Understanding the Nature of Emotions and how we Create Reality out of Unconscious States

We can gain a clear understanding of the nature of emotions and how they work in our life to control us by simply observing what happens when we experience an emotion and have a reaction as a result. Emotions are the natural forces of the material world that are designed to produce automatic behaviors that don’t require thought or a decision. They are what operate the “instinctual field” that governs all living beings of the natural world that don’t possess the higher mental capacities of self-realization, thought, discrimination, and will that are necessary to self-create. Emotions themselves are invisible forces that are constantly being generated, transmitted, and received within the atmosphere of the material plane, also referred to as the astral plane. Emotions are always associated to memory of some kind and are an animating force that works through the etheric body of the astral plane to stimulate the subtle organs (chakras), which then stimulate the Endocrine glands of the physical body, producing a whole series of chemical messengers that change the energetic state of the whole body to match the emotion.

We can think of emotions as being the language of the subconscious mind which forms the unified field of the material world, and is what unites and serves to orchestrate the instinctual behaviors of both the animal and plant kingdoms, of which we as humans are a natural part. Emotions are always associated to memories, which are what produces the patterns for automatic behaviors in animals that all reside in and live out of a primarily unconscious state that lacks self-awareness and the ability to create in a unique fashion. The memory used by the animal kingdom is universal in nature, and used by all members of the same species to produce the shared behaviors of that species, whereas humans have the creative ability to produce their own memories as a personalized version of the universal memory that governs all of humanity.

The Relationship between Thought, Memory and Emotion

Only humans have to ability to “think” as a way of producing the imaginary reality of our thoughts as internal representations that form personalized memory of various forms that’s used as a “thematic template” for creating a corresponding outer reality as an illusion that simultaneously produces all of our natural behaviors. All of what we call “intelligence” exists as organized fields of information that form patterns of reality as memory. A memory is produced as an interpretation of an event that gives it meaning as the expression of the emotion being experienced during the event. The meaning we give something forms a kind of theme that can be applied to any number of situations as the perceptual lens and filtering system that provides us with an instantaneous means of interpreting events to all mean the same thing. The meaning something has as a feeling it gives us forms the basis for the story we tell ourselves about it that creates how we experience it. We don’t ever form memories as the recollection of factual details of the event itself (unless we set out with the specific aim of doing so), but rather by forming a story as a “type of experience” based on the emotion we were experiencing at the time.

Self-made memory as a unique account of an event is always formed out of an emotional state, and is only “accessible” and able to be recollected from that same emotional state. The memories we naturally reference and use to form our thoughts and perceptions are directly correlated and a by-product of the emotional state we were in at the time we formed them. We act as an energetic tuner and receiver for thoughts and memories that are correlated with and produce the realities of our emotional state. If we’re in a positive and uplifted state, we access and use memories formed out of that same state as our perceptual lens for creating more memories of that same kind. If we’re sad and depressed, we dwell in past experiences that were sad and depressing, and think about things that give us more of that same feeling. Our “emotional state” becomes our perceptual lens for perceiving the present to be of the same nature as the past. All states of mind are self-perpetuating and act to multiply and produce more of the same states through the experiences they serve to propagate.

The Collective Unconscious of Humanity

What we call the material world is produced and governed by a unified field of the subconscious mind as the collective unconscious of humanity as it pertains to our mammalian body and personal existence. The entire natural world of the plant and animal kingdom is unconscious in nature, and is operated by emotional impulses that produce natural (automatic) behaviors. The subconscious mind, which is the aspect of the mind that connects all of us, is emotionally driven and functions out of universal memory that’s tuned into the state of mind and consciousness of the individual, downloading it with certain types of information as collective memory. As humans we experience this as random thoughts that come to us seemingly out of nowhere, but that are so similar to our normal thoughts that we mistake them for being our own.

Different species and types of animals tune into the memory within the collective unconscious that provide it with self-knowledge and instructions for living as its natural instinct. They don’t have to be taught or accept the belief of someone else, or have the ability to create personal beliefs in place of actual knowledge, but instinctively know what to do in order to live and survive from birth. Animals don’t have a self-conscious mind and the ability to create in an individual manner apart from their species and kind, and all form the same behaviors that only differ in the sense of the personality they possess in how they perform them. All dogs, for example, act like a dog, though they have their own unique personality that makes them distinguishable from other dogs in “how” they do the same behaviors.

Instinct comes as universal memory that provides the intelligence and animating life force for creating, orchestrating, and maintaining an incredibly diverse Eco-system in an automated fashion that all live and function in harmony with each other. Emotional charges as impulses and passions are what serve to activate the memory necessary to produce automatic, natural behaviors, that don’t require and form of realization, calculated decision, thought-process, or will to carry out. All behaviors of the animal kingdom are produced and driven by natural impulses as emotional charges that are being transmitted from one being to another and throughout the atmosphere as a form of telepathy.

What Distinguishes Humans from Animals

What separates us from the animals is that we have the ability to create our own memories in our imagination by how we emotionally interpret the events of our life to give them meaning. We take a universal idea as a theme and use it to produce a unique version as a personal reality that forms our soul’s memory and makes us unique and different from everyone else. While our thoughts, which are associated to individually created memories, are somewhat unique and different from others based on how we interpreted the events of our life to create them, the emotions we share in common are universal in nature and experienced pretty much the same way by everyone. Emotions weren’t originally designed to be “brought into our thinking” as the means of creating illusions as personal realities that form our memory base, but merely as a form of instinct that aids us in our ability to live and survive within the instinctual world by giving us automatic behaviors as instant reactions.

The other unique ability we have as humans that sets us apart from the animal kingdom is we have the ability to generate and produce our own emotional state based on what we focus on and think about. Emotion typically comes in two ways, one as a transmission from one person or being to another where it’s absorbed and taken on, and as a response to our own thoughts. Whatever we focus on and think about automatically produces our emotional state as a correspondence. Thought and emotion are always connected, and one serves to form and determine the other. Likewise, whatever memories we dwell in produces in us the same emotional states we were in when forming the memories. We have the ability to “choose what we focus on” and direct our own thoughts to intentionally keep ourselves tuned to certain emotional states. Whereas animals are purely impulse driven based on the present events of their life and what behaviors are the most beneficial and appropriate.

Instinct as universal knowledge on the higher plane of consciousness comes to us in the material plane as intuition. When we intuitively sense something through a feeling about it, we perceive its inner nature and character as a form of “knowing” that comes without a cognitive thought process. We know the true nature of someone or something without knowing why or how we know. It comes in an instantaneous and automatic fashion as a realization that forms a mental impression in our imagination, similar to how we play out a memory as the means of creating an experience, except it’s not of a personal nature and not generated or formed by us. The entire material world of “formed beings” as a dynamic ecosystem is formed out of and animated by various forms of universal memory.

Energy as Emotion and Patterns for Automatic Processes

Memory, whether universal in nature as an archetype, instinctual as the basis for life, or personal as our own creative ability to produce personal versions of reality, comes as an organized field of information that’s stabilized into a fixed pattern. While we commonly hear that all “things” vibrate at a certain rate, meaning energy as a material object or being exists within a certain level and quality of consciousness, the fact is all material objects are formed out of memory as an electromagnetic field that’s contained in DNA, the subconscious mind, and the soul, all of which form union and combine with each other based on shared memory. This unification of shared memory is what acts to form a unified field as a pattern that produces a vibratory frequency. All material form is a mental construct formed out of memory that vibrates at a certain frequency.

The mind itself exists in a potential, unformed state, and is the medium that uses a universal archetype as a thematic idea for shaping matter into a pattern that then generates and emanates an electromagnetic field as a frequency. We know that a frequency contains a pattern and a self-organizing mechanism that serves to organize information into a formula or configuration as a living being, while often failing to realize that it’s the mind that produces the frequency by how it forms an “internal representation as the etheric double” that acts as a spatial map for organizing and structuring matter. As we form an internal reality as a thought-form, we magnetize it by drawing in the equivalent emotion, which acts to produce the activity as a vibratory frequency that transforms it into an actual outer reality of the same nature. All reality is formed by our “perception of it”, which comes by way of a filtering system that reorganizes the information available into a pattern that matches our memory, making it appear different to us.

       Through our ability to construct material forms in our imagination, we produce a form of virtual memory that gives the subconscious mind the pattern necessary for organizing the outer into a similar idea. The imaginary reality we form as an internal representation, whether out of an actual memory or universal one that’s not based on an actual experience, is a form of “request” for an equivalent outer experience. As we feel, think, and imagine the reality of our thoughts, we tune ourselves to the emotional state of that reality and it acts as a receiver and generator for more of the same type of realities. Whatever we think about in a consistent and emotionally intense way forms our perceptual lens that we look through and use to form our experiences by how we interpret the information that’s available in any situation to form our perception of it.

This process also works in reverse, and anytime we absorb and “take on” an emotion that’s being projected and transmitted through the atmosphere by another, it acts to adjust our emotional state to be equivalent to it. Once our emotional state is tuned to the same frequency, it determines how we act, what type of memories we use to form our interpretations, and what type of things we think about. We form a “coherent state” and act to co-create a joint reality out of the same state. As we express an emotion by coupling it with a memory as a correlating idea, it produces an instant experience that amplifies and gives us more of that same emotion. In this way, our state of mind and the reality it perceives and creates becomes self-perpetuating and forms a kind of closed system. As we take on the emotions being projected by others, and that exist naturally in the space around us, we “adjust” chemically to become of the same nature and state as our environment. This is the most basic form of evolution that serves to constantly form us to be of the same nature instinctually as the environment we live and survive in.

The Language of the Subconscious

Emotions are the energetic language of the material plane that acts as a mechanism for organizing information as memory into corresponding realities. Emotion and thought act together to produce internal realities that provide the perceptual filter and lens for producing an equivalent outer reality as our experience of it. Whatever outer reality we have to work out of, we act to reorganize the information available in it by only noticing and bringing out what matches it and can be used to produce our desired experience, while simultaneously ignoring and leaving out what doesn’t. We’re always taking what exists as an objective and neutral reality that’s a part from us, and restructuring it to produce a subjective reality that’s an inherent part of us as our creation.

We never really perceive things as they actually are, but rather as “we are” by how we reform them out of our memories and mental paradigm. We’re always remaking others in our own image according to our own beliefs, preferences, and judgments about them. Every single person that’s a part of the same event will form a different experience of it and tell a different story about it. This is because as humans we’re bestowed with the higher capacities of the mind and “create reality” out of our perception of it through a dynamic filtering system that operates by the principle of “natural selection”. When we’re governed by our emotions and exist in a constant reactive state, we live out of a primarily unconscious state as a subverted form of instinct. We engage in a constant form of automated processes that run redundant behavioral patterns over and over as a means of creating ourselves.

Summary

Once we understand the principle at work in emotions we can realize that anyone who lives out of a state of constant emotional reactions is always creating the present to be the same as the past. They’re constantly bringing the memories of the past into the present as the means of interpreting and perceiving the present events to mean the same thing and tell the same type of story about them. When we live out of the illusions created by our emotional reactions, we’re living and creating our life out of an unconscious state without any direct awareness of what we’re doing and why. We create illusions based on applying past memories to the present as a way of shaping them into the same type of story and experiencing them in the same way. Through awareness of how we act to create our own experiences, we can begin neutralizing the emotions of others being outwardly expressed and projected towards us, and can perceive things from a calm and relaxed state instead.

As we live out of constant emotional states we form our experiences of reality out of our beliefs and judgments about them rather than perceiving them in a neutral and unbiased way as they actually are. We take on our animalistic tendencies and create in an automatic and instinctual way by simply forming the same type of perceptions and behaviors over and over without realizing that we have to ability to change them and create in a more purposeful manner by choosing the meaning we give things and using our will to produce new types of experiences by learning how to tell a different type of story. As we begin recognizing our own emotionally driven tendencies we steadily empower ourselves to be able to think and create in new and more diverse ways.

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

 

Understanding the Principles for Tuning, Activating, and Transforming our DNA

Our understanding of DNA, like so many things, has been formed from a very basic misunderstanding or incorrect perception. Most have been told and come to believe that our DNA acts as a permanent formula of genetic information that once formed from the primary combinations of our parents, are written in stone and can’t be changed. And while this may be true in terms of our primary physical characteristics that make up our body, which only utilizes somewhere around 2 to 10% of our genetic information used for building proteins, it’s completely false regarding the other 90 to 98%. What science used to call “junk DNA”, which simply means they don’t know what it’s used for, we now know acts as a form of etheric memory bank and bio-holographic computer for processing and deciphering living information to produce realities as memory. While we’ve also been taught and led to believe that memory is a product of the brain and stored somewhere “in” the brain, we now know this isn’t true either. Memory is stored in the “empty space” around the body, which is comprised of and bio-engineered by the mind and DNA of the body. DNA, like the mind itself, is the means for resonating, absorbing, translating, and informing the space around it with information as an energetic and living pattern. DNA, like the intelligence of the body itself that it serves to produce, acts as an energetic receiver, transducer, and transmitter.

DNA and the Holographic Principle DNA carries all the information of the soul’s essence as memory and uses it to create our perception of reality. The memory of our DNA is always interacting with memory and information of the same nature in everything else. While we tend to think of our body as being comprised of trillions of separate cells, the fact is our body is constructed out of a single cell that self-replicates and regenerates itself trillions of times, reformulating the genetic information in each cell to specialize and differentiate to become a specific part of a greater whole. Our cells and the DNA within our cells act as the “brain within a greater membrane” (Monad), as the intelligence that informs the cell and the entire biological function of very single cell, organ, and system within the body, is a hologram. Each part contains the information of the whole, and the whole contains the information of the part. Our body really functions as a unified field of information where every cell is actually the same cell modified to a new configuration to produce a variation. While we still tend to view it through the incorrect materialistic perspective of thinking that we have separate cells and DNA of this part and that part, and that we can work on a single part to transform or heal it by “re-informing” the seemingly single DNA of that part, the fact is, all information being received by our DNA is received by every cell in our body simultaneously. Our DNA operates as a “wave-function”, not as an organized structure of individual particles that operate independently of each other.

The Principle of the Monad The principle that governs our biological make-up is represented in Sacred Geometry by the Monad, which is symbolized by a dot in the center of a circle (the same symbol used to represent the sun). A cell is also structured as a brain within an invisible (clear) membrane. It took scientists years to discover the outer part of the cell that created a form of “container” or peripheral boundary that enclosed the cell, because it doesn’t appear as a visible structure. The outer membrane creates the permeable atmosphere of the cell and is what controls the movement of substances and information in and out of the cell. This membrane is comprised partially of a plasma-like substance, and appears as a “fluid mosaic model”. It’s viewed as a protective medium between the inner and outer that regulates the energy exchange as a form of decision-making process based on discrimination as to what it allows in and integrates as a means of modifying the cells state and chemical make-up based on the formula of information its comprised of, and what is prevented from entering. As new information penetrates the cells wall, it instantly changes the state of the cell. This same model and principle represents the mind (invisible membrane) and the body, as a particle and wave that’s of the same nature, or the dot within a sphere. The same basic shape (dot) is expanded outward to produce the same idea on a greater scale and magnitude (sphere). The mind exists as an invisible membrane that surrounds, encloses, and permeates the core of the body, and acts as the “conscious medium” that decides what’s allowed in and what’s not. The core or center as our body is governed by our subconscious which is also the aspect of the mind that acts to produce the atmosphere within which the body lives and experiences itself as an outer sphere. The outer self-aware and conscious mind, often referred to as brain consciousness, is what perceives the outer world that’s produced by its own subconscious as its shadow or reflection, and is the aspect of the mind that has the ability to discriminate and choose what information from the environment is allowed in and to take hold as the integration and assimilation of the information into the subconscious to modify and upgrade the model it uses to create the perception of reality, and what’s not, or resisted, rejected, and kept out. There’s a constant pulsation and respiration as the expansion of the inner core outward to become entangled with and reorganize the information of the outer environment to be of the same nature, and the magnetic acquisition of new information that’s then drawn back into the core for processing, adapting, and modifying.

DNA and Entanglement The Principle of Entanglement basically states that particles (photons) that are “born together” or that become entangled (blend and fuse energetically) form coherence and exist as the same vibratory frequency or “state”, and even when separated by what can seem like great distances, continue to function as if they’re one. They continue to behave as if they’re the same thing. They continue to act as a coherent unified field. If you change the state of one, the other one(s) change instantaneously in the same (polar) manner. When DNA is taken from a person’s body, it still remains a part of the unified field and responds as if it’s still connected. If you change the emotional state of the person whose DNA it is, the DNA as a whole, no matter where it’s located, changes instantly. What we can think of as the “self” of the soul, exists everywhere at the same time, and is what produces our outer experience of reality as being of the same nature, and comprised of the same information organized as a “memory” of itself. The “state” of the DNA as a frequency that has a self-organizing mechanism in it, changes both the chemistry and physical structure of the body, along with the “outer perception of reality” so that they are a field of coherent information. Our state-of-mind is what produces our perception and reorganizes the outer environment of mass consciousness, making it into a personal version. The inner information (subconscious and DNA) is what always produces the equivalent outer perception of the same organized structure of information as a pattern. Patterns (vibratory frequencies) are produced on smaller and greater scales as being of the same idea as qualities and characteristics that naturally form and animate the idea as a theme. This has huge implications when we consider the idea of long-distance healing where one person can “work on” another person using a sample of their DNA through a blood sample, saliva, or lock of hair. By altering the DNA of the sample, it automatically alters the DNA of the person it belongs too. This also explains the fact that when we “acquire” another person’s DNA through sexual intercourse or intimate contact, we incorporate and “become one” with the information as memory of their DNA, and “take on” (are modified by) the same morality as qualities that change how we feel, think, and perceive. And why sexual intercourse and intimate interactions are considered the fundamental spiritual basis for marriage where two people become “as one”, and begin operating as a single unit. They begin operating as if “one mind”, and over an extended period of time can even begin taking on the same physical characteristics. Couples who’ve been married a long time can often start literally resembling each other physically.

