Tesla’s Dynamic Theory of Gravity and the Universal Law of the Triad

Tesla’s Fascination with 3, 6, and 9, was due to the Laws they Represented . . .

 

What many people don’t realize about Tesla and his method of conceiving ideas, is that he had a very pronounced understanding of the Universal Laws that govern the universe and all of life and always formed his ideas based on them, or he tuned into these ideas in the astral plane and received them “whole” as working models of Universal Laws. While we can say that many ideas, especially ones involving the universe, exist largely in theoretical terms, and therefore can only be proven through mathematics, if we understand the nature of law, we know this isn’t true, because the same laws pertain to all levels and scales of reality, and any law operating at the universal scale also operates at the smaller scale of our own physical existence. The same laws that form and spin galaxies form and spin atoms and molecules; they operate through the same principle, at different scales and magnitudes.

Tesla opposed Einstein in several areas, one of which was the theory of gravity. Einstein postulated that space “curved” around material objects, and this curvature of space is what produced gravity and held planets in place. Much like a ball placed in water displaces the water, and yet is held in place by the water. Tesla however, disagreed with this theory because it violated fundamental laws. Not only in the sense that Einstein’s theory was based on a material object with material properties being able to produce an effect in an invisible field possessing no material properties, but also based on the law of opposites (polarity), which states that all action creates an equal and opposite reaction. Energy and matter operate according to “opposite” laws that are complementary and paradoxical, yet both are true and a part of the same observable reality.

Tesla argued that if a material object caused a curve, the reaction (opposite) would straighten it back out, counterbalancing it. Einstein’s theory also postulated that invisible space as subtle energy didn’t have the ability to penetrate material objects, and instead curved around them. Yet the very law governing all matter as an invisible force that acts to “move it” or “vibrate” it, does so through resonance, in which energy “enters into” (sympathetic induction), separates into polar aspects as electromagnetism that “spins matter”, giving it “life” as activity. Everything that exists is vibrating, is in motion propelled by invisible forces that can’t be physically measured. These invisible forces move into and through matter, inhabiting it by splitting into EM forces that create an attraction and repulsion that spin it while simultaneously stabilizing it into a functioning system.

Tesla’s theory of gravity followed the spiritual principles of subtle and gross matter, represented by what’s referred to as the four Elements of the material world and the Law of Resonance. His theory was that energy and mass weren’t exchangeable and therefore equivalent (E=mc2), but that mass drew in or absorbed energy from its environment (empty space). Subtle Energy as invisible forces that expand evenly in all directions in a circular motion and permeate all of the material world as the empty space it exists in (Monad), contains within it both active and passive components, and when it enters into matter, it splits into dual forces as electric and magnetic, which both pull together and push apart at the same time (Dyad), forming a spin that’s equilibrated between parallel poles. So the invisible forces moved in the opposite direction (horizontal spin) of the physical poles (vertical rod).

According to Tesla’s theory, what we experience as gravity, which holds us to a material object (Earth), yet can’t be felt with physical senses, is created by us being caught in the influx or pathway of the absorption of subtle energy from outer space. The spin of all material objects isn’t caused by the curvature of subtle energy around the object, but rather internally as the self-generated perpetual motion produced by an electromagnetic field that produces a subtle, yet pronounced effect of an opposite nature. This subtle energy, referred to as the Luminferous aether or Akasha field of consciousness itself, does not possess physical properties, and can’t be measured using physical instruments, yet is the intelligent life-force energy that readily moves through and into matter giving it “life” as the activity that “operates” it. The material object has no life, and is not “held together”, or capable of moving without this subtle, invisible, life-giving force. When this life-force leaves a body (no longer resonates), the body dies, is no longer operated through activity, and begins falling apart or disintegrating. It returns to basic elements and no longer forms a unified material body as a living entity.

Subtle energy as consciousness that structures and animates all material form, forms a relationship between spirit and matter as the soul. The soul is both material and spiritual in nature, and acts as a bridge between the two extremes. The soul is what determines the “quality of consciousness” the material body is capable of absorbing from the space around it as its intelligence, through resonance. The soul-spirit readily resonates with the body, entering into and inhabiting it as the mind, giving it all its activities as the life of the body and the personality that’s vibrating at a specific frequency as a quality of consciousness that attracts and draws in from the atmosphere around it more of the same quality of consciousness as a personality that forms natural behaviors and “ways of being”.

While gravity itself is still a complete mystery to science, we have identified what we call electromagnetic forces, and strong and weak forces, both of which are the dual or “inner material components” of Gravity itself as a unified field that vibrates and holds together the material world through electromagnetic energy, as opposing forces of the same thing. All material bodies are magnetic as passive and receptive, and act to draw into them the equivalent conscious energies around them. The body acts as a receiver for consciousness, and does not generate its own consciousness.  It receives it’s “life” from the invisible intelligence that exists all around us in the ether as the air and the atmosphere. This is why spirit is referred to as “air” acquired and inhabiting the body through breathing. Air is formed by a combination of light/heat and water/cold. Heat expands, cold contracts. Air, light, and water are all invisible, though air can be felt as wind, light can be felt as heat, and water can be felt as substance. Just as we breathe in air, which gives us life, we also absorb the vibratory conscious energy all around us, digesting, integrating, and reforming ourselves (body, mind, and soul) by way of it.

The Spirit is not formed of fixed into a stationary pattern, but is available as an intelligent resource for us to use to fashion our soul and body based on what “state” or vibratory frequency we exist in and naturally resonate with. Our gravitational force as the absorption of consciousness is what shapes us, holds us together as a “body” and mental paradigm, and gives us life as our personal consciousness. The unified field of the Luminferous aether or Akasha exists in a state of pure potential as a wave-like field that provides a form of menu, that we then use to select certain possibilities within this field through resonance as a primary form of “natural selection” that automatic in nature. By resonating with certain possibilities that we are ideal for actualizing, we draw them into our physical form where we use it them to create ourselves and our reality out of the same idea (Triad). The One as Subtle energy, enters into the parallel dimension of material form, divides into dual aspects of itself, pushing away and separating from itself to form the appearance of itself as another (outer), while entering into relationship with itself in another, attracting to and drawing back into itself disowned parts of itself being reflected, and together forms the “self” (particle and wave) as both the inner (particle) and the “reality” of the self (wave) as the outer.

Dr. Linda Gadbois 

Spiritual Scientist, Integrative Health Consultant, and Spiritual Mentor

The Nature of Emotions and how to Consciously Work with Them

Illusions are Born out of the Realities we Create While in Emotional States

 

In order to work with something consciously and intentionally, we have to be able to conceptualize it in a way that allows us to gain a working understanding of it. It’s only when we understand how something operates that we can then begin working with it in a cooperative and deliberate manner. Nowhere is this truer than when working with emotions. Emotions are very powerful forces that when left unchecked, can completely run our mind and ultimately our entire life. Many people spend their entire life run almost exclusively by the emotional states that they entertain and engage in on a regular basis, and the emotional charges they absorb from those they live in relationship with and interact with on a daily basis. We become trained to certain types of emotions through our formative conditioning, tuning us to those emotional states in a habitual fashion,and we continue to act out the dynamics that evolve from those emotional states as their outward expression. These outward emotional expressions form our experiences of life.

Emotional charges are the natural forces within the astral plane, which is the material plane of light. The term astral means “starlight” which is the essence and substance of the material plane, which is ultimately comprised of “photons”. All of what we call matter, is in reality particles of light held together in energetic structures through invisible forces that produce a form of tension or stress as a vibratory field of energy. Emotions are the electrical charges as natural forces or Elements of the material plane that directly affect the composition and behavior of all living entities. The astral plane, which is equivalent to the Earth’s atmosphere, is formed out of “air” as illuminated water and dust formed by the combination of heat-light (fire) and water, the two primary Elements of the material plane that form air as a dynamic combination. The astral plane can be thought of as the invisible atmosphere of the earth, which permeates and envelops it, much like the auric mind field of the body. All invisible forces or planes of light go “through” matter, because of course matter is light that’s comprised of mostly empty space (subtle energy), and serves to “animate it” with automatic and natural behaviors. The astral plane serves as a medium through which emotions are readily transmitted, entering into living forms and producing automatic behaviors as a form of instinct, or behavior that’s unconscious in nature and comes without intention or a thought process.

Invisible forces as vibratory frequencies are what holds matter together in dynamic patterns as “form”. This form is then operated and animated by the same invisible forces that form it. Matter exists in what we call four primary states as charged-electrified plasma (the substance of stars as the fire Element), gas (air), liquid (water), and solid (earth). The entire physical plane is comprised of what we call the four primary Elements of Fire, Air, Water, and Earth, which form a dynamic series of correspondences to all aspects of both the mind and body, all of which operate according to and by way of the same set of laws. By understanding these laws, we can gain the knowledge necessary to work with all aspects of our material being.

All mastery and creation comes by working through law, rather than in contradiction to it. The mind as the invisible field of consciousness that vibrates at a certain frequency (is charged), is an invisible force that has the ability to organize, influence, and manipulate material reality through “emotional states” that it acts to produce. The mind, which is of the parallel mental plane, exists outside of or precedes the astral plane of light, and is what produces and determines it. The mind as “states of consciousness” operate as whole ideas that form thoughts as the reality of that idea, that then acts to stimulate an emotional response to the thought by producing the chemistry that’s of the same nature as the thought, which then produces the behaviors (animates matter) as the reality (organized movement) of the thought (idea). The emotion that’s married to a thought is what shapes it into a living reality as the experience of the thought.

The atmosphere of the astral plane acts as a medium for the propagation and transmission of both thoughts and emotions, where one always produces or is associated to the other as “thought-forms”. There are two basic ways we form emotions, the most primary method is in response to our own thoughts, and the other is as a projection from others that travels through the atmosphere entering directly into our body and stimulating a chemical reaction which alters our “state of mind” to match it. Emotions alter the physical state of the body to match the thought, and also alter the thoughts to match the emotional state. Emotions, which are the language and transformer of the material plane of light, act directly in and on the body through the chakra system, which then stimulates the endocrine glands to produce hormones as chemistry that transforms the vibratory state of the body while simultaneously regulating all of its biological functions. Emotions as conscious forces “pass through matter”, because they’re both comprised of the same thing. Light, in both visible and invisible forms (plasma and gas), acts as an electrified medium, which holds light substance (liquid and solid) together in vibratory patterns as living, animated entities.

Emotion is the main component of memory – we only remember events that had a strong emotional content – and the emotion associated with a memory serves as a “trigger” that activates the memory, which is what provides the “automatic behavior” as a pattern that’s acted out in a completely unconscious fashion. Emotions, as an electrical charge that activates and sets a memory into motion as outward behaviors that produces the physical reality of the memory through a form of cause and effect, is the same principle that governs and operates the entire animal kingdom as “instinct”. Humans are the only species that’s endowed with a conscious mind capable of “thinking” and therefore generating its own emotional state based on its own, self-induced thoughts. Yet most, forfeit this ability early in life through training of various sorts, and act instead to simply absorb and think the thoughts of others while living out of and being prone to the emotional states of those thoughts. Because emotions produce such a strong physical response when they’re allowed to “infect you” by entering into your body and stimulating a chemical reaction, they tend to completely control how you feel and think, and can keep you living out of a predominately “unconscious state” of automatic behaviors as a normal way of being.

Emotions are the language of the subconscious mind, which is also the aspect of the mind we share with the entire animal and plant kingdom, which operates as a motivating force devoid of thought. When we’re triggered with an emotion, we’re literally rendered unconscious and go into a whole dynamic set of automatic thoughts and behaviors, often without seeming to realize what’s actually happening and having no real control over them. The reality we create in our minds in response to emotions of various sorts are the reality of those emotions (emotions form realities as their expression) as illusions that are very convincing because they’re intense, and therefore mistaken as being real.

Emotions are the natural drugs of the body that produce “altered states”. As we allow an emotional charge to enter our body, it literally transforms us into the state (inner reality) that produces the (outer) reality of that emotion, and acts to control us in the most literal sense. The way to control anybody is to work through emotions to alter their state and cause a “reaction”. Anytime we’re “reacting” we’re being controlled by what we’re reacting to. All behavior is ultimately emotionally driven. How we think and behave, when residing in a predominately unaware state, is completely driven and determined by the emotional states we exist in on a regular basis. Emotions, like all drugs that are stimulating, are addictive, and we habitually maintain emotional states as a way of giving ourselves a “fix” of our favorite drug, which keeps us in an altered state and the illusion of that state as our experience of reality.

