New Movie- Your Life, Your Creation

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New Movie- Your Life, Your Creation

This is a link to a great movie designed to show the power of using “The Field” in creating your own reality. It features several very well-respected authors in this line of study- Gregg Braden, Dr. Bruce Lipton, , Marianne Williamson and Lynne McTaggart, to name a few.

This is a general description:

This documentary presents tools that you can begin to use today. If you apply these tools consciously and with the sincere intention of improving your life, you will be able to achieve results that you have considered impossible to create so far.

“Your Life, Your Creation” has the most current information on science and spirituality that will help you to manifest your goals and desires. You will finally feel that you’re in charge of your life.

Abundance is the divine right with which we came to this world. The universe is abundant in energy and vibration. Quantum physics together with the power of the mind and emotions allow you to access this vibration. Remember you can create the reality you want to live.

Check it out! It will change your life!

Manifestation Classes

I would like to share that I am organizing a class on how to manifest things in your life. This class would initially be offered in the Annapolis, Maryland area, which is about 30 miles east of Washington DC. This three-hour class is comprised of two parts. I would first discuss all of the relevant literature which proves the existence of a universal force which is shaped by our thinking. Scientists in quantum physics are coming up with more and more experiments which prove that this is indeed how the universe works. We are all in control of what happens to us. There are also a number of experiments which have been conducted by those who are not scientists but the experiments are nonetheless very convincing.

In addition, I would discuss a basic manifestation method which I have developed for use in my own life. It has worked quite well and really gets results. This is obviously something which gets perfected over time. I would like to share this information with the public at large so that they will see that one can control their own environment. This is especially useful for those who have unusual challenges in their lives.

More information will be shared as it becomes available. I would also like to offer this as a webinar in the future in order to reach as many people as possible.

Science Proves We Create Our Reality

I am re-posting this blog entry by Pam Grout, author of E Squared and E-Cubed, published by Hay House. Science is clearly showing that our thoughts create our reality.

“Don’t know if you saw yesterday’s New York Times. But I’m wahooing and fist-bumping because the prestigious scientific journal Nature just published a huge study proving one of the principals I talk about in my books.

As you can imagine, not just everybody buys into the fact that things over here (say our thoughts) influence things over there.

But scientists at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands just proved one of quantum theory’s fundamental claims. Namely, that objects separated by great distance instantaneously affect each other’s behavior. Kinda a big blow to Isaac Newton and old-school physics.

Although these kind of non-local experiments have been going on since the 70’s (I wrote about Bell’s Theorem in E-Squared), there were still some nay-sayers pointing to loopholes. This new experiment, conducted by physicists at the Dutch university’s Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, ruled out all hidden variables and pretty much substantiates the weird quantum world formed from subatomic particles, a world where matter takes form ONLY after being observed and measured.

The Delft researchers entangled two electrons, separated them by nearly a mile and then measured the spin. They used diamonds with a tiny trap for the electrons and then placed them on opposite sides of the campus, ensuring that the information could not be exchanged by any other means. Well, guess what?

The electrons changed spins simultaneously. As Princeton physics professor John Wheeler famously said, “It’s one of the deep, happy mysteries that, at all times, we interact with and influence the world we observe.”

Why would we observe it any way except with big love and joyous gratitude?”

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and its equally-scintillating sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

Davidji, Meditation Master

Check out this great blog by Davidji, formerly of the Chopra Center and now a meditation master with two books to his credit.


More Evidence That We Create Our Own Lives

Before I go on to discuss how I learned to manifest by “re-wiring” my brain, I would like to go into some detail on some of the writings which led to my wholeheartedly accepting the fact that we literally create our own experiennces minute-by-minute.

In The Biology of Belief by Dr. Bruce Lipton, it is noted that individuals missing significant sections of their brain can live completely normal and happy lives with no detrimental effects. Dr. Lipton quotes a finding by a British neurologist by the name of Dr. John Lorber involving a very intelligent university student who had earned various honors and lived a normal social life but was found to be missing several centimeters of his cerebral cortex. There is obviously more to man than just the tissue inside one’s skull!


