Learning how to look at your Diet with New Spiritual Awareness

        I won’t even attempt to approach this idea from the typical angle of scientific studies and conditioned mindsets born out of supposed conventional education regarding nutritional value of foods, but rather from the perspective of understanding energy and the natural laws that govern it. Most studies presented to the public nowadays come as more of an educated opinion created by the food and pharmaceutical companies, or that have read and are regurgitating whatever ideas are currently considered popular and widely accepted within various communities. When we don’t really know how to tell truth from fiction, even the decisions made with the best of intentions can bear unremarkable, unexpected, or even disastrous results.

       All of what we can call “true wisdom” doesn’t come from opinions and individual perspectives of some kind that’s designed to sway you in one direction or another, but rather from a basic understanding of universal laws, which apply to every single aspect of the phenomenal world, and are always true in terms of understanding the fundamental nature of things and how they operate. Universal laws demonstrate the relationship that naturally exists between consciousness, energy, and matter. All reality is formed by multiple planes that all work together to form what we perceive as a single plane that are correlated with each other through a dynamic and interactive series of correspondences. All spiritual wisdom, without exception, is the practical understanding of how laws operate within all planes of existence to produce a material form of a certain nature and kind. We now know for a fact (scientifically) that all material objects are coupled with an energetic field that acts as its “double or mirror image” (polar opposite) in terms of how properties are organized into a coherent pattern and what appearance and activities it takes on naturally as a result.

       The only real way to look at the true nature of any kind of “food”, is through an understanding of how these law operate to produce its energetic and chemical constitution. The energy in our food is what works to likewise produce our energetic and chemical constitution in consuming, breaking down, assimilating, and utilizing it where it becomes an essential part of us. All matter as we know it is produced or “grown” from mysterious invisible forces that act to organize various combinations of elements to produce cells which then begin systematically replicating and differentiating to produce a whole plant or being. All genetic information used to construct something comes as pairs of opposites that are combined to form sequences through a process of “natural selection”. What’s selected and what’s not is determined by the Life-force energy that acts to form it into a specific type of structure that vibrates at a certain rate, making the form ideal for absorbing (resonating with) and utilizing specific types of complementary energies available in its immediate environment.

Life-force energy of plants

       The Life-force energy is what acts to animate a seed of a specific species causing it to begin growing while organizing its physical structure and thereby determining what type and kind it becomes. A seed is produced as a combination of information (genetics) obtained from the parents (male and female) who share complementary information as the means of producing the genetic information inherent in the seed as its potential for growth and development. Most of the energy that governs the material plane is electromagnetic in nature as both active and passive qualities that together form a functional third as their offspring.

       The essence of a seed can be thought of as the “soul” of the plant. The soul is the etheric double as an energetic blueprint used to organize the information contained within the DNA into a specialized pattern of a specific nature. This sequenced genetic information determines how it forms and what it acts to naturally “absorb” from the atmosphere, soil, water, and various forms of consciousness that exists in near proximity to it. These elements naturally make up what’s referred to in Spiritual Sciences as the “4 Elements of the material world”, out of which all beings of the Earth are formed into specialized patterns by the Life-Force energy that activates, holds it together, and animates it.

Life-force energy of plants

        All essence is the energies that give life to an entity and forms its nature as a vibratory frequency. The material form of a thing has no life unless it’s “ensouled” by a living force that serves to grow and determine it. As information comes to life and begins absorbing and organizing Elements into a living being, it forms a structure out of coalesced light that acts as a form of empty shell or neutral body for the Life-Force to concentrate and express certain qualities. This shell that’s constructed out of primal intelligence (instinct) and Life-force energy acts as a kind of neutral housing for accumulating energies and determines what elements it acts to naturally resonate with, and thereby absorb and assimilate that are inherent in the space (astral field) around it. Everything in the material and energetic sense of formation are based on vibration, resonance, sympathetic induction, and coherence as a harmonic unification based on a constant process of regeneration that utilizes new variations of the same type of energies in order to continue constructing itself.

       Whatever we use to get energy from, we use to form our energetic constitution to be of the same nature, evolving it to different states of the same basic type and kind. The same kind of plant, for example, grown in different soil and climate, will have different chemical properties based on the combinations formed from what nutriments it naturally acts to absorb from the soil, air, and water it’s growing in. A certain type of plant will absorb certain chemical nutriments, while a different plant will absorb a different array of properties. This forms the basis for agricultural practice of compatible planting and crop rotation, as well as allowing periods of rest in order for the soil to rejuvenate after being depleted of certain nutriments. All forms of nourishment as the plants essence and active properties are ultimately obtained from the natural elements available to it that it uses to construct itself, and the energy it obtains from the stars (sun) that causes minerals and metals to grow that act to refortify the Earth.

