Creating Your Day With The Quantum Field

By Thomas Herold in Scientific Background on July 27th, 2006 /  2 Comments »

The most often referenced interview in the film “What the #$BLEEP*! Do We Know!?” is Dr. Joe Dispensa’s comments on creating his day. The following is the transcript of that part of interview.

“I wake up in the morning, and I consciously create my day the way I want it to happen. Now, sometimes, because my mind is examining all the things that I need to get done, it takes me a little bit to settle down, and get to the point, of where I’m actually intentionally creating my day. But here’s the thing.”

From Meditation to the Atom in the Universe

By The Dalai Lama in Meditation on July 25th, 2006 /  No Comments »

The experience of consciousness is entirely subjective. The joy of meeting someone you love, the The Universe in a Single Atom: The Convergence of Science and Spiritualitysadness of losing a close friend, the richness of a vivid dream, the serenity of a walk through a garden on a spring day, the total absorption of a deep meditative state—these things and others like them constitute the reality of human experience. And all of these experiences—from the most mundane to the most elevated—have a certain coherence and, at the same time, a high degree of privacy, which means that they always exist from a particular point of view.

The Secret Apollo Astronaut Experiment Withheld From NASA

By Thomas Herold in Research on July 11th, 2006 /  2 Comments »

If you are looking for wonderful inpirations into the area of science related to consciousness, take a look at Edgar Mitchell’s foundation – the Institute of Noetic Science.

The institute of Noetic Science is a nonprofit membership organization located in Northern California that conducts and sponsors leading-edge research into the potentials and powers of consciousness – including perceptions, beliefs, attention, intention, and intuition. The institute explores phenomena that do not necessarily fit conventional scientific models, while maintaining a commitment to scientific rigor.

The word “noetic” comes from the ancient Greek nous, for which there is no exact equivalent in English. It refers to “inner knowing,” a kind of intuitive consciousness – direct and immediate access to knowledge beyond what is available to our normal senses and the power of reason.