Saturday, January 21, 2006

What are you creating?














I'm still working on that Million Dollar Experiment, but I've been studying the subject of manifesting for several years now. Concepts within the field of Quantum Mechanics support what mystics have been preaching for years, that our thoughts and our intents directly effect the world around us. This suggests that, in effect, we are indeed creating our own world. So, what are you creating? Are your thoughts negative or positive? What do you say to yourself about yourself? What do you say to yourself about the world?

The movie, "What the Bleep Do We Know!?," explores these concepts with the help of physicists, artists and mystics. If you haven't seen it, check it out!

The work of Dr. Masaru Emoto is also fascinating on the subject of how the vibration of thought effects change in water and water crystals. And since the content of the human body is mostly water, I believe this is very important information to consider.

Lastly, here's a little Wisdom Flash for you on the subject of our Vibrational Universe. Turn on your sound for the yummy music that accompanies the flash.

Enjoy!

~Fran

3 comments:

Chris Perridas said...

quantum mechanics! indeed, a yada after my own heart.

To see the buzz...

We all have heard,
of the Cheshire Cat,
but let say a word,
for Schroedinger's Cat!

Into a box we add,
some hydrocyanic gas,
a harmless siamese cat,
and a sliver of glass
containing Plutonium.
Will it decay, hmm?

We wait, but oh my, oh no!
Quantum mechanical lore
says we'll never, never know
unless we open the box's door.

But see, if we open it
the cat will die
but if we don't the cat
will never ever die
because a watched particle
never decays! Oh, my!
Schroedinger's canticle
tells us, at least that,
But once open, no more cat!
Therefore our litle siamese
is both alive and dead
at the same time - Geez -
thus quantum mechanics said!

open the box, it's watched
and the gas kills

Fran Friel said...

Oh, Chris, you're full of the cleverest information and talents.

Shrodinger's Cat just gives me another reason to be a dog person. Now, Pavlov Dog, that's a juicy subject that rings a bell for me. Har-Har...

Thanks, Chris!

Fran

cheesemeister said...

The Cheesemeister here, still working on the Unholy Esoteric Horror Novel That Ate My Life! For my progress or lack thereof, check in at http://amoeboidfungus.blogspot.com
The link to the Psychosphere is http://psychosphere.blogspot.com
and the link to my infamous Random Thoughts Blog is http://bmah.blogspot.com
You asked for it...
You got it!
And thanks for asking!
Peace,
The Cheesy 1

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