       All material forms can therefore be seen and understood as simply being containers for the vital energies they house. The outside appearance and constitution of a material object or being simply allows us to identify what type of energy it contains. A plant is “killed” and considered dead when its physical constitution has been altered to the point where it’s no longer an appropriate container for the Life-force energy to inhabit and express through. Plants aren’t killed by picking their fruits or even pulling them out of the ground by their roots, and will continue to mature and ripen through live enzymes and active properties. While we have a tendency to think that death is something that happens instantaneously, in fact, it’s actually a gradual process that usually happens over a period of a couple of days. The etheric body or energetic double of a living being lingers for a period time intact before it begins disintegrating and returning back into the original elements that formed it.

       When a plant is cooked at high temperatures, or refined by changing its energetic and chemical composition, it releases its life-giving energies, and they’re no longer available by eating or drinking them. What this means is that their nutritional value is significantly reduced or eliminated altogether, making it a “dead food source”. In other words there’s no energy to be obtained from it. This is why most processed foods are “fortified” by adding certain vitamins and minerals, which are of course synthetic in nature, meaning they’re also highly processed and contain no “actual” nutritional value that can be assimilated and utilized by your body. Our body needs the full array of the chemical properties naturally present in food in order to be able to utilize it as fuel.

Whole Foods – the Complementary Nature of Passive and Active Properties

       Another huge form of ignorance that’s prevalent in our modern concept of nutrition and health is that we typically think that only what we call the “active properties” or ingredients are important or meaningful. Yet the entire material world and all forms of growth, regeneration, and the means for forming our material substance is based on both active and passive (masculine and feminine) properties that are complementary to each other and work in relationship with each other to form both our inner essence and physical health, both of which are analogous to each other. The passive components are necessary in order to break down and fully utilize the active ones. It’s the passive components of the food we eat that stimulate the active ones in our body, which then produces its own nutrition. We don’t necessarily need to get nutrition in its full form from our food, but rather the proper ingredients that our body needs to produce its own. For example, we don’t need to eat protein in its whole, already made form; we simply need to get the necessary amino acids for our body to make proteins. Science is only now beginning to understand the importance of what they call micro-nutrients, enzymes, pigments, and so on, in helping to properly assimilate and utilize the full nutrition available in a plant.

       Once we become aware of the importance of eating whole, natural and organically grown foods as the means of not only acquiring their energetic essence, but also in being able to fully utilize it once acquired, we can begin using this knowledge to not only intelligently select what we eat, but also in how we go about preparing it. All of what we call “processing” comes by how it’s prepared. Much of the problem we’re now facing is not just in the constitution of the food itself, but also how it’s prepared, or what happens when we “process and refine” food, often completely changing its chemical composition and releasing all of its Life-force energy, killing it.

The Benefits of Eating Live Food

       Whenever we’re talking about the energy in food, we have to look at the entire process undertaken to raise it, and the environment and method in which it was grown. We acquire our energy as nutriments from whatever food we eat and drink. As we consume it, we break-down the physical structure of the shell itself, releasing the Life-force energy contained within it, which we then use to fuel our own biological activities and regenerate our molecular structure to be of the same type of energy, and as a result produce the same type of energetic condition as our mental, emotional, and physical health. Like always begets more of what’s like itself. In processed foods its structure has already been altered and the life-giving energy released from it. It becomes what we can think of as “dead food”, which means it has no energetic value and contains only remnants of the physical properties still inherent in its substance.

Preparation Alters Energetic/Molecular Structure

       Along with the various methods used to prepare processed foods, we also have to look at how we’re being taught to prepare foods through various cooking methods. I’m not going to enter the debate on how it affects what we call the “actual nutritional value”, because of course none of us really know for sure, but only consider the energetic aspect as the “Life-force contained within the food” which is what actually determines its nutritional value in terms of assimilation and the fuel it provides by releasing the energy contained within it. Energy is what acts to produce the electrical impulses that activate natural biological processes within the body and is what determines how it’s overall condition and how it functions as a correlation. 

       This idea is very easy to understand for anyone who has taken basic chemistry or biology in school and for those who are educated in occult sciences and realize that all transformation is achieved through the element of “fire” (heat). As we heat up any physical substance, we begin systematically altering its chemical make-up. The greater and more direct the heat, the more pronounced its transmutation. Once the physical structure that houses the energy of a substance is altered to a certain degree, it’s no longer appropriate for housing the energy that grew, organized, and formed it. As the structure of an object is altered, the Life-force energy is discharged and released, and the food itself becomes lifeless. This means it no longer possesses any life-giving energy, and only contains dead remnants (etheric substance) of the energy it was once infused with.