The Phantom Effect – the Brain and Membrane While many of us have been taught to believe that the brain produces and gives rise to consciousness, the fact is it doesn’t, it merely acts as the antennae for tuning into and absorbing information as various forms of memory from the environment surrounding and within near proximity of it. As the brain absorbs (sympathetic resonance) and processes information to produce the perception of a sensory reality as a unique variation, the perception itself as an emotional experience is simultaneously received, decoded, and interpreted by the DNA of every cell of the body, altering its informational structure, which it then uses to inform and restructure the appearance of the outer world to include the new information. DNA imprints the space around it with the information as an electromagnetic field that transforms all other fields of information that it interacts with (resonates with) to be of a similar nature, forming coherence. This wave-function comes as a spiraling electromagnetic motion that reformulates the information available by turning some aspects on and others off. By stimulating some into an active and expressive state, and returning others to a dormant and latent state. The outer world of material reality is basically neutral and passive in nature and is reconfigured by the active consciousness of the person viewing, observing, and perceiving it. This electromagnetic field of information that arises and issues forth from DNA produces what we now call the “Phantom Effect”, which doesn’t change the material reality itself in terms of how others perceive it, but only as it “appears” to us. This invisible energetic phantom is also what’s historically been referred to as the “etheric double” or Holy Ghost. As we absorb (resonate with) new kinds of information as memory (whether of another person or archetypal) and assimilate it, it becomes an inherent part of our environment and perception of reality. Every single person has a different model of structured memory and perceives the same mass-reality in a unique and varied way. There’s no such thing as right and wrong, or a correct and incorrect perception because it’s all based on the individual forming it out of memory as their paradigm. Our paradigm is comprised of the information we’ve metabolized and assimilated and automatically forms both our inner and outer reality to be of the same nature and organized pattern as a theme. Reality is a simulation produced by information that’s organized into the pattern of the individual’s holographic memory, then projected outward and “looked through”. The Nature of Memory DNA emanates, projects, and produces an electromagnetic field (toroidal field) that imprints the space around it with information as memory. It vibrates at the frequency of the active information it contains as its constitution, which has a self-organizing principle that produces a “spatial template” as the biological structure inherent in the memory. Information is constantly in the process of being exchanged, and we’re in a constant state of transformation and evolution from moment-to-moment. As we’re evolved through the integration and assimilation of new information, we organize the space around us to the same material structure, embedding information along a “path” in space and time. Our DNA is literally embedding information in the space around us producing a “phantom” (invisible structure) as an etheric form or unified field of information as a vibratory pattern. Our consciousness, contained in every aspect of our being, is constantly interacting as a relationship with everything else. We “influence” matter as photons (Astral Light) into new configurations that organizes the outer world of memory into the same unified pattern as the inner world of information, because it’s the same mind producing both. As we take in new memory and incorporate it by imagining it as a potential reality, it forms our perceptual lens and filtering system for seeing that same idea as a natural part of our outer reality.

Space and Time DNA, which translates information to produce a reality as the memory of it, leaves an imprint on the field of space and time as a “timeline”. The illusion of time is produced by memory, because if you couldn’t remember anything, you wouldn’t have any perception of time. The past is only “real” because we can remember it, other than that, it doesn’t exist in the present moment. Memory is not a product of the brain, nor is it stored in the brain, but it’s contained in space and time as a unified field of information that’s continuous and self-perpetuating in nature and is used to create the self and the reality of the self. The brain is merely the physical means for tuning into and receiving information as memory that’s inherent in the mind of the individual who also tunes into an even larger field of memory as the collective unconscious, or the higher planes of universal memory of archetypes. The chemistry of the brain is regulated by electrical disturbances in the material field of energy as emotion, and is restructured (rewired) accordingly. Healing Memory and Trauma One of the most prevalent mistakes modern medicine or psychiatry makes in attempting to “heal trauma”, is that if you change the chemistry of the brain, or release “emotion” from the muscle, that trauma will go away. Of course this never really works because the trauma is embedded in the mental sphere that acts to inform the brain and body through residual memory. The trauma, as the memory of it still exists in space and time and is still available and easily accessed (because of the strong emotion associated with it) for creating experiences of reality that are of the same nature. In order to heal the trauma caused by any event, you have to transform the “memory imprint” of it that’s located in space and time. You can follow the idea as a form of memory all the way back to your mother and father as the “genetic memory” you share that served to produce a new memory as a similar interpretation or way of experiencing an event, or back to the soul’s memory of a similar event in what appears to us as a past life. All of our experiences of our current life are produced by memory of some kind which provides the template as a thematic pattern for self-replicating in an automatic fashion.

       It’s no surprise to realize that we tend to experience the same kind of trauma’s or experiences as our parents and ancestors because our genes are constantly gathering information of the same kind as “perception” to produce our personal memories. Memories act as emotional states that produce similar types of experiences as a form of theme or general idea. It’s through the memory as a “path of information” or timeline that you can change your relationship to an event. All traumas are only healed by changing the memory that created it. All healing only takes place by working with the etheric body, which is composed of memory, and provides the energetic template for producing material manifestations of the reality inherent in the memory. All vibration as an energetic state has both a pattern inherent in it and a self-organizing mechanism that shapes the information into a thematic reality. You can change a memory by reliving it from a different perspective or looking at it with a different attitude and emotional state, while giving the people involved whatever resources they didn’t have at the time that caused it to go the way it did. In doing so, we reorganize the entire field of information and memory to mean something different, changing how it’s structured as a theme or pattern, and how it acts to continue creating experiences as a result. We use memory as a theme formed out of an emotional state to “live out of” and associate with as the means of forming our present circumstances, creating more of the same type of experiences of the past over and over. If we change a past memory by creating a new experience of it, the same information moving up to the present will change accordingly, causing an instantaneous healing that dissolves whatever has manifest, because you can no longer “access” and use the memory to reproduce the trauma. Through this process of transforming and recreating memory to give them new meaning, we can release a trauma that has been there our whole life and played a major role in producing the experiences of our life up to that point.

Memory and Time By changing the imprinted memory of the past, and therefore changing the past itself, it also changes the present and all events as memories that were of a similar nature that led up to the present as the “timeline” produced by the series of memories. All memories of a similar nature are formed as our perception by interpreting events and experiencing them out of the same emotion and meaning as the memory formed in the past. All of which resulted from structuring information the same way (vibratory frequency) to produce the same “type” of memory. Changing a memory of the past changes the future and all the “timelines” that resulted from it. All current experiences that produce what seems like a new memory, is actually formed by past memories that we use as the means for structuring the information of the present to mean the same thing and repeat the same pattern as the generalized theme of the past. We make the present mean the same thing as the past and restructure the information available into the same pattern of the past as a thematic (archetypal) idea. As we change the memory in the present, we change the memory inherent in the genes themselves, and influence our family members and all others who share the same type of genes simultaneously. As we change the memory of our DNA, it changes the information we imprint in the field of the collective unconscious, making it available to anyone who’s of a similar state-of-mind, timeline, and vibratory frequency.

The Frequency of Emotion All memory is associated to the emotional state we were in when we formed the memory as our interpretation of the event that created how we experienced it. Likewise, all emotion has a certain type of memory inherent in it as the type of reality we naturally form as the expression of that emotion. Whatever emotion we’re experiencing at any given time, determines what memories we’re accessing and using as a form of thematic template for creating more of the same type of experiences. As we dwell in memories of the past, we keep ourselves in the same emotional states as the past and continue to experience the events of our life by telling the same type of stories. Our DNA contains memory as our perceptual lens that’s tuned into and made active through emotions. An emotion will trigger a memory that has an instant, ready-made reality inherent in it and a whole pattern of automatic and instantaneous behaviors. The most primary way of tuning and activating our frequency and DNA, is through our emotional states. Two Fundamental Emotions While we can say that there are many different types of emotions, they all stem from two primary emotions out of which all the others come as variations of some sort. All emotions come either directly or indirectly out of fear and love. Fear stops us, causing us to freeze, pull back, not do anything, and become inactive, whereas love causes us to move towards the object of our love, become outwardly expressive, forms a desire for union with what we love, and produces an instinctual form of courage as protection. The subconscious is motivated by the ideas of either pleasure or pain, moving towards pleasure and away from pain. Fear has a very low (inactive) vibration, whereas love (active) has a very high vibration. Cymatics and the Nature of Vibration When energy as a frequency is passed through an object, the molecular information is organized into a set pattern. With a low frequency a simple pattern is created, and as we increase the frequency a more complex pattern is created. Our DNA contains 64 possible codes structured as amino acids that are made of 4 elements (corresponding to the 4 Elements of Esoteric Sciences), hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon, sequenced in triplets called codons. This indicates that we have the potential for all 64 to be active and expressing, yet we currently only have around 20 active codes turned on, which means there are currently only 20 known amino acids that are used to produce proteins. DNA works through a system of “switches” that turn some information on while turning other information off to form various formulas of information as the natural forces and intelligence that organize matter into living forms. The switches for turning DNA off and on to form sequences of information, is emotions. Emotions form frequencies with a large range of long (slow) and short (fast) waves. Human emotion is directly related to genetic material and how it’s structured by what aspects are active or latent. In a like fashion, emotion is what organizes the information that produces our reality as the memory it has and forms the “nature” of our experiences. Just as an emotion shapes our perception of reality, it shapes how our DNA is sequenced to form the physical structure of our material world by informing both our inner and outer reality to be of the same nature.

       Fear causes a form of stress and tension that cause the strands of our DNA to contract and tightly bunch together. Fear as a low vibration is a slow and long wave form that only moves through and connects and formulates codons on very few intermittent sites (balance point of an up and down movement), especially considering these sites are bunched together, only activating and being able to utilize a few of the potential bits of information and qualities available to it. Those who live in a constant state of fear (anger, sadness, depression, inhibition, etc.) have a very limited antennae and information available to them. Love has the opposite effect and causes DNA strands to loosen up and expand. Love is a high vibration and has a much faster and shorter wave, and moves through DNA strands of relaxed and spread out, stimulating, activating, and connecting many more potential sites for coding genetic information as sequences. Emotion produces a direct and pronounced effect on DNA and acts to keep certain patterns of information as memory active and expressive, creating both our molecular structure and outer perception of reality to be of the same nature and meaning as an emotional state. In a similar fashion, emotions effect and determine our thoughts, and our thoughts act to produce our emotions as a natural response to our thoughts. Our emotional state and the nature of our thoughts are always directly correlated to each other and work together to inform the DNA of our body, producing a matching physical state as our health and our perception of reality in which our body exists as a natural part. The outer environment and inner environment are produced by the same informational structure as an archetype or thematic pattern.

Phantom Effect and the Etheric Template DNA acts to organize photons (matter) to the pattern of the vibrating frequency of the DNA and maintains it there, forming the “gap” between the spiritual-ethereal and the material plane. Our emotions directly affect the structure of our DNA, which physically shapes the world we see and experience. DNA affects and influences the material world in and around us by imprinting memory on it (Akashic Field) and organizing and aligning it to the same frequency and pattern on all scales and levels of existence simultaneously. DNA “informs the space around it” with the same pattern as an electromagnetic field (invisible forces) that restructures it by turning some aspects on and others off, forming an interference pattern. Once an electromagnetic field is established and the memory stabilized, if the Physical DNA is removed and taken to a different location, the field of information that it served to embed in the space around it remains stable for quite some time, just as the etheric body of a person remains stable after the body dies. The electromagnetic field stays aligned to the emotion, perception, and memory that created it. Human DNA, programmed by memory as emotional thoughts, continues to organize the light (matter) around us by communicating and expressing the reality of our thoughts through an invisible field or wave-form. The body acts as a particle or material form that’s located in the space-time continuum produced by the soul’s memory, and the soul itself, which is eternal and non-local, exists as the invisible wave-form that creates and maintains it.

Entanglement – the Wave and the Particle DNA and the invisible etheric form it creates stays linked to the individual no matter how great the distance between them because they exist as both an entity and a greater field of information. They remain connected as the “same thing” through an invisible field of natural forces as a non-local wave-form and a local material form that’s “everywhere” all the time. The wave as an extended field or environment and the person located within that environment, are essentially the same thing. They’re of the same frequency and thematic pattern as the character of the individual and the story they naturally tell as their experience of reality produced by a primary form of self-expression. The soul, at every level, is comprised of memory and is what first produces then keeps itself confined to a time-space continuum as located within a greater field of possibility, always living out of the same type of reality formed by the same basic group of memories as the product of past life memories repeated in the present to produce the future. All time is a continuous flow of congruent memory as experience. The past, present, and future are a continuation of the same idea played out under different conditions and circumstances to produce the same emotional states and interpretation of reality as the expression and projection of emotions. Emotions organize information to produce a thematic reality.

Heartmath The science that’s now referred to as Hearmath reveals that the heart, which is considered the center of feelings, emotions, and intuition, and produces an electromagnetic field that extends approximately 8 to 12 feet beyond the body, carries, receives, and transmits or projects human emotions, and as it receives an emotional charge from someone, responds with the same emotion. Positive emotion relaxes and opens DNA sequences and strands, whereas negative ones constrict and tighten strands into knots. Feelings of love and compassion produce a coherent state with the object of our love, increasing our immune response (Thymus and major nerve plexus is located directly behind the heart) by relaxing us and turning on more switches producing more active sequences. Hate and Fear tightens DNA strands, pulling them closer together, and shuts down the switches, making fewer contacts. This is why a positive emotional state is required in order to “conceive of higher knowledge” by being able to first resonate with it, absorbing it, and having it unfold in your imagination as a living idea or reality that you then comprehend by witnessing (observing) it. Negative emotions don’t resonate with higher vibration, and when they encounter higher knowledge, can’t comprehend it and corrupt and distort it as a means of trying to grasp it in in the faintest sense of the idea. Emotion determines the shape and structure of DNA and how it functions in our body by what’s turned on and off. How information is organized into a pattern always determines how something functions. Negative emotions are destructive and incoherent. By developing the skill to elicit certain emotions on demand, we can literally “operate and regulate our own DNA and energetic state” and how our body functions as well as the nature of our experiences. Emotions have a direct and immediate effect on DNA, and DNA has a direct effect on the world around us and how we experience it to produce more memory as the equivalent correspondence of the emotional state. We have the ability within us to influence the world around us through our feelings, moods, and beliefs, and transcend the limit imposed on us as time and space as we know it.

Summary By learning how to regulate our emotional states, we regulate all thought and memory associated with them, and we transform both our inner and outer reality simultaneously. We heal trauma, not by working with the physical component of the brain and body, but by transforming the memory itself that’s producing it and keeping it alive. Memory is of time and space and is what produces the illusion of time as the memory of the past that forms our perception of the present, and the imagined reality of the future as a correspondence or continuation of the past memory. By changing the memory, we change all realities the memory produced as a progression from the past to the present. This creates a form of quickening as erasing and rewriting the present to match the theme of the new memory as an actual transformation. As we adjust any part of a system, reorganizing the information it’s comprised of, we change the whole system as a form of paradigm shift. This modification of the information and how it’s structured to create the pattern as a frequency of memory, is the true nature of personal transformation by changing the mundane and corrupt to the pure and virtuous. It’s how we change the nature of the soul which produces the etheric body that provides the template for creating the material body and its equivalent as the atmosphere and outer reality of the body. This is the true meaning of “purifying the soul”, which is comprised of memory, back to a virgin state, which transforms the entire history of the soul as an illusion of time and space created by the memory itself.

       All material reality, which exists in time and space as non-local information made local through a body, is constructed out of the memory of the soul. Both the higher human soul as it combines with the equivalent memory of the lower, animal soul of genetic heredity, form coherence and operate out of the combination of both individual memory and the memory of the group mind. The combination of coherent memory formulates the DNA of the body and programs and sets into play the outer events of its life as the reenactment of shared memory. Memory produces the body and reality as the means of self-creation through self-expression and the self-administration of universal justice as karma. Our karma comes as repeating the patterns of the past as memory that produces our genetic make-up, personality, predisposition, temperament, and natural tendencies, as well as our life story. The only way to resolve karma is to actively use our will to transform the memory producing it by experiencing it from a different perspective and emotional state, then playing it out in the imagination repeatedly, anchoring it as a new version of the same experience. This creative process forms a new memory and creative pattern as a vibratory frequency that alters your perception of reality and life experiences, as it alters your perception of yourself within and as the creator of your experiences. Dr. Linda Gadbois Transpersonal Psychologist, Spiritual Mentor, and Mind-Body Integrative Health Consultant’    

The Creative Power of the Imagination – Free Choice, Will, and the Nature of Memory

“The way to alter an outcome is to alter the pattern (memory) producing the outcome”

       In order to create by way of laws in a fully aware manner, we have to create a working concept of how the laws operate within the material realm that allows us to understand and apply them in the practical sense. Once we’re able to see something with absolute clarity, we can use it to create in our daily life and it forms the very basis of our perception of reality. In order to understand how our own mind works to create our experience of reality, we have to be able to self-reflect and observe natural processes and tendencies that operate from a primarily unconscious state.