In order to begin intentionally working with emotions as energetic forces, we have to first realize that all energy as Elemental s, are influenced and directed by the mind as will, which is thought that imagined as an operation. Awareness is always the key to being able to consciously and deliberately work with something. We can only work with what we’re aware of. By becoming conscious of what was previously working at the unconscious level as automatic, we can “see” what’s happening and the effect it produces in us, and we can begin working with that process to redirect the energy involved through mental abilities. When we become aware of how we’re being emotionally stimulated by everyone and everything around us by how they feel, what they’re saying, and how they’re being, we can realize that we don’t have to allow ourselves to be blindly affected by it, but can instead keep their energy from “entering into us” and affecting us with the emotional charge it’s designed to create. Naturally, the stronger the emotion being outwardly expressed, projected, and transmitted, the more difficult this is, but only in the beginning when we’re still learning and practicing. The more we practice this, the easier it gets and the more natural it becomes.

All mastery comes through constantly practicing using your will to control your own reactions and perceptions. You have to first decide that you’re going to intentionally prevent energetic charges from entering your mind (electromagnetic energy field around and outside of your body), and therefore your body, and refrain from any form of “reaction” when being triggered, while simultaneously self-reflecting to gain an awareness of what’s actually taking place. The more aware we become of what’s actually happening when we “take on other people’s emotions”, the easier it becomes to prevent it. Emotions are infectious, and like an illness act to alter our entire state of being to become the vessel for expressing the emotion, while of course, creating the consequences that come from our behavior while in an emotional / unconscious reaction.

Likewise, when we realize that we produce emotions with our own thoughts, we can learn how to regulate our thoughts and redirect our attention to only think about things in a way that will produce the type of emotions we want to experience, or to neutralize them altogether. Because emotion and thought are always connected, the emotional state you’ve been habituated to through your formative conditioning also determine the type of things you tend to focus on and how you think about them to form internal realities as a “story” you start telling yourself about things that gives them meaning.

Changing your story about things may be a bit difficult to overcome in the beginning, because you’ve built your identity out of your story about things and the emotional states you’re addicted to. Like all addictions as habits, you don’t ever “stop them” or quit doing them, instead, you replace them with a different type of story and way of being. All habits are broken by being transformed into new and more productive habits. When you’re no longer “infected” and live out emotions being transmitted around you and as a response to your own thinking and perceiving, you’ll literally feel like and become a different person. So you have to be conscious of this, and embrace this new feeling of control and empowerment that emotional control brings. You’ll have to be prepared to begin telling a different type of story, and become a different type of person by way of your own story about things.

When we’re no longer controlled by the will and emotions of others, we can find ourselves in a strangely calm and peaceful place, unless of course we’re still caught up in thinking the type of thoughts that keep us in a constant reactive state to our own thoughts and imagining. Whatever memories we continue to live out of by dwelling in them, we keep ourselves in the same emotional state of those memories. We literally “tune ourselves” to the vibration of our thoughts and what we focus on in a continuous fashion. If a memory was sad or painful, as we think about it and relive it in our imagination, we produce a sad and painful state. We literally generate and experience the same emotions of those thoughts, and keep ourselves in a sad and painful state. This is because we have lived our life out of our memories of the past which we identified with while creating them (memories are interpretations that make events meaningful), and continue to build our identity out of and around by maintaining the same emotional states and thinking more of the same type of thoughts, while producing more of the same type of outer experiences. Through this process of living out of the past by dwelling in memories, we literally keep ourselves tune to and repeating those same type of experiences over and over, identifying with them deeper and deeper, until it’s the only state and story we know how to tell.

So in order to transform your own mental and emotional state and become a different type of person, you need to decide that you’re going to give up your story about things and step into a true sense of empowerment. A state where you’re not only no longer controlled by others and the whims of society, but you’re able to become self-directed and therefore self-determined. Only from this position are your truly embracing your true power of choice and free will to create yourself in an intentional and deliberate manner. However, empowerment brings a tremendous amount of responsibility and accountability. This new sense of responsibility can be a bit terrifying in terms of the insecurity it often brings, and the fact that you’re probably not going to be supported doing this in any way, shape, or manner by others or your life situations and circumstances. So you have to be prepared for this and employ a sense of mental fortitude and diligence. We only truly accomplish what we form devotion, commitment, and dedication to.

When stepping into your true power, you’ll have to learn how to cultivate other aspects of yourself you haven’t developed. You’re going to have to become very clear on who you actually are, and in moments that you normally spent reacting or being controlled by the will of others, you’re going to have to make new decisions as to how you’re going to be and what you’re going to say or do. Automatic reactions and unconscious behaviors are going to be replaced with thoughtful and deliberate actions. As we act in a deliberate manner and become truly creative in our life, we simultaneously become aware of the consequences it produces, and we can “adjust our response” in order to produce the proper influence that will lead to the desired outcome. When we’re no longer “being controlled by our emotions”, we suddenly find ourselves in a position of being able to directly and intentional influence others and situations to a difference means. By being in full control of ourselves, we’re able to remain aware and intentionally influence situations in a way that neutralize the emotion being expressed, and initiate a new emotion that leads it in a different direction. We can learn how to how not only not be affected by other people’s emotions, but how to use emotions deliberately to affect others and produce the type of thoughts that will be more productive and serve the greater good of everyone involved, instead of creating illusions as emotional dramas of some sort.

The key to all forms of mastery is awareness of others and the operations inherent in the outer world through self-awareness. We can come to understand everything around us by how we’re being stimulated, influenced, and affected by it. Through this awareness we can gain control over our own internal processes and reactive states. Once we are fully aware and have control over ourselves, we become a neutral force, and can act on ourselves in an intentional manner to regulate and maintain our own state of mind. We can detach from anything happening around us, and no longer being controlled by others and the events of life.

By mastering self-control we can become independent and self-reliant, and therefore able to truly create and alter the state of everything else by intentionally embodying different types of emotions that will influence and alter their state. It’s always a question of who has the stronger will and who’s the one acting to influence and direct who? In every situation you’re either being affected by the influence of others, or you’re the one who’s influencing and affecting them. By employing a completely neutral state, which is the desired state in personal terms, you act to neutralize whatever emotion is being expressed by not “taking it on” and responding in a like manner, which amplifies it, and you change the state of the other person, calming them down and relaxing them. Whenever we don’t react to someone by taking on the same emotions and reality as them, we act as a mirror that’s reflects back to them the illusion of the reality they’ve created out of their emotional state.

We only truly have the power to self-create and become self-determined when we can gain full control of both our mental and emotional states. By learning how to keep emotional charges from entering into and affecting us, while also learning how to direct our attention onto things that produce a positive and relaxed state, we step into a form of liberation as the true ability to create ourselves by cultivating different states in ourselves that develop our character and identity in an intentional and deliberate manner. When we can exercise control over our own mind and body, we exist in a calm state of inner peace, undisturbed and unaltered by whatever is going on around us. We come into a new sense of empowerment as our ability to truly be creative not only in our own life, but in the world at large. We embrace our true identity as superior beings with the ability to create within the material world by working with the natural laws that govern the Elemental world of feelings, thoughts, and emotions, that produce all actions as a unification.

By mastering self-control we gain the ability to achieve higher states of consciousness by existing in a passive and receptive state to the higher worlds by not being “active” (reactive) in the lower, material plane. Whenever we’re forming our identity out of our emotional delusions as the stories we tell out of them by living in them, we are bonding ourselves to the lower plane of our delusions. Out of our identification with emotional states of various sorts, we form attachments to those states as a need and desire for them, because without them, we don’t know who we are. By identifying with our higher nature, which exists outside of and above the material plane of astral light (emotions), and mastering our mental powers, we let go of material attachments and no longer form our identity out of material means, and we become a neutral force, which without personal motive or need, becomes a force for good in the world because it’s only desire and motivation is to serve humanity in whatever way is beneficial for everyone involved. We only truly have power in any situation when we’re free of it and not dependent on it to fulfill any need or desire of any kind. Detachment from material identification is the key to transcending the material plane to higher and more empowering states of mind. To become “godlike” is to become neutral to all delusions born out of emotional states, and cultivate instead virtues that allow us to govern and oversee the material plane.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

 

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Mastering Your Will to Accomplish Goals – Thought, Desire, Imagination, and Action

Harmony and Alignment is the Key to Creating

Many times we set goals for ourselves as a means of self-development, lifestyle change, or improving our life conditions, where we start off with a feeling of determination and will power, only to have it fade, weaken, and give up relatively early in the process. We don’t seem to have the ability to stick with something long enough to accomplish it, or we start doubting it, wavering, and changing our mind as soon as it becomes difficult. Then we can feel disappointed in ourselves, let down, and realize weaknesses of various sorts that become discouraging, often preventing us from trying again. We simply give into the feeling of being unable to create and be empowered in our own lives, and live a mundane and unfulfilling existence, or succumb to the very things we have a relentless desire or moral need to overcome. The more we try and fail the more discouraged we become, until at some point, we quit trying.

The main reason we think we’re making decisions for ourselves that we can’t willfully complete or produce, is because we fail to align all aspects of ourselves to the same goal. In order for us to manifest a new behavior, character trait, or reality of any kind, requires the alignment of the conscious (the one making the decision) with the subconscious (the one that produces it as a reality) mind. This alignment of the two material minds is synonymous with aligning the two hemispheres of the brain, because the mind operates the brain, and the entire system through the brain. The conscious mind is the aspect of the mind that possesses the ability to choose as a change of some sort, and is the intellectual “talking and dialoguing” mind, while the subconscious is the emotional, feeling and experiential aspect of the mind. Thought and emotion are always in-sync, and whatever emotion is married to the thought, becomes the formative motive for shaping the thought as a material manifestation.

Goals, and what seems like choices we make that are never fulfilled, is usually because the wrong emotion is associated to the thought as a reality. The subconscious only motivation is self-preservation and maintaining the status quo through habitual states. It’s habitual (automatic) in nature and operates out of memory as established patterns. In order to manifest something new or to change a habit, we have to work directly with the subconscious mind by programming it with the “reality of the desired goal”, while convincing it of how it will benefit in emotional terms.

Emotion is produced basically in two ways, one is as a response to our own thoughts, or from a charge we absorb that’s being projected from others or from our environment. Emotions are the primary energy of the astral plane, which can be equated to the atmosphere around us (of the Earth) that acts as an energetic medium that not only connects us to everyone else, but also serves as the means of transmitting emotional charges as a basic form of communication as “vibratory states”. Emotions of the physical plane are absorbed into the body, stimulating the chakra system (energy matrix of the astral body) that in turn stimulates our endocrine glands, which produce hormones that are of the same frequency (nature) as the stimulation, and alters our body chemistry and state to match or be the equivalent of it. This is how, from an evolutionary perspective, we stay in-tuned too and at the same energetic vibration of the environment in which we live, interact, and survive.

Anytime there’s a conflict of interest between the two minds, they act to sabotage and counteract each other. We have not only to bring the conscious and subconscious minds into harmony with each other, but also match the inner vision of the goal with our life conditions, circumstances, and associations. You don’t ever want to set yourself up so that in order to achieve the goal you have to constantly resist something that’s conflicting, or expose yourself constantly to what prevents it or steadily moves you away from it. All goals need to be of a personal nature and can’t require somebody else to achieve. The only real goals in life are those that pertain to developing yourself in some way through use of your creative power to “choose and willfully produce” desired experiences of reality that give you a certain type of “feeling”. Feelings are the language of the soul, and the desired result of all material goals.

The only way we create in life is by operating according to law, not by working against law. Law states that’s the feminine and masculine must always be in alignment and harmonious in order to pro-create or produce a material reality as its expression or offspring. We have to associate the proper emotion to our thought as an experience of the reality we wish to create, and then match the outer environment and what we connect and associate with, with the desired inner reality. We have to associate with whatever and whomever is of the same mind-set and reality as that which we wish to create. When we connect and associate with what’s of the same nature as our desired creation, it’s supported, strengthened, and amplified. When we continue to exist in relation with what’s not of the same nature (frequency), that contradicts or undermines it, we’re constantly tempted, filled with self-doubt, feel weakened and ultimately lose our focus.