       Anytime we kill food as the means of eating it, it acts likewise to kill us by failing to re-energize us with electromagnetic properties and introduces instead a form of toxic substance. Processed foods and those prepared by way of certain methods are the leading cause of illness, disease, and cancers within our modern day society. This is self-evident by the fact that when life leaves a substance, there’s no longer any activity and the Life-force that was organizing and “holding it together” ceases (leaves it), causing it to begin disintegrating and putrefying. It begins rotting and decaying and will make you sick if you eat it. This is why processed foods are sterilized through cooking methods and ad so many chemical preservatives and flavor enhancers just to keep it looking and tasting like real food.

       Food that’s cooked at high temperatures discharges all of the energy the food contains and the chemical components that make up its constitution are likewise altered. Foods that are “steamed” and softened through indirect heat at a lower temperature, may not actually kill the food, but still alters its outer structure and inner chemical composition, which is why as it softens it also tastes different. Cooking at just about any temperature kills live enzymes and other chemical properties necessary to efficiently break-down, utilize and assimilate the nutriments still contained in the food. Different properties are altered at different rates based on the type, degree, and direct contact of the heat. Food that boiled at high temperature for a long period of time, discharge the Life-force energies and contain no live enzymes and very few actual nutrients. Animal foods that contain high amounts of fat are rendered toxic through searing, charbroiling, and frying.

Microwaving processed food in plastic container

Microwaving Food

       Microwave ovens are not only hazardous to use in terms of the propagation of the waves themselves and the outer exposure, but also in terms of “how they cook food”. Unlike convention stove top methods of cooking, a microwave heats food from the “inside out” rather than from the outside in. As the microwave heats the food internally it “shatters” (explodes) the cells of the food, releasing all life-giving energy while simultaneously infusing it with radiation. We end up with dead food of very little nutritional value that’s a radioactive substance that we then consume and use to energetically fortify our energetic body and molecular structure.     

       This problem is further compounded by the fact that most “microwaveable foods” are highly processed and loaded with unnatural chemicals, and usually cooked in plastic containers. In this case we’re starting with food that’s already void of life-energies and of very little nutritional value, loaded with synthetic chemicals, which are also saturated with chemical contaminants of the plastic containers, and turned into a radioactive dead substance. Plastics, which are synthetic themselves, are loaded with toxic chemicals, some of which imitate hormones and are endocrine blockers that also “leak” their chemical toxins into the food through temperature inversions, especially heat. But like most things, we continue to eat them due to ignorance about what’s happening, because it tastes good (flavor enhancers), and of course they’re cheap, easy, and convenient.

Animal Products – Recycled Energy

       Animals that we eat as food are usually mammals, avian, and fish of some kind, which are of a similar nature to us biologically, and metabolize food in much the same way we do. They also have endocrine systems that regulate all physical processes and mental states through chemical messengers known as hormones. Hormones are produced a number of ways, but most notably through events and the experiences they bring that alter their state in order for them to react in the most appropriate and beneficial way possible in order to “preserve their life”. All animals share the subconscious aspect of the mind with us, whose main motive is “self-preservation”, and are emotionally driven to produce instinctual (automatic) behaviors as a means of survival.

Cows raised in filthy crowded conditions – most of this is their own dung

       Hormones are produced from electrical impulses received and interpreted by the subtle energy centers of the body (chakras) that in turn act to regulate the endocrine system as the means of instantly altering their “state” to produce a natural way of behaving and functioning. Whatever energies are active and expressing in the atmosphere around them are absorbed, decoded, and converted into proper electrical signals that run through their nervous system and serve to operate all major systems of the body in a coordinated fashion. Energetic essences are constantly being produced and transmitted through the air where they become an unconscious stimulus that’s designed to produce an appropriate action of some sort that doesn’t require realization of any kind, the need to think about it, or make any actual decisions as to what to do. All chemical messengers as hormones are circulated throughout the body through the blood stream. The blood of any being (which is comparable chlorophyll in plants) contains its “essence” as all the accumulated energies it acts to naturally absorb from its environment and successfully integrate, and is the “energetic summation” of all of its life experiences.