Anything that we call “natural” comes as automatic processes and behaviors that don’t require us to intentionally produce them by thinking about them or using our will as a form of discipline to create. We’re always using our mind to create our reality, but because we do it without any direct awareness of what we’re doing or the realization that our experience of reality is something we create for ourselves, we create our life in a way where we experience it as simply happening “to us”. This is one of the most primary forms of ignorance that we’re all conditioned to believe, and as a result, we can spend the better part of our life feeling helpless to change the course of events and the nature of how we use those events to create our experiences.

What we call our mind is a natural aspect of our soul, and like the soul, is threefold in nature, meaning it’s comprised of three basic aspects that all play different parts in creating what appears as a single unified reality. The idea of what we have come to call “reality” is a bit elusive and misleading, because it’s formed out of our “perception” of it. Perception “is” reality in terms of how we experience it. While we tend to form an idea that matter exists in a stagnate and solid form as something specific and that everyone experiences reality in the same way (mass consciousness), the fact is matter in its primary state is actually comprised of particles of light that exist in a “potential state” until organized into a “form” by the mind observing it.

        All created material form exists as an organized field of information that produces the form as what we can call a universal archetype. The consciousness of the individual observing material form enters into “relationship” with the field of information and through an interaction of attention and resonance, the individual consciousness as a mental model or vibratory frequency, reorganizes the information to match the holographic pattern of the model being used for structuring it (information) into a specific “type” of reality as the “experience of it”. Individual consciousness doesn’t produce an entirely new material form, but merely modifies how the existing one “appears” to them. The mind is always taking a universal archetype as an idea and producing a personal version of the same idea as a unique possibility and variation. Consciousness influences and determines how matter is organized into a material matrix that forms what we can call the “illusion of reality” as a fixed idea or subjective reality.

While many of us have been taught that atoms exist as fixed systems that’s comprised of electron, neutrons, and protons, the fact is an atom exists as a “cloud-like substance” (wave-form) of pure potential, meaning it contains the information as possibilities for being stabilized into an infinite number of possibilities, and only becomes organized into one possibility based on how it enters into relationship with the mind observing it and acting to shape it through resonance. The wave of possibility is “collapsed” around a single possibility, forming it into the reality of that possibility as the person’s perception of it. Every single individual has a mental structure as a vibratory frequency that not only forms a holographic, 3-D pattern as a form of spatial map, but also contains a self-organizing mechanism that acts to structure matter into the corresponding shape of that same pattern.

Matter is neutral and passive in nature as a primordial substance that acts as an “empty shell” for consciousness as pure energy to enter into through sympathetic resonance, organize into the same thematic pattern as a frequency, and form a coherent outer reality that matches or is of the same nature as the inner reality of the mind shaping it. Matter is magnetic in nature and consciousness is electric, and together they copulate to form an electromagnetic field that organizes matter into living forms as the energetic matrix for producing the illusion of reality as both an inner and outer space-time continuum. The body, being structured by the consciousness that inhabits it and gives it life, vibrates at the frequency of the soul’s consciousness, and is the active mechanism for orchestrating the entire outer world of material form.

The soul is comprised of “memory” as the dynamic pattern of its frequency, and is what provides the subconscious mind of the lower, material plane with the template for creating as an experience of reality. The subconscious is passive and receptive in nature and doesn’t have the ability to make new decisions or act out choices to create in a unique and original manner through willful action that’s outside of its “memory”. In order to create within the material world, we have to seed the subconscious mind with a “memory” of the reality we want it to create and the nature of the experience we want to have by way of that reality.

Ideas, Archetypes, and the Nature of Vibration

All ideas and information form a mental image as the physical form of the idea that organizes the information available into a fixed pattern of some sort that forms a corresponding vibratory frequency. All vibration exists as an organized pattern of information that serves as a model for organizing all similar information into the same pattern as a correspondence. Frequencies exists as a wave-form that contains an infinite amount of information as a “theme” that can be organized into an infinite number of variations based on how the same information is structured and what emotion is animating and motivating it.

The vibration provides the type of information and the emotion is the motivating force that determines how that information is structured to create a certain “type of experience” as a story about it. Any scenario or live setting can be turned into a drama, adventure, comedy, or horror story based on the attitude and perspective it’s being told from. Any scenario as a material setting (field of available information) being “shaped” by someone in a sad mood, will serve to tell a sad story that will create an experience of it that makes them feel sad. Whatever emotion being expressed in a situation shapes it in a way that produces and gives us more of that same emotion. The material reality itself is meaningless outside of its ability to give us a “feeling” of some kind.

An archetype exists as a universal idea that’s thematic in nature (memory) and lends itself as a generic template for organizing matter into animated forms. An archetype not only has the basic type of idea inherent in its natural form, but also the operations of that form as a natural set of behaviors. All form that’s produced by how information is organized into a pattern, determines the natural function, operation, and behavior of that form and the outcome it produces through a creative process. To change the function and the outcome, you have to change the pattern as the memory being used to produce it.

       An idea as a material reality exists as a “memory” that comes to us in “whole form”. It contains everything necessary to produce and replicate or reproduce more of that same idea. A universal memory as an archetype is used by the individual mind to produce a personal memory of the same kind, varied only by how it’s adapted to the mental model of the individual and as applied to a unique set of circumstances and conditions. A universal theme as a memory lends itself to creating a personal experience as a memory of the same nature, and is returned to its universal status by how it’s integrated into the overall model of the individual.

When we form a memory of a certain type of flower, we don’t remember that specific flower itself, but it adds to our overall memory of that type of flower in general. As we create experiences that seem to be specific to the exact set of circumstances in which they took place, subconsciously, they form back into the general pattern as a theme that’s being used to create them. So each time an idea is applied to a unique set of circumstances it creates a unique variation of that same idea as the feeling it gave us through the experience of it. The same idea as a pattern forms a memory as a vibratory frequency that’s used to organize our experiences to be of the same nature by resonating with the field of information involved, reforming it as our interpretation and perception of it, forming a coherent inner and outer reality of the same idea and overall pattern as a theme.

The Nature of Memory and the Faculty of the Imagination

While many people think that memory is formed as a factual recollection of an event in our life, in reality, we create our memories in our imagination by how we form our experience of the event. We then use our imagination to recall the memory and play it out once again in our mind as the means of keeping ourselves tuned to the reality of the memory as a theme for producing more of the same type of experiences in our present situation. Our memories of the past are formed largely by what we told ourselves about the experience that made it mean something and formed the story we told ourselves about it as a way of experiencing it. The meaning and story we told ourselves about something gave us a certain internal feeling, and out of that feeling we formed our experience of it.

As we formed our experience, we also formed an experience of how other people are, the world in general, and how we are in relationship to it all. Meaning and experience, like the mind and soul that’s creating it, is also threefold in nature and creates on three levels and scales simultaneously. As we create our experience of others and the world, we create ourselves by way of those same experiences. We create out of memory of the past as our mental paradigm to produce more of that same type of reality in the present, which sets the basis for the future as a form of self-regeneration and replication.

        Our material body, which means the brain, heart, gut, nervous system, and all aspects of the body, as well as our outer material reality (the whole material plane) is created by the subconscious aspect of the mind through memory as whole patterns that form a theme as a generalized idea that can be applied adequately to any situations and circumstances to reshape it into the “nature of the memory” by how we form an interpretation of it. We’re always looking through the memory of the past to perceive the present and interpreting it to mean the same thing. We only look at the information in any situation that matches or is conducive to forming the same idea over and over, and we ignore or can’t see what doesn’t. All of our perceptions are formed out of partial information that’s been reorganized through our interpretation of it that forms how we perceive it and how we form an experience of it as a result.

We’re always creating out of memory of some kind while in a material body, whether it comes as our own seemingly self-created memories, the ideas given to us or taught to us by others, or memories as archetypal ideas we draw into our mental sphere from higher planes. The subconscious, which is the creative aspect of the mind on the material plane, needs a memory as a thematic pattern for producing a perception of reality as our experience and personal creation. We change our experience by either changing the set of integrated memories producing it or by creating a virtual memory in the imagination that acts to give the subconscious a new idea for turning into a corresponding reality. The subconscious doesn’t know the difference between an actual reality and an imagined one because they’re both created the same way in the faculty of the imagination. As we conceive of something we form an internal representation of it in our imagination that conforms it to us, and provides a generalized idea for organizing how we first perceive, then experience it.

Transforming Memory 

We transform our memory of something, not by intellectually reinterpreting it, but by emotionally creating a new experience of it. We reform how we experience it in our imagination, until we get it the way we want it, then we replay it several times until it comes naturally without having to think about it. Once we can recall it instantly and we begin thinking about it as a part of our natural thoughts, we produce what we can think of as an artificial or virtual memory that provides the subconscious with a pattern for creating as a reality. As we form an inner experience of it that’s embellished with sensory information that naturally elicits an emotional response, and replay it in the exact same way over and over, we seat it in our subconscious and it becomes a natural part of our psyche. By changing our memories, we change our internal nature, and transform the nature of our outer reality as our experience of it.

Emotion is the motivating force of the subconscious and imagination, which is the creative component of the mind in terms of its ability to shape reality. Regardless of what intellectual or conscious decision we appear to make, it’s the emotion associated with our decision that determines what aspect of it we focus on and run through our imagination consistently that actually creates the experience we produce. Thought as an imagined reality is creative, and emotion drives the nature of our thoughts and how they form to tell a story. If we seem to consciously choose success, but then dwell in the fear of failure, we’re actually (unconsciously) choosing to create the experience of failing. By imagining an experience vividly and with intense feelings, we’re literally giving the subconscious the command and pattern as the “type of experience” we want it to create around the idea of what it means to succeed.

When our three minds are not coherently “aligned” and all acting in unison to create the same idea as a reality, we naturally default in favor of whatever has the strongest emotion associated with it. Strong emotion acts as a “hook” that controls our attention and what we consistently focus on, causing us to dwell in the reality of it repeatedly. Whatever idea produces a strong emotional charge in us tends to control what we focus on and create as an inner reality by how we run it through our mind as an actual scenario or possible experience. Our imagined experience acts as a rehearsal and preview of what’s to come.

The Conscious and Unconscious Nature of Choice 

While we tend to relate to the idea of choice as something we only engage in consciously through a form of deliberate and calculated act, the fact is we’re making a very fundamental decision to create by whatever it is we focus on and think about. While we can say the subconscious doesn’t have the ability to discriminate or “choose possibilities” as a means of consciously creating, it does have the ability through our emotional state to determine what it is we give our attention to, think about on a consistent basis, and therefore use our will to create as an outer reality.

The outer perception of reality ALWAYS comes as a correspondence to the inner reality of the imagination. This is because both are being created by the same aspect of the mind through the natural laws that govern it. You can’t dwell in hardship and suffering by constantly imagining it as an experience in your mind while acting to produce its opposite as an outer experience. You can’t produce what “you want” by constantly thinking about and creating the emotional state of what you “don’t want”. Whatever we dwell in, good or bad, we use our will to create as our experience of reality. Even if we are a part of what exists as a primarily positive set of circumstances that contradict our imagined idea for things, we’ll act to distort it and make it into the same feeling experience as our imagined thoughts by how we interpret it to create our experience of it. The mind uses its mental paradigm as the means for interpreting things to create a consistent story about them.

Material reality in and of itself is not the point or objective of the mind (soul) in creating reality, it’s the “experience” created through the material means. It’s how we use whatever material means or situation is available to us as our means for creating the “same type” of experience as our imagined ones. The material objects themselves have no meaning or value outside of the one we give them. Things only mean what we say they mean. Truth is whatever we say and believe is true. There really is no such thing as a truly “objective reality” because all reality is created by our mind as our perception of it formed by our mental paradigm as our vibratory frequency, and is ultimately “subjective” in nature. This means that not only are we the one creating our reality, but that we are then subject to (formed and determined) our own creation. We are always “creating ourselves” through how we create our experience of reality. We’re always acting on ourselves to create ourselves by how our mind operates to form the entire material plane as our experience of ourselves within a specific type of reality.

The Nature of an Idea as a Memory

All ideas come to us and exist as a form of memory. They provide us with a pattern as all the information needed that’s structured in a specific way to create the reality as a material form of the idea. An archetype of a chair, for example, provides us with the basic idea of “sitting” that we can then use to produce any number of styles or different types of chairs. And idea as a specific type of form vibrates at a specific frequency as a thematic pattern that can be used to organize matter on any level and scale of existence. If we have accumulated memory of being “betrayed”, we can interpret any number of behaviors or scenarios into meaning we’re being betrayed once again.

We form ideas into realities in our imagination, and in doing so, “tune ourselves” energetically to the reality of that idea where we act as the channel or vehicle for that idea to express through and produce an experience of itself. By tuning ourselves to an idea, we form it as an internal representation that acts as a virtual memory to produce a live simulation as an outer reality that allows us to experience that idea and our self “through that idea”. We first act to reshape the outer world to match the theme of the inner world as its creator that provides us with the means for creating an “experience of our self” through it. Whatever ideas we become a channel for as memory that we embody, we shape ourselves through the expression of those ideas, and they become a part of our personal memories forming our essential nature as a soul.

The subconscious can’t tell the difference between an actual experience and an imagined one, because they’re both created with the same faculty of the mind. They’re both created in exactly the same way. Our memories of the past are the creative template for creating more of the same type of experiences in the present. As we think about memories of various sorts, whether those of our actual experiences or ideas we’ve been taught and given by others, we use them to direct and command our subconscious to create more of the same type of experiences within our current situation. We literally tune ourselves to the vibration of our thoughts as a theme for creating experiences of our self. The soul is comprised of memory acquired through an infinite number of combining various forms of memory to express and reform the same basic idea of “itself”.

 The Motivating Force of Pleasure and Pain

The subconscious and all memory is driven by emotional states and motivated by ideas that represent pleasure or pain. These two types of motivational forces can also be translated as being similar to the idea of love and fear, which act to produce complementary opposites of the same idea. Regardless of what idea we hold in our mind, the emotion we associate to it determines whether we create an experience of it as being either pleasurable and therefore desirable, or painful and therefore something to be avoided. Whatever emotion we experience in relation to the idea determines whether or not we create it or its opposite as a possible variation. Whether or not we expand and move into an idea with the desire to become one with it, or contract and move away from an idea as a means of separating ourselves from it.

Many times we say we want something, yet, at the same time, we fear it, and in thinking about it we create it in our mind as a fearful experience rather than enjoying or loving it, and we program our own mind to dread and move away from or avoid something we ultimately desire. These same laws apply and operate in an absolute fashion regardless of our ideas of right and wrong, and good or bad, and serve to create in a negative fashion just as readily as they do in a positive fashion, all based on how we imagine them and create an inner experience of them as a command, rehearsal and preview for our subconscious to produce as an outer reality.

Belief and Knowing through Direct Experience

It’s very important to get a thorough understanding of an idea as a law or principle in order to use it by applying it in a fully aware and deliberate manner. While belief is important until we actually know something as a fact through the direct experience of it, it can also lead us astray if we believe in the wrong thing, and therefore can never create the actual experience of our belief, while unconsciously engaging in creating the opposite without realizing it, because of course we’re the ones that are creating it by how we use our mind. We only truly know what we can do. All law is known by its ability to produce our experience of reality. When we’re asked to believe in something we can’t apply and experience, we invest in a fundamental form of deception.

A lack of belief in what operates as law negates and argues against something, producing the imaginary reality of its beliefs, entering doubt as a form of contesting its own psychological powers. It directly challenges an operation out of a lack of true self-awareness and understanding. When we don’t realize we’re the ones creating the reality of our beliefs, regardless of what they are, we imagine that reality is something that exists separate from us instead of as an inherent part of us. We believe our perception of reality comes from our ability to accurately observe and evaluate it from a detached perspective where “we’re in reality and it’s happening to us from outside of us”. While this is true in one respect of the objective reality of the collective unconscious that we are all a part of as the “original creation” that provides the primary substratum as a universal idea that we all use to create personalized versions, “how” we experience our joint reality is a personal creation based on our “model of the world”.

Once true clarity is achieved through the self-recognition of how we’re always using our mind to create, we come to know it as a fact through the direct experience of it, and we begin working cooperatively with it by learning how to operate our own mind and imagination. The truth is there is no absolute truth in terms of the true nature of “what reality is” in the objective sense of a generalized consensus, because every single person perceives the same general idea as a potential wave-form of information, in a slightly different way, based on their mental paradigm and conditioning as the memory being used as a filter to perceive it. The only way we have of trying to figure out if something is actually real or not, is if two or more people “appear to be seeing the same thing”. Even then, they’ll see a somewhat different version of the same thing based on what stands out and is emphasized and what’s ignored or not noticed. A unique version is formed through a filtering system that determines what they’re able to see and comprehend, and what they can’t see or comprehend.

