“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer.” – Nassim Haramein, director of research for the Resonance Project. It’s been more than one hundred years since Max Planck, the theoretical physicist who originated quantum theory, which won him the Nobel Prize in Physics, said that he regards “consciousness as fundamental,” that he regards “matter as a derivative from consciousness,” and that “everything we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness.”
A contemplative exploration into the inner essences of creation, the nature of matter, energy, time, space, and the consciousness which witnesses these phenomena. Particle interactions, the motions of stars and planets, the behaviors of neurons within the brain, and the genetic templates of the body-mind systems which contain conscious entities can all be described with code and mathematical laws. Consciousness transcends all of this. Consciousness witnesses the 11 dimensions, the phenomena of matter, energy, time, and space, and the sensations, emotions, and thoughts generated from genetic programming and interactions with three dimensional environments.
One of the greatest gifts Nature gave you was the power of free will. This power was made possible through the Law of Free Will. This law of the Universe gives you the ability to make your own choices that are free from the control of fate. Even though you have the ability to make your own choices, the power of your free will does have certain limitations due to your current state of consciousness.
The Tree of Life is often believed to be a symbol of knowledge, power, enlightenment, immortality and life. It has been talked about in religion, science, philosophy and mythology for millennia. Throughout history many people tried to find the Tree of Life but their search usually came up empty handed. The reason why they couldn’t find it was because they were searching for it in the wrong places.
What is thought? In simple terms, thought is conscious energy that takes up no space. From the perspective of the external Creation, thoughts are things. The main difference between thoughts and manifested things is the hierarchical change in frequency of the consciousness of the observer (you). Thought is an attribute of consciousness that acts like a focusing and filtering system, which allows consciousness to manifest itself into holograms.
Is there more to water than meets the eye? If you study water beyond conventional methods, you may realize that water is intelligent in nature and has its own way of communicating with other elements. Do you need proof of this? The YouTube video in this article will show you evidence that water isn’t a dead element, but it’s alive in its own ways and even has the ability to store memory!
In the following nine videos, the founder of AscensionWhispers.com talks about an amazing event that will occur on December 12, 2013. According to AscensionWhispers.com, this event is very important for helping Earth heal so that we can also heal the energy distortions in our body and DNA. A significant percentage of the information found in these videos resonates well with the information that I published on OmniThought.org, which is why I’m sharing it with you.
Some people say fate is like destiny, because we cannot change it. I say that people who believe this lack the knowledge and wisdom to understand what life and reality are. Let us explore the difference between fate and destiny. The definition of fate is that you can change it through perseverance and hard work whereas destiny is predetermined; therefore, it cannot be altered. Is there such a thing as fate or destiny? To answer this question, I will need to explain to you how the future works.
Can water heal the sick? This article covers some of the healing miracle of water and shows how it is not a dead element but is alive and intelligent in nature. In school we are taught that water is made of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom (H2O). We are also taught that water has a very unique characteristic that allows it to transform itself into three different states of matter, which are liquid, solid and gas. These definitions of water are accurate, but they are missing some very essential information about some of the most important roles of water.