Consciousness Tool: Matrix Energetics

“Energy is the currency of all interactions in nature. To leave energetic considerations out of the equations of life and medicine is to ignore some 99% of what is happening “James Oschman, Ph.D Biophysicist. Working within the energetic field gives us the opportunity to change our ‘rule set’ on how reality is constructed and transform our world from the inside out. This...
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Symptoms.

Symptoms.   “Symptoms invite us to reconsider our maps, revisit the terrain, revision our journeys, and reconsider our purposes. Finding that the map we have been using is no longer adequate is always disconcerting, even anxiety provoking, but it is the beginning of a process by which we come to a better map, a different terrain, a more considered life.” -James...
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The Geography of Thought: How Asian and Westerners See Things Differently and Why

People do not perceive the world in the same way… The Geography of Thought: How Asian and Westerners See Things Differently and Why People do not perceive the world in the same way, in different parts of the world they don’t even see the same thing. In his work, Richard Nisbett, author of The Geography of Thought: How Asian and Westerners See Things Differently and Why shows the way different...
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Limiting Beliefs limits our Perceived Reality

Perception defines your reality.. you see what you choose to see. “There is a plethora of neurophysiological data suggesting that the nervous system is not capable of taking in everything, but can only scan the outer world for material that it is prepared to find by virtue of its wiring hookups, its own internal patterns and its past experience. The superior colliculus in the midbrain, a nodal...
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Wrongdoing: a Mutual Bondage.

The Art of Forgiveness: G Muller-Fahrenholz (Theologian). In his research Muller-Farenholz considers wrong doing a mutual bondage. It entangles two people in a dance of emotions forever unless another element comes into play. “The perpetrator has stolen power, and the victim has had impotence thrust upon him. For the victim hurt is an impairment of his personhood.” Lynne McTaggart states :...
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