Whatever we associate with we become like. Like always produces more of what’s like itself. This is the Law of Vibration. We only resonate (serve to vibrate and bring into an active state) with “shared qualities and characteristics” of that which we exist in relationship with. If our desired goal for manifesting change is not a natural part of the relationships we form with others and our life circumstances, nothing is serving to activate or vibrate us with that same idea as qualities and characteristics, and instead is constantly activating contradictory ideas in us. To manifest ourselves and reality, we have to create a completely harmonious and synchronized process.

As we make goals for desired change, we need to check those goals with all areas of our life to make sure they’re compatible and can be harmoniously integrated, producing beneficial effects in all areas of our life. If a desired change in one area contradicts another, or will cause problems in another area, they act to counterbalance each other, and a form of debate takes place as a negotiation and internal conflict. Anytime we’re experiencing internal conflict around an idea it acts to sabotage and contradict it. So any goal as a desired manifestation should be thought out in terms of how it’ll affect relationships, lifestyle, spiritual practices, health, economics, career, and so on. The idea has to be integrated into your life in a congruent and beneficial manner, or you’ll have to decide if the goal is more important to achieve than what you’ll have to give up or let go of in order to accomplish it.

There has to be a clear realization of the reality of what you’re achieving in terms of your entire life, and only when there’s congruence and continuity should you continue. Sometimes the goal simply needs to be modified to accommodate other areas in an agreeable way. All internal conflict has to be resolved around the goal, and all areas brought into alignment in terms of how achieving the goal will affect them. The benefits that will come through achieving the goal have to be well defined and infused with positive emotions that will make it very compelling and desirable. The most natural form of “willpower” lies in our “desire” for something and our ability to imagine it as an actual experience.

Once a life ecology check has been made, and all internal conflict resolved, the goal has to be concentrated on and formed in the imagination as an actual experience of the reality it implies. It has to be formed in sensory terms – what are you seeing, hearing, feeling, touching, smelling and tasting, and what are you telling yourself about it that makes it mean something – and you have to play it out as a scenario that’s exactly as you want it, while associating very positive and compelling (magnetic) emotions to it. You have to form it as an internal representation that’s up close, in full vivid color, imbued with strong sensations, and create your experience of it as being very fulfilling and satisfying, and really tune into the “feeling” it gives you. All goals are ultimately to acquire a feeling of some kind, and the feeling will act as your barometer and navigation system. The feeling of an experience is its vibration.

Imagine the desired reality in as many different scenario’s and circumstances as possible, developing each one until you get it just like you want it. Then, when you’ve perfected it, play it over and over, enhancing the sensory experience and emotion it brings, while telling yourself a story about it that infuses it with meaning. As we form internal dialogue around it while imaging it in vivid terms, feeling it deeply as an actual experience, we seat it into the subconscious mind as a form of virtual memory. This memory as a sensory reality forms a vibratory frequency as a pattern that the subconscious uses to produce the emotional state (body chemistry) and behavior (actions) necessary, while connecting to that same idea as a frequency in the environment around us, magnetizing us to it.

The subconscious acts to connect us with the reality of our thoughts in everyone and everything around us, while also producing all the behavior and actions necessary for initiating, interacting, and causing it. The subconscious mind produces all of our natural behaviors out of various forms of memory. To manifest an idea as a new habit, behavior, way of being, or experience of reality, the goal must be created as a form of memory, that’s very emotionally compelling. Positive emotions attract and move into, while negative emotions repel and move away from. The subconscious is motivated by emotions associated with pleasure and pain. The feelings and emotions associated to an idea, determine whether or not we are unconsciously (without direct awareness) moving into and towards our dreams, or away from and avoiding our dreams. Anytime we’re feeling apprehension, fear, anxiety, dread, loss, sacrifice, or pain around an idea, even one we say we want, we are actually acting “on ourselves” to prevent it. The subconscious mind always moves towards pleasure and away from pain. To move naturally into an idea you have to associate pleasure (positive feelings) with it, and hold it in positive regard.

If we set a goal that represents loss of any kind, especially if what we’re losing is valuable to us, or brings pain and grief of any kind, we have to come to terms with it, and decide to give it up in favor of the goal. Otherwise, again, they’ll act to contradict and sabotage each other. What tends to manifest and become naturally established is what exists in a harmonious fashion with both the conscious and subconscious, with the subconscious typically dominating the conscious mind. If it comes down to feelings and emotions contrasting thought, emotions nearly always win, not only because of the strong motive quality, but also because behavior is emotionally driven and are what connect us to everything else in the material plane of our natural environment.

The conscious mind has the ability to direct and program the subconscious mind through choice and will, but only if it knows how to work intuitively with the subconscious, and convert ideas into emotional realities as vibratory states. We have to speak to the subconscious in its own language, as experiences with full sensory enhancement that naturally elicits positive emotions in response to it. Every idea is developed and actualized based on the emotion associated with it. Emotion comes as the result of experience, and is what shapes the experience through the thoughts produced as the story we tell ourselves about it that interprets it to mean something. An idea as an emotional experience and internal dialogue (interpretation as a story) forms a memory. Memory is the language of the subconscious, and is what it uses to create our experience of both the inner and outer world as a correspondence to each other.

The way to form a goal as a manifestation of a new form of reality, is to decide on the change you desire to bring about, make sure that it only requires you to achieve, run an ecology check with all other areas of your life to ensure its congruent, modifying it as necessary to ensure it will produce desired results. Then imagine it as if it’s already real, forming an internal representation of it as up close, in vivid color with strong sensations (feelings), and in a way that makes it emotionally pleasurable and compelling. Then developing the idea until you get it just the way you want it in terms of how it makes you feel, then replay that idea over and over in your imagination, seating it in your subconscious as an actual memory. Once established and utilized by the subconscious as a memory, it provides a template as a pattern for creating it as an outer reality or experience of reality. All realities are created using the elements available in the immediate environment, and though it may not look like you thought it would or come about tin the way you thought it would, you’ll know it by the feeling it gives you. The feeling is the key to recognition.

As we think and feel, we tune ourselves to the vibration of that reality, and we begin resonating with it in everything around us.  We naturally connect and form a gravitational field with that same reality as a “type of experience” in our outer environment. The memory as an internal representation provides a kind of “road map” as a steady chain of association that provides “action steps”. We begin noticing things through a form of coincidence, where things stand out that connects us to it, drawing it to us and us to it, as a form of synchronicity. Whatever memories we associate ourselves with, we experience in our outer reality. This is the creative power of the mind that we’re using all the time without realizing it. We create our experience of reality based on our memories. Memories are formed from how we interpret the emotional events of our life that we then continue to think about and replay over and over, creating more of the same type of experiences. Anytime we think about something, we’re conditioning ourselves with those thoughts, and creating more of the same type of experiences. All emotional thought is a form of “request” to the Universe that says, “give me more of this”.

To create the future, create it as a preview of what’s to come. Our memories of the past create more of the same type of experiences in the present, which becomes the basis for the future. Our subconscious programming becomes our reality. By learning how to program our own mind with desired experiences, we learn how to literally manifest our reality at will, and shape ourselves by way of those realities. Our ability to choose (intentionally create) and the will (desire and imagination) is our soul’s ability to create reality and itself by way of that reality. It’s our mind that produces our experience of reality. As we think, feel, and imagine . . . . we become, and we reside in that world!

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Mind-Body Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor


How to not be Affected by Others – Learning how to see Things as they Really Are

All Perception is Self-Perception as an Outer Reality

One of the greatest powers we can learn in life is how to gain full control over ourselves and our perception of others. By becoming aware of how we form perceptions, and act to create our experiences, we can simultaneously realize the true nature of other people’s perception of us. Through self-awareness of how our mind works to shape our experience of reality and of others, we can become clear on the reality of other people’s perception of us. All perception is a product of the mind forming it as a form of self-perception. We only see and experience in others and the material world around us what’s of the same “nature” (frequency) as we are. We’re only able to perceive in others the same qualities and characteristics that we ourselves possess. To perceive is to (re)create in our image and with our likeness. Perception is an interpretation that reformulates basic qualities into a new pattern or idea, changing how it appears, and creating our experience of it which is “subjective” in nature. All reality as we’re capable of knowing it is subjective, which means we create it as a personal version out of our feelings that we then use to create ourselves by how we experience our own creation. Every function of the mind is an act of self-expression and self-creation.

All experience is formed through a relationship between our inner self and our outer world. The inner self as the subconscious mind is comprised of a dynamic network of values, beliefs, preferences, attitudes, fears, desires, emotional states, conditioned patterns, and memories that form our paradigm (mental model) as a “filtering system” that we use to view and interpret life with. As we place our attention on something, we’re filtering the information received through our mental model, and we change how it appears to make it “like us” (of the same nature). We conform everything to be a reflection of ourselves. To be what we believe about them instead of what they actually are in the objective sense as being “a part from us”, and therefore different from us. We change how everything seems to match our feelings, beliefs, values, preferences and attitude about them.

Our mind as a vibratory energy field blends and merges into everything around us through resonance, and only “sees” what’s of the same frequency or nature as we are. Perception is a form of interpretation that uses our model as the basis for explaining, describing, and understanding things. What’s different from us, or outside of our range of vibration, we don’t notice, and literally can’t comprehend. Our energy as an electromagnetic energy field merges into theirs, activating and bringing out what’s of the nature as qualities and characteristics, while causing other aspects to become inactive and recede, reshaping them to be of the same frequency or nature as we are. We “remix” everything by rearranging the attributes, qualities, and characteristics it outwardly displays. We energetically reformulate everything to be of the same vibratory pattern, nature, and behaviors as we are. We are all ingrained with certain dynamics as conditioned life themes that we use to interpret other people’s behaviors.

Attention is an active and antagonistic force that vibrates some aspects but not others. This is self-evident in the realization that we’re always acting on others through the relationship as an interaction we form with them to bring out certain qualities and ways of being. Paying attention to them, or just being in near proximity of another energy field forms a subliminal interaction as a “stimulus-response” mechanism, that merges into an alters the vibration of both through shared qualities that become amplified and accentuated, while others recede and become temporarily dormant. Energy is always interacting subliminally in the same way an actual interaction works. We’re always stimulating others, affecting and influencing them to become more like us. We’re always acting on everything else energetically creating them and everything around us to be of the same nature (vibration) as we are. Like always begets more of what’s like itself. Subtle energy as consciousness works in an unconscious as well as direct manner to vibrate and bring into an active and expressive state what’s of the same nature as it is. Whatever is different from it, isn’t recognized or activated, and returns to a passive state, all of which change how it appears, behaves, and expresses as a “way of being”.

Once we understand this basic law of the mind as resonance, sympathetic induction, and coherence, we can realize not only the true nature of our own judgments and what they reveal about “us”, but also the true nature of other people’s perception of us. How they “see us” and the interpretation they form of us, in reality, says nothing about us, but simply reveals who and how they are. Its shows us their mental paradigm that reforms us according to their own beliefs, fears, desires, preferences, and so on. We see the world through the dynamic patterns of our conditioning which forms the vibratory structure of our mind as our paradigm or “model of the world”, that we use to form ourselves, others, and the world at large to all be of the same nature as a thematic idea.

One of the things that makes this difficult to fully grasp in the practical sense, is that our “nature” as qualities and characteristics that we possess, are dual or polar in nature and have both conscious and unconscious aspects to them. A pattern as a dynamic that plays out an idea both inwardly and outwardly, is created through multiple roles that oppose yet complement each other, and act to stimulate and interact with each other to create the same idea as an experience of reality. So what we “see in others” is a projection of our own unconscious aspects that have a complementary role in playing out the same idea as a theme, as our conscious (aware) aspects.

