I remember going to one of these psychic type energy reading places many (10+) years ago. I’m always up for something new and interesting. I was brought there by a colleague who claimed to have developed some psychic abilities after recovering from a very serious illness. I may have filled out some kind of form, but I’m pretty sure they didn’t have much info on me. I sat in a room in front of 5-6 people, who called out various things there were feeling/sensing/seeing. I recall thinking how random their comments were, and how they could mostly apply to anyone. And then one of the men who seemed to be the most experienced due to the way he was instructing the others said something that struck home. “You have this unexplainable knowing.”
I hadn’t contemplated it much before then, but hearing it out loud felt pivotal. Like something that had hit home as real truth.
I can recall several instances in my life when I’ve just known something was going to happen. Knew it like I knew my own name. Not sure why I knew, but I did.
At a company picnic, I’d been bragging all day that I was going to win the spa trip at the raffle. I just knew it! I’ll never forget the look on the director’s face as he pulled my name out of the bag. He was positive the fix was on somehow. He searched through all the names to make sure mine wasn’t in there more than once. No, I just knew it.
Or another time I heard about another work raffle, the first 10 people to fill out the questionnaire would be in a drawing for the movie tickets. I knew instantly it would be me and filled in the form right away. Of course it was & I just knew.
Then there was the morning of my mother’s big car accident. I was still in high school, and she always woke me for school before she left for work. Usually she’d call my name and I’d wake up, but that morning she had to shake me. The instant she touched my shoulder I knew something was wrong. I didn’t know what. I felt silly. Watching her drive away, I wanted to rush out and stop her. But felt ridiculous because I didn’t know why. When she called me crying less than an hour later having totaled her new car, I wished I’d been brave enough to look stupid. She was pretty banged up, but ultimately OK.
I don’t believe I’m alone in this. I think many of us have that sense of knowing. When something rings true, right, dead on. We humans have a lot of senses we don’t think of as “real”, but they are. Like the feeling of being watched. We’ve all experienced it. You can feel the eyes on you, and you turn and search until you find those very eyes that you knew were there all along.
Now I have a new knowing… a new deep truth. I know how to connect with the universe. I know the language… the emotion… the feeling… the path of inner peace.
I’ve been exploring fascinating discoveries in science that confirm my position that science is not in opposition with faith. That human consciousness can and does have an effect on its environment, and our emotions are the key to it all.
In Gregg Braden’s – The Devine Matrix, he discussesscientific experiments conducted by quantum physicist Dr. Vladamire Poponin that demonstrated what effects our DNA has on light particles (photons). These particles when in a vacuum were organized randomly, but moved into a pattern as soon as human DNA was introduced. AND when the DNA was removed the photons continued to be aligned. Other quantum experiments (completed by the US government) showed DNA samples responding to emotional stimulation, subjected to the human host, over great distances (hundreds of miles) instantaneously. It’s very clear that our human consciousness is designed to have an effect on our environment.
In Braden’s newest book, Human by Design, science has discovered what he calls the “Little Heart in the Brain”. Over 40,000 specialized neurons, that form a communication network within the heart. AND more over they are discovering that the heart may indeed be telling the brain what to do more than the other way around. Plus many documented cases of memories acquired after heart transplants. “It’s more than just a pump.” Here Braden explores how important it is to live a heart centered life of compassion and cooperation, and how learning to develop cohesiveness between the heart and brain function can open a pathway for healing inside the body.
Human by Design delves deep into our unique human genome and how special we really are. It’s a fascinating book!
Then there isDr. Joe Dispenza’s research that is showing remarkable results through meditation, and connecting to the quantum field, by activation of our own sympathetic nervous system. In his book, Becoming Supernatural, he discusses his meditation processes that have helped people cure serious chronic diseases, and prove time and again that we have the power to heal ourselves through consciousness alone. He investigates how the mind’s power, such as in a placebo effect, can be harnessed consciously.
Also very interesting is the video E-Motion,where practitioners have learned how to help people remove emotional scars from the body and relieve patients of years of pain from chronic diseases. In particular Dr. Bradley Nelson’s book The Emotion Code teaches people how to remove emotional blockages on their own.
There’s SO much more I could get lost in here, but what I’m trying to convey most is that science is proving ever day that there’s more to reality than meets the eye. We humans ARE a special design, and we have a special connection to consciousness and this earth.
My choice of connecting is through meditation. Through meditation and heart awareness/consciousness, I’m able to connect to that deep knowing inside myself. Our hearts are indeed more than a pump. Our feeling of Love and especially Gratitude can transform our daily lives in more ways than we can imagine. Gratitude is the language and our emotions are the path. Feel into your Knowing and see where it leads you.