a place in the world where you could hear God, would you go?" I always wanted to swim in the Nile! ~ from my Memoir, (click link—"From Hollywood to God" Kelly Granite Enck on Amazon books and Kindle.
Dr. Dean Radin, Institute of Noetic Sciences
"The Holographic Universe", by Michael Talbot
Rita Carter, Mapping The Mind, University of California Press, London, 1999, p. 107
R. L. Gregory, Eye and Brain: The Psychology of Seeing, Oxford University Press Inc., New York, 1990, p. 9
Hoimar von Ditfurth, Der Geist Fiel Nicht Vom Himmel (The Spirit Did Not Fall From The Sky), p. 256
M. Ali Yaz, Sait Aksoy, Fizik 3 (Physics 3), Surat Publishers, Istanbul, 1997, p. 3
Daniel C Dennett, Brainchildren, Essays on Designing Minds, The MIT Press, Cambridge, 1998, p. 142
Daniel C Dennett, Brainchildren, Essays on Designing Minds, p. 142
Georges Politzer, Principes Elémentaires de Philosophie (Elementary Principles of Philosophy), Editions Sociales, Paris, 1954, p. 40
"The Nature of Personal Reality" by Jane Roberts is my favorite book.