All of life consists of patterns that form both inner and outer realities as a thematic idea. A person who is consciously expressing the mentality of being a “victim”, also possesses the “victimizer” at the unconscious level, because it’s a role in the same pattern, and projects onto and sees the qualities and tendencies of the victimizer in everyone else, while simultaneously attracting (resonating) them. When they encounter those qualities of a victimizer in another, they’re stimulated (resonate with) by them, and experience “chemistry” with them, and they enter into relationship with them based on their shared frequency, and together, through the relationship that’s formed, together as a form of partnership, act out the same idea playing opposite, yet complementary roles. Because we possess the “whole pattern” as a dynamic or frequency of victim / victimizer, or abused and abuser, with one being conscious and the other unconscious, we actually move back and forth between both roles, and act to be abusive also as unconscious tendencies or behaviors, while perceiving it as being something else based on what we tell ourselves about why we’re doing it that makes it seem different. Because of this, we remain unaware of our own tendencies that we imagine instead exist in the other person and a part from us, or see them as being of a different nature than we are.

Our vibratory frequency as indigenous emotional states and conditioned patterns as life dynamics, form our perceptual lens as a filtering system that sees in others and everything else what’s of the same dynamic and inner nature as the one we’re programmed with. How we see others is a direct reflection of our own unconscious aspects as a mental projection that acts like an activating system. We change how others are being, what qualities they express, and how they appear through an energetic interaction of consciousness as vibration that acts to vibrate the same frequency in everything else. All reality as we are capable of knowing it is subjective in nature, meaning it’s based on and influenced or formed by personal feelings, tastes, and opinions, and is a product of the mind creating it as a vibratory match. While we know (or think we know) there’s an objective reality, because we all appear to be seeing the same fundamental elements and objects, how we experience them, what we notice or don’t notice, what we emphasize or ignore, are all different as a match to the mind sensing and viewing it.

So what this tells us, is that someone else’s perception, interpretation, or opinion of us, says nothing about us in the real sense of things, but simply reveals who and how they are. It shows us, if we care to know, what their model of the world is and their formative conditioning as issues and tendencies. All we’re ever actually doing is expressing who and how we are as a person. We see and interact with complementary components of our own vibratory patterns as life dynamics and emotional themes. Our unconscious aspects are always being projected onto others and reflected back to us, which is what allows us to identify our own unconscious and hidden nature. Whatever we’re acting out intentionally with full awareness, we also possess the complementary opposite, and see and interact with that in everything else as a means of creating our experience of reality.

In a like manner, we can look at our own judgment with the same awareness, and self-reflect to realize what they’re showing us about ourselves. Whatever value judgments we place on others and see them through, are showing us unconscious and hidden aspects of ourselves. Aspects that we’ve been conditioned with, that were repressed in some manner due to guilt, shame, rejection, or some other bad feeling, that we began denying we had while building up a defense around them, and so they remain fully operational internally as unconscious aspects forming the perceptual lens we look through to see others. The perceptual lens we look through to perceive others assigns those same unconscious qualities to them, that we then contrast and compare ourselves to be “different” and not of the same nature, and therefore qualified to judge and persecute in the same manner we were judged and persecuted.

This law works both ways, as the means of understanding what other people’s model is through their perception of us, and as a means of recognizing our own unconscious aspects through our perception of them. In knowing this, and fully understanding it, we’ll never again be affected by someones opinion of us. Unless of course, we choose to be. We’ll realize that we can’t be hurt by another person because we’re the ones creating the experience as an inner reaction of being hurt, by what is in reality an illusion as a mental projection. We’ll be able to stand in the face of criticism, blame, and antagonism while remaining calm, unaffected, indifferent, and in control. When we don’t let someones projections enter into and affect (infect) us, we serve as a mirror that reflects back to them the true reality of what they’re doing. It’s only when we allow them to influence us by investing a belief in their illusion of us, and we react in kind by energetically absorbing it, that we validate them and make it real by participating in the reality of it.

Through realization we create an energetic barrier that prevents their energy from entering into us, infecting us with a mental delusion, and controlling us by altering our state to match theirs. By realizing what’s really going on, we are no longer controlled by the opinions and behaviors of others, and maintain a sense of inner calm and peace. We can remain in full control of ourselves while deflecting and reflecting back to them, in very clear terms, their own unconsciousness. This is the true meaning of compassion. Remaining separate from other people’s illusions, not forming any kind of sympathy or reaction to them, which is what allows them to see that they actually are, an illusion of their own making. Nothing is real unless two or more people appear to be experiencing the same reality.

Self-mastery is obtained by gaining a thorough understanding of the universal laws of the mind and using them through practical application to become mentally and emotionally invincible, while gaining deep forms of self-awareness and self-realization that empowers us to correct our own errors in thinking and perceiving. We can only work in a conscious and intentional manner with what we’re aware of and understand in practical terms. Through self-awareness we can begin working with ourselves to resolve and transform our own unconscious tendencies and bring shadow aspects hidden deep within the darkness of our own mind out into the light where we can see them for what they are, a part of our own creation as a delusion. In healing our own unconscious tendencies through awareness of them, we alter the vibratory structure of our mind, reforming our paradigm, and change how the outer world appears to us, and how it influences and affects us as a result. We can come to know ourselves through the world we live in as our perception of it, which contains both conscious and unconscious aspects of the same reality.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Mind-Body Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

Mass Brainwashing – Mastering your Will and Learning how to take back Control your Mind

In our modern day society of constant sensory stimulation and information overload, our minds tend to be constantly racing with thoughts and emotions that keep us in a constant state of distraction and prevent us from ever being present in our own life. Most of the thoughts that we think throughout the day are redundant, habitual, and virtually meaningless. They’re formed from suggestions we receive all day long from electronic media of some form that are readily taken in and allowed to take hold, and from running emotional memories of some sort through our mind, reliving and replaying them over and over. This kind of thought not only keeps us in a constant state of living out of the past, but turns us into mindless drones controlled, programmed, and driven by whatever fad or propaganda is saturating the media.

All electronic media works to stimulate the mind, brain, and body through a variety of methods that operate out of the same principles as hypnosis, energetic entrainment, and auto-suggestion. Anytime the mind is rendered passive while engaging in some form of idea or process, whatever suggestion (idea) is delivered with a strong emotional component, is readily “taken in” and allowed to take hold, and developed into a personal (imagined) reality by thinking about it. As we think about an idea, we form a conceptualization as an internal representation that literally seats the idea into the subconscious mind, which uses it in the same manner as a memory. Out of this virtual memory comes patterns for actualizing as experiences that the subconscious uses to connect with that same idea in the outer world, magnetizing us to it. As we think we imagine and have an emotional reaction to our own thoughts, and act to “tune ourselves” to that vibration as a “type” of reality. Whatever vibration we are tuned to is the type of reality we engage in, readily see and connect to, and participate in creating by becoming a channel for it. We literally lend our will to creating it.

Ideas with strong emotions act like a “hook” to the unguarded mind, and become seeds, that once planted, continue to grow and become a part of our normal reality. Once we form an internal reality out of them, they’re integrated into our paradigm and become a natural part of our thinking and perceiving. These thoughts, which ultimately become habitual, determine our emotional state, which is the component that attaches us to that same idea as a reality all around us. Emotions are the motive force of the material plane, and is what readily travels throughout the material plane and acts as a stimulus. A physical stimulus takes place through “resonance”, or when energies of the same nature act to vibrate and move each other and are “absorbed” (sympathetic induction). Emotions that “enter into us” stimulate and influence us, are integrated and ultimately form coherence, which acts to amplify and increase the emotion that connects them. Once resonating, a form of gravity is created as an electromagnetic field that connects us, and we are steadily drawn into that idea in our environment and others who vibrate at the same frequency (share the same emotions and type of thoughts as they reality they produce).

Electronic media has many other covert features that are always operating on us without our awareness. Whenever something is influencing us without awareness, it means it’s working directly on and through our subconscious mind. All electronics produce an electromagnetic field, which is similar to our electromagnetic field, and therefore “acts on it” as a direct stimulus. This stimulus creates a form of tension that produces a chronic form of stress because it keeps the body in a constant alert and reactive state. Our houses and dwellings are all electrically powered, and most of us live every day in a sea of interwoven electrical currents that produce a form of chronic stress, that over time wears us down, lowering our resistance (immune response and mental overwhelm) and keeps us in a receptive state.

Most media devices we engage in and interact with have lit screens of some sort, which are created through oscillating light, that not only effects our Pineal gland, which regulates light, and stimulates our visual cortex, but also creates what we call “brain entrainment”, which is a form of “trance”. So anytime we’re using a media device or in near proximity of it, we’re being influenced by it, stimulated into an anxious state, then entrained by oscillating light, that then delivers information as ideas that have an emotional hook. We are literally being hypnotized and fed constant suggestions through various forms of media use. This stimulus, mental entrainment, and suggestion keeps us addicted to the devices causing them, and control and govern us by whatever information as a form of “hypnotic suggestion” they deliver and implant into our mind.

Most media devices or TV as entertainment of various sorts that have rapidly changing “scenes”, moving from one idea to another in a matter of seconds, creates a form of sporadic and illogical attention span that moves constantly from one idea to another every few seconds. This illogical, super-fast change of realities and ideas, creates the inability to concentrate, while being programmed with whatever information is being delivered by way of them. Anytime we’re being entertained, we enter into a receptive state and readily allow whatever idea is being played out to enter our mind where we become a part of it. We form energetic sympathy with it and absorb it into our mind. Computers, and especially cell phones, use windows and scrolling methods that keep our attention span moving rapidly through a large array of information while in a passive and receptive state, scanning information. This electronic entrainment produces sporadic and redundant thoughts and images that become habitual and chronic in nature. Because of these types of factors, our mind runs continuously with repeated thoughts of what movies we watched, songs we listened to, what videos we viewed, commercials we saw, articles we read, or whatever we have engaged in and allowed our mind to become saturated with.

For the most part, our modern day society has produced an entire society of brainwashed people who suffer from chronic forms of depression, isolation, learning disabilities, and erratic emotional states. The average person can’t control their own thoughts and feeling, and instead are controlled by them. Many people can’t concentrate, can’t shut off their mind and go to sleep, ignore the people sitting right next to them while engrossed in their cell phone instead, can’t stay focused long enough to read, and when they do read they can’t comprehend or retain, and lack the ability to concentrate and think deeply on any subject. They merely repeat the thoughts and ideas they’re being saturated with, and often never actually have a thought of their own. We’ve become a society of programmed drones who give our will to those who brainwash us, and work our entire life caught up in a system we’re forced to participate in. Most are so accustomed to it now that they can’t see what’s happening or don’t care, and eagerly participate in it while fighting to defend it when it’s pointed out.

One of the main things that’s required in order to begin taking back control of your own mind, is to begin observing your own thoughts, while becoming aware of what they are and where they came from, and begin censoring what you expose yourself to and the behaviors you engage in. Breaking the electronic media tendency can be difficult because it’s very addictive, and some of our most basic functions require them. Yet we can absolutely limit our use, and avoid engaging in it as a remedy to boredom, or as a way of engaging in behaviors that are ultimately meaningless or purely for entertainment. By paying attention to what we expose ourselves to, and what type of information we allow into our minds, we can become more aware and select stuff that we actually want to acquire as part of our everyday thought processes. We can begin limiting our dependency on “entertainment” and the number of hours we watch TV or surf the internet, and begin engaging in “actual activities” of some sort that require us to be present and actually “do something”. We can get back into “live engagements” with actual people that we can know in the real sense, actually talk to, see their emotional expressions, feel their energy, and experience bonding of various forms.

Another practice is to learn how to develop and use our “will”. Our will is the creative aspect of our mind that comes from concentration and imagination that’s followed by actions of some sort. All creative power lies in concentrated thought, and when we are scattered and think erratically, or move from one thing to another without the ability to fix our attention on something for an extended period of time, we tend to never really create anything, but merely pass time instead. If we shut off the TV and actually do something instead, or read a book, have a conversation with someone, clean the house, cook a meal, work in the yard or garden, go for a walk, and so on, we’re able to practice being present “in” our life, develop our ability to concentrate and remain focused on something, and improve our health, our relationships, and our living environment, while also becoming happier and more content.