Dr. Lipton goes on to quote Mahatma Gandhi when it comes to the power of thought and positive thinking:


“Your beliefs become your thoughts

Your thoughts become your words

Your words become your actions

Your actions become your habits

Your habits become your values

Your values become your destiny”


Gregg Braden writes in his work, The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits that it is impossible to simply watch something without becoming involved with it. The very act of observing anything ties us to whatever it is that we are watching and that we are therefore participants in everything that goes on around us.


The idea that our thoughts and actions influence the world around us is a core tenet of both Gregg Braden’s works. Mr. Braden writes that, “Experiments show that the focus of our attention changes reality itself and suggest that we live in an interactive universe.”


Furthermore, Mr. Braden writes that scientific experiments and literature points to a shared field of energy to which we are all connected. “The universe, our world, and our bodies are made of a shared field of energy that was scientifically recognized in the 20th century and is now identified by names that include the field, the quantum hologram, the mind of God, nature’s mind, and the Divine Matrix.”


Another book by Gregg Braden, Deep Truth, discusses the advantage that the above knowledge imparts upon us. He states that by knowing we select our own future and by knowing who we are gives us an evolutionary advantage that humanity’s ancestors never had. With this knowledge in hand we can tip the scales in our favor for a better future.

Physical Changes That Come With Meditation

On an anecdotal basis, most meditators would probably agree that a daily meditation practice induces feelings of relaxation and well-being. What is less obvious is how meditation actually affects one’s brain structure and ways of reacting to the world. It has been said that a regular meditation practice will actually change one’s inner and outer world. This is the opinion of Davidji, formerly the lead instructor at Deepak Chopra’s center in Carlsbad, California and now the author of The Secrets of Meditation (Hay House, 2012). There have also been a number of scientific studies which show that one’s brain structure actually does change in a positive way.

The purpose of meditation is to obtain a quiet state of mind and to disconnect from activity. Most of us are flooded with thousands of thoughts per day. In order to achieve this state, meditation gets us to the point where we are connected to a place of stillness. We are able to reach this state by quieting our thoughts. This is accomplished in several different ways. One of these is the repetition of a particular phrase, or mantra, again and again in order to distract the mind from common, everyday thoughts. Another method is referred to as mindfulness, where thinking focuses on one object. Still another method involves visualizing a scenario which is conducive to relaxation, such as a beach scene or various forms of light or sound.

The Hindu Vedas contain some of the earliest written mentions of meditation, although it has been suggested that many indigenous cultures have engaged in meditative practices through chanting, drumming, and even gazing into campfires. In the 6th and 5th centuries BCE, a number of references to meditation are made in documents from Taoist China and India. In the 12th century, Sufism had incorporated many practices of meditation, including chanting. What is referred to as “secular” meditation had arrived in the United States by the 1960s, emphasizing stress reduction and relaxation.

A study published in the November, 2012 issue of Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, entitled “Stress Reduction in the Secondary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease” ( by Schneider, Grim, Rainforth, Gaylord-King, Nidich, Salerno, Kotchen, Kotchen, and Alexander showed that meditation has positive effects on health. In this study, 201 people with coronary heart disease were assigned one of two tasks: to either take a health class which focused on diet and exercise or take a class on Transcendental Meditation. Researchers followed up with participants over the following five year period. The results clearly showed the positive benefits of meditation, with those meditating experiencing a 48% reduction in risk for heart attack, stroke, and death.

A 2/29/12 article in Frontiers in Neuroscience magazine, by Luders, Kurth, Mayer, Toga, Narr, and Gaser, “The Unique Brain Anatomy of Meditation Practitioners: Alterations in Cortical Gyrification” shows that actual brain structure is changed through meditation. This article points out that meditation has been known to affect several cortical regions in the brain. Gyrification is the folding of cortical matter in the brain and strongly affects its geometry. One hundred meditators and controls, carefully matched for gender and age, were examined for this factor. This article can be accessed at: (

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