       Animals are “sentient beings” that possess a certain level and type of consciousness, and are self-preserving in terms of “clinging to life”. This Is self-evident by the fact that when an animal is being killed, or feels its life is threatened in some way, it “freaks out” and does everything in its power to get away and escape it, or fight for its life just like we do. As they begin panicking, their whole system is saturated with hormones that instinctively produce the “fight or flight response”. Their blood chemistry and muscles are “infused” with the energies that produce a feeling of stress and fear in us. As fear sets in all blood flow is slowed down to the brain and major organs and is redirected to the muscles in order to run or fight, and so the “meat” of the animal, which is primarily the muscle, is infused with these type of hormones and act to produce that same mental and emotional state in us by eating it. As we consume the flesh of animals, we’re consuming their blood and all the chemistry of their experiences, which produce the same kind of “mental state and natural behaviors” in us. Our modern western society is currently being grossly overtaken with chronic forms of stress, fear, and anxiety from a seemingly “unknown” source.   

Chickens getting ready to be dropped in boiling water to de-feather them – some are still alive when this happens

       In a similar fashion, animals that are deprived of “quality of life” and confined to an environment that causes them to feel pain, suffer emotionally, and live in a chronic state of poor health, produce a “product of the same nature”. Our food supply has moved to an “industrialized” organization that’s brutal in the most basic sense of the idea and raises animals in a form of assembly-line process of mass production that turns out a product of extremely low quality. Animals are not only mass produced in small facilities where they live in crowded and often filthy conditions, but are then pumped full of growth hormones to mature and fatten them up in a fraction of the time it normally takes, then pumped full of antibiotics to keep infection and disease at a minimum long enough to slaughter them. The method used for killing them is usually inhumane and causes them to experience terror. Their entire life, which is often only a few months, is spent in an environment that causes depression, fear, stress, and anxiety while in a bacteria infested pin, yard, or warehouse where they’re often further abused by the people caring for them. Some never even experience the feeling of sunlight on their body or roaming freely in a grassy countryside. All because we take an attitude that their only purpose in life is to be food for us.

Cow being killed with a sledge hammer to the head

       Our modern day society is currently plagued with not only physical ailments and cancers, but also mental and emotional “conditions” whose causes have yet to be accurately identified. Depression, which is usually formed from a constant form of anxiety without an obvious reason, is currently an epidemic in the western world where meat is being produced in an industrialized fashion and has become our main staple diet. Many people have been trained to eat meat at every meal. All energy, which is a form of consciousness, comes through a basic process of photosynthesis in plants as a direct form of a neutral-like essence, that’s then eaten and metabolized by animals and people. Plants don’t have the same animal-mammalian body as we do, and don’t produce hormones as emotional states that “give us” the same “type of experiences”.

Chicken farm where chickens are harvested in a matter of a few months after being injected with growth hormones

       Plants grow out of the mineral kingdom, and animals eat plants, converting the raw energy contained within them into blood chemistry as a form of interpretation, that people (who are animals also) then eat, acquiring energy of the sun that has been transmuted to include mental and emotional states that affect them in the same manner. As a basic rule, whatever we consume, absorb, and take in, whether energy, air, water, or food, and we integrate in order to energize and build our substance out of, we become like in nature. By eating only live plant food that doesn’t contain blood, we acquire a direct source of energy that optimizes the fuel of our whole system, energizing us without altering our mood and setting the premise for how we behave.

 Energy as Vibration

      The most fundamental law that governs all of life is the Law of Vibration. Every single thing and being vibrates at a certain rate and mode that has a specialized pattern as a structuring mechanism for organizing all the elements available to it into a similar life form. Whatever we consume and become one with in essence, we become like in nature, and act to not only produce the same type of mental state with as a certain type of perception and experience, but also take on the same type of emotions and behaviors. All behaviors are emotionally driven at an unconscious level. How we feel determines how we think and act. Because all of this happens at the energetic, unconscious level, we often don’t intuitively make the connection and realize what’s actually happening. The process of cause and effect that we’re constantly engaged in can completely elude us in the most ordinary sense, because the effect takes time to accumulate to the point where it manifests as an actual condition of some kind. All things are built up through an accumulative process of energetic acquisition that eventually alters our physical health.

The Process of Regeneration

       Our body regenerates itself structurally within different times frames, and we have a completely new body, bones (most dense) and all, every seven years. Because of this it can take several years of accumulating the same energies for illness, disease, and cancers to develop. Many people who don’t necessarily manifest specific physical diseases due to their diet, still suffer from poor mental and emotional health through various forms of depressions, stress, chronic anxiety, feelings of hopelessness, lack of motivation to change their life and habits, and by maintaining negative and destructive emotional states and attitudes.