When we begin realizing that various forms of “entertainment” are the best form of hypnosis because we enter into those activities without any resistance or censoring tendencies, and so we take everything right into our mind and allow it to take hold in our imagination, we can begin being more selective about what types of entertainment we readily engage in. Many people who watch four to five hours of TV at night, are also watching a good hour’s worth (if not more) of commercials. Everywhere on the internet is cluttered with junky “sensationalized” type of advertisements, articles on many websites are cluttered with so many adds it’s hard to follow the article, and even videos are full of ads of some kind. So we’re being bombarded with various forms of media that’s all designed to get our attention and cause us to “click” on it, or ads designed to persuade us to purchase something. Nowhere is there a more masterful use of psychology and hypnosis than there is in the advertising, marketing, and news fields. Anything that’s delivered with a “strong emotional content” or that’s extreme in some way, acts like a hook to the mind, and once the information is received, we continue to think about it long after it’s past. In many cases, it can become a habitual part of our thoughts or something that we process more like a fact and as a form of learning by incorporating it into our mental paradigm, where it becomes a perceptual filter of some form.

When we engage in any type of “screen” activity (TV, Cell Phone, Video games, computer, etc.) within a couple of hours before going to bed, it stimulates our visual cortex and Pineal gland, which is what regulates our Arcadia rhythm (sleep cycle), and we feel anxious and can’t “shut off our thoughts”. Those who watch TV while in bed, and fall asleep with it still going, are actually still taking in everything that’s being said or played out with their subconscious mind. As we drift off to sleep, and as we wake up in the morning, are the most natural states of hypnosis we experience in our everyday life. While sleeping, our conscious “censoring mind” is completely subdued, yet our subconscious mind, which never sleeps, is dominate and active, meaning that it’s still taking in and processing information from the environment. Also, when we fall asleep watching a screen of some form, much like drinking alcohol, we tend to wake up a couple of hours after falling to sleep and can’t go back to sleep, often accompanied by a strong feeling of anxiety and restlessness. LED lights (blue light ray) of any kind are not only harmful to your eyes, but are a major cause of insomnia of various forms. A Lack of sound sleep over an extended period of time, causes emotional and mental “weakness” as feeling tired, unable to concentrate, feeling foggy, can’t think straight, over reactive emotionally and chronic forms of depression.

So the best way to take back control of your own mind and will, is to become aware of all the ways your mind is being infected through hypnotic processes and electromagnetic stimulation, and pick and choose your activities based on that. Here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • Reduce the amount of exposure to any form of device that’s electromagnetic in nature, radioactive, has a lit screen, wireless transmission, and is filled with commercials.

  • Don’t use a device with a lit screen within two hours of going to bed.

  • Don’t fall asleep in front of a TV, and don’t have a TV in your bedroom.

  • Don’t sleep with your cell phone next to your bed.

  • Avoid commercials and advertising of all forms, and limit the amount of news you watch.

  • Limit the amount time you spend on social sites or scanning your phone.

  • Engage more in “actual activities” that require you to be present, interactive, and think and doing something.

  • Meditate or take time out to just relax and reflect on something without any stimulus or noise. Quiet time.

  • Spend more time with people who are actually present with you, such as family, friends, neighbors, or animals of various sorts.

  • Spend some time throughout the day concentrating steadily on something for an extended period of time without letting yourself get distracted.

  • Read more (paper books – no screens)

  • Spend more time doing things outside that are active, enjoyable and out in the sunlight (Vitamin D)

  • Make sure you get an ample amount of sound sleep (5 to 8 hours).

  • Eat a healthy well-balanced diet with lots of fruits and vegetables and water. Stay hydrated.

Like all things, it’s best to start with a couple of practices then increase as you accomplish those. Trying to do too many at a time will usually set you up for failure and create a stressful experience. Most of these activities are a form of habit, and may be somewhat difficult to give up, especially if you find them enjoyable or as a means of filling time that otherwise you wouldn’t have anything to do. As you stop one activity you should have another one that you’ll be replacing it with. We’re never really “breaking habits”, but rather consciously creating healthy habits to replace unhealthy ones.

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

Spiritual DNA – Our Souls Signature for Creating Reality

Physical DNA, which operates not only according to the same laws that govern all of life on the physical plane, but also to the laws of the spiritual or energetic realm of the mind. Not the mind as a product of brain function, as many people believe, but the mind as the subtle electromagnetic field of the body, also referred to as the soul. Just as physical DNA as a combination of information is used to generate the body, giving it very distinct genetic characteristics and behavioral tendencies, which are further developed through family dynamics of people who share the same DNA, the soul is comprised of energetic information as memory. The fully integrated memory of the soul maintains its basic structure as a paradigm formulated out of accumulated memory.  Experiences as  memory accumulated from multiple lifetimes gives the soul its basic disposition, temperament, and tendencies, which are continuously evolved through the experiences it acts to co-create and attain by how it enters into relationship with the body as corresponding (of the same frequency or nature) memory, which evolves it through the new attributes and emphasis it produces.

This soul memory, unlike genetic or hereditary memory of the race and culture (bloodline), doesn’t give us specific physical characteristics, though it does maintain energetic tension within the body which alters the physical appearance and potential for illness and disease manifested through energetic tension as a form of “programming”, but it’s the memory that forms our personal signature and the stories we tell by how we live our life and form our personality and identity. In terms of “soul expression”, biography forms our biology. The souls vibration or internal nature can be recognized through the story we naturally start telling from a very young age. Our personality is fully developed as the combination (all of life comes from combinations) of hereditary and individual (soul) memory. A new variation is formed out of the series of relationships that take place and as we begin forming our identity with our body and life conditions through adulthood, we steadily evolve our soul through continuous adaptations that alters and modifies our mental paradigm.

This soul memory as a mental paradigm that regenerates itself within a new body is what we commonly refer to as karma. Not in the sense of good or bad, or as independent behaviors as many think, but rather as patterns that produce much larger overall effects in terms of the perceptual filter it forms that determine how we interpret the events of our life to give them meaning. The meaning we give things forms a “theme” out of which our “life story” begins naturally formulating through our formative conditioning, which we begin cultivating early in life by how we naturally react to what happens to us, and what qualities the events of our life and the behavior of others activate within us that become the basis for our experiences in the present. These overall life patterns that we’re imprinted with at the soul level, recreate the same themes as a story that we begin telling ourselves about things that forms our reality, how we create our experiences, and how we behave (create outwardly) as a result.

Our spiritual DNA as soul memory produces the same perceptions and tendencies, the same “type” of thoughts and emotions, which naturally lend themselves to begin telling the same type of story about things as a means of making sense out of it. How we interpret things to give them meaning is how we begin developing ourselves through our own soul expression. As we begin expressing the same tendencies, we develop our personal reality out of the same mind-set or paradigm. This mental paradigm is what we carry forward into each succeeding life as an accumulative effect based on how it was evolved through each life experience. We start each life with the summation of all previous lives that form the basis of our mental paradigm, which sets up and initiates the same overall patterns as a “life theme” that determines what body (DNA) we resonate with and the natural circumstances our conditioning provides us with, that we then experience as “happening to us”, while at the same time possessing the mental filters and producing the behaviors that cause it. A life theme is usually something like not being loved, not wanted, not good enough, betrayal, abandonment, rejection, and so on. We then act out these themes at various levels throughout our life through numerous relationships. We attract to and pick the people who are of the same nature as we are and who will participate in acting out the same reality, giving us more of the experience we’re programmed with, and whose behavior can be readily interpreted to “mean” it. Then, through our interaction we simultaneously produce the behaviors that will cause it.

Example: if abandonment is our theme, then issues around abandonment are constantly being stimulated in us, both consciously and unconsciously. As they’re stimulate and brought forth in us we form behaviors around them, both as actual dynamics and behaviors designed to compensate or protect us from it, as well as the ones that initiate it. We readily engage only with those who have the same theme as a dynamic, and will act to not only abandon us, but respond appropriately to being abandoned by us. Then anything, any form of behavior or gesture that can be interpreted to mean we’re being abandoned, is how we experience it, while simultaneously abandoning them in the same way we imagine we’ve been abandoned as a retaliation or defensive mechanism (cause and effect). We play all roles in our theme simultaneously as the attitude and behaviors that result in us being abandoned, and respond in kind by abandoning them. Like always begets more of what’s like it. We don’t recognize our own tendencies when we do it to others because we tell ourselves a different story about what we’re doing and why that makes it seem different, or we do it unconsciously as a behavioral tendency that we do without direct awareness, that others perceive as us abandoning or not wanting them, and they respond in turn by abandoning us.

We continue living out of this same theme as a set of dynamic behaviors, some of which we’re aware of and others we’re not aware of, through all of the relationships in our life (parents and family, dating or marriage, work, friends, etc.) usually without ever realizing that we’re the ones producing it by the memory as a “thematic pattern” that we’re programmed with. We then, after creating many experiences of being abandoned and abandoning others (before they abandon us), begin identifying with our own self-perpetuated experiences, and our entire behavior as a style or way of being, is always acting out “abandonment” at all different levels of our life. We form our identity through the stories we tell about ourselves and others, and become thoroughly conditioned by that story, and therefore honestly don’t know how to tell a different story. When we try, we feel awkward, clueless, don’t know who we are or “how” to be, feel like we’re not being ourselves, phony, inauthentic, and so on, because everything about us and who we’ve created ourselves to be is based on telling that story. In this way, we can live our whole life out of the same karma as inherent memory, or several lifetimes for that matter, usually without ever realizing that that’s what we’re doing.

So our soul’s memory as our vibratory frequency forms the dynamic model of our mind as our mental programming. Our memories become the basis for our mental filters, which produce the perceptual patterns of our mind as an interpretation that determine “who” and “how” we become. Our mental paradigm forms our soul’s signature by how we express ourselves through feelings, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Our soul’s signature is the story we’re always in the process of telling by living it, and the people and situations we attract and enter into relationship with that are programmed with the same dynamics and will participate in co-creating the same type of story with us. Those who are programmed with a different type of story than we are, we can’t relate to, don’t feel compelled towards, or have an affinity with, and in many cases never really even come into contact with.

This continues as a self-perpetuating motion until we become aware of the fact that no one tells us what to think and how to feel, but us. Even as children we are always the ones creating our experiences by how we interpret things to give them meaning, and the stories we begin telling ourselves in an attempt to make sense of things, which acts to shape us by way of our own creation. Once we become aware of our own tendencies and how we’ve formed our identity around and out of them, and are truly willing to let go of our attachment to our story, we can begin learning how to tell a new story, and transform our lives as a result. Like all things, we can only consciously work with what we’re aware of. Through self-awareness, we begin realizing our own unconscious tendencies and can decide what we want to do instead and willfully act out that decision in a disciplined manner. It’s only through self-awareness and using our power to self-create that we can resolve our karma by breaking the unconscious patterns that govern our life, and intentionally form new ones that are more productive and creative, instead of detrimental and destructive. We have to begin taking control of our own mind and using our will to form our experiences with a sense of intention and purpose, and begin telling a new type of story that will systematically transform us into a new type of person.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

Multiple Personality Disorder – The Soul’s Ability to Create the Body and Reality

While we can look at the placebo effect all day long as a means of attempting to understand the minds ability to shape reality or regulate the chemistry and function of its own body, the true impact of this idea comes through what we call “Multiple Personality Disorder”, or when two or more personalities appear to be inhabiting the same body. Just as potential is latent in the normal or average person, and though not actively expressing can be used by making it active to modify or transform the basic personality of the body, multiple personalities exist within the same body and move in and out of active dominance as a “shift in state”, that employs an entirely different personality that completely alters not only the energy of the body as its demeanor, taking on entirely different ways of being, but also transforms the actual condition and function of the body they share. What we call the “personality” can also be thought of as an aspect of the mind called the “subconscious mind”, which is the “consciousness” of the body, or the “soul”. The mind and soul are synonymous. So whenever we’re talking about “personality”, we’re also talking about the mind as the consciousness that actually expresses physically as the personality of the body.

Different personalities have entirely different minds and correspondences as different names, memories, personal history, identity, race, nationality, gender, sexual preference, and health conditions, which include illness, disease, disabilities, and cancers. In rare cases, some personalities can even be of a different species, such as an animal or alien life-form. The number of personalities can range from two to several. One of the most remarkable things about multiple personalities in terms of the personality’s ability to “shape-shift” or form the body, which of course can be measured and physically observed, is that one personality can have severe type one diabetes (for example), and the others don’t. This doesn’t mean it just acts like or pretends it has diabetes, but rather that diabetes actually exists as the condition of the body, and is self-evident and physically measured through testing. Yet they only have the disease in one of their personalities, where it’s fully manifest, and not at all in the other(s).