The Nature of Will – Self and Others

One of the most prevalent laws there are as a kind of universal rule that governs both good and evil, and everything in-between, is that we can’t ever act to violate another person’s free choice and will. This isn’t just a nice idea or a form of courtesy, it’s a universal law. What this means in terms of our ability to create at a personal level, is that whatever we imagine and set forth as a vivid internal experience as the means of producing the outer equivalent, can’t involve another person specifically. If someone else is involved in our wish, we have to create a generalized or universal idea of the person as simply being someone of the same desire, karma, and will as we are. While realizing that when the experience manifests, the other person that will be a natural part of it will be of the same memory (vibratory frequency) and will as we are. If we form an idea that involves a specific person that won’t naturally play a part in that kind of reality, then we experience it as not working, or we struggle endlessly in an attempt to get the other person to comply and cooperate in an agreeable manner.

All wishes and virtual memories produced in the imagination as a request and template for creating as an experience of reality, should only involve yourself or a universal concept of another person who would naturally be a part of that same type of experience. Just as the realization that when we act to change actual memories that were formed with other people, we have to change their nature in order to act it out in a different way, because as long as their nature stays the same, they can only participate in creating the same type of experience over and over again. You can’t create a new type of experience from the same old memories as perceptions and behavioral attitudes. In creating a new experience based on a new idea, you have to leave the nature and identity of the people involved open knowing that only those who are capable of creating those types of experiences will be involved in the actual reality that manifests.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Transpersonal Psychologist, Spiritual Mentor, and Integrative Mind-Body Health Consultant

 

 

The Nature of the Subconscious – The Unified Mind of the Material Plane

We often hear sayings about “oneness” and everything being one, living in unity with Nature and each other, and so on, yet this idea seems to contradict the nature of our actual experience as our perception of the outer world and others. One of the most prevalent principles that’s always operating at the fundamental level of creation, is the Law of Paradox. In just about all of the occult sciences what we refer to as “reality” is called an “illusion”, yet this idea is also confusing because we don’t know for sure what that means. Confusion usually comes from the fact that most don’t have a true understanding of the nature of their own “mind” and how it acts to organize, form, and animate the entire material world as a form of dynamic mental construct or living matrix. This is a very important principle to grasp with a deep sense of understanding that will not only transform the way you look at the world, but will serve as a fundamental key that connects everything else in a way that makes total sense from an intuitive perspective.

The most basic principle that precedes all others and acts as the means for birthing all others by laying the foundation out of which they spontaneously unfold, is the “trinity”. The trinity, also called the Triad, represents the triune, threefold nature of the mind and soul. The idea of the mind and soul are synonymous and both refer to the invisible aspect of our being out of which material reality emerges as its offspring. The mind is an aspect of the soul and can be thought of as the “organizing mechanism” or electromagnetic field that produces an etheric-material form out of the blueprint of cosmic memory. The soul is comprised of a dynamic living matrix of memory that’s cohesive and is used to produce a consistent experience of reality as a relationship between all seemingly different aspects that form its constitution. As the soul moves from one plane of density to another, it propagates by dividing or halving as a means of self-generation (mitosis). All parts contain the essence as information of the whole in its potential state (holographic principle), and serve to birth it systematically on the lower plane as a growth and development process of self-expression. The higher planes contain the lower planes in their entirety and act to oversee and orchestrate them. This produces what seems like a unified reality that’s “experienced” through the fundamental principle of Polarity (Dyad).

The higher soul-mind projects into the lower plane of self-awareness through the regenerative process of propagation. As the higher soul divides in order to inhabit the lower plane, it’s birthed into the body in a unified state where the subconscious contains “within it” the seeded potential of the self-conscious aspect of the same mind, which the subconscious then births through a gradual growth process as a kind of awakening of the self within the material body. This self-aware aspect of the subconscious forms what we commonly call the consciousness that appears to arise from the brain.  Brain consciousness is what allows us to perceive and experience ourselves exclusively from within and “as” a body, and as a result, we come to identify almost exclusively with our material existence. This forms what has typically been referred to (inappropriately) as the “ego”, with the idea of the ego and identity also being synonymous, which means we get our “sense of self” through experiences created as a “personality” within a specific location, conditions, and set of circumstances within the material world.

       The subconscious mind can be thought of as the feminine aspect that’s born into the world pregnant with the masculine aspect of the self-conscious (self-aware) mind. The subconscious, containing the self-conscious aspect in its “potential” state, grows and evolves it through a process of adaptation that modifies it according to its genetic make-up, life conditions, specific circumstances, family and environmental situation, which all combine to form a unique variation of the same essential nature (soul). Much like the four seasons, we’re born into the world exclusively in our subconscious, which is group oriented and perceives itself as being an essential part of its family unit, and develops completely out of an unconscious state until around 7 years old, where the self-conscious begins gradually emerging as self-awareness that perceives itself as an individual apart from its parents and siblings, and comes into a fully active state at around 13 or 14 (puberty). Puberty is the age when we begin thinking and making decisions for ourselves and developing our identity as an image of ourselves attained through experimenting with different ways of being. Our self-conscious mind of outer awareness becomes our dominate state at around the age of 21. As a fully mature adult, around the age of 28 (growth takes place in 7 year cycles) we are operating and functioning almost exclusively out of our masculine, body-aware consciousness, and often lose all true awareness of our subconscious.

The subconscious is the same aspect of the mind we share with all of Nature which operates almost exclusively out of instinct. Instinct exists as a “field of information” that’s organized through a process of classification where each species is only able to access what’s meaningful for their growth, learning, and survival.  This field of organized information that’s shared by all life on the planet is what was used to construct what’s referred to as the first or “original creation”. It forms the objective reality we all share in common and play a dynamic role in. This shared reality formed by the “group mind” of the “collective unconscious” lays the foundation as the basis for us as humans, bestowed with the ability to create using our mind, to continue creating out of by producing unique and personalized versions of reality through our very “perception” of it.Our mind is shaped out of attributes and memories that form our “mental paradigm” which is  used as a kind of filtering system that sorts and organizing information into unique variations through our very perception of it. Every person has a unique collection of memories that form their mental model, and we can only “see” in an situation what “matches” our model.  

All of us start off by being conditioned to the reality of the group mind being acted out on different levels through our family, society, and the world, all of which form a dynamic series of correspondences to each other as what we can think of as smaller fields nested within greater fields of the same nature. As our self-conscious mind comes into active expression and we begin thinking and creating ourselves to be a unique individual, we form new perceptions of the same outer reality that causes us to experience it in new ways. The material forms themselves don’t change, but rather how they “appear to us” changes. What we notice and include, and what we ignore and exclude, begins forming new ideas about the same thing that changes how we experience them. As we experience the world around us in new ways, we simultaneously begin experiencing ourselves in new ways, which works to begin transforming us based on how we build our identity around whatever it is we associate with. As adults, everyone looking at the same thing or that’s a part of the same event, will see and experience it in a way that’s unique to them as their own creation. We’re always taking what exists as a universal theme and general idea and using it as the means to create a personalized version that’s unique to us.

        A fundamental paradox exists as polarity between higher and lower planes where they mirror each other as complementary opposites. In the lower planes, the “group mind” exists as a species where an entire group of individuals are of the same mind or programming, and act as a unified whole through habitual behaviors. The only thing that makes them different or distinguishes one from another, outside of slight genetic differences that alter their similar appearance, is their personality. They possess no actual creative ability in terms of choice and will, and don’t have a sense of self-awareness. In higher planes the opposite is true. The group mind of the Macrocosm is comprised of archetypes in their potential, unformed state which can be used willfully to self-create as a unique individual that’s apart from the group mind. The object here is to use your higher capacities to create yourself in a very deliberate and intentional manner by intentionally choosing which qualities you want to develop in yourself, then, embodying them and bringing them into expression “as” a natural part of you. With our higher capacities we can reason, evaluate and judge, and make decisions about who we want to be, then act out our decisions in an disciplined manner through willpower.

Our true ancestors, represented in history as the realm of the “gods” is a society of highly specialized and uniquely talented individuals who, because they’re self-contained sovereign beings with a universal identity that’s not determined by a single personality or governed by society of the lower group mind, act in a harmonious and cooperative manner to create on a larger scale. When you’re not dependent on someone or something outside of yourself to tell you who you are through the relationship you form with them, there’s no need or desire to “take” or “acquire” what’s not already within you. For this reason, beings of higher consciousness are highly unique as individuals and almost completely self-contained and autonomous, unaffected by the drama being played out on the lower planes. From a higher perspective of complete detachment from the passions and delusions of the lower planes, one can easily impose an influence on the group mind by interacting in a way that serves the higher good of everyone involved. As long as we have a “need” for someone else to be and act a certain way, we’re being controlled and therefore “determined” by them. Once we can be apart of any situation without needing anything from it or needing to somehow control it, we experience ourselves as we really are on the higher plane of divine consciousness.

Energetic Model of the Mind

A vibration results from a “mental construct” that electrifies, animates, and organizes matter (as light-essence) into distinct patterns. We say that every “thing” moves and vibrates at a certain rate producing a natural phenomenon we perceive as reality, yet things are originally produced by the mind itself through a mental construct as thought. The mind itself is what first acts to organize light into material form in the mind’s eye of the imagination as an “internal representation” of an idea. As we think we turn ideas into internal realities. Our thoughts come as words we speak to ourselves internally where we shape Astral Light into the reality inherent in the “meaning” of the words. Once an idea is shaped into an imaginary form with sensory detail, it’s magnetize with our own vitality, causing it to begin vibrating at the frequency associated with the form, and it “draws in” (acts as a magnet) cosmic forces of the same vibratory frequency, causing it to ultimately take on a life of its own. Once an electromagnetic field (etheric blueprint) is created of an idea as a mental construct, it acts to organize the outer reality to match the inner representation. We use the thematic, symbolic inner idea as a holographic pattern to orchestrate the events of our life and how things appear to us through our perception of them. Our mind is literally a lens that we look through that determines what we see and don’t see.

In the higher regions of consciousness, ideas exist as archetypal themes that have names. When these names are spoken internally as thought, they form internal images of the ideas as they’re conformed through the mental paradigm and personality of the individual acting as a receiver and transducer for the universal idea. Once the idea is drawn into the mind of the receiver, it’s adapted to their paradigm, and modified into a new variation of the same overall idea. We reshape everything  producing a unique formula of properties that turns it into a form of hybrid. We construct a mental image out of internal light that becomes a form of “empty shell” or vehicle for spirit as an animating force to “enter into” and give it life. The mind produces an invisible electromagnetic field that acts to organize neutral matter as particles of light (photons) into vibratory patterns (essence) as holograms. Our mind as a “holographic model” acts as a kind of “parent pattern” (prototype) for producing an infinite number of offspring as fractal patterns of the same nature and kind.

The Relationship of Thought, Sensation, and Emotion

       When an idea is concentrated on and developed into a detailed version with sensory attributes, it elicits an emotional response of the same or equivalent nature. The emotion that’s of the same nature as the idea acts as the shaping mechanism that adapts it to a specific set of conditions and circumstances as a way of expressing it appropriately within the present reality. The thought as a virtual reality stimulates and informs the etheric body (of organized stable light) which acts to operate the endocrine system of the material body through electrical impulses that select and release equivalent hormones that produce and regulate the chemistry of the body to be of the same state as the idea. Thoughts stimulate emotions, which stimulate our entire nervous system and alter the chemistry of our body to match the nature of the thought and serve as a template for producing a corresponding outer reality. As we think, feel, and emote, we adjust every aspect of our physical body and chemical makeup to actively express our thoughts through correlating perceptions, behaviors and actions. We’re always adjusting our body to prepare for the reality of our thoughts.

As we form sensory images of reality in our imagination and form an emotional response to that reality, we simultaneously program our subconscious and send telepathic communication to the subconscious mind of everything around us, altering its state through influence, and affecting how information is organized to produce our outer perception of the same idea as a way of experiencing it. Our subconscious is “experiential in nature”, meaning it runs off of memories of actual experiences, and is emotionally driven. We form programs for our subconscious to create by vividly imagining ideas as sensory realities that are emotional in nature to produce a form of “virtual memory”. The subconscious uses memory as thematic patterns for organizing the outer world of the instinctual group mind to match the internal world of thought.

       As we concentrate on an idea, we tune ourselves to the vibration of the idea where we not only act as the receiver for more of the same type of ideas, but also become the means for expressing that idea to create a reality out of it. As we create a reality out of an idea, we simultaneously create a “sense ourselves” through the experience we have within that reality and form our identity around it. Ideas as vibratory frequencies are transmitted and received through resonance and sympathetic induction. The holographic principle operates by reproducing the same pattern as a “metaphorical theme” on multiple planes and scales simultaneously. Whatever pattern as a thematic idea we form and dwell in internally programs our outer reality with that same pattern on a larger scale. This works according to the same principle of mitosis where a single cell programmed with the same DNA, divides and regenerates to produce a replica of itself, that allows for a perception of itself as “another”. Each cell is essentially comprised of the same nature and then “specializes” by slightly re-configuring the same basic information in order to play a unique part in an even greater whole. Just as the body is constructed using a etheric  blueprint for the body as a whole, that tells each cell how to differentiate in order to play a unique function within a certain part of the body, our entire reality is structured according to the same process.

The same ideas we form internally become the perceptual lens as a etheric blueprint that we look through to perceive the same idea in the outer world as a correspondence. As we think we tune ourselves to the reality of our thoughts and “become” by way of that reality as a self-produced experience that forms a personal memory of it. The universal idea provides the parental pattern for producing an infinite number of fractal patterns of the same nature as its offspring. It resonates with the same information as complementary patterns in the outer world, and through sympathy re-configures the information it’s comprised of, changing how it appears to us as our perception of it. All of what we call reality is produced by our perception of it. Though we all share the same basic outer reality we all reshape it into a a slightly different reality of our own making.

We are All One

So to say we’re “all one” exists, like all ideas, as a dual-polar idea that forms a fundamental paradox. We are all of the same group mind of the subconscious that’s a fundamental part of the same universal reality. Like the plants and animals, we’re a part of a species that lives out of an unconscious state whose only sense of individuality comes as differences in our personality and lifestyle. Where we act as a mindless vessel for expressing whatever it is we’ve been taught and learn through various forms of entertainment, and where we act in a harmonized manner as a group to produce the same reality as a culture and society. Where there’s no actual individuality or true creativity and we’re simply given ideas that we express automatically and live out of as the means of creating ourselves. In the lower, material planes of density, the universal mind expresses as a group through a basic form of instinct born out of a primary unconscious state that lacks any true awareness of itself apart from that group.

At the same time, as humans, we are all a part of a higher kingdom of creative intelligence that operates willfully to create the individual. This is the realm of archetypes that are used as qualities and characteristics in different formulas that form a unique variation that expresses to create a unique reality. This idea is illustrated in the archetypes of the Zodiac as qualities and attributes that we all share in common in varying degrees and measure as universal consciousness that we’re all comprised of. In the realm of the higher mind of self-awareness, choice, and will, we draw from the universal in order to produce ourselves as a unique individual. In this level we exist apart from the group consciousness in the fundamental sense, and do not create ourselves based on others and our environment, but based exclusively on what we choose to draw into us from within. We think for ourselves, form our own decisions, consciously and deliberately direct our actions, and cultivate autonomy in everything we do. Here we are fully responsible for who we are, what we do, and who we become. There is no emotion to control or influence our thoughts, forming illusions in place of objective reality. We don’t experience guilt, shame, anger, joy, arousal, seduction, and the various forms of passions and desire that plague the material realm and act in a subliminal way to control and determine us through emotional states.

        These two worlds exist as a fundamental part of our nature represented by both the subconscious group mind and the self-conscious individual mind. The two aspects of the mind we have come to refer to as the heart and brain consciousness, or feelings and intellect, both of which are an inherent part of higher consciousness in an balanced state of harmony. In higher states of consciousness, objective intelligence forms all of our natural and self-initiated behaviors. We program our subconscious mind with thoughts that aren’t distorted by passions and desires. In this state, we’re conscious of the fact that our outer awareness is simply witnessing and experiencing the material reality of inner awareness produced by the subconscious. Here we operate according to the universal laws that govern both planes and use the masculine intellect to impregnate the feminine sensory mind to produce material reality as their offspring. We realize that what we’re experiencing as an outer reality is produced by our own imaginary thoughts concentrated on consistently with emotional intensity.

All of us as humans, with no exceptions, create our own experiences of what we call reality based on the thoughts and feelings we’ve been programmed with and continue to think about in a repetitive manner. Most of which are purely a product of our own conditioning and our tendency to live out of reactive emotional states and primal needs. Most people have been given all their thoughts by someone else through some form of teaching and learning which they then mistake as being their own. This is because the subconscious works by adapting ideas to the ever-changing outer world to produce corresponding variations of them. We mistake these variations of modified ideas as being original and self-generated because they appear to be somewhat unique from what we learned. We imagine that we think in an original way because our mind is always generating our thoughts out of a memory base. They only seem as if they our own thoughts because we live out of them as the fundamental means of experiencing ourselves and structuring our reality in a consistent way.

