As you probably guessed by now, I am fascinated by exploring all criteria refering to TIME. Einstein, as yo have previously read, is my inspiration. His theory of relativity, does not just apply to one level dimension time space. It goes further. In their book "Timeline Collapse & the Universal Ascencion" E.M. Nicolay and H.L. … Continue reading Time Space Traveling
During the course of sampling and photographing different types of water crystal formations, Dr. Masaro Emoto, an internationally renowned Japanese researcher, came up with a hypothesis. Specifically, that "water shows different shapes of ice crystals, depending on the information it has received" ("The True Power of Water", Emoto, M., 2005,pg. 12). How he arrived to … Continue reading Speaking to water
I had the pleasure to take Dr Newberg lecture last month, while attending the Association for Comprehensive Energy Psychology (ACEP) 2018 International conference. Brain studies are at the very top of scientific inquiry. Not only are we learning how we process, where in the brain we process but what happens while we process content specific … Continue reading He is Andrew Newberg, MD and he is inviting us to have a conversation about what happens to our brain while we seek enlightenment.
About the name “Rigel on Earth” Orion lies in the northern sky, on the celestial equator. It is one of the brightest and best known constellations in the night sky. In the world of mythology, Orion is also known as “The Hunter”. The constellation represents the mythical hunter Orion, who is often depicted in star … Continue reading What’s in a name?
Time, what is it? Not linear, as we mostly perceive it. Not in a calendar either. And Google® is yet to come up with one App that will allow us to place our activities in a multidimensional sphere. So, what is time? Isaac Newton, founder of classical mechanics, based his theses in the concept that … Continue reading Moving forward, standing still, walking into the past, it is all one big 3D+ picture.
Written By: The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica See Article History All Saints’ Day, also called All Hallows’ Day, Hallowmas, or Feast of All Saints, in the Christian church, a day commemorating all the saints of the church, both known and unknown, celebrated on November 1 in the Western churches and on the first Sunday after … Continue reading ALL SAINTS’ DAY
“Most things break instead of transform because they resist. "The quiet miracle of love is that without our interference, it, like water, accepts whatever is tossed or dropped or placed into it, embracing it completely. "Of course, we are human and are easily hurt if not loved back or if loved poorly. But we waste … Continue reading Full Moon
"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven" Matthew 5:16 KJV "O you who have faith! Remember God with frequent remembrance, and glorify Him morning and evening. It is He who blesses you, and so do His angels, that He may … Continue reading Welcome Solstice