The same goes for any number of conditions, including cancer which can be in an advanced stage. This change in the physical condition of the body takes place just as instantly as the shift in personalities do, and when they move back into another personality (it becomes outwardly present and dominant), the condition disappears completely, and their entire health changes just as abruptly. This shift in state as moving between personalities, can take place in a matter of a few seconds, not hours or days. And so the entire physical state of the body, changes just as instantly as the correlation to what we call the personality, which can also be thought of as the “soul”, because the soul is what manifests as the personality and regulates the molecular structure and function of the body. It’s the mind or soul that actually organizes and forms the body and gives it the life that it has as a conscious being.

This shows us that the personality isn’t something that’s just created through the genetic composition of the bodies DNA or ancestral memory, but it’s acquired by way of or as an expression of the soul that inhabits it. And while we can clearly say that the soul attracts into the physical body that’s complementary to it (of the same frequency and nature), and is therefore ideally suited for the soul as its vehicle for expression, and that its genetic memory and physical characteristics correlate with the soul, we can also see that the personality and state of the body is a product of the mind-soul that serves to organize its molecular structure, stimulate and regulate biological processes, animate with natural behaviors, and ultimately “expresses” through it. We can conclude that the physical condition of the body (the one it “takes on”) is determined by the soul as what we commonly think of as karma. What we call karma is the memory of the soul that forms the mental paradigm of the mind. We can see (directly observe) that illness and disease are produced by the soul as a natural form of karma that systematically shapes the body to produce whatever condition and situation the soul’s mental paradigm naturally forms, as a means of setting the stage necessary for learning and growing through life experience, which only comes through altering and transforming the mind that’s responsible for creating it.

The mind which is the instrument of the soul, is what organizes the biology of the body, and determines its state (vibratory frequency), how it functions, and what type of reality it produces and lives out of, all of which is its own creation. We are at once the creator of our life, the one experiencing our creation, and the witness of our life experiences, which becomes the memories of our soul as its vibratory structure, or mental paradigm. We are always acting “on ourselves” as the means of creating the experiences that serve to shape us by how we identify with our own self-created experiences. The only difference is each part of the whole process is created and conducted by different aspects of the same mind, which are largely unaware of each other and how they operate together to form the same cohesive and coherent reality as a spirit, mind, and body.

The subconscious mind completely forms and operates the body while forming our basic perceptions and emotional states, without any awareness by the conscious mind of what’s happening or why. The conscious mind is the thinking, talking mind that forms our outer awareness as our waking state, which remains completely unaware of the creative ability of its own subconscious mind which is what’s producing the reality that it then uses to create its “experience” out of by how it interprets it to tell a story about it. As the conscious mind tells a story about the outer reality created by its own subconscious mind, it then forms an association with and gets its “sense of itself” through that experience. The conscious mind is unaware of what the subconscious mind is doing and thinks that it’s in charge of creating its reality through choice and will, and imagines that reality is separate from itself, and something that’s happening “to it”, independently of it, and therefore beyond its control. It has no idea that the “world out there” is a mirror image or direct reflection of the “world in here”, as hidden or unknown aspects of itself that are being projected outward and superimposed on everyone and everything else.

This observable fact as a reality, like any “strange occurrence” that can’t be explained using conventional models, has been largely ignored by the scientific community and psychologists, or has been completely altered by trying to explain it through paradigms that can’t explain it. One of the natural tendencies of the mind is to alter reality by simply perceiving it through its own mental paradigm as a means of attempting to understand (make sense out of and explain) what’s not understandable using its paradigm. What exists outside of our paradigm, we literally can’t comprehend, even though we can observe it. And by trying to explain it using our paradigm, we change it completely and make out to be something entirely different (like us). Our beliefs about what’s real and what’s not, or what’s possible or impossible form the parameters of our mind as self-imposed limitations that prevent us from being able to comprehend and step into whole new aspects of reality. Instead, we become invested in reducing all levels to neatly fit within our ideas about it. Because of this human tendency, Multiple Personalities has been either completely ignored by the scientific community, thrown out as being a fluke or pseudo-science (what we now label everything we can’t explain), or reclassified with terminology (Dissociative Identity Disorder) that reforms it into an acceptable hypothesis that can be explained away through the conventional mindset.

What we now call Multiple Personality Disorder, or what they’ve relabeled and now call “Dissociative Identity Disorder” (because the identity is an outgrowth of the personality), is what has historically been called “possession”. The idea of being “possessed” simply referring to having multiple “spirits” or “entities” possessing the same body. Because this was a strange and mysterious phenomenon, it was considered demonic or somehow evil in nature, and the clergy was called on to perform “exorcisms”, which was the process used to “pull out and remove” the foreign spirit from the body, resuming whatever they considered their “real personality”. But if we simply remove the need to explain what’s happening and simply observe it from more of a factual perspective (that defies explanation), we can clearly see that invisible forces as the mind and soul manifest in the body as its personality, and systematically changes the entire “nature” of the body using the same biological substance and structure causing it to “appear different”. The soul as the mind and some mysterious invisible force is what gives the body its condition and nature, and forms the vehicle for the soul that then creates and expresses through it.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor     

 

Spiritual DNA, the Soul’s Code, and the Subconscious Mind

 

As humans we have what we can think of as a three-fold nature as three minds operating in one body, which merely acts as the vehicle or instrument of the mind, which not only serves to operate the body, but is also what constructs it and gives it life. The three minds exist on multiple planes and correlate with three-dimensional reality of what we call the material world. The three minds, known as the higher or super-conscious, the lower or subconscious, and the conscious or self-conscious  minds, exist as a single unit or unified field as a vibratory frequency that has dual electromagnetic properties that are self-creating, self-perpetuating, and self-sustaining. The higher mind contains the two lower minds as inherent aspects of its dual nature, that all systematically emerge out of each other as a form of division that’s actually a form of regeneration, or in other words, one aspect births the other aspects as a form of growth process that undergoes a life cycle within the lower material realm.

The higher mind, which exists entirely on a higher parallel dimension in its whole state, descends into the lower material realm through a form of division, much like cellular mitosis which regenerates itself as a growth process while taking on specialized functions within a whole living organism. The higher mind or over-soul impregnates a living cell (embryo) with a form of blueprint as an etheric hologram that’s used for cellular specialization and spatial orientation in constructing the whole organism. This etheric holographic map serves to systematically organize the cellular growth of the living organism that is imbued with the same qualities and characteristics of the parents (higher mind-soul) that acted to create it by infusing an energetic code with Life-Force Energy, multiplying it and growing it out of nothing, through a process of self-regeneration.

The energetic code of the higher mind is a form of spiritual DNA as the soul’s code, and operates according to the same principles as the physical DNA, and together form a vehicle that’s of the same vibratory frequency or nature as the “soul-mind” that inhabits it through resonance and coherence. The soul attracts to and serves to give life to the body that’s of the same frequency, through a form of DNA match that’s comprised of various sorts of memory, which are compatible and ideally suited for each other. Just as our physical DNA has the memory and genetic code to structure the body, giving it distinct characteristics and tendencies, and carrying the memories of the ancestral bloodline, the soul is structured and comprised of memory from multiple lifetimes which are compatible to the ancestral memory of the body, and together, form a complementary and congruent experience of life as the “self”. All of life comes as a result of combinations, which through a process of natural selection (resonance) as dominant and recessive aspects of the same shared characteristics, form a new pattern or formula as a unique combination, which births a new variation, evolving it based on the expression of newly acquired characteristics and tendencies as temperament and disposition.

The higher mind is born into the lower, animal body as the subconscious mind, which contains the self-conscious mind as latent potential and gives birth to it as its offspring through a natural growth and development process. The subconscious mind, which is the aspect of the mind that we share with the animal and plant kingdom (living organisms), operate all the biological processes of our body in an automated and natural fashion, requiring no awareness on our part, and is what gives us our personality as our natural disposition, temperament, tendencies, and style of behaviors. The subconscious mind is passive and receptive in nature, and acts like a sponge to only absorb and imitate what’s around it. All of the formative conditioning which comes through the parents, living situation and conditions, and behavioral dynamics that it’s a functional part of, all serve to activate and bring out certain traits that are apart of both the ancestral memory and the soul memory, and together acts to set the stage for continued development and expression of the active components, while other memory remains dormant as latent potential that’s available to be activated and brought into expression through proper stimulus.

The self-conscious mind is birthed out of our subconscious mind around the age of seven or eight, and becomes predominantly active during adolescence. It’s during this time that we begin separating from our parents and forming our personal identity. Our “identity” (ego) is formed through our ability to begin thinking for ourselves, problem solving, making decisions, and forming an “image” of ourselves that create the experiences that we then use to self-create by how we identify or get a sense of ourselves within our own self-made experiences. The self-conscious mind is fully active and established around the age of twenty eight. We basically develop in four seven year increments, with the first two, birth through 14, establishing our subconscious formative conditioning where we create without any direct awareness as an extension of our family and environment, and 14 to 28, establishing our self-conscious, self-aware mind that’s fully identified with the body (subconscious) that birthed it. The self-conscious mind is imbued with choice and free will in order to actively separate from their parents and become their own person as an individual.

The self-conscious mind which establishes our identification as our body, social status, and lifestyle, is what’s commonly referred to as the ego. Yet ego and identity are actually the same thing, and in spiritual texts, the term ego is often used in place of identity. What, how, and who we become in life, is all about what and who we identify with or resonate and feel a connection to. The people we like and associate with, what type of experiences we create through the choices we make and the reality of those choices that we then “sense ourselves” through, is what forms the basis for the story we begin telling ourselves “about” ourselves that act to shape us as a certain type of person. We’re attracted to and naturally participate not only in certain types of situations and dramas, but also to certain roles within those situations and dramas.

As we become adults we establish our identity as a lifestyle that’s built out of all the components and conditioning that went into making us who we are, all of which originated and became established through predominantly unconscious means. Even when we develop our conscious mind and start becoming self-aware, our subconscious mind and conditioned tendencies are what formed our mental paradigm, perceptual lens, and the thematic story we used as the means of interpreting the events of our life to give them meaning and significance. So all of what we call “self-awareness” originated from our unconscious mind as natural tendencies and perceptual-behavioral patterns that we were already programmed with and continued expressing as a means of creating ourselves. All of our perceptions serve to validate us by justifying whatever it is we need in order to maintain our perspective on things, and to validate, defend and keep telling our story about things. Our story about our life, what happened to us that made us the way we are, about the way people are, and the way the world is, becomes the reality we use as a belief system to create a consistent and congruent experience of life that makes sense to us, and is how we “act on ourselves”, through our own mental perception to create ourselves.

The mind’s tendency to believe in its own illusions as the story born out of its conditioning as a trained mind-set that only utilized certain qualities and characteristics, while others remained latent, and forming their whole sense of self out of this body, these conditions, circumstances, and certain types of situations, is what forms a selective perception from a specific perspective as a self-imposed delusion that never recognizes that their true identity is as the creator of that story and not the effect of the story. When we mistakenly identify with our material circumstances and possessions, we create ourselves as mortal beings whose “self” dies with the body and is annihilated. This identification with the physical body simultaneously creates a fear of death and the tendency to desperately cling to life, without which, we would cease to exist.

The awakening, which forms the basis for rebirth, comes when we are finally able to realize in very clear terms, that we are not the product of our story, helpless to change it, and subject to it, but rather the one creating the story, and creating our “sense of self” by way of our own story about things. Once we become aware of this, we begin simultaneously realizing that we don’t have to tell this story as a means of creating ourselves in life, but we are free to tell whatever story we possess the latent and natural traits, talents, and characteristics for. We can realize the true reality of things, and by experiencing our ability to choose and willfully act out our choices, we can activate our latent potential, and by bringing it out and learning to express it by deliberately employing those aspects and abilities, learn how to tell a new type of story. A story that puts us in control as the author and choreographer of our story, and the main character. We can become whoever we want to be, if we simply realize this and are willing to give up our story about things, which means losing our identity for the brief time it takes to begin reforming it.

