The Greatest Mysteries to Unravel – The Subconscious Mind

By Darren R. Weissman in Mystery on July 6th, 2008 / No Comments

It’s only been a few years since the beginning of the 21st century, which was hailed as a new dawn for humanity. And yet, these are paradoxical times. From the catastrophe of war, terrorism, pestilence, disease, and pollution to the extinction of many forms of life on the planet, we have become eyewitnesses to the greatest changes and challenges humankind has ever faced. We can no longer pretend that the world is the same. Our perception – the way we experience our environment – is forcing us to look around with wide-open eyes.

This transition isn’t without precedent. In 1491, most people believed that the earth was flat. Anyone who sailed a ship into the sunset, it was thought, would likely reach the end of the world and tumble into the depths of hell. That perception changed in 1492 when Christopher Columbus discovered the New World, along with the fact that the earth was actually round. What a difference a year can make!

Think about Isaac Newton: When an apple fell on his head and he wondered, Why did that happen? he discovered the law of gravity. Some time later, Galileo discovered other aspects of gravity, such as the different rates of speed at which objects fall and the impact of wind resistance. Perhaps a better, more accurate word than discovered, however, is awakened. After all, the law of gravity existed before Newton and Galileo, just as the New World existed before Columbus arrived.

With a new awareness of gravity, some people began to look to the sky and see birds in a different way. They started to fold paper in unique configurations, creating objects that could float in the air. Their perception changed . . . they awakened. Human beings, they realized, had the potential to fly – so they made wing-shaped contraptions and began jumping off cliffs (some to their deaths).

Everyone called them crazy. But after many disasters, the Wright brothers developed the Flyer I in Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, and took to the skies. In December of 1903, Orville and Wilbur changed the course of humankind by awakening to the potential of powered flight. Think about it! It’s only been a little more than 100 years since the famous flight of the Flyer I. The brothers didn’t realize at the time that they were learning what the birds already knew: the law of aerodynamics – the right combination of velocity, lift, and pressure corresponds to the ability to fly (or crash).

It was Albert Einstein’s awakening to the theory of relativity, E = mc2, that has become the bridge between modern-day physics and what we now call energy healing (which The LifeLine Technique is based on). Einstein was seeking to understand the gravitational force on a falling object when he awakened to this powerful formula. E refers to energy, m defines mass, and c is the speed of light. The closer an object’s mass moves toward the speed of light, the greater its density and the gravitational pull on it. Einstein’s theory states that if the object doesn’t have enough potential energy to arrive at the speed of light, then the density and gravitational pull acting on it causes it to stop. However, when the mass reaches the speed of light, it’s converted into energy.

The science of quantum physics further demonstrates that everything in the universe is composed of energy and is always in motion. The varying states of matter – solid, liquid, and gas-represent the different frequencies of energy, and the rate at which energy moves determines the physical state of matter. How life flows through us determines the nature of the stream of energy through the body.

There is a “pinnacle” law, like the law of aerodynamics, that reinforces Einstein’s theory of relativity and quantum physics. It is The LifeLine Law of Transformation and Creation: Emotions transform energy; energy creates movement; movement is change; and change is the essence of life. The body is very much like a computer: It responds in a binary (on/off) manner. Every time you experience an emotion, your brain produces an electrical frequency that instantly sends signals and patterns throughout its mass, as well as to every cell in your body.

Depending on the positive or negative – optimistic or pessimistic – content of that emotion, its vibratory frequency creates movement or blocks it within your physical body. Consequently, the direction of your health is dependent upon the unfettered flow of energy to and from the brain. The challenge is that 98 percent of the mind is subconscious. When life experiences move freely through the subconscious mind, the body is able to heal.

It’s interesting to note the connection between physics and linguistics, and how they segue to help us understand the process of healing. Energy in motion is literally E-motion. How the body is transformed by emotions depends on the regenerative or degenerative cycle in which it expresses itself – that is, a cycle of health or of disease. The trillions of cells that form the body are constantly breaking down and rebuilding in a circadian rhythm . . . this process is called life.

In order to heal, light or energy must be able to flow through the physical body unimpeded. As in Einstein’s theory of relativity, when this energy does so, the density or gravitational pull on the body increases. This increase forces the body to go through a process of detoxification or purification. The poisons, toxins, and blockages that have accumulated over time are released, and the body is able to regenerate.

Contrary to conventional medicine’s paradigm of symptom relief, it is energy that promotes the body’s self-healing potential. In Chinese healing, energy or life force is referred to as chi; in the Ayurvedic tradition, it’s called prana.

The LifeLine Technique works by balancing the energy of the body to help people release stress and signs of illness. Symptoms are a result of stored poisons, toxins, or blockages caused by the subconscious internalization or denial of – and disconnection from – emotions. It’s by reconnecting to the feelings that have been trapped within the subconscious mind that we can achieve optimal health.

The New Frontier of Healing
Energy healing facilitates the movement of the spirit, creating a more harmonious connection between the body and the universe. The more balanced your connection is to the world around you, the better you’ll feel . . . the better your life force will flow. Just as we use energy from the earth to make our lives easier – from cell phones and satellites to e-mail and television – as human beings, we harness energy to both assess and optimize health.