       Truly original thoughts only come from higher realms where originality exists as the potential for creating within the lower planes of instinct. They come through a process of “tuning into and downloading information” as ideas that were not and could not be produced out of our personal memory base. We tune into these ideas in the “ether” as the unified field of higher consciousness by either concentrating on an idea in an in-depth and prolonged manner, or by “wondering” about something. As we “wonder” about something, we form an inquiry as a “desire” to know that connects us to the answer. All questions and their answers are polar opposites of the same idea. As we concentrate with an open, curious mind (that doesn’t take an attitude of already knowing), we penetrate the depths of the known world and enter into the unknown, where ideas pop into our mind out of nowhere and begin spontaneously unfolding as a realization.

Whatever we form a desire for and intentionally seek out, we tune ourselves too internally and connect with that same idea externally. Ideas come to us as a form of inspiration that brings deeper insights into their true meaning and potential for creating realities. We act as the receiver for information and knowledge that existed outside of our paradigm and current life memories. In this manner mysteries are penetrated, secrets become known, and we touch on the unknown through the inner faculty of our own mind. We become the means through which higher knowledge comes into the world and finds appropriate expression that serves to benefit the greater good of everyone. We connect to our true origins as higher beings capable of impregnating material form with higher knowledge to create in a truly original and novel way.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

Spiritual Scientist, Mentor, and Integrative Health Consultant

 

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Self-Mastery: Metamorphosis, Self-Creation, and the Art of Becoming

The true meaning of what we call “self-mastery” is our ability to master our own nature and resume conscious control over our higher capacities for creating ourselves. The fact is we’re always in the process of creating ourselves in every moment based on what we enter into relationship with, blend with energetically, and become like in nature. The mind, like the body, is comprised of vibrating essence that’s undergoing a constant process of metamorphosis by exchanging subtle energy with everything around it. The mind is a combination of both spirit and matter, and while it coagulates into temporary forms and becomes somewhat fixed and habitual in nature, it still remains in a constant flux and flow within the same fixed patterns and tendencies. The mind is what constitutes the inner nature and essence of form, and is what gives it its character and personality that determines how it functions and behaves, and what type of stories it naturally participates in.

Nothing can be truly “known” unless it’s experienced and lived. We “become” by way of our self-created experiences. In order to know ourselves in a certain way, we have to create an experience of it. By experiencing it, we get a sense of ourselves as the experience, and identify with “being that way”. The more experiences we have of a certain nature, the more firmly we become identified with being of the same nature. This is how we’re “conditioned” through the dramas and dynamics being played out that we’re a part of that serve to shape our personality and inner nature as our constitution and character. Once the initial pattern is established, we then act unconsciously to generate more and more of the same type of experiences as the outer expression of our inner nature that acts simultaneously to create us through habitual tendencies. The mind is fluid, malleable, and fixed simultaneously, and readily shapes into patterns as a self-organizing mechanism that then undergoes a constant state of re-organizing its essential structure by blending with other natures (minds) of a similar, yet diverse nature.

The Nature of the Mind as the Monad

The mind, as a combination of both spirit (archetypes) and matter (essence), forms a sphere of stabilized energy as an electromagnetic field of alternating currents, referred to in modern science as a Torus, and simply as a “sphere” or “Monad” in Spiritual Sciences. This electromagnetic sphere of energy is comprised of information that’s constantly being absorbed, broke down to complementary terms, then assimilated and synthesized into an overall information matrix, upgrading and modifying it. All energy as vibration contains information as patterns that produce form structured by an inherent self-organizing mechanism. The main frequency for our information matrix as our mental paradigm or “model of the world” is always absorbing and integrating other information of a similar nature, and reorganizing itself by incorporating.

We can only resonate with and thereby absorb into our mind information that’s of the same or similar frequency (nature) to us. While all have what we can call a “consistent frequency” that we vibrate at as our core, habitual frequency (mind-set), it can still act to attract, draw in, and integrate information that’s somewhat different yet close enough in nature that it serves to grow and evolve our model by expanding it. Other information that’s too different in nature and can’t be readily incorporated, that’s vibrating at a frequency to far apart from ours, can’t be recognized or understood, and so we can’t serve as a channel for it to manifest through us. For this reason, evolution only comes through a constant process of “learning by becoming one with other spheres” and steadily modifying our vibration and inner nature through gradual increments. When learning stops, growth stops, and we become fixed and start dying.

The mind-field as a Torus (sphere), represented in Sacred Geometry by the “Flower of Life” as a sphere of complementary electromagnetic currents circulating in opposite directions simultaneously within the same space, both expands and contracts as a form of respiration. As it expands out to a peripheral boundary, it’s simultaneously attracting and repulsing information, then turns back towards its core and draws the magnetized information into itself for metabolizing. As its vibration shifts through the incorporation of new energy, it no longer resonates with old, outdated information vibrating at a different rate, and it’s eliminated from the system as a form of waste by exhaling and sending it back out into the space around us as a form of recycling. So we’re constantly in the process of organizing and reorganizing ourselves as an energetic matrix of knowledge attained by blending into it and becoming of the same nature.

Sexual Union

The Sexual Principle

We’re always mixing and blending into the spheres of intelligent energy around us through the natural activity of the subconscious mind. We do this naturally and without any direct awareness of what’s taking place, and what’s acting “on” and “in” us to create us. As we blend and mix with other mind-fields, we take on the same nature and essence and start becoming like them in nature. This is a natural form of influence that’s going on all the time through the relationships we naturally form with everyone and everything around us. Whomever we associate with on a regular basis, we start becoming like in attitude and outlook, mind-set, emotions, thoughts, behaviors and tendencies, and so on. The stronger and more intimate the relationship, the more it effects and transforms us. No bond is greater than sexual intercourse, or mother and child, where an actual “fusion” takes place, or the child grows in and is produced by the same nature as the mother.

Anyone that we’ve had sexual intercourse with we permanently bond with in nature and essence, shaping us morally and determining our destiny through a shared nature. This is why marriage was only consummated through sexual intercourse where two people became “as one in spirit and mind”, and began operating as a single entity. This principle is represented in modern quantum physics by an “interference pattern”, formed by two fields of the same frequency blending together, altering the frequency of both to form a new coherent frequency, and “entanglement” where any two particles (entities) that are “born together” or become entangled (fuse energetically), become “as one” and continue to function as the same nature or frequency even when separated by great distances. This is often hard for us to understand in practical terms because it happens at the subtle level of the subconscious mind that operates automatically without our direct awareness. This is how we form “karmic bonds” with people that last throughout time where we continue incarnating together through a shared energetic (spiritual) nature that cooperatively plays out a joint experience of reality.

The Principles of Sacred Geometry

In Spiritual Sciences this same idea is represented in Sacred Geometry as the Tetrad, where the Monad (sphere of consciousness) blends into and forms union with a regenerated aspect of itself as an energetic marriage of polar opposites. This marriage forms the Dyad as the “womb of the universe”, and together produce a new inner nature as the Triad (subtle body), which then provides the foundation for the outer reality of the Tetrad as its offspring(physical body). This symbolizes the “three in one” principle of all single entities being comprised of complementary opposites who interact to form a third, functional aspect as a new and unique combination of shared qualities. Our inner nature is always mingling with everything around us, fluctuating and changing, yet stable and consistent, forming our perception of reality and all of our actions and deeds.

As we go through life, we’re always exchanging energy and information with others and our environment, experiencing ourselves by way of the exchange in new and varied ways, and transforming our identity by way of the experiences it brings. This is the process we develop our ego through as our identification with the material world. Likewise, this is also the process we use to form our identity in and intentional and purposeful way. All of our life events and our relationship with others provide us with a kind of “moral test” where we’re attracted to and seduced by other people’s nature and actions. As we enter into relationship with them and the activities they naturally engage in and take on the same qualities as a result, and we like how we become and thereby start identifying with being that type of person, we become the same in nature and are ultimately corrupted by it at the soul level. As we transform ourselves to “lower energies”, those born out of desire for pleasure and personal gain of some kind, that strengthens our identification with material things, we can no longer serve as the vehicle for “higher energies”, and we cut ourselves off from our spiritual source as the result. We condemn our soul to the material existence our identity is dependent on for creating ourselves, and that “false identity” dies with the body that birthed and sustained it.

        In all forms of initiation as spiritual growth and awakening a process of self-purification is necessary as the first step, because all higher knowledge can only come “through” a nature that’s of a similar or equivalent nature. One that’s of a similar morality and vibratory frequency in terms of its moral character. We can only “attain” knowledge through our ability to become one with it as an experience of it. Higher, spiritual knowledge only comes through direct experience, not as a theory that’s recited and talked about but never brought into practice. All spiritual knowledge is a practice of some kind that produces and experience of it “as” it. We only learn by living. So a purification process is the prerequisite and foundation necessary for becoming a vehicle for higher knowledge. We purify ourselves through conscious use of the same creative process of what we’re identified with and use as the means of creating our experiences.

We’re always forming an amalgamation with the nature of others as the means of becoming “like them”. The Higher Soul exists in a constant purified state that’s symbolically represented by gold. This is because of the properties gold naturally possesses that allows it to blend with and form a new solid (fixed form) with other metals, that can then be reheated and returned to a liquid state where it separates from the other metals and resumes its natural constitution as “pure gold”. Gold is soft and malleable in its natural state, and only hardens into a rigid and fixed shape when combined with other profane metals. This is the same property the soul possesses in being able to blend with other essences, becoming stabilized and fixed in form as a result, then through active use of the will, separate from the essence it took on and return to its pure unadulterated nature. Gold is also “non-reactive”, and so it never tarnishes or corrodes. In order to maintain the soul in a purified state, we have to neutralize ourselves to the emotional states that govern the material plane and not “react” to them or be altered by them in any way.

Temptation

The true test of “temptation” is when we’re not tempted at all by it because we’re not identified with it and it’s not “in us” as a part of us. We’re only tempted by things and idea we have a desire for, feel a strong connection to, and form a natural reaction to in some way. We’re seduced by the experience it offers that we use in turn to shape ourselves through. When we find something repulsive or disgusting, we’re still using it to shape ourselves through the experience of our reaction to it. Any reaction is a form of corruption because we’re still forming our identity based on the experience the adverse reaction gives us. We shape our identity by contrasting and opposing it, so we’re still identified with it and literally being controlled and determined by the material world. The whole process of spiritual purification and assuming our true identity comes by not being effected by the material world or the nature and behavior of others.

This is forming the recognition of the true nature of things as the spiritual world as the mind and internal nature of things being what “animates and determines” them, and not the other way around. The spiritual world has supremacy over the material world and is what acts to create it and give it life. Once we become identified with our higher nature by “becoming it” in essence, material forms and ideas no longer affect us and don’t cause a reaction of any kind “in us”. We no longer act to “draw in” and become one with them as a joint experience of the same nature, and remain in a neutral state in relationship to them. When purified (mentally, emotionally, and physically) and embodying higher levels of consciousness, we become a vehicle and instrument for higher powers that are neutral and unbiased to the actions and nature of others, where we’re never controlled or determined by them.

The Nature of Compassion

By acquiring a thorough understanding of how this process works through the Law of Vibration and Resonance, we can begin working with it in an intentional manner to self-create while forming compassion for others. We can “blend with” and then “un-blend” with others at will. We can blend with those whose character traits we want to awaken in us, actively express, and become identified with, then dissolve the connection once that has been achieved. We can also learn how to dissolve our bond with those who are of poor character or never form a relationship with them to begin with. By intentionally entering into and becoming one with the nature of another and “experience life as they do”, we can become compassionate and truly see and understand them as they are. Then we can separate ourselves from them and return to our normal state a part from them. When this becomes a conscious process undertaken with full awareness of what we’re doing and why, we don’t become a permanent part of them by beginning to participate in the same reality from the same perspective as a drama of some kind because we relate to them and begin identifying with them. This is what happens when it’s an unconscious process that takes place without our awareness or intention.

True compassion is a demonstration of self-mastery as the conscious application of law. We can only create on any given plane by utilizing the laws governing that plane. We have to enter into the sphere of that plane, becoming of the same nature as it is, and work with the experience it naturally produces while still maintaining full awareness of our self and our intention for doing so and not get lost in the experience of it. It’s easy to get lost in the illusion of the experience because it’s so real it draws us into it through a form of reverie and we lose memory of ourselves as being apart from it and recognition of the truth that’s operating through it. Whenever we get caught up in an experience where we’re truly and intimately involved and participating in it as part of it, we enter into a primarily unconscious state. It requires constant practice and full awareness in order to maintain an awareness of the laws involved that are making the experience possible. Once we can get to the point where we can stay aware of what’s going on through the whole process, we can begin using it as a profound tool for our own spiritual growth and advancement by becoming an instrument for Higher Powers to work in the world through sole identification with our Higher, Universal Self that’s not subject to reality, but is instead the one that’s orchestrating it.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

 

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The Relationship between DNA, the Subconscious Mind, and the Subtle Body

The formula for multiple levels of self-creation as a dynamic combination of the spirit, soul, mind, and body, currently being re-discovered by modern science, was laid out as a diagram illustrating the “subtle bodies” in Esoteric Sciences thousands of years ago. This map of the subtle bodies was used as the basis for all forms of healing and self-development, and as the means of achieving self-mastery which was necessary in order to consciously undergo the process of personal transformation from a lower state of consciousness to a higher one. This diagram illustrated the hierarchical relationship of the mind and body as fields nested within fields that brought an idea as an invisible archetypal field of information into physical form through the principles represented by the five elements. It showed a physical body with various layers of an outer aura or electromagnetic field as the etheric plane which formed the blueprint for the physical body, the astral or emotional body, the mental plane of thought, and the causal field of archetypes and Will. While we have a tendency to separate parts of a whole, then create a whole out of the part while imagining that it functions independently as a separate entity from the whole in which it was abstracted, the fact is every single aspect of a whole operates according to the same principles and can’t be accurately understood as a separate state. All material bodies as we know them are accompanied by an electromagnetic field that acts to organize the individual particles into a whole living system as a “field of information”. Yet this isn’t an entirely accurate model either, because in reality all biological forms come as a process of cellular regeneration , where one cell replicates itself and divides to become two, which then replicates and divides to become four, then eight, then sixteen, and so on, and grows through a process of “halving and doubling”. All cells contain information as DNA for producing every aspect of the whole body, where cells differentiate and specialize by what aspects of the total information are turned on and off, forming a new configuration. Our entire body forms a hologram where the part exists and contains the information of the whole, and the whole exists as or in each part. What we refer to as the electromagnetic field that accompanies all physical form, which of course is invisible, exists as what we also refer to as the “mind” of the body, and the “phantom effect” produced by DNA itself as a measurable field of organized information as what has traditionally been called the “etheric body”, or subtle body which is holographic in nature as a three-dimensional form that’s the exact duplicate of the material body. This “holographic, phantom-like form” is what we now know provides the blueprint for organizing and spatially locating the specialized cells within the body. This energetic field both organizes the information in the DNA to produce a duplicate as its twin in physical form, and radiates from within the DNA as a means of “informing the space around it”. Just as all atoms are comprised of a group of particles held together forming an intelligent living system by an invisible force, the whole body is fabricated through a process of regeneration, held together, vitalized, and operated by an invisible force called the “subtle body” which is itself produced and operated by the mind.

       Science has now discovered and proven that matter is composed of light as “packets of information” that exist simultaneously as both a particle (local) and a wave (non-local). These packets of information as subtle energy are organized into a coherent field of information as the subtle body, which provides the etheric blueprint (hologram) for creating the body as a projection of the mind and soul. What appears as trillions of cells that make up our whole body are actually the “same cell” duplicated, differentiated, and multiplied to form a “greater whole” as specialized functions of the same thing.  DNA is composed of both matter and etheric substance that’s organized by an electromagnetic field that produces a holographic form as the “potential” contained within the information.  The molecular structure of our body operates in a unified manner where the DNA within the nucleus or brain of the cell receives, processes and interprets, and transmits information instantaneously “as” a whole – as if it’s one field or body – and interacts with and responds to the outer reality as a relationship with itself on a greater scale. Information doesn’t follow a physical pathway of communication from cell to cell, nor is it transmitted through the nervous system, but received by the DNA of each cell instantaneously at the exact same time. The body (any living organism) is formed through the holographic principle where every cell of the body results from the regeneration of a single cell through the process of mitosis, and is all in fact one and the same thing formed from a single (double helix) strand of DNA as the basic information used to construct the body. They’re all formed by the same group of information as memory, and become unique parts that perform specialized functions based on how the information is reconfigured through a “switching system” that turns information within the cell on and off, forming dynamic sequences. The part becomes the whole, and the whole is contained within the part. If we take any part (cell) out of the whole system we’ve  got all the information it takes to make the entire organism in the single cell. DNA, when abstracted and separated from the body it originated in, still continues to respond as if it’s still a part of the body. It’s still a part of the “unified field” from whence it came through a state of energetic “entanglement”. The part contains the properties of both the particle and the wave, and exists as both simultaneously and continues to operate according to the duality of light (photons), which is the primary substance of matter. It operates according to the principles of particle/wave duality. Light and matter (which is essentially the same thing) exhibit both properties of a wave and particle as a single entity that exists throughout space and time, and can act on itself to interfere with itself when demonstrating wave-like properties, and influences itself into new and varied configurations by acting to turn different aspects on or off. Each cell of a whole body vibrates to the exact same frequency, and frequencies as electromagnetic fields propagate through space, which acts as a medium for them.