We’re all born with a dream for our life that lives inside of us and is known through our desire for it and imagining it as a form of soul memory. Our soul comes into life through the body with an intention for growth of some form, which only comes through utilizing our full potential for creating a certain type of experience through the story that we’re naturally designed to tell. First inwardly, by imagining and dreaming of it, then outwardly through taking action on it and willfully acting it out. All that’s required for actual growth and deliberate self-creation, is our willingness to give up and let go of our current story about things and about our life. Realizing that the only reason we’re attached to our story and don’t want to give it up, or feel that we can’t, is because we’ve built our identity out of it, and in giving it up, we won’t know “who we are”, which can overwhelm us with an extremely insecure and unsure feeling.

Our awakening as our second birth, comes as an identity crisis where whatever we’ve built our life around begins disintegrating, falling apart, no longer working, and going away, leaving us with a kind of “clean slate” to build ourselves anew. In order to build a different structure, you can’t use the same foundation or footprint. You have to completely destroy, tear down, and rework the ground that the new one is going to be built on. You have to have a completely different set of blueprints. This is why very few people actually engage in the true process of transformation and spiritual awakening, because it means completely giving up life as you know it, for an idea that’s largely unknown, obscure, and somewhat frightening. We fear change because we imagine the change is going to be worse instead of better, and we don’t have faith in our ability to actually pull it off. We’re so attached to our material existence that we can’t imagine life without it. Yet, what we often fail to realize is that all of our pain and suffering come from our attachments and addictions to whatever it is that causes us as divine beings to become associated to a mortal existence. Our belief in our mortality forms a tomb as a prison for the soul, inhibiting it from higher forms of expression as the creator of our life story, and who we truly are apart from our material body, possessions, roles and status, and our life circumstances. To shed the ego means to dissolve the “false ego”. To quit forming our identity out of our physical existence, and begin instead identifying and forming a love for the spiritual realm, our higher self, and sensing ourselves out of our divine spiritual soul instead.

Whatever we identify with, we bond ourselves to. By identifying with our material existence, we remain connected and attached to being incarnated in a material body, and we render ourselves (through choice) mortal and temporary in nature, with our “sense of self” dying with our body, instead of as immortal souls who live beyond the body in the true realm of the soul, which is purely spiritual, uninhibited, and eternal in nature. Those who remain identified with and only knowing themselves through their body, dies a thousand deaths, and remains a mortal being within the material realm of pain and suffering, a fate that’s willfully self-determined and a life sentence that’s self-imposed and regulated.

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

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Vibratory Scale, Planes of Existence, and Parallel Dimensions

Vibration is energy that moves and vibrates in a circular, spiraling motion. The spiraling motion of vibration is created from the dual nature of energy known in scientific terms as polarity or electromagnetism, and in spiritual traditions as the feminine and masculine complementary aspects of the same thing. Every living form is composed of essence that’s organized into specialized patterns by opposite yet complementary forces which simultaneously expand and contract, creating a ‘form’ as a stabilized ‘fixed’ system. Opposite aspects of the same force never ‘touch’ or reconcile, and when concentrated, form a spinning motion as a spiral or sphere that revolves around positive and negative poles, or an inner center that expands out to an outer parameter, where it reverses polarity and then contracts back into its center, and repeats this motion as a continuous self-perpetuating cycle, similar to breathing. Through this primary universal principle of Polarity a stable energy field is created and self-maintained for an indefinite period of time.

All living beings are composed of an electromagnetic field that orders and organizes astral substance (essence) into a form of spatial blueprint as an “archetypal matrix” of crystallized light. This form, composed of frozen light, shapes what’s called the “etheric double” or Light-Body (subtle body) used to fashion and animate the physical body as a mirror image that’s reflected down into a lower, more dense plane. All living forms are called into existence and animated with distinct behaviors (dynamic patterns) through the interaction of passive and active “states” which are invisible forces that act “on each other” to stimulate each other, calling them forth in an active state, where they discharge and expressing accumulated energy, and then return to an inactive state, only to be stimulated into and active state again, as a form of back-and-forth, cause and effect, or perpetual motion. What we perceive as an inner and outer reality are actually a continuous field of organized information that’s “polar” in nature. Our inner essence stimulates the same pattern in the outer, activating and calling it forth in an expressive state, and our interaction with complementary aspects in the outer stimulates the corresponding qualities within us, amplifying and escalating them, and together produce a unified experience of the same idea as a joint reality.

While many make the mistake of thinking that vibration is something that exists apart from an “idea as thought”, and contains a pattern that serves to shape thought into imaginary forms somehow inherent in the frequency, vibration actually results from “vitalizing an idea” that’s formed within the faculty of the imagination. The “pattern inherent in vibration” is the “idea” (archetype) formed into a specialized pattern (variation) in the mind based on what attributes and qualities that idea is imbued with which gives it the characteristics it takes on. As we draw an idea into our mind and begin thinking about it we define it with sensory detail into a specialized version that’s correlated with all other ideas that we possess that are of a similar nature. As we shape it with sensory detail into a well-defined idea, it naturally arouses a corresponding emotion as a complementary reaction to our own imagining. We generate emotion internally as a natural response to our own thoughts, and the corresponding emotion becomes the “motivating force” that animates it. We magnetize the idea with our own life-force and it’s set in motion as a “causal force” that produces a corresponding outer “effect”. As we think we’re simultaneously organizing our outer reality to bring us the experience of our own thoughts through our ability to naturally “perceive” them. The “mind” is the “causal principle” which shapes and then calls forth the living reality of it’s own thoughts in order to “experience” them.

What gives the different manifestations of vibration their distinct patterns and qualities are due to differing rates and modes of vibration as “states of mind” that correspond to levels and types of consciousness. This formative quality of vibration that composes the material world and animates all form in a synchronized movement, exists as scales of vibratory frequencies interlaced within a coherent hierarchical structure that forms an accumulative, building affect as a progression. A vibratory scale, like a musical scale, is divided into seven levels or rates and modes of vibration that together form a ‘frequency’ as an octave or whole unit that possesses a certain level and quality of consciousness. What we refer to as “light” (photons) is actually a “carrier wave” (phantom) for electromagnetic forces that contain specific types of information correlated to its frequency. Our mental “frequency” is formed by thoughts that we experienced as a correlated reality and translated into memory, forming a larger pattern as a “holographic model” or paradigm (multidimensional structure) that’s used to consistently generate more thoughts and experiences of the same kind.

As we accumulate experiences that we naturally act to propagate as habitual thought patterns, we simultaneously alter and modify our vibratory frequency. Our “perception of reality” is formed as a projection of our mental paradigm, and in order to “change our outer experience of reality”, we have to evolve and modify our paradigm, which only comes in a gradual fashion by continuously incorporating new ideas that are compatible with existing ones. A vibratory state operates on multiple levels within the same unified whole as the mental, sensory, emotional, and physical aspects, all of which form correspondences with each other as a harmonious inner and outer pattern of the same nature. Whatever frequency a single form exists as an expression or byproduct of, also forms the outer world or reality the form “exists within” as a correspondence, or larger pattern of the same nature. Our outer reality is always providing us with a congruent reflection of our inner reality, because it’s our mind that’s creating and maintaining both. This is expressed with the saying, “our thoughts are made flesh, and walk among us”.

As we increase the rate of vibration, the “mode of consciousness” associated with it changes also. Based on rate or speed of vibration, it moves up or down the vibratory scale as a higher and lower vibration separated only by ‘degrees’ within the same frequency. One scale that’s comprised of seven levels or degrees of the same thing, all exist embedded ‘within’ each other as outgrowths that form a progressive growth process as an accumulative affect. All life proceeds as a growth process where the lower level is completely contained within the full expression on the higher level, and acts as the foundation out of which it grows or multiples in order to reach the next level. This is the same principle that operates as the “kingdoms of Nature” where the mineral kingdom forms the basis out of which the plant kingdom grows and is nourished, and the plant kingdom forms the basis for the animal kingdom, which, although it succeeds it in consciousness is dependent on it for life, and so on. Each step up the scale is a building process that expands, intensifies, and becomes fuller as an interdependent system. When a full scale is accomplished as the full expression of every level simultaneously, it systematically moves (is absorbed into) to a higher scale as the lowest level of that scale, providing the foundation for continued growth and expansion to still higher levels of consciousness, each of which contain within them different levels and types of reality.

Each level as a progressive movement up the scale evolves us to higher and higher levels of consciousness that produce or are accompanied by different levels and types of reality. All development comes as a growth process, where one level provides the foundation necessary for the next to spontaneously emerge out of it. So as we move up a progressive scale as a building, growing, accumulative process of vibrating at higher and faster rates, our consciousness changes in a corresponding fashion as our mental, emotional, and physical state or “condition”. Our “state of mind” naturally translates thoughts as metaphorical patterns into an imaginary inner reality which simultaneously adjusts and regulates our body chemistry and emotional  state and natural behaviors to form an equivalent outer reality that allows us to experience our own mental creation. Our mental state is what makes up both our physical body and our physical environment, which are all formed by the same vibratory rate and mode of consciousness as a plane, realm, or level of reality.

As we move up the scale, increasing our level of consciousness as our vibratory frequency, we move into higher planes of existence. Each plane forms a unique and different type of reality as a parallel dimension that exists within a unified reality as different aspects and degrees of the same overall idea. As we move from one extreme or level to the next as a gradual process of development by integrating and assimilating new information, we change and expand our mental paradigm (vibratory structure of our mind) allowing us to readily see and comprehend things we couldn’t before, and as a result we see the world in a new way, allowing for deeper insights into the hidden power of our own mind. As we gain greater and greater forms of comprehension, we literally act to form new types of reality through our perception of them. All reality constructed as a personal perception and is “subjective” in nature. Reality only truly exists through our ability to perceive it. As our mental paradigm and filters change, our perception changes, and our experience of reality changes accordingly. As our experience of our self and reality changes, we move up a ladder to higher and higher realms, each with new and expanded forms of reality that are more and more inclusive.

We can only move into higher dimensions by growing ourselves through the integration of knowledge that broadens our range of perception as the vibration of that dimension. We only alter our vibration by concentrating thoughts into correlated outer realities where they’re “acquired” as an experience that brings deeper realizations. As we produce experiences of the reality of our thoughts we expand our knowledge through new realizations that form because of them. It’s not enough to simply “imagine ideas” with intensity, you have to act on those ideas which is what sets them in motion as a a “cause” that produces an equivalent “effect”. As we produce a corresponding outer effect, we multiply it, and then reabsorb it in an expanded form, and integrate it into our paradigm as a “memory”, that serves to evolve our paradigm to greater and greater levels of comprehension and understanding of Eternal Truths. By gaining knowledge that’s integrated through practice, we increase our consciousness and vibration, and are absorbed into new and higher realms of reality that are more universal in nature. Our reality always corresponds with and is produced by our vibratory frequency as our dominate thought-patterns. You can’t practice (live out of) the consciousness of a lower vibration (selfishness) and transcend into a higher one. It’s only knowledge that’s brought into practice and obtained through experience that alters our vibration as the mental structure of our mind. The mind is what produces reality, and reality as a type of experience is a direct window into our own mind as a quality and level of existence.

The most basic form of spiritual development, which is the same as mind development, is through daily study of spiritual science as doctrine that provides knowledge of the universal principles as a concept or theory to be used as the basis for daily practice by applying them. Only knowledge that’s lived and absorbed through the experience of it, forming it into a memory as a vibratory pattern, alters the actual “structure” of our mind. Experience of our “self” as reality and the structure of the mind as our paradigm, are all the “same thing”. As we create our experiences by applying universal principles to create in our life, we acquire new knowledge through the realizations that naturally propagate out of our experiences, which are spontaneously integrated to reshape our mind. As we integrate new knowledge acquired through direct experience, we evolve ourselves to more expanded and compassionate ways of perceiving the world. You know when you’ve actually learned (live and earned) something because it becomes a natural part of how you are and what you see and experience in others and the world around you.

