Peace in the Moment
Lao Tzu said, “If you are at peace you are living in the present.”
Our thoughts have more power than we realize. As like attracts like, we need to be mindful of our thoughts and feelings as they will energetically shape to create our reality by learning to go with the flow of the current, so as to trust that everything happens in its proper place and time.
Some of the suggested strategies that can help you quiet the mind and ground yourself to the present moment can include breathing, talking less, getting physical, and doing other activities that help redirect your attention and bring the mind back into the flow. One of the best things you can do is to practice mindfulness in a form of meditation where you focus on the present moment without judgment. Energetically releasing judgmental thoughts by acknowledging them and letting them go will help clear your space.
We can practice letting go of control with love and trust, and with so doing, surrender to the universe. This act of surrendering being a form of release and a form of peace. In the grandeur of the universe, there is no such thing as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ – it is all ONE.
The Connection between Mind and Matter
In this article, Dr. Joe Dispenza suggests that each new sensation, vision, or emotional experience creates a new connection between two (of more than 100,000 million brain cells) that are inevitably formed. Science regards the brain as something static and fixed, but in fact it has a strong ability to change. To make changes, one may concentrate on the reinforcement of the conditioned reflex. In other words, practice makes perfect. If repetition is not repeated for a long time, the relationship or connection will become weaker or disappear.
During his research, Dr. Dispenza was interrupted by the onset of a crisis in his life in the form of a car accident. To regain his walking ability he was to go through a procedure that would cause him chronic pain for life. Deciding to challenge science, he was determined to walk again. Through the power of his thoughts, Dr. Dispenza succeeded, and decided to dedicate his life to exploring the mind-body connection. He managed to demonstrate, “the ability of thoughts to transform the physical condition. When we have complete confidence in our abilities, we will create a new science,” says Dispenza.
Be sure to watch the video links within the article from Louise L. Hay, on how thoughts create reality and Dr. Wayne Dyer’s message on how our thoughts alter our physical reality!
Manifesto for a Post-Materialist Science
Presented at an international summit on post-materialist science, spirituality, and society, scientists have come to the conclusion that matter is nothing but an illusion and that matter (protons, electrons, photons, anything that has a mass) is not the only reality. By only examining physical systems and not considering the role of non-physical systems, we will not come to an understanding of the nature of our reality.
This manifesto summarizes the problem with not recognizing, acknowledging, and examining phenomena that go past the borders of the physical material world. Indeed it is of vital importance to human evolution and fundamentally alters the vision we have of ourselves, giving us back our dignity and power, as humans and as scientists.
Post-materialist sciences seeks to expand the human capacity to better understand the wonders of nature, and in the process rediscover the importance of mind and spirit as being part of the core fabric of the universe. This paradigm fosters positive values such as compassion, respect, and peace.
With much peace, light and joy,