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"Return from Tomorrow" by George Ritchie, MD. contains a story, which confirms the transformative effects of Love. It is an account from Ritchie’s post-WWII Army service in which he discusses a man imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp for six years.
“When the war in Europe ended in May 1945…I was part of a group assigned to a concentration camp near Wuppertal, charged with getting medical help to the newly liberated prisoners, many of them Jews from Holland, France, and eastern Europe. This was the most shattering experience I had yet had; I had been exposed many times by then to sudden death and injury, but to see the effects of slow starvation, to walk through those barracks where thousands of men had died a little bit at a time over a period of years, was a new kind of horror. For many it was an irreversible process: we lost scores each day in spite of all the medicine and food we could rush to them. And that’s how I came to know Wild Bill Cody…His real name was seven unpronounceable syllables in Polish, but he has a long drooping handlebar mustache like pictures of the old western hero, so the American soldiers called him Wild Bill. He was one of the inmates of the concentration camp, but obviously he hadn’t been there long. His posture was erect, his eyes bright, his energy indefatigable. Since he was fluent in English, French, German, and Russian, as well as Polish, he became a kind of unofficial camp translator.
We came to him with all sorts of problems; the paperwork alone was staggering in attempting to relocate people whose families, even whole hometowns, might have disappeared. But though Wild Bill worked fifteen and sixteen hours a day, he showed no signs of weariness. While the rest of us were drooping with fatigue, he seemed to gain strength. ‘We have time for this old fellow,’ he’d say. ‘He’s been waiting to see us all day.” His compassion for his fellow prisoners glowed on his face, and it was to this glow that I came when my own spirits were low. So I was astonished to learn when Wild Bill’s own papers came before us one day that he had been in Wuppertal since 1939! For six years he has lived on the same starvation diet, slept in the same airless and disease-ridden barracks as everyone else, but without the least physical or mental deterioration.
Perhaps even more amazing, every group in the camp looked on him as a friend. He was the one to whom quarrels between inmates were brought for arbitration. Only after I’d been at Wuppertal a number of weeks did I realize what a rarity this was in a compound where the different nationalities of prisoners hated each other almost as much as they did the Germans.
As for Germans, feelings against them ran so high that in some of the camps liberated earlier, former prisoners had seized guns, run into the nearest village, and simply shot the first Germans they saw. Part of our instructions were to prevent this kind of thing and again, Wild Bill was our greatest asset, reasoning with the different groups, counseling forgiveness.
‘It’s not easy for some of them to forgive,’ I commented to him one day as we sat over mugs of tea in the processing center. ‘So many of them have lost members of their families.’
Wild Bill leaned back in the upright chair and sipped at his drink. ‘We lived in the Jewish section of Warsaw,’ he began slowly, the first words I had heard him speak about himself, ‘my wife, our two daughters, and our three little boys. When the Germans reached our street they lined everyone up with machine guns. I begged to be allowed to die with my family, but because I spoke German they put me in a work group.’
He paused, perhaps seeing again his wife and five children. ‘I had to decide right then,’ he continued, ‘whether to let myself hate the soldiers who had done this. It was an easy decision, really. I was a lawyer. In my practice I had seen too often what hate could do to people’s minds and bodies. Hate had just killed the six people who mattered most to me in the world. I decided then that I would spend the rest of my life – whether it was a few days or many years – loving every person I came in contact with.’
Loving every person…this was the power that had kept a man well in the face of every privation.”
If you are experiencing love allow it to fill your life with all your needs. Never limit your prayers is the secret to an abundant life. The world is abundant, you can keep praying for everything you need and expect it to come based on your desires. Desires are energy that has it's own attractor field. Do not stay in a field that hurts you in any way. Life is not a punching ring. If you are getting punched in a job or in life, get out of that ring! Sing OM…and shoot your desires into the World, with faith!
How do you Master your Mind?
Dr. David R. Hawkins, M.D. PhD studied the frequency of Love for 29 years, he calls it calibration. The information collected below is from one of my favorite books of his "Transcending the Levels of Consciousness."
The best way to begin our exploration into this subject is to look at our universe and how it works. Einstein's equation E=mc2 tells us that all matter is energy. Physicists have proven that everything in our world that appears solid is actually made up of swirling molecules. These molecules are vibrating at different frequencies, which mold them into their current forms. And most importantly, our own bodies are energy.
Here's where it gets interesting. You actually have the ability to control the frequency at which your body vibrates. Scientists have measured the body's vibrational frequency when people are in various physical and emotional states. And the results have been eye-opening. Dr. Hawkins conducted a twenty-nine year study that demonstrated that the human body becomes stronger or weaker depending on a person's mental state. He created a scale from 1-1000 that mapped human consciousness.
Any state that causes a person to vibrate at a frequency below 200 (or 20,000
cycles per second) weakens the body, and from 200 to 1000 makes the body stronger. The lowest vibration rate is shame. When you have a shameful thought, you weaken yourself. The next is guilt, and then apathy, grief, fear and anxiety, craving, anger and hate. All these will weaken you.
But at 250 on the scale you have neutrality (trust), which strengthens you. Then going up on the scale there's willingness, optimism, acceptance and forgiveness, reason and understanding, love and reverence, joy and serenity, peace and bliss at 600, and enlightenment and ineffability at 700-1000.
The highest calibration during his study was Mother Theresa at 700. One thousand is called God-consciousness, or spirit. This is the frequency of absolute power. This is the highest and fastest frequency of spirit and when brought to the presence of lower and slower frequencies, they nullify and dissipate those things we call problems. Jesus' presence in the villages raised the consciousness of everyone around him, and he still lifts, as there is no death.
Dr. David R. Hawkins, from his book: ""Transcending the Levels of Consciousness
"Return from Tomorrow"
ISBN 0-912376-23-6 (Chosen Books)
By George G. Ritchie, M.D.
A psychiatrist from Charlottesville, Virginia