       Light is made up of “packets of information”, much like an atom is formed out of a cluster of particles, as energy quanta called photons. Photons exist as a “wave of potential or possibility”, much like all the information contained in a single strand of DNA, and only appears as a stable material form (particle) when organized or frozen into a specific configuration by the mind that interacts with it, and then returns to a flow of photons as a wave function when not being organized by a mind. While we have been taught to see an atom as an organized system of particles rotating around a nucleus in a fixed manner, we now know that this isn’t true. The atom only appears as a fixed and stable system when it’s being “viewed” and perceived by the mind. When no one is “looking at it”, it returns to a wave of potential that appears as a blur or astral cloud-like substance. This ability of the mind to organize matter operates in the same manner or according to the same principle as the etheric body that provides the energetic blueprint for regenerating and multiplying one cell to create a unified field of information as a whole body comprised of billions of cells that continues to function through time and space as if it’s “one”. Matter, which can be thought of as “frozen light” or the “crystallization of light”, exists as an electrical organism (mechanism) that’s operated through electrical impulses as a photoelectric effect of one or more photons propagating through space as electromagnetic waves. Wave-particle duality is a property not only of light, but of matter as well, because of course matter is ultimately composed of photons in its primary essence. The entire material world is composed of crystallized light produced by electromagnetic fields as intelligent subtle energy also referred to as the “mind” and the individual consciousness of the mind called the “soul”. While many people tend to think in terms of separating the spiritual from the material, in reality they’re the same thing at different stages and phases of “becoming” as electrified or charged plasma that organizes a etheric form that acts to systematically produce a material form through a steady process of solidification (coagulation) or generation. The four “states of matter” are described as electrified plasma that forms a gas-like substance, which becomes a liquid, which then becomes a solid object. This can also be illustrated through the element of water, which exists in different states as plasma or air, as humidity, a liquid and a solid material when frozen. All of which are different states of the same thing. These stages of forming the material world correspond to the four elements (fire, air, water, and earth) of esoteric sciences, which are organized, formed, and given life through the fifth element of the Aether or the mind of the soul.

        What science now calls “Entanglement Theory” basically states that whatever is “born together” (as in the cells of the body), or that become energetically entangled and vibrate in harmony as the same frequency and nature (mind and soul of the body), operates as a single unit, and continues to operate as one even when separated by great distances. They exist in a fundamental state of polarity as complementary opposites, which means they spin in opposite directions to each other, and whatever property is being measured (observed and fixated by the mind) in one, the other one instantaneously reflects the same property. As the “state” of one particle or cell changes, the state of all entangled parts change in a unified movement because they exist as being a part of the same field, which exists everywhere throughout the space-time continuum simultaneously. They exist as what appears to be individual particles and as an inherent part of the same field of information. What’s of the “same nature” influences each other, no matter where they’re located in the unified field, through their shared “state of mind” and emotions. This has huge implications not only in terms of our own minds ability to organize and transform our physical body as a correspondence to it, but also explains the mystery of being able to “produce and effect” or heal somebody at a distance with a small amount of their blood or locket of hair, or anything that contains their DNA. By “acting to transform the chemical make-up of their DNA” in the sample provided, it simultaneously produces the same effect in every cell of the body, no matter how far away. Likewise, by tuning into the person by speaking their name several times while concentrating (words connect us to the reality inherent in the words) on them, we can intuitively connect with them mentally and influence them through our state of mind, altering their state and the thought-processes and emotions produced by that state, altering their DNA as a result. This same effect is produced through direct communication by what we say to someone that causes them to imagine the reality of our words as a possibility for experience, and forming a belief out of them as a result. This also gives us insight as to how we are literally transformed (to some degree) through sexual intercourse where we “acquire” some of the other persons DNA, and they ours, and become somewhat subject to their thoughts, emotional states, and actions as taking on the same “morality” and aligning ourselves with the same type of destiny. We literally become one with whomever we have sexual intercourse with.

The Astral Plane of Emotion Emotion is the “language” of the material plane that also governs instinct and intuition. It’s the dominant property of the lower regions of the astral plane of formation, and the language of the subconscious mind, which is the same level and aspect of the mind we share with the natural world and the plant and animal kingdoms. It’s the energy that’s transmitted within the material plane as notions, urges, and mental impressions that spontaneously alters our state producing automatic behaviors that are systematically employed without direct awareness. In humans, who are bestowed with higher creative capacities of the mind, emotions go a step further in how they affect us by acting to produce whole imaginary realities as illusions that we use in place of the actual, objective reality, that’s produced by the memories associated with the emotion that provides a template for automatic behaviors. All behavior in the ultimate sense is emotionally driven or a product of will, which can override emotion and direct the subconscious with new behaviors based on reason, realization, and rational calculated thinking. Emotions, which originate in the electromagnetic plane, come in a variety of ways as either a natural response to our own thoughts, as a transmission and thought-form from another being outwardly expressing emotions, as an instinctual response to a feeling or idea, or as a form of association to a memory that was created while in the same emotional state. As we form an emotional response to something we automatically reference a memory of a similar nature that was created while in that same emotional state that provides us with a form of template for creating an imaginary reality as an internal representation that we use in place of the actual or present reality making it out to be the same as the past experience. This imaginary reality based on memory of some kind provides the template as a story-line or theme that we use for creating an illusion that provides us with an instant interpretation as the means of creating more of the same type of idea, causing us to act in the same way we did in the past situation of a similar nature. In this way, through natural emotional reactions, we engage in a natural form of instinct as intuition that uses memory in place of the intellect and reasoning to create more of the same type of ideas, experiences, and behaviors over and over based on past experiences. Through our emotional states and the automatic behaviors they produce, we continue to create the present to be like the past through an unconscious state that doesn’t require thought or use of choice and free will.

The Subconscious Mind The subconscious mind operates without direct awareness to produce realities out of memories, and reactive behaviors that are automatic and emotionally driven. The subconscious is the same aspect of the mind we share with all of nature and is what literally produces the substratum of material reality as the collective unconscious or group mind, and automatic functions of the body and behaviors that are involuntary in nature and don’t require a thought process or decision of any kind. It’s the aspect of the mind that forms our “body consciousness”, which operates and informs the DNA of our body by influencing it through emotional states produced by thoughts as actual or imagined realities. The subconscious is the “active mind” and is continuously active from the moment of conception and birth till our last breath and moment of physical death. While our self-conscious mind is only awake and active part of the time, our subconscious is continuously active and never sleeps, yet it operates for the most part without our direct awareness. The Relationship between Thought and Emotion Thought and emotion, which can also be seen as masculine and feminine aspects of the same thing, operate as “one” and one serves to automatically produce and influence the other. When descending as a downward movement from the higher, causal plane, we form a thought process in our mind as an idea that naturally stimulates an emotional state in response to it. The emotion married to the thought acts as the “physical equivalent” to the thought and systematically adjusts the chemistry of the body to match the reality produced by the thought. As we think we’re simultaneously regulating the chemistry of the body to produce the physical reality of our thoughts. The subconscious, which is experiential in nature and works through the imagination, doesn’t know the difference between a memory of an actual event or an imaginary one. This is because they’re both produced by the faculty of the imagination, and memories, once created, are replayed over and over through the imagination as a way of keeping the past alive in the present and using the same type of information, much like a feedback loop, to keep re-informing the body and our outer reality with the same type of information, producing a “consistent and congruent” version of our self and our experience of ourselves in our outer reality.

DNA as the Creative Intelligence of the Body and Outer Reality The DNA of our body operates according to the same principles of both our self-conscious and subconscious mind, and is regulated primarily through our emotional states and imaginary thoughts. We are literally always creating our own physical constitution and character by how we inform our DNA, and organizing our outer reality through the electromagnetic field emanated by our DNA that interacts energetically with the DNA in every other living entity. The entire material world is formed by the information contained in DNA. As we think and form an emotional response to our own thoughts we literally act to “structure the reality” of our thoughts through the “meaning” they have. Thought and emotion form meaning as the basis for creating our experiences. Out of meaning comes the story we tell ourselves as a form of theme that provides us with a consistent version of reality that provides the basis for how we experience things. DNA works to construct material form out of memory in much the same way that the subconscious mind, soul, and the archetypal realm of higher consciousness as “universal memory” does, all of which play off of each other and are used as the means for creating personal experiences that are formed out of the meaning and significance of something. We form personal memories out of the experiences we had of the events of our life that had a strong emotional impact. Events with little or no emotional impact are never really remembered in any detail, but merely as vague generalizations or forgotten all together. Events that had strong emotions associated with them, determine how we form the memory as the experience of it, which was shaped by the nature of the emotion we were experiencing at the time. The event itself merely sets the stage for enacting a theme of sorts that shapes how we experience it by the type of story we tell ourselves about it. The emotion the event invoked in us, determines the nature of how we created our experience of it through the “telling”. The same basic event and group of elements can be used to tell a story as a serious drama, adventure, comedy, or tragedy based on the emotion engendered and the type of reality that’s naturally inherent in the emotion. Emotions have very distinct types of experiences and fantasies inherent in them that form how we experience life and create ourselves (program our subconscious and DNA) by way of our experiences. Our thoughts and emotions, which form the internal representations born in our imagination that we use to give things meaning, also act to inform and program our DNA, which, like the subconscious mind, acts as a receiver for information that it translates to produce instructions for organizing the material world. These emotional thoughts are produced by the union of the self-conscious and subconscious based on current life experiences and memories, and from the higher mind of archetypal memory that forms “original thought” that acts to transform and evolve our current creation by recomposing it through the integration of new and diverse information. The common denominator between reality as a neutral set of events that we use as the means of creating our experiences out of and the subconscious mind and DNA, as memory, (of the Soul, subconscious, DNA, and archetypes) is semantics. How we organize the cells of our body and the appearance of the outer world, which is always a correspondence to the inner world, is based on the meaning we give things as our perception of them that form our “life story”. It’s through meaning that we self-create and create our experience of our outer reality.

       DNA acts as the link and medium between the mind and material reality and is programmed or informed in an evolutionary manner through our very thoughts and emotions and the imaginary realities we create out of them. It’s through the imagination that we program the subconscious and DNA as a set of instructions, which produce the equivalent as an experience of reality. Not necessarily by changing reality itself, but rather by changing how reality appears to us based on how we interpret it to give it meaning. As we think, feel, emote, and act, we’re producing a form of etheric template that provides the blueprint as an electromagnetic field of information for organizing how the material world “appears” to us. We self-create by way of our own thoughts and emotions in the most basic and rudimentary sense of the idea. Both the subconscious and DNA, which is the conscious intelligence that organizes and structures material form, are “experiential” in nature, and operate out of memory as imagined experiences produced by a combination of thought, feeling sensations that make it real and elicit an emotion, altering the chemistry of the body to match the state of mind. These all work together in a synchronistic and congruent manner to produce an imaginary reality that has meaning as a way of experiencing it through the story we tell ourselves about it that creates a form of self-perpetuating “feedback loop”. Through the nature of our thoughts we’re always in the process of telling ourselves a story about everything that has a consistent meaning that we use as the means of literally creating ourselves and our experience of reality. If we change the nature of our story, we change ourselves and our world accordingly. As we think, feel, and imagine the reality of our thoughts, we systematically create ourselves (program our subconscious and DNA) and our outer world as congruent correspondences to our inner imagining. We are literally the ones always creating ourselves by way of how we’re using all levels of our mind in unison to create experiences in our imagination that become the instructions as a projection and transmission for creating our reality. As we program our subconscious and DNA, the electromagnetic field of information that they produce acts to inform the subconscious and DNA of everything else in the outer, natural world of which they are an inherent part of, and through electrical impulses as resonance, acts to reconfigure it by turning some information off while turning other information on, composing it into a new variable as a personal creation. Our mind as a mental paradigm, vibratory frequency and dynamic pattern literally acts to influence, recompose and transform of field of potential into one possibility that matches our idea about it. Every person creates a unique version of reality through their perception of it.

The Law of Correspondences All parallel planes that make up the four dimensional material world and the higher spiritual world of pure energy as unformed consciousness, exist in a natural relationship to each other as complementary opposites that are polar in nature. The activity that takes place on one plane propagates through all related planes as a series of correspondences or chain of association. The same vibration as a form of note or chord that is part of a whole octave resonates with that same chord on all higher and lower octaves. As they resonate, the passive aspect of one acts to draw in and absorb the active aspect of the same idea from a parallel plane, which influences it, altering its vibration and modifying the existing pattern to a new possibility for the same idea as a natural means of transformation that gradually evolves the form to a new kind or level. As we draw in energy as vibratory information from the space around us and synthesize it by becoming one with it in mind, we begin vibrating in harmony with it and it modifies our thought processes through the realization it brings, changing how we see ourselves and our world. The most natural and immediate way we have of creating ourselves and developing our character that simultaneously modifies and transforms our physical body and outer reality, is by learning how to keep our body in a relaxed state while stilling our mind of random habitual thoughts, and focusing our attention on the idea of what we want to create. It’s only through deep states of concentration on an idea as an imagined experience of reality, that’s defined and developed with detail over an extended period of time that serves to invoke an equivalent emotion, that’s then thought about or “remembered” in a consistent fashion, that we create a “virtual memory” as an intentional form of “self-programming”. By controlling and directing our thoughts and what we imagine as possible scenarios, or what memories we dwell in and think about in a repetitive manner, we can regulate our emotional state and “act on ourselves” to reprogram ourselves with a corresponding reality. All ideas exist in a primary state of infinite potential for that idea as a kind of theme. The theme employed acts to produce the mental correspondence as our identity and character, the bodily correspondence as our physical health and constitution, and the outer correspondence as our perception of reality. All of which act together to form the story we tell by living it as the means for developing and evolving our soul, mind, physical constitution, and perception of reality through the same memory as a fundamental form of programming. Dr. Linda Gadbois Transformational Life Coach and Integrative Mind-Body Wellness Coach

How the Mind Creates Reality – The Nature of Perception and Experience

There has been so much confusion with the explosion of quantum physics and Mind Sciences as to the true nature of what we call “reality”.  One of the most fundamental problems we have is people tend to think of the material world of matter and form as a fixed, objective, and stationary construct where every person (mind) is somehow perceiving and experiencing the “same thing”. Because of this, we don’t realize the true power of our mind to shape reality, or the true nature of the relationship between the mind and matter. Naturally, the entire material world is only “perceivable” through or because of the mind, and the mind as a field of information is what “operates” both the brain and the body, which is a mechanism for processing sensory information to produce what we experience as coherent and consistent version of reality.

When we say that the “mind creates its own reality”, we’re usually not referring to the idea that it literally manifests the physical world that appears to be outside of us as well as in us, although there’s certainly an argument for this idea also, but what it means in the general sense is that the mind “interacts” with matter energetically, and through resonance and sympathetic induction, alters it’s outward appearance and how it “organizes” in terms of attributes, qualities, and characteristics, producing a variation that still indigenous to the same overall theme as a new version or possibility. All vibration acts to form a pattern as the electromagnetic field that organizes matter into a distinct form that’s then animated with a form of personality where it outwardly displays distinct qualities and characteristics. The pattern inherent in a frequency is more of a “theme” or general “range of expression” rather than a distinct and fixed shape that exists more as a specific vibration within that frequency.

As we vibrate to a certain frequency, we act to connect with that same frequency in everything else through “sympathetic induction”. This is where the subtle energy that’s vibrating and shaping one form, literally “enters into” another form vibrating at the same frequency or within near proximity (where it can still be drawn in), and “affects it” by “altering its state”. The two aspects of the same frequency then begin vibrating in harmony, forming into the same “type of pattern” as a cohesive and coherent idea. All of what we call a frequency, which is a range of vibration as a kind of scale that moves between extremes of the same overall idea or theme, exists within other frequencies that together make up what we think of as the natural world as an ecosystem. All of what we call “material form” is actually composed of mostly empty space as “natural forces” that charge particles and organize them into patterns as a “living system”. Energy from all around readily move into and through the empty space holding matter together, influencing it in a way that alters how it organizes the system in terms of what’s made active and inactive, and how it changes in its “appearance” while still maintaining the same overall thematic or archetypal shape. So we don’t necessarily change the outer shape of things, but rather which attributes and qualities are active, called forth expressing, and which ones become latent and recede, and how it behaves and expresses in relationship to us as a result.

        In the Biblical story of the creation of the natural world, called the “original creation”, the material world was formed from the “spoken word”, but left unfinished. Humans, who are gifted with higher capacities of the mind for creating, were left with the task of “finishing it” by creating it in a unique and individual fashion. While the material world and the lower mind of our animal body appears to exist in what we could call an objective, stationary and neutral state, where everybody is seeing the same “basic thing”, it actually exists as a wave or “field of information” that has an infinite amount of potential that’s all thematic in nature as archetypes of various sorts, where every single mind that enters into relationship with it, filters out certain aspects, while selecting and enhancing others, forming it into a new and unique variation. While a tree exists as the same type of tree to everyone who views it, how they “experience” that tree, will be different every time. No two people experience the same thing in the same way. It’s always different based on how their mind forms it by resonating with it.