We evaluate wellness by measuring the body’s electrical potential. Think about it: An electrocardiogram (EKG) measures the electrical activity of the heart. When an EKG is “flatline,” an individual’s body no longer has the potential to maintain its energetic life force, and that person is pronounced dead. The brain’s activity is assessed with an electroencephalogram (EEG). Muscles are gauged with an electromyogram (EMG). It’s because of the body’s electromagnetic field that we’re able to view different anatomical parts with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

Now take a moment to visualize clouds floating across the sky and waves moving over the surface of water. The energy that pushes the clouds or water is the same force that manifests itself within the physical movement of your body. By learning to unleash the blocked energy within, you’ll unlock your infinite potential to achieve optimal health and well-being.

What I know to be true and what the power of Infinite Love & Gratitude and The LifeLine Technique has proven is this: The greatest obstacle to your health and well-being is the subconscious disconnection from your emotions.

Learning the Body’s Language
Paying attention to symptoms is the key to understanding what’s going on in your body. They are how the body “speaks.” Some of them may be quite obvious, while others are so subtle that you regard them as normal functions. Either way, symptoms are symphonies that the body composes to get your attention.

Your body speaks only when necessary, and symptoms are the way it says: “I don’t want this in me any longer,” or “I’m not happy with the way you’re treating me.” Your body loves you; it communicates to help you appreciate that you’re in danger. I tell all my patients that symptoms are gifts from their physical selves. These gifts, however, arrive in very strange wrapping paper.

Whether they include headaches, stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea, fatigue, low-back pain, depression, panic, anxiety, inflammatory bowel disease, or cancer, symptoms are the body’s way of saying, “I am out of balance.”

These imbalances occur emotionally, structurally, biochemically, or spiritually. When you indiscriminately take a pharmaceutical drug to address a symptom, you’re basically telling your body to “shut up,” impairing its ability to heal. Emergency medicine is superb for saving lives in times of crisis. However, popping a pill for every ailment without addressing the underlying cause inhibits the body’s natural capacity to heal itself. It’s the same as taking the battery out of a fire detector in your home: Without the battery, the alarm can’t alert you to danger. Even worse, the problem escalates – by suppressing symptoms, you mask the body’s ability to warn you of danger lurking within.

Emotions can be defined as the energy that moves us. Considering that energy is always in motion, when we disconnect from, internalize, or deny an emotion, that energy takes a wrong turn that often keeps us stuck in a maze. Every time these buried emotions are triggered, the body becomes compromised and has to compensate, leaving it at risk for injury or opportunistic pathogens. Recurrent symptoms and chronic stress are the warning signs that emotions are trapped within the subconscious mind.

Symptoms start long before we become conscious of them. They usually begin as an uncomfortable feeling. When ignored, that uncomfortable feeling – that is, the emotion that we internalized, denied, or disconnected from – manifests in the body as an imbalance. This leads to stagnation or leakage of life force, which results in symptoms, dependent upon where the problem is located. If left unchecked, the imbalance becomes a pattern of “dis-ease,” and eventually pathology, that will devastate the body on every level.

The current medical-industry paradigm is to treat and suppress symptoms. For every symptom, your allopathic (medical) doctor is likely to write a prescription for you. Yet chronic diseases are at an all-time high – very few people are getting well. In our nation alone, hypertension, diabetes, and obesity are rampant in every age group. Not one medication on the market cures these illnesses. Insulin, for example, doesn’t eliminate diabetes. And doctors never say that chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery cures cancer; instead, they state that the cancer is “in remission.”

Of course, the doctor’s intention is to alleviate the symptoms and help people get well. Many of the medications they prescribe, however, have what physicians refer to as side effects. I think that’s a funny term: They’re not “side” effects – they’re the direct effects caused by the pharmaceutical drugs, and they create additional symptoms for which you’re usually encouraged to take more medication.

At that point, you’re taking additional drugs for symptoms caused by the original medication. The cycle has spiraled out of control. What happens in the interim? By not listening to what your body was telling you in the first place, you’ve made it weaker and more vulnerable.

Just remember that nobody knows more about you than you. No one sees life through your eyes, hears with your ears, smells through your nose, tastes with your mouth, feels through your skin, or is aware of your intuition as acutely as you are. Once you embrace the fact that the natural state of the body is health and wholeness, you’ll never look at a symptom in the same way again. As the late Supreme Court justice Oliver Wendell Holmes remarked, “Man’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.” Once you know, you know forever, and that means you must be authentic in how you live your life.

The LifeLine Technique locates the disruption in the flow of energy and releases it immediately, targeting the cause of disease. Sometimes the symptom will go away with one treatment. On other occasions, the process involves a journey to awaken your spirit. The LifeLine Technique doesn’t work inside a vacuum. It requires that you make the necessary adjustments to your lifestyle in order to maintain your body’s balance. The Five Basics for Optimal Health include the quantity, quality, and frequency of water consumption, food intake, rest, exercise, and owning your power . . . these are the keