Mind over matter: proven


The following quote is a review I found on Amazon.com for a book I’ve only read about, but it seems to confirm a lot of other things. The book is written by a former chair of Materials Sciences at Stanford and I think it fits the work of Dr. Don Robins, as well as other Intelligent Design researchers that we have discussed.

“Mind Over Matter – Proven !, June 11, 2002
Reviewer: Dave Stein, Scientific Editor, Frontier Perspectives

In striking contrast to many books focusing on next-generation physics, mathematics, biology, psychology, or medicine, Conscious Acts of Creation combines a brilliant theoretical model with several rigorous experiments that explore the influence of human intention on physical reality, also in life. as inanimate systems. It is in these compelling demonstrations that the “as above, so below” principle comes to life. Even more profoundly, the book states that repeating experiments at given locations can dramatically increase the power of locations to reproduce results, and some locations retain their conditioning or “charge” for more than a year! These findings give plausibility to what mystics know as “sacred space.”

A postulated theoretical model provides a starting point for interpreting the experimental results. Its main cornerstone is an eight-dimensional biconformal base space with two four-dimensional subspaces related to the Fourier transform. One subspace corresponds to our everyday world, while the other subspace is a reciprocal or inverse “etheric” space – roughly analogous to k space but with additional postulated properties including superluminal “velocities” (presumably in inverse units) and exchanged roles of electricity. and magnetism. The model incorporates nonlocality, a scientific principle that may one day become the basis for phenomena such as parapsychology and distance healing. Furthermore, the authors note similarities between their model and the models proposed by other scientists, some very prominent. Of course, the model becomes more speculative when it associates even higher dimensions with emotion, mind, and spirit. Even then, however, it remains consistent with various esoteric teachings, and can still provide the empowering mechanism for the manifestation of intention (where the two subspaces, somehow mutually symmetrical, appear to play asymmetric roles) and by connecting science with the spirit. . However, readers who disagree with the postulated model will benefit from the authors’ brilliant ideas.

Mysticism aside, postulated “mind over matter” mechanisms include a possible role for variation in atomic and molecular ground state energies. The conditioning of the observed space is discussed in the context of gauge symmetries. The model is completed by in-depth discussions about augmented electromagnetism (which the authors associate with Qi), internal self-management techniques such as Qi Gong and Yoga, and even the existence of two phases of liquid water. In Chapters 9 and 10, the authors go futuristic as they suggest possible implications of reciprocal space engineering for medicine, pharmacology, communications, and manufacturing.

On the experimental side, the authors set the example with scientific thoroughness and rigor, although in-depth discussion of the protocols, as well as the order of the topics, can affect the readability of the book. One mitigating factor is the brilliant introduction to gauge theory and the elucidation of several other topics, including self-sustaining oscillations, crystallography, and reciprocal space. In fact, the book is a mini physics course that presents various principles of electromagnetism, thermodynamics, solid state physics, and quantum mechanics in a readable and understandable way. Also included is a brilliant discussion of enzymes, coenzymes, and the electron transport chain as it relates to experiments.

Scientists, healers, and others who investigate or work with subtle energies will appreciate the authors’ ideas about the repeatability of experimental results. In the majority scientific community, the reproduction of results is a test of credibility; however, consistent results in healing, dowsing, remote viewing, and ESP are often elusive. Armed with successful demonstrations of spatial conditioning, the authors shed new light on this long-standing topic, although they discuss other factors, both geocosmic and human, that can also affect the repeatability of results.

Conscious Acts of Creation makes a compelling case that the powerful effects of intention and emotion can no longer be ignored, in healing, in scientific research, or even in everyday life. In fact, the authors’ findings may have profound consequences for the concept of scientific “objectivity.” More significantly, this book will take the reader beyond the realm of the everyday world and broaden one’s view of oneself as a co-creator of reality. It is for this reason that Conscious Acts of Creation is essential reading, not only for scientists, engineers, and healthcare professionals (both mainstream and complementary) but also for others seeking to maximize their human experiences. Conscious acts of creation in fact, it heralds and points out a way forward for ‘the emergence of a new physics’ “.

The water crystals respond:

Dr. Masaru Emoto has shown some really fantastic interactions, similar to Tiller’s experiments in the formation of lattices and interactions between the mind and other energies around us.

“My efforts to photograph ice crystals and conduct research began to advance. Then one day the researcher, who was as caught up in the project as I was, said something completely unexpected: ‘Let’s see what happens when we expose the water.’ ‘ the music ‘.

He knew it was possible that the vibrations from the music had an effect on the water. I enjoy music immensely myself, and as a child I was hoping to become a professional musician, so I was in favor of this unusual experiment.

At first we had no idea what music we would use and under what conditions we would carry out the experiment. But after considerable trial and error, we came to the conclusion that the best method was probably the simplest: putting a bottle of water on a table between two speakers and exposing it to a volume at which a person could normally listen to music. We would also need to use the same water that we used in previous experiments.

We first tried distilled water from a pharmacy.

The results amazed us. Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony, with its clear, brilliant tones, resulted in beautiful, well-formed crystals. Mozart’s 40th Symphony, an elegant prayer to beauty, created delicate and elegant crystals. And the crystals formed by the exposure to Chopin’s Etude in E, Op. 10, No. 3, surprised us with their beautiful detail.

All the classical music we exposed water to resulted in well-formed crystals with distinct characteristics. In contrast, water exposed to violent heavy metal music resulted in broken and malformed glass at best.

Can words affect water too?

But our experimentation didn’t stop there. We then thought about what would happen if we wrote words or phrases like ‘Thank you’ and ‘Tonto’ on pieces of paper, and wrapped the paper around the water bottles with the words facing inside. It didn’t seem logical for the water to ‘read’ the writing, understand the meaning, and change its shape accordingly. But he knew from experimenting with music that strange things could happen. We feel like we are explorers taking a journey through an uncharted jungle.

The results of the experiments did not disappoint us. The water exposed to ‘Thank you’ formed beautiful hexagonal crystals, but the water exposed to the word ‘Fool’ produced crystals similar to the water exposed to heavy metal music, poorly formed and fragmented. “(4)

What laws of science or latticework are at work here? How connected is life and how much soul or ‘chhi’ is there in all things? Could the ancients and the most materialistic man of the present use these energies to find water or minerals?

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