       Energy is primal in nature, which means it initiates the process that forms a series of correspondences as a chain-of-association that produces an equal or greater effect mentally, emotionally, and physically. This chain reaction is an energetic flow that moves both ways as a form of infinity that both descends and ascends simultaneously. Just as our mental state produces emotions of the same nature, which motivate all of our behaviors and activities, what we take in and become one with in our environment, likewise affects our emotional state which then drives and determines our thoughts. Whatever we think about and how we feel as a result, are directly correlated to each other.

       As creative beings we’re bestowed with self-awareness and the ability to realize truth through intuitive realizations of various sorts. These realizations provide us with the means for making calculated decisions that act to direct all of our activities. We’re always the one producing our health by what we choose to eat, drink, and associate with. We can’t use the excuse that we didn’t know any better and are therefore not responsible for what we create, or claim to not “deserve” what happens to us that were actually self-induced and willfully undertaken.

       Our ability to make informed and intelligent decisions isn’t based on who else’s opinion we accept as fact and therefore adopt as our own, but rather through our ability to understand the Natural Laws at work in any situation that provides us with the truth that’s not always outwardly apparent and equips us with the proper means for creating ourselves with a sense of awareness and intention. In fact (not theory), there’s no such things as universal injustice or being a victim to others, because everything we do to ourselves comes as a demonstration of our true knowledge and awareness, and comes through the volition of our own decisions and the actions that result from them. We are all bestowed with the higher creative capacity of choice and will and it’s up to us to care enough to seek out the knowledge it takes to make what we deem “good decisions”. It doesn’t matter so much if we’re right or wrong in our decisions, but rather that they’re truly “our decisions” and not made for us by another. The only point in life is to learn how to create ourselves through our higher capacities of realization, choice, and free will to be an individual of our own making.  

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

The Chakra System Provides us with a Model for Using our Mind to Heal our Body

The Chakra system of the subtle body gives us a “model for creating” from a dual perspective as the movement of energy that’s both descending as spirit into matter, and matter ascending back into spirit. The creative process works from both angles because it’s the continuous flow of the same thing. When energy as vibration is descending from a higher plane, it comes in a unified form that divides and propagates as aspects of itself that form stages of development as a kind of growth process of an idea becoming a material form and reality. There are no “individual or independent” operations slated to each chakra as many believe, but rather a unified idea that steadily takes on physical properties and becomes something specific as an actual material reality. It’s the system through which an idea manifests as an equivalent physical correspondence or analogy. What originates as an archetype or “ideal” is a form of prototype or general template as more of a theme, which holds the infinite potential of that idea as a wave-form (crown chakra has a thousand petals), enters into the individual mind and body system, where a form of natural selection takes place that accesses certain aspects of potential that correlate with it, and through a series of interference patterns as a process of adaptation based on the unique relationship that thematic idea forms with the individual character that’s acting as a vehicle for it to come into an actual form of expression, it’s modified, and the wave is “collapsed” around one possibility (limitation is imposed), which is brought into expression to produce the reality as its physical form. The crown chakra is where the idea, which has already penetrated and been absorbed and inducted into the mind as the subtle energy field that surrounds and in-forms the body, as a “whole idea” that contains all aspects required for creating in a unified manner, enters the body.  It’s received into the 3rd-Eye of the sixth chakra as an inspired vision or imagined reality (similar to a memory) that has both optical and audio properties (6th chakra is represented as two petals). It comes as an imagined thought that’s accompanied by an inner voice. As the voice speaks a vision is formed as the meaning of the words spoken as a material reality. This inner voice (5th chakra) and imagined reality becomes the basis of what we call “thought”, which when beheld and dwelled in, forms feelings as sensations as it descends into the heart center. These feeling sensations of the imagined idea act as a form of vibratory programming for the subconscious mind of the body, and is what “connects us” to that same type of reality in everything around us in the material world of formation.