We’re all living in a dynamic series of alternate realities as different versions of the same overall reality. Every mind vibrates to a slightly different vibration and sees reality in a unique and diverse way. No two people are ever seeing the same thing, or experiencing it in the same way. Within each level of the hierarchical scale as a plane of existence, there exists an infinite number of possibilities all being played out at the same time. What we call our material world of mass consciousness where everyone is seeing and experiencing the same basic type of reality, is only one dimension and plane of existence out of an infinite number of possibilities that are all coexisting, interlaced, and simultaneously taking place within the same space at the same time, without interfering with each other. In order to access a different level or type of existence, we have to grow or diminish ourselves to the vibration of that level. We only move up the scale by cultivating ourselves to the level of consciousness that partakes in the reality of that dimension. A single dimension is formed by an infinite number of correlated variations as gradients that are all playing out harmoniously within the same overall or greater frequency that governs and determines the nature of that dimension.

Each higher plane contains within it the entire lower plane(s) as a full expression or “whole reality”. The upper plane oversees or “looks down” and sees the lower plane in its entirety. So while ‘in’ the lower plane we have the experience of time taking place as a linear and sequential unfolding of events, that has a past, present, and future, yet from the perspective of the higher plane directly above and parallel to us, everything has already happened, and the lower plane is viewed as a whole reality that’s already fully expressed. In the Kingdom of our Higher Soul (Divine Nature) our life-cycle as a growth process has already been programmed into us as the seed of our karma by the time we’re born into our body, and our life systematically unfolds while we acquire the knowledge we came here to learn through and within the experience of it. In other words, time as we know it, only exists within the plane we’re in because we can’t see it in its entirety as having already happened, or happening all at once, and so we imagine that there’s such a thing as the future which hasn’t taken place yet. Naturally, this realization of law as a hierarchical scale in which the entire lower plane is fully contained in ‘whole form’ within the higher plane, opens up many questions and realizations about the true nature of the soul, of our life purpose and destiny, and to the true significance of choice and free will to create our reality as we go through a linear time-frame of an unknown and seemingly non-created origin.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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Resolving the Imaginary Controversy between Science and Religion

Is God and Nature Different Ideas?

Though science and religion seem posed against each other throughout our modern day society, in ancient societies they actually originated as the same thing. These ideas are now separated only by the onslaught of what we have come to call “religion” and “science”, in terms of how each person perceives what we call a higher power, or the terminology that’s now used to describe the invisible forces that underlie and serve as the substrata for the material world. Both exist as an entirely different paradigm that’s used to view the same outer, material world in different ways, and as a result, create different realities around them as a personal creation and a way of experiencing what is in fact, the same idea.

What we call Spiritual Sciences, like all fields of study, requires an even different paradigm to view the world in a cohesive manner, and while it embraces all ideas that are inherent in both the areas of science and religion, it forms more of a unification of both that form a completely different way of looking at the world in order to see its true nature and significance. Yet, Spiritual Sciences, which can also be thought of as mind, soul, or consciousness science, is the most fundamental science there is that serves to produce or make all the others possible, because the “paradigm” necessary to produce a specialized perception of the world “as” something specific and therefore different, is a product of the mind itself. So all sciences and religions are formed as a personalized conception as a product of the mind, which is what makes feeling, thinking, and imagining possible. In order to form an idea around something that doesn’t come from pure “sensory observation”, we have to form a conceptual reality out of it that “assigns meaning to it”. The meaning we give something creates a personal reality as our story about something, that’s strictly a product of the mind of the individual as a personalization (personalized version) that reshapes it by way of their own mental paradigm. Again, all of which is a product of the mind.

All versions of reality, whether we call them atheist, religious, scientific, pagan, or something else, is the result of the individual paradigm being used to form them as a “believable reality”, even if it’s only believable to the person forming it. Those who form their version of reality out of a different paradigm can’t see the same reality, and therefore it doesn’t exist as “real” for them. Other versions not only can’t be seen, conceptualized, or realized through your model, but they can’t be explained, described, rationalized, or reasoned using your model either. So an argument, which is really one mental concept or “model of the world” pent against another is a meaningless conversation with no satisfactory resolution, that usually fails to realize in the most basic sense that what you’re really talking about is what we call common terminology. All terms, such as God, mind, science, the universe, and so on, are more like symbols and metaphors meant to represent and idea that have a different meaning for everyone that uses them. And while one may feel that their contrasting evidence that disproves the other is blatant and easy to see, in fact, to the other person, who’s operating out of a different model, it seems irrational, unreasonable, and makes no sense at all. This is often because both parties fail to recognize the most fundamental law of all that they both share in common, which is what allows them to have diverse and contrasting perceptions of the same idea, and that is their “mind as a mental paradigm” or structured model that is literally producing their perception of reality.

A Spiritual Scientist walks between worlds and sees life, not as one or the other, but as a magical unified reality that holds and supports an infinite number of variations as personalized versions of a metaphorical or symbolic idea. While many are oriented within the material plane looking out, and imagine the spiritual world of invisible ideas to be symbolic of the material, the fact is, when oriented from the perspective of the spiritual (energetic) plane of cause, the material is symbolic of the spiritual, and can be interpreted in an infinite number of ways to form different versions of the same basic idea. There is no such thing as right and wrong in the ultimate sense, there’s only one version and another version, both of which are right and real to the person creating it, and come strictly as a product of their mental model which is what forms their perception of the outer reality in terms of how it “appears” to them. How things appear to us come through our perceptual lens as a filtering mechanism that activates and pull out some aspects, while deactivating and moving to the background other aspects, reformulating it to take on a novel and unique version as one possibility out of an infinite number of possibilities.

I often get asked if I “believe in God”, which many see as the defining question that puts me on one side of the fence or the other, and I never really know how to answer that question in a way that will be comprehensible to the person asking. I usually say something like, “well ya, but what you’re calling God and what I see as God are probably entirely different things, so my answer to that question probably won’t make sense to you, because my model doesn’t support that type of question in a meaningful way, and can’t be used to validate and prove the idea one way or the other”. I find the question itself a bit confusing, because that type of question isn’t even a thought process in my mind. I don’t have a “this or that” mentality that pledges allegiance to one extreme over the other, but rather see both extremes as existing simultaneously in relationship to each other as the contrast necessary to define one or the other, and see both as being different perspectives on what ultimately exists as the same thing.

All of life exists as a divine paradox, and all personalized versions of reality arise out of this paradox as one way of looking at it, and form a unique experience of an archetypal or universal idea. So to me, in my paradigm and way of seeing the world, science and God are different aspects of the same idea, and do not exist a part from each other or where one serves to disprove the other. All of what we call Nature or the material world exists as the creation of the mind that perceives it. Perception itself of an “outer world” is only possible through the mind as an invisible field of information that’s doing the perceiving, and has the ability to separate one from the other in a way that makes sense to them. Science, when looked at from a certain perspective is the realization of the mind of God, and is how we explore and come to realize God through It’s expression and creation of the material world. Science is what proves and demonstrates God as the Laws that underlie and govern the entire material world. There’s no such thing as one existing apart from the other, because they’re the same thing, varying only by degrees as an energetic state or vibratory frequency.

The division of God from the material world, or religion and science, is a man-made concept that poses one extreme of the same idea against them other. What we now call religion, formed the idea of God as a monotheistic idea that’s presented and perceived as an “entity” that lives a part from Its own creation – “out there” somewhere that we pray too – and sees the study of the Natural world that we live in as separate and different from God, and therefore the sects that supposedly “worshiped nature” are called “atheists”. And those who perceived or connected with God “through Nature”, are called Pagans. Yet, in another way, it’s the religious sects that may be viewed as true atheists and pagans, because they have formed an idea about God as a person, image, or idol that’s separate from the natural world as God’s very own creation, all without seeming to realize that what makes their perception possible, is their mind. The mind is a field of vibrating energy as information and intelligence that shapes how we perceive and experience the world that’s comprised of a set of Laws, and like all Laws exists and operates on different levels and scales, and what we call the material world exists within the Universal Mind that’s dreaming it, just like we are.

So to ask a scientist if they believe in God, is a meaningless question, because it’s based on a false or incredibly diverse idea of what we mean by the word “God”. It’s a question that only arises out of the mind (paradigm) that’s asking it, and in the very mind also that has the answer to the question that it deems appropriate or meaningful, and therefore “factual”, right, or true. And the scientist responding to the question, who usually has an entirely different take on the idea of what “God” means, forms an answer from their paradigm and perspective that seems entirely different or that doesn’t perceive Nature as God, and they conduct a controversial conversation “as if” they’re talking about the same idea. Usually without ever realizing they both exist in and live out of very different realities that are virtually incomprehensible from the others perspective.

I have made the comment that I’m spiritual, but not the least bit religious, and some know exactly how I mean this, while others find it confusing. And of course I decline having to explain it, because just the fact that I have to explain it tells me we have entirely different paradigms, and the whole basis of the conversation usually amounts to more of an argument and kind of “show down” that has no real meaning whatsoever. Because no matter how we look at something, it’s “real for us”, and therefore our “truth” about the idea as a personal creation, and that’s the way it’s supposed to be. I have nothing to prove, no need to be right (or make someone else wrong), no need to convince, or argue to defend. Because I understand, fully observe and acknowledge that everyone is operating out of their own mental paradigm, and is forming a unique version of the same idea, all of which creates how they experience the same idea to form a personalized version of it. Their version is naturally going to differ from mine, and the only actual or absolute truth that’s involved in either one, is the Law of the Mind Itself which is what’s producing our perception of reality. Truth doesn’t exist as an idea or material reality, but rather as the Universal Laws that are what’s creating them.

By acknowledging the most fundamental Laws of the Universe we’re acknowledging truth itself which fully supports all the infinite varieties as perceptions of reality that arise spontaneously out of it that are real and convincing to everyone producing an experience of reality. So to argue to defend a perspective is foolish and ultimately meaningless, because you’re failing to acknowledge and form awareness around the “Law of the Mind” as a mental paradigm that’s systematically producing it. Every single individual is producing a unique version of the same outer reality, and interprets, what is in fact an archetypal idea, in a novel and different way. No one reality is more right or true than the other, and in a sense all are illusions of our own making that when we invest in them, or proclaim them to be accurate and real, become delusions.

It’s only by changing our paradigm that we change how our outer reality appears to us. How things appear, what meaning and significance they have for us is a projection of our own mind that reorganizes everything outside of us to be of the same constitution and composition as our mental paradigm. By changing our mind, integrating and assimilating new information as ideas that serve to modify it, we simultaneously view and experience reality in a different way, seeing and able to experience things we couldn’t before. The reason we can’t see another person’s perspective and take on something, is because their mind is comprised of different information than ours and causes them to see life in a different way than we do. It doesn’t make them wrong and us right, it simply makes their experience of what we call reality different from ours. As we learn (live and earn), new ideas as the acquisition of new information that we integrate (willingly accept into) our mind that “updates it”, reforming its informational structure, we literally change the reality we live in, and can readily perceive it as real and a part of both the inner and outer reality of the mind.

Again, the only thing being right, true, and actually real, is the Laws governing the mind of the individual in producing their perspective and experience as real and true. Truth itself exists as both relative and absolute. What’s true for one person may not be true at all for another. What was true for us as a child, and formed our experience of reality, may not be true at all for us as mature adults. But it doesn’t make it “not true” because we now see things in a different light, because it came as the result of learning and growing, and served our evolution at the time. What we hold as true and therefore real today, may not be true at all in a few years, but it’s very much true for us at this moment, and in terms of how we see life. The only real truth being the Laws themselves that grow and expand our mind through the incorporation of knowledge that then becomes part of our reality. Absolute truth isn’t an individual perception as a part of reality, but the laws themselves that serve to structure the mind that’s doing the perceiving.

So to ask a religious person (meaning their reality is formed out of concepts used in a particular religion) if they believe in science, which is formed out of entirely different ideas as a type of information, can be a fruitless question that makes the false assumption that they’re talking about the same thing. Likewise, to ask a scientist if they believe in God, which indicates that there’s a difference between science and God, may be a contradictory idea, because the reality of both arise out of and can only be explained and verified by the model that’s producing them, and can’t be used in a meaningful way to answer questions that are foreign to its way of thinking. The truth is, there’s “no fence” to take one side or the other, there’s only the mind of the individual that’s producing the perception of “one or the other”. In fact, both ideas of religion and science are simply different perspectives and subjective realities of the same objective, neutral reality that only sees within that same shared natural environment what matches and can be adequately explained and described, and therefore made real, using its paradigm.

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

Integrative Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

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