All energy as vibration contains an archetypal pattern as a field of information that forms an archetypal theme that has an infinite amount of possibilities for creating based on how the information is sorted, recomposed into new formula’s that produce new variations of the same thing. All material form exists as both a particle and a wave. Every object is accompanied by a subtle field of energy as the consciousness that organizes it through a “self-organizing mechanism” that “in-forms” it, holds it together as an operating system, and animates it with life. It’s the “empty space” that organizes the particles into a working system of some sort. These natural forces as electromagnetic fields have no real physical properties, and so the “mind” as individual consciousness moves freely into the mind and subtle energy of everything else, influencing it to a new vibration that alters how it appears to that mind. We are always creating (or recreating) everything to be in our image and of our likeness.

So we’re not necessarily literally creating our own reality, but rather transforming the existing reality that we all share as a part of this dimension, into a new and unique variation through our very perception of it. Our mind vibrates to a certain frequency that has a thematic pattern inherent in it that forms the energetic structure of our mind as a mental paradigm. This paradigm acts as a holographic model that resonates with everything around it, shape-shifting it to be of a congruent nature as a way of creating a consistent experience of reality in an ongoing fashion. We can only perceive, conceive of, or comprehend in our outer world what matches our inner world as the thematic structure of our mind. If it doesn’t match it or it exists outside of our paradigm (frequency), then we literally “can’t see it”. We can look straight at it and not comprehend it. We can only comprehend and therefore experience what we can blend with energetically, become one with in kind, and influence to be of the same idea as we are. All reality in this sense is a matter of perception.

       As we “perceive something”, meaning we form an experience of it, comes by way of our ability to influence it into a new variation of itself that’s a correspondence to our model of the world. So as we’re perceiving and thereby experiencing the outer world, we’re constantly in the process of reforming it to be like us, of the same thematic structure as we are. Perception operates according to the same principles that govern DNA and all physical manifestation. You have a field of information as the potential for producing a form, and based on what’s “turn on” and made active, and what’s “turned off” and made latent, determines the nature of the form. As we resonate with something, our field of information as our mind vibrating at a specific frequency with a thematic pattern, enters into the energy field of the form we’re interacting with, forming an “interference pattern” out of “shared components and qualities”, where what’s of a like nature is amplified and embellished, and what’s not is canceled out and diminished, and we “alter the pattern” that’s producing the form changing how it appears outwardly. It literally changes appearance or shape-shifts by conforming to our mental paradigm and ideas about it. While the overall thematic form remains the same, the active components as attributes and qualities are reformulated to where what’s actively expressing changes not only how it looks, but also how it behaves. As we reformulate the basic nature of something through our energetic interaction, we change how it’s being and what it’s doing.  This is very easy to see and understand by how we can “change” how people see themselves and behave through how we treat them and how they treat us.

All perception is formed through what we call a “filtering system”, usually comprised of values, beliefs, preferences, tendencies, memories, temperament, and so on, that together form a dynamic model that acts to reorganize any situation or reality by abstracting some parts while eliminating others. We’re not only always working on a limited amount of information gathered through a form of natural selection, but we then organize that small amount of information into the idea that we want it to be, believe it is, or expect it to be. What we believe to be true forms our experiences. What we value in a situation forms our process of selection. We reshape anything in whatever way we need to in order to form the interpretation we want it to have. How we interpret things to give them meaning, shapes how we experience them by the story we form in our mind about them. As we walk into any situation, we are programmed with a natural selection process for what we notice and abstract and we don’t and ignore.

This is very easy to see and understand when we simply realize that five people who are a part of the same event or reality will “experience” that event in a unique and different way from all the others, often telling such diverse stories about it that you can’t even tell it was the same event. Ask them about it and you’ll get five completely different accounts about what happened, what it meant, what resulted from it, what went on, what others were doing, what was important about it, what they took away from it, and so on. So even though we all share a common reality, how we experience that reality is very unique and diverse for each one of us. No two people experience the same thing in the same way. No two people look at the same idea the same way, we all have a unique take on it based on how we’re filtering it through our mental paradigm as our vibratory frequency to reorganize the general information involved and available to everyone into a unique pattern.

       Quantum physics has demonstrated that matter is influenced by the mind of the person interacting with it. That whatever the intention is for an experiment, whatever it’s meant to prove or disapprove, influences and determines how matter “shows up and behaves”. The consciousness of the individual enters into matter, influencing it with its thoughts about it, and stimulates it into new forms with new properties and behaviors. The individual viewing an event, and the event itself as it appears to the viewer, are a part of the “same thing”. The mind literally produces the results it wants to or has an intention and expectation for. This is why several different quantum physicists (or scientists of any kind) all conducting similar experiments will come to different conclusions. Where the only way to really know if something is real or not, is if two or more people “appear to be seeing” the same thing. And even when they do appear to be seeing the same thing, it’ll vary to some degree based on the paradigm of each individual which is what’s forming their perception, interpretation and experience of it.

Understanding the true relationship between mind and matter allows us to understand the true nature of Alchemy where we realize that the only way to change how the outer world appears to us, is by changing ourselves. If it still appears the same, it’s because nothing has actually changed in terms of our paradigm or mental and emotional state. Likewise, we can’t really change others in the direct sense of the idea, but by changing ourselves, we change how they appear to us and how they affect us. It’s only by changing our thoughts that we change our reality as a correspondence. The way to tell when you’re truly growing, developing new aspects of yourself, and transforming by altering your vibration, is due to the fact that you start looking at things differently, seeing something different in the same thing, and the way the outer world and others appear to you starts changing accordingly. As long as we hold the same frequency based on the same beliefs, values, preferences, memories, and thematic life story, the outer world appears stagnate and methodical. Nothing changes. By changing our mind, we change ourselves and how we perceive (create) others and our life. So in this way, we are definitely the one producing our perception and experience of reality. All of life as we are capable of knowing it is a personal creation of a common theme.

Dr. Linda Gadbois       

Integrative Mind-Body Health Consultant and Spiritual Mentor

 

The Power of the Spoken Word – Vibration, Harmonic Resonance, and the Holographic Principle

All “sound” as vibration has a pattern inherent in it as well as a creative or formative power commonly referred to as a “self-organizing mechanism”. As we speak a word, the meaning of the word becomes a living form within our imagination. As we produce a vibration through thought and speech, we act to awaken that same vibration in everything around us that’s of the same nature as a compatible frequency by resonating with it. As we energetically stimulate everything within near proximity of us we awaken and call forth the same qualities in everything around us that we’re actively expressing, and together, produce a joint reality of the same nature (pattern). As we speak, both internally as thought and externally as speech, we create the material reality as the meaning of our words. All words have shapes, images, and scenario’s associated with them that naturally form in the imagination as we hear them. Thoughts as internal dialogue forms the reality of our thoughts in our imagination as a kind of metaphorical pattern, that then becomes the perceptual lens we look through in order to create a  corresponding outer reality. Vibration has a self-organizing mechanism inherent within it that shapes matter as light-essence (astral light) into patterns that are then animated with a life-force energy.

Every object is associated with an element of Nature and has a particular rate of vibration. The Element of Air, which is the unification of Fire (life-force as Will) and Water (Substance and sensation), represents “thought” as invisible forms that exist throughout the atmosphere (ether) as archetypes, deities, elementals, nature spirits, daemons, and so on. These thought-forms as a vibratory frequency that’s first created within us, are then projected and fluently propagate throughout the atmosphere around us, connecting us to the corresponding powers of the words we’re vibrating. A “power” or “force” can be thought of as an invisible entity that has distinct attributes and qualities that serve to shape physical characteristics that have a natural mindset and behaviors in them as “operations” of a specialized nature. We experience them as psychological and emotional states that we absorb and assimilate that change how we feel and think. They change how we’re being and sensing ourselves and give us “specialized powers” as a result. All behavior as a function and operation of some sort results from a particular state of mind. What we feel, perceive, focus on, think about, form emotions out of, and ultimately “do”, results from our state-of-mind or mood as a natural byproduct. Vibration that’s produced internally or absorbed from an external source is what forms, regulates, and maintains our state of mind.

Whatever we think and speak, we are literally shaping as a reality both internally and externally. As we shape it internally we then project and transmit it externally calling forth the same reality as a metaphorical pattern in everything around us. As we vibrate a certain pattern as our state of mind, we alter everything around us to be of that same state and type of reality. As we communicate with others we form the same type of reality in their mind based on the words we use to express an idea, and as they call forth a similar reality in their mind, we begin vibrating in harmony as a joint-reality of the same nature. Thought as words “taken into the mind” undergo a process of adaptation and modification that turns them into a detailed and believable reality in a matter of seconds and act to instantly alter the vibratory state of the mind through its induction and integration. Once an idea is concentrated on and imagined as an “actual reality” it becomes a natural part of our thoughts. The seed has been “planted” so to speak, and is growing, and continues to grow each time we revisit it and continue thinking about it. Thought imagined as a reality is the natural faculty of the mind that serves to shape our material world as our perception of it.

The Nature of Vibration

All objects exist as a definite plane and possess a different and unique rate of vibration. The more complex a being is (multidimensional) the greater its “range” of vibration as a frequency, the simpler its consciousness, the smaller the range. All mass is composed of infinity smaller forms of mass that are held together as a single unit that moves and operates in unison, by vibrating together. Resonance forms adherence as coherence. What vibrates together stays together. All form is created by the frequency vibrating it. Vibration also contains “mental and emotional states” that give the form its characteristics and properties, which determines how it behaves and functions. What “type of operations” as a creative process it acts to naturally produce through its vibratory state.

It’s not the speaking of the words themselves that are formative, but rather “how” they’re spoken. Reality is shaped in the imagination by the “quality of consciousness” (passion, excitement, fear, etc.) as an emotional state that forms the tone, rhythm, and emphasis. The emotional component associated with an idea is the motivating force that shapes it into the reality of the emotion. All reality is both an expression of the emotion and one that acts to produce or give us more of the same emotion through the experience of it. The same reality or set of circumstances can be thought of in a way that makes it either humorous, sincere, sad, exciting, or melancholy, all based on perspective we take and “how” we think about it. In communication for example, we know that the words spoken only make up around 7% of what being communicated, while the tone and quality of voice makes up 38%, and body language or physiology makes up 55%. The same “type of reality” can be imagined that creates entirely different “experiences”. It’s not the reality itself as an imagined idea formed from words, but how that idea sets the stage for creating a particular type of experience, which is determined by the emotion married to it.

Harmonic Resonance

Words are not merely spoken, they’re “intoned” or “vibrated”, and in doing so form harmonic resonance with everything around us. Any object vibrating strong enough, with intensity or a strong emotional quality, and an object nearby that share the same vibratory rate will begin vibrating in harmony with each other. This occurs in both the “unseen world” of pure thought as “speaking words internally” producing imaginary realities, and outwardly in the “seen” world by speaking those same words, producing an obvious reaction in others. We’re always influencing others all around us by any form of “intense thinking”. This is easy to realize by the fact that as we approach someone or come into near proximity of someone who just had an intense experience and is continuing to think about it and relive it in their mind, we can “sense it” and feel the emotion of it just by being in their presence. We’re always communicating subliminally through emotional influence as a state of mind, just by what we’re feeling and thinking at any given moment.

Our mind is a field of information organized energetically into mental structures that emanate quite some distance from our body. As our mind (oscillating field of energy) comes into contact with another mind, sympathetic resonance takes place and we act to stimulate each other by “vibrating” each other, awakening in us the same feelings and associated ideas. When we stay in the presence of someone for an extended period of time, we begin vibrating in harmony as a coherent system. We become “alike” based on how we act “on” each other to stimulate and vibrate each other. Our thoughts and feelings serve to seed the mind and imagination, and likewise, they seed ours, just through the nature of the interaction, which is ultimately energetic in nature.

Vibration has dual properties as sound an image, audio and visual. As we vibrate a word which has an image as a pattern inherent in it, we simultaneously form in our imagination the reality or physical form of the words. As we communicate with others, they listen, take in what we’re saying, and imagine the reality of it in their own associated ideas and memories. If they have similar ideas, interests, perspective, and memories, they relate to us, forming harmony with us, and if they don’t, they fail to relate to us and are repelled by us (not attracted or interested). Through this basic process of resonance, sympathetic induction, and coherence, as the spoken word that we absorb and use to create an internal reality that alters our vibration through the imagining an incorporation of it, we develop our mental paradigm as the structure of our overall vibration that serves to produce all of our perceptions, thoughts and feelings, as what we call a basic form of learning.

Sympathetic Induction and Coherence

As we absorb ideas as words, think about them forming them into an internal concept, metaphor, or reality, we turn them into a form of memory as an association to that idea, or as a possible way to create it as an experience of reality. As we accept ideas into our mind, and form them into internal realities as our own personalized version of the idea, we integrate them, upgrading and modifying our model, and program ourselves with them as a result. We turn a natural and objective idea as a form of archetype or metaphor into a form of virtual memory that the subconscious uses as a template or thematic pattern for producing as an outer reality. It does this by first forming it as a part of our perceptual lens and filtering system that allows us to readily see that idea in a variety of ways in the elements of our environment through the same energetic principle used to produce the imagined thought, as a vibratory pattern that “organizes” the appearance of the outer to match the idea created in the inner world. A shift in vibration as a state that acts to “organize” astral light (starlight) into patterns as physical forms, also organize light (photons) as matter so it takes on a “different appearance” to the person (mental state) viewing it and energetically interacting with it.

The mind is a living and dynamic field of highly structured information that’s always fluctuating and morphing according to changes in state or mood, or through the incorporation and assimilation of new ideas. The mind is the interactive formative force that influences the shape and appearance matter takes on. How a material object “appears” is based on and always changing according to the mind observing it. All form exists as different levels of vibration unique to that form. All reality is multidimensional in nature and exists as an infinite number of varying frequencies in their “potential state” as possibilities that are metaphorical or thematic in nature. These smaller frequencies as fields of information make up a greater field of vibration within an even larger frequency that instantly shifts or moves to the same level as the mind perceiving it. As we perceive something we resonate with it, enter into it energetically, altering its state to form coherence as vibratory harmony.

Attention, Perception, and State of Mind

The mind is constantly influencing everything around it through its vibratory frequency, and likewise, is being influenced by everything around it. We are not in fact separate from our environment, but rather the one that’s acting to create it. Attention is an antagonistic force that directs consciousness as the projection of life-force energy “into” whatever it’s focused on. Our mood as our state of mind determines what we focus on, think about, what emotions we create and experience, and how we see and experience the outer world. The material world changes how it appears based on our mood. The observer, and the object being observed, are “a part of” the same event or reality. The mind determines how astral light of the material plane organizes itself into patterns with distinct attributes, qualities, and characteristics. This doesn’t mean that the material object itself changes (though it may), but rather what’s emphasized and brought out in an active state, and what recedes and returns to a latent state are altered as a means of forming coherence with the mind, shifting in how it appears and is seen by the mind.

So our thoughts as words spoken internally while imagined as a reality of some kind, literally not only produce our perception and experience of reality, but acts to constantly influence everything around it of the same nature through a form of subliminal transmission and transference that’s constantly being absorbed by our environment and acting to reorganize it to match our inward perception of it. By introducing new thoughts as internally spoken words that form new versions of reality, we alter and modify the vibration of our paradigm, changing accordingly how we see the outer world. Just as in a paradigm shift, where all of the sudden we instantly get something we couldn’t see before, and by suddenly seeing it in a perspective we can understand, it becomes a natural part of our everyday perception from that point on. Change the mind as conceptualized thoughts and you simultaneously change the reality that it acts to naturally produce. Once we can see an idea clearly, we see it as an inherent part of our everyday reality. Our perception is formed by a filtering system that’s used to filter out whatever doesn’t match our paradigm (frequency) so we only “see” (conceive of) what does match.

The Power of Thought – Archetypes and the Holographic Principle

All reality, in the most basic sense of the idea, is a product of the “spoken word”, both silently and outwardly as actual sound. We literally “call forth” and act to shape and produce our reality by how we think and speak. Thoughts form the basis for all speech. What we speak outwardly is the summation of what we think inwardly. Most people believe that their thoughts are produced by their reality as their life conditions, and what they speak is just recognizing the nature of their reality and what happened to them as a form of neutral commentary or accurate reporting. Yet, in fact, the opposite is true. Their reality is the way it is because of how they think about it and perceive it, and what they talk about is the story they’ve formed out of it that not only calls it forth in their sphere of consciousness, keeping it active and expressing, but also creates and shares that same experience with others by forming the reality of what we talk about with them in their imagination also. The story we tell about our life, first to ourselves, then to others, is how we interpreted the events of our life to give them meaning as a way of understanding them. Out of the meaning we give events we form our story as how we created our experience of them.

All outer events are in fact neutral and objective in nature and form the basis for our personal creation in a way that makes them subjective. This follows the same principle of creation on a larger scale where we take an archetype of some kind as a universal theme and idea, and we use it to create a personalized version that’s of a unique and variable nature. Just as an idea exists as a “field of information” in its potential state, containing the information necessary to produce an infinite number of variations of the same idea by selecting only certain aspects (that are congruent with us) then reorganizing them into a new pattern as the expression of one possibility. All of reality is comprised of universal archetypes that can be arranged in an infinite number of ways to produce an infinite number of possibilities for the same overall theme or idea. Each person viewing the same objective event or situation, will create a unique experience of it based on their past conditioning and culmination of memories. Each one will select different aspects of it that they notice and abstract (pull out) that they then embellish and use to create a whole idea (holographic principle) out of.