       The potential reality as an imagined, sensory and life-like reality produces emotion as the chemistry of the body as it descends into the solar plexus, which adjusts the biological body to the same “state” (vibratory quality) as the idea. The emotions are produced as a reaction to our visual thoughts, and unlike the feelings of the heart that are felt both inside and out as a connection to the material world outside of us, emotions are felt with intensity within the body as a strong stimulation that’s arousing and brings the body into an active state in response to the thought. This strong arousal and pronounced activity within the body takes place as the emotion enters the sexual-generative center of the second chakra, which is creative in nature, and what produces action as behaviors of some form as it enters the root chakra, and acts to bring the idea into expression as an experience by producing an effect as the reality of the thought. Once an idea is acted on, it steadily manifests as not only our inner reality, but also our outer reality. This is how ideas become rooted in reality as the personal creation of those who serve as the vehicle and conduit for actualizing them. Because this process begins in the brain, the point in the body where ideas are received in full sensory terms, then broken down and distributed to the body itself for manifesting, the brain is attributed as being what “generates” the ideas as a primal form of consciousness. Yet all material form only acts as a passive receptor and instrument for consciousness, which operates it by informing, instructing, and animating it. Consciousness, like everything else that emerges from it, is dual in nature as both a passive and active component. Matter is the passive aspect of consciousness that acts as a form of “shell” or dead form for spirit to inhabit and give life to as a “living being” with a personality and subconscious mind. So the body is the means through which creation takes place as the active expression of consciousness (the Soul). This same process as an infinite flow of energy that forms a kind of “feedback loop”, which allows the soul to witness its own creation, takes place through a form of reverse engineering. In the ascending flow of energy from the lower to the higher mind, a behavior or action of some kind arouses and stimulates us with a strong emotion, which then produces a feeling sensation as a form of reflection that activates a memory as a visual and verbal idea that provides an “automatic pattern” for creating as a reality. In this orientation and movement, the emotion and feeling produce the imagined thought, instead of the imagined thought producing the emotion and behavior. One originates as a conscious and willful movement, the other originates as an unconscious and automatic movement. Both are equally creative in nature and serve as correspondences to each other because our thoughts are what create the programs as memory of the subconscious mind. These programs habituate us to emotions that keep us in an aroused state, forming the basis for what affects us and causes an automatic, knee-jerk reaction as an emotional charge that makes us go unconscious and act in an automatic, thoughtless fashion.

       All of our reactions, ultimately, come as the result of how we’ve consistently programmed ourselves over a period of time with our own thoughts that formed our memories as a product of our conditioning. Our memories are formed by how we interpreted events through emotional perceptions as the reality we formed around them based on what we told ourselves about them that gave them the meaning they have. All things only mean what we make them mean by the story we tell ourselves about them. This process of feelings that are received from the environment that act to prompt an emotion as an active arousal, which in turn produces an automatic behavior, is how the instinctual realm of the plant and animal kingdom operate. When we bypass the intellectual capacity as the ability to reason, discriminate, and form our own interpretations as a function of the conscious mind, and live instead out of emotions that form illusions as memories that produce automatic behaviors in us, we live in much the same manner as an animal out of a primarily unconscious state. The intelligent capacities of the Higher, creative Mind, represented by the three upper chakras (voice, vision, idea, and will), has the ability to work through, direct, and ultimately program the lower, subconscious mind of the body, represented by the four lower chakras, all of which are physical in nature, and more specifically the lower three, with the fourth  heart chakra being what bridges and acts as a pathway between the higher and lower planes, and the inner and outer of the material plane. Information is received from the higher plane of archetypal ideas as original thought from the crown and head, forming a vertical motion of up and down, whereas information from the “same plane” (material plane), is received through the heart, and forms a horizontal , as a back and forth, inner and outer movement. When we only live out of our feelings and emotions, stimulated from outer events, others, or in response to thinking as memories of some form, we bypass the intellectual capacity and live out of an unconscious, auto-pilot state of being controlled and determined in much the same way a puppet is operated by a series of strings, or in a remote control fashion, with others constantly being in control of the remote.

        The model laid out as a creative process by the chakra system as a hierarchical structure, provides us with the key and method for employing to work in a conscious and deliberate manner with our own subconscious mind and body to alter and transform our physical body and reality. The subconscious mind doesn’t have the ability to generate and produce reality as an “original creation”, but relies instead on memory which it uses as the basis for creating more realities of the same nature and kind. A memory acts as a preformed pattern or theme that’s used as a template to produce fractal patterns of the same nature as a replication or consistent type of story that produces the same type of experiences over and over, varied only by the uniqueness of the circumstances, situations, and relationships being used to create them. It simply plays out the same ideas over and over in a habitual manner, and produces and maintains the condition of the body as its equivalent and of the same nature and condition. Whatever story we tell ourselves about our self and life, we become in form. Our mental paradigm is what produces all of our perceptions, which is an interpretation that we use to create our experiences that then determines how we behave, and simply acts in all situations to generate more of it self. It’s only modified from its habitual tendencies through the introduction of an original idea, that’s delivered in its original state as an imagined reality and inner voice, that “gives it” a pre-made idea as a virtual memory that it can use in place of an actual memory to produce the reality of the idea by “becoming it” in body and actions. In this same fashion, the subconscious of the body, often referred to as the heart, can be given direction on what and how to manifest based on visualization of the process desired as a reality and by talking to it, explaining the process and how it works, and how it’s going to benefit from it. A sense of pleasure and positive emotion needs to be connected to the idea as what the reality will naturally produce. Thought as an idea (replicates a memory) must be translated into the feeling and emotion that’s the equivalent of the idea because it’s what actually produces the behavior or motivation (arousal) of the subconscious. Emotion is the motivating force as the chemistry of the body that forms all of its biological processes. Emotion comes as the stimulation of the Endocrine glands – the master of which is the Pineal and Pituitary body that act together to regulate all others as a unified operation – that produce hormones as messengers that alter the “state of the body” and activate certain processes by turning some aspects on while turning others off, in much the same way DNA operates. It’s only through coherence of the brain and heart (conscious and subconscious) as an idea and its emotional equivalent that manifestation and transformation naturally takes place.

       A thought that’s not properly translated through a sensory reality that produces the emotion of the idea, doesn’t manifest because it doesn’t work to alter and regulate the chemistry of the body to produce the actions necessary. It’s only an idea imagined as a full sensory reality that’s “felt as being real”, that provides a process or operation for transformation as a form of instructions or direction that invoke an emotional response as altering and producing the physical equivalent as the production and distribution of hormones that transforms how the body regenerates itself. It produces the chemical messengers as the information and instructions necessary to alter DNA sequences and neuro-pathways that change how the body regenerates and performs. While we tend think that what we call “reality” is something that exists separate and independent of us, the fact is reality results from our perception of it. How reality “appears to us”, what we see and comprehend and what we don’t see or fail to recognize all together, is based on our ability to perceive and conceive of it. While we also tend to believe that perception is a product of our brain or heart, in fact, we perceive with our whole being, with both our mind and full body as a unified state and cohesive system. Just as we think with our whole body, in which every organ of our body produces neurotransmitters, and performs different aspects of thinking and perceiving, we also perceive the outer world through the lens of the inner world. Whatever ideas we “program” ourselves (subconscious and self-conscious) with, shape our paradigm, which produces an equivalent and corresponding outer reality as its expression and personal creation. Every individual perceives the same objective reality in a unique, different, and individual way. It’s only by changing our mind and body through the introduction and development of new and original ideas that we reprogram our subconscious to be able to perceive those ideas as a natural part of our outer reality. By changing ourselves, our whole world changes accordingly. Dr. Linda Gadbois Integrative Mind-Body Medicine Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

Subtle Energy and the Energetic Nature of the Mind

Our body has an energetic structure as well as a physical one. This energetic structure is often referred to as the subtle body or etheric body that’s a form of double our twin to the physical body. Energy can move into and through matter, and is not “formed” like matter as a solid and fixed structure, but rather as a field of energy that’s always vibrating and morphing and changing form based on a constant exchange of energy with everything around it. Subtle energy is comprised of light, as everything is, and so contains within it the properties of light that exist as an octave that’s a range of vibration as its frequency. A light body as the internal aspects of light, contain the full colors of the spectrum as its vibratory structure. Each color within the spectrum vibrates at a slightly different rate and undergoes a specialized “mode of consciousness” as an aspect of an overall vibratory patterning or frequency. The subtle body, like light itself, is invisible to the physical senses, and has an innate structure of seven colors as seven aspects that make up a whole. These subtle energy centers exist in the body as chakras that form the energy processing centers of the body as the “mind” or soul of the body.

The subtle energy centers of the body act as conductors, filtering energies so they can combine through resonance. The convergence of these energy fields along a central axis forms a chakra. These chakras are vortexes of moving and spinning energy, which exist in relationship to the endocrine glands, which produce and secret hormones into the blood stream of the body, which alters our state and controls our bodily functions. Hormones are regulatory chemicals that regulate our physical state to match our mental or energetic state. Our physical condition is always produced as the direct equivalent of our mental and emotional condition.

This subtle energy system of the body “is” the mind or soul of the body. The mind interacts with energy all around it through a natural metabolic and digestive process, and directly acts on the body to stimulate and regulate its biological functions as an expression or correlation of the minds energetic state. Our energetic state is the combination of feelings picked up around us, emotions as the bodily chemistry produced by the feelings, and the thoughts that form the internal reality as imagining that projects the inner state outward, through the mind’s field which extends quite some distance from the body, superimposing it over the outer reality as our perceptual lens, that determines what we see and interact with, and what we don’t.