This is very easy to understand when you get together with friends and family, and together recall a memory of an event you were all a part of, and realize that everyone experienced it differently and took away a whole different story and memory of it than you did. Likewise, the same person will often tell a different story about the same memory based on what mood they’re in and what they’re associating it with as the reason for recalling it. Our mood determines what aspect of any situation we focus on, abstract or pull out and organize in a way that forms a new and varied experience of it. Each time we recall a memory we alter it slightly through a form of adaptation to our current stage of life and maturity, the mood we’re in when recalling it, and what we’re associating it with as a means of giving it the same meaning, which modifies it to some extent. Often, by the time we become adults our memories of our childhood don’t even resemble the actual event because of how we’ve changed them by thinking about them while in different states and by applying or associating them with different situations that were of a similar although different nature.

       Probably the most basic way to begin working directly on and with ourselves to change our reality is by learning how to step into a “witnessing perspective” and “watch our own thoughts” while detaching from them and not trying to change them or justify them somehow. Observe your own thought processes and the story you’re always telling yourself about things as a way of describing, explaining, and making sense of them, and simply become aware of them. All natural transformation occurs when we simply become aware of what we were previously unaware of. By making conscious what’s operating in our life unconsciously, we can begin “catching ourselves” (becoming aware) when we’re naturally “doing it”, and in that moment of awareness, we realize we have a choice.

In the same manner, begin listening to yourself as you speak. You do this by simply talking to someone normally about something in your natural state, then, again, stepping outside of yourself momentarily, taking on a second person perspective where you’re listening to yourself as another person would, detached emotionally from what you’re saying, and just allow yourself to realize what you have a tendency to say. Listen to the reality of what you’re saying, realize “who you become” because of what you’re saying, the story you’re always in the process of telling as a theme, and what it “means” about you. Don’t judge yourself, try to correct or deny anything, just become aware of what it is. I won’t say any more about this process because the results come from the experience of it, you have to actually do it, and then you’ll know the effect it produces.

 Summary

Words as vibration contain patterns as the ideas that shape reality as thoughts in the imagination. This imagined sensory reality stimulates (vibrates) an emotional response to the initial idea that serves to intensify it and shapes how we “experience” our thoughts. Words spoken as a formula (sentences, paragraphs, stories, etc.) internally as thought or internal dialogue, alter the vibratory frequency (model) of our mind which acts as our “perceptual lens” as a filtering system we “look through” to see that same idea (as a theme or metaphor) in the external world. Our perceptual lens, which is formed by the idea as a vibration which has an inherent “self-organizing mechanism”, reorganizes the elemental phenomena of our material reality, changing how it “appears” to us. We literally “form and call forth” (awaken, activate, and bring out) the reality of our thoughts. We project our thoughts onto others and our environment, seeing in them only what exists first in us, vibrating it and bringing it out in an active and expressive state, and then form our experiences out of it.

Whatever we talk about, which is the outward expression of composed inner thoughts, we plant as seeds in the imagination of others, where they form the same imagined ideas that provide them with the necessary template or formula for working cooperatively with us to participate in co-creating that same reality. We give people the realities we want them to see by how we talk to them and what kind of stories we tell through the persona we employ. Change how you think and feel and your entire world will change accordingly. Learn how to tell a new kind of story, and you’ll stimulate in everything else and act to call forth the reality of that story. Listen to yourself think and talk, and ask yourself . . . is this what I want to continue creating?

Dr. Linda Gadbois  

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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The Soul as the Subconscious Mind and the Holographic Nature of Reality

The mind exists as a unified being that’s dual in nature. The mind exists as a fundamental paradox that’s both local and non-local. It exists within a body and as part of the outer environment in which the body lives, and forms experiences of itself “as” a body. The primordial mind forms both the individual and the species that the individual exists as a part of. We always have the single being and the multitude as polar opposites of the same mind that creates both. The mind in its primary state exists as both the particle (individual) and the wave (the entire environment in which the individual lives) simultaneously, with the particle being but one potential contained within the wave of infinite potential. The mind of the individual is also the mind of the outer environment in which it lives and exists as being of the same nature and formed with the same characteristics.

Mass consciousness of an entire Eco-system, exists as the collective unconsciousness of a species as what we call “instinct” and automated consciousness, or tribal knowledge, as a group or universal mind, and on a smaller scale forms the collective memories of the individual. All of life, and the mind that produces and perceives it, is comprised of various types and levels of memory. Memory as a form of instinctual or automated function and behaviors, is what we create our experiences out of, that generates and produces more of the same type of memories. The law of regeneration forms the self-perpetuating evolution of the individual, the species they’re associated with, and the mass consciousness they participate in populating. Memory of the soul resonates with the genetic memory of the body, and together as a combination of shared memory, structure the body to be of the same nature as the soul which inhabits it (becomes one with it) as its vehicle for creating experiences of itself within the material realm of its own creation, developing or shaping itself through or by way of unique variations of the same basic idea.

Memory, which is inherent as the basis (structured model) for the subconscious mind, genetic characteristics of the body, and the soul, all bond together (become one and effect each other) by absorbing into each other (sympathetic induction), because they’re of the same vibratory frequency or nature, and therefore resonate with each other. The mind acts as the vehicle for the soul as the mental paradigm formed from the memories of the soul which “charge it”, organizing it into a dynamic model of interwoven and interlaced frequencies that are congruent, and together form a cohesive and consistent outer material reality, and a  material body that’s located within the outer reality. The soul as the mind, exists in duality as both the inner (particle) and the outer (wave). The mind is a living energy field of pure intelligence as accumulated memory that completely produces all aspects of the material world, that it then lives in as a way of experiencing itself as located within a specific place and time, and shapes itself by way of those experiences. The soul as the mind, follows and operates by way of the same laws on different scales and “levels of reality”. Just as we have a universal mind, we also have the collective mind of the Earth, the group mind of a tribe or community, of a family unit and bloodline, and of an individual who lives and functions within the same mind at different levels or degrees of shared consciousness.

The subconscious mind is the level of the mind we share with all of Nature, and especially of the plant and animal kingdom, which are living biological systems that grow, develop, and produce natural behaviors out of “instinct” that’s automated in nature and governed by the Sun, Moon, and heavenly bodies through cycles and natural processes conducted by invisible forces. The Earth itself is a living entity with a soul and mind (energy field as the atmosphere), as collective archetypal (universal) memory that produces and gives life to everything that lives within and by way of it. All of life on Earth is governed by the Natural Laws of the material plane, which form a direct correspondence to Universal Laws that govern the entire universe, being played out on a smaller scale and as a unique variation of life forms based on the evolutionary flow that stems from new combinations of memory and intelligence (DNA), which act together to form unique characteristics that evolve life based on unique formulas that endow it with specialized traits, tendencies, and degrees of consciousness. All of life on the material plane is produced by the soul of the Earth as its consciousness and electromagnetic energy field, which is populated with memory as the instinctual field that produces and determines all of life that is born, lives, and sustained within it. All of the plant and animal kingdom only possess the subconscious faculty of the mind, and has no will of creative ability of its own, and is governed strictly and completely by the subconscious impulses that produce natural and automatic behaviors. They are a part of a group soul and collective unconscious as the mind of the Earth, also known as the morphogenetic field of archetypal or holographic memory.

Humans are born into the Natural world with not only a subconscious mind that we share in common with all of nature through our mammalian body, but also with the “self-conscious” mind as a latent faculty that’s systematically birthed by the subconscious mind and becomes active during puberty and adolescence, but also with the “higher mind and soul” that has creative abilities through the higher faculty of the imagination and will. These higher, creative capacities give us the ability to not only self-create, but also create the “environment” in which we live and thereby create ourselves within, or as an inherent part of that environment. Humans have an individual soul while also partaking in the group soul of the family and species, and directly effects and alters the outer environment by changing how it appears to them. The outer environment of the material plane is a product of the soul or mind as consciousness that shapes it through its “perception of it”. The consciousness of the willful and creative mind, enters into a direct relationship with matter (light substance) and reorders it to match the model or patterning of the mind that’s observing it. As we place our attention on something, we literally “enter into it” energetically (in spirit), and cause it to morph and change in its appearance to match our mental model (vibratory frequency) which serves to recompose it through resonance. Because we are creative and can shape imaginary realities in our mind’s eye as holographic images, and replay memories repeatedly by dwelling in them, we create “thought-forms” which act as archetypes as a form of virtual reality, that literally “populate” and propagate through the mind field of the Earth

The mind is electromagnetic in nature, and acts to influence the outer reality to form it according to the inner reality. Through polarity, the outer is produced or recomposed as the complementary opposite of the inner or subconscious mind, which is the aspect of the mind that is also a part of the environment or informational field of Nature. We literally rearrange (change how it appears) the material substance (light) of the outer world to match our “inner world”, which is formed by the experiences we create in the outer world, which then becomes the memory as programming that makes up our “model of the world” as our energetic frequency. There’s a perpetual motion of “cause and effect” going on all the time between the inner and the outer, as well as between the universal and the individual.  Vibration structures light substance (photons as astral light) into patterns as material forms that make up what we imagine or perceive as the “outer world”, which exists as the complementary opposite of the “inner world” that’s producing it, which then acts “on it” by stimulating it internally. We first project and produce the outer world as the polar opposite of the inner world which then acts to produce the inner world as the complementary opposite of the outer, which creates a self-perpetuating system of “stimulus – response”, as vibration on a larger scale moving between poles of opposites. We’re always acting “on ourselves” through different levels and degrees of consciousness to create ourselves and our experiences of life.

The subconscious mind as the electromagnetic energy field of the body, is centered to the core of the body and flows outward in a toroidal field of alternating and rotating electric (projecting) and magnetic (attractive) impulses, that extend outward quite some distance from the body, interacting with the electromagnetic mind fields of everything else, and through resonance as interference patterns, brings out and makes prominent some aspects, while other aspects recede and fade into the background unnoticed, changing the general appearance to a specialized version as the creation of the subconscious mind creating it. Through a process of attraction (drawing out or in) and repulsion (pushing away or eliminating), we reform the material world to match and be “like us”, to be of the same nature as we are. What’s of the same nature as we are in the outer environment becomes amplified and enhanced, and what’s not becomes canceled out and ceases to exist (for us). What we call the “outer world” is the result of an interference pattern which creates a hologram, represented in Sacred Geometry as the Dyad, which is the “womb of the universe” in which all material reality emerges, first as an inner reality shaped in the imagination or mind’s eye (triad), that’s then reflected downward and outward (looked through), forming another triangle that’s diametrically opposed (polar), that together form a diamond or square, the symbol of the material world as the Tetrad. This model demonstrates how the material world is formed through an interference pattern (where it interferes with itself (same frequency) in everything else), as the outer being produced as the polar opposite of the inner. This interference pattern merges two complementary frequencies forming a new pattern (vibration) through coherence, creates a hologram as a form of virtual reality that’s similar to a dream as “reliving a memory” in the imagination.

The subconscious mind is the mind of the material plane, and is what literally produces it through the act of “perceiving it”. As we perceive, we interpret, as we interpret we rearrange it to form a new composition as a personalized version of a universal theme. The subconscious mind as the lower, materialistic, animal-mind is what forms the illusion as a dream of the outer world, and the Higher mind as the creative, self-aware mind, or human soul (the soul exists on 3 planes and levels simultaneously), is what forms the template as an archetype or memory for the subconscious mind to produce as an outer reality, then perceives and experiences itself through its own projections. What we call the self-aware mind of the body (brain consciousness) is largely unaware of the hidden aspects of the subconscious mind which is what’s producing its outer perception of reality and all of its natural behaviors within that reality. By realizing that our subconscious mind is producing our outer perception of reality, we can come to realize the hidden content of our subconscious mind because it’s what’s producing our life experiences without our direct awareness. Because of this basic lack of self-awareness on the part of the “self-aware mind” (brain consciousness or local mind), we experience the outer world as being separate from us and “happening to us” from the outside and beyond our control.

Whatever we “react to” or feel a connection with in our outer world and others, shows us our polar and complementary aspects that acts to stimulate us by vibrating us. Complementary opposites as negative (feminine) and positive (masculine) extremes of the same idea or frequency, act on each other, creating a cohesive reality as a relationship and interaction with our unknown and hidden aspects (ones we lack awareness of and don’t own or feel we have) in another. Through this interaction of complementary opposites of known and unknown aspects of ourselves, we form our experience of reality through a story we tell ourselves about it, where we play a certain role in that story, and shape ourselves by how we sense ourselves through that role, that “means” something about us, and makes us into a certain type of person. We only “become” by contrasting and relating to others and our circumstances. The personality of the subconscious mind which forms all of our natural behaviors and ways of being, while also forming our outer reality as our perception and interpretation, births and gives rise to our ego or identity which is formed as an association and relationship with itself in its environment. The ego, as our identity is one aspect of ourselves, is formed from the material world, as another aspect of ourselves. One aspect of ourselves is always acting on the other aspect of ourselves as the means of shaping ourselves by way of our own, self-produced experiences. The One, separates from itself and creates the illusion of itself as another, in order to experience itself as something specific.

Karma, as memory that forms our mental paradigm, is a product of the subconscious mind of the soul and the genetic memory of the bloodline, which are always compatible and of the same nature and frequency, and together produce our entire experience of life as a perception of reality. In this way we repeat patterns by living out of the same vibratory frequencies as dynamic patterns that literally shape our outer reality and natural behaviors, tendencies, temperament, attitude, and ultimately our identity as the role we play in our own self-made story as a perception and experience of what we call “reality”. The material world, which is comprised of particles as clusters of photons (light) held together in spinning patterns by invisible forces, is not fixed, permanently formed, or stagnate. It’s a shimmering luster of constantly changing forms that shape-shift according to the mind interacting with it into new and varied holographic patterns, creating the appearance or illusion of being solid.

All form is created by a rate and mode of vibration. All vibration exists as a frequency that’s a scale or range of vibration that resonates (acts to excite or vibrate) with the same frequency in everything else. One pattern as a frequency interacts with another pattern of the same frequency, or within near proximity of its frequency, and merge into each other through the outer field of the mind, and interfere (change by causing a reaction) with that same frequency in another, rearranging it based on shared and compatible qualities, while counteracting and subduing ones that are not shared in common. Together they form a new harmonious pattern that alters the vibration of both, forming a new vibration as a variable pattern, that’s then acted out in a dynamic fashion to co-create a shared reality through a cooperative effort that both participate in by playing a complementary role in the same story as a thematic idea. Karma is the memory created and acquired from all previous self-created experiences that serve as the basis for creating more of the same type of reality while employing the same type of perceptions, behaviors, and activities. We enter into a karmic relationship with anyone who vibrates at the same frequency, shares the same dynamic patterning, and cooperates in creating the same type of reality as a theme by playing out the behavioral dynamic of that reality as a drama or story in which both play opposite and complementary roles.

The entire material world as we know it is created, operated, and sustained as a projection and injection of the mind. Vibration organizes light as particles into clusters as a pattern or hologram (3-D pattern) that structures both the outward reality (as a field of potential) and the inward reality. All of life and energy exists in polarity as complementary opposites of the same level and degree of consciousness. This field of energy as consciousness, is electromagnetic (masculine and feminine) in nature and flows as a circular, donut shaped respiratory pattern or torus of alternating currents. Electric emanating outward, magnetic circling back around and pulling back into its center. This circular flow of energy is comprised of two interlaced spheres that rotate in opposite directions forming a spiral, which rearranges matter into the same pattern as an outer reality that’s the complementary polar opposite of the inner reality. The outer is produced by the inner, and the inner is produced by the outer, as a “stimulus-response”, where the response then becomes the stimulus, forming a perpetual motion of equilibrium that’s self-produced and sustained.

Our mind as our electromagnetic field of intelligence or formula of specialized information, only “sees” in the outer environment what’s of the same nature and likeness as itself, and remakes (organizes) it accordingly, causing it to appear a certain way. This doesn’t mean that anything not of the same vibration doesn’t exist, it simply means it recedes to the background, providing a subdued setting, which for the most part goes completely unnoticed. How things appear to us as our perception of it, forms our reality. All reality as we know it is “subjective” in nature. And while we know there is an “objective reality” as shared consciousness and Nature, we’re only truly able to experience it as subjective because we’re perceiving it through our mind which alters it through the very act of perceiving it, making us subject to it. It’s only by changing our “mind” as an alignment between our conscious and subconscious mind, which is done by “reprogramming” the subconscious, that we change our self and our experience of life.

Our outer reality is coherent with our inner reality and reflects back to us the content of our subconscious mind, which we are largely unaware of. The masculine aspect of the mind perceives and shapes itself through the outer world, which is produced and maintained by the feminine, inner aspect of the subconscious mind. The feminine subconscious mind, births the masculine self-conscious mind, and provides the outer reality through which it shapes itself by forming an image of itself as the ego, which is based on and formed out of its material existence. This is represented by the symbol of the Madonna as Mother and Son. This is one of the symbolic significance’s of Christ always being accompanied by his mother, who created, nurtured, and sustained him. Together, the feminine and the masculine form both the inner and outer world whereby they form a unified identity as a single soul or being of “one heart and mind”, also known in Alchemy as the Divine Union or Chemical (energetic) Marriage.

Dr. Linda Gadbois

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