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The chakras of the body process and filter energy through resonance, which draws in and mingles with what’s of the same nature as it is, while rejecting and repelling what’s not. We can only fully absorb into our system what is similar in nature to us, or what is within our same vibratory frequency as being of a “like-mind”. This can also be thought as only absorbing into our mind what can be perceived, explained, and understood using our mental paradigm. Through this fundamental process of resonance as a form of filtering mechanism, energies are sorted out according to their type and class as a category, sphere of consciousness, or kingdom. This filtering system acts to separate the gross energies as our animalistic primal instincts, from the refined energies as our spiritualized moral aspects.

The chakra system of the body is the internal structure of our subtle energy body as the mind itself, or soul that inhabits the body, and bonds to it through energetic sympathy. Because of this reason, the chakra system provides us with the process necessary to undergo healing through psychological development that promotes spiritual growth. All healing comes by bringing the mind and body into harmony through psychological health and conscious awareness of our true nature and our soul’s relationship to the body. It gives us a charted course for working directly with our minds ability to control and regulate the natural biological processes of the body by managing our state-of-mind and fostering in a deliberate manner our moral development. By understanding the intimate relationship of energy with matter, of our higher moral capacities and our lower primal nature, we can transform our ”self” by working with our own energy system, feeling state, and active imagination.

 The mind has the ability to direct energy into form by how and what we thinks about, coupled with strong emotions. Emotion is the chemistry of thought produced through imagined realities. As we think and form images in our mind, we stimulate our body to produce hormones of emotion, and vice versa. The emotions we’re stimulated with from outside sources, also act to control what we focus on and think about as the type of realities associated to the emotions. Thought and emotion are different aspects of the same reality, and are always complementary to each other, as one producing the other. Once acts to stimulate, awaken and give life to the other. Our emotional state always directly reflects the chemistry and biological functioning of the body in direct and immediate relationship with our thoughts and mental state. This is a scientific law, and is always true.

All transformation which involves healing by recognizing our own tendencies, habits, beliefs, and habitual emotional states, comes only through self-realization, knowledge and awareness about our true nature, and our ability to begin using our mind in a conscious and deliberate fashion to intentionally create ourselves. It’s through active use of our own mind, and our ability to choose what qualities we want to develop as a state, and our willingness to give up our current identity in favor of a more desirable one, that we can not only transform the patterning of our mind as our paradigm or interactive model, but in doing so, change our perception, how we interpret events to create our experience of them, and literally transform our physical condition to match our mental condition.

It’s no mystery to the medical world that all healing usually requires a behavioral change as a lifestyle modification, or by working directly with a person’s belief system and identity. All healing in fact, comes only by way of self-healing. We can change how we’re using our mind to direct our behavior and form our experience of reality, and how we identify with our own self-created experiences. We can only change the body, or transform an existing condition, through identifying and working with its emotional and psychological component. Healing our mind is the same as healing our energy, which heals the body to the exact equivalent.

Our attitude and the perception it forms creates how we act, and what kind of activities we engage in, that directly affect our health. The emotional states we dwell in and live out of come as the result of chemistry and regulation of our endocrine system, and what type of thoughts we engage in consistently. Our emotional states tend to run and control us, both in terms of how we think and form internal representations, and how we behave as a result, or what activities we consistently participate in. Thought, which creates a pattern as a reality, fueled by emotion as propulsion, produces all of our behavior and activities. To change one, you change the others simultaneously. They always exist in an intimate relationship with each other as being different components of the same vibration. The mental aspect is causal in nature, and can be used to produce or change the emotions we experience in response to our thoughts, and how we’re being, and what we’re doing as a result.

The body, as the vehicle for expression, can be (is being) operated by the mind which inhabits and animates it. Our mind shapes energy into realities by how we think and imagine, and the body brings our thoughts into physical manifestation as the outer expression of our inner thoughts. We first form inner realities through thinking, that alters the vibration of the body as an emotional response or equivalent to our thoughts that manifest our physical condition as our health, personality and identity, and our way of being in the world by the story we wrap ourselves around and act to naturally tell as the reality produced by our vibratory frequency.

 

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Integrative Medicine

Personal Transformation

 

About the author:
Dr. Linda is a Spiritual Scientist and scholar of Hermetic Sciences and Ancient Wisdom traditions. She’s a professional educator and trainer for all areas of personal transformation, self-creation, mind development, and soul/spiritual evolution. She practices Integrative Medicine with a special emphasis on Psychology and Creative therapies. She conducts ongoing classes, Playshops, and Adventure Seminars, and is available for private or group training, mentoring, and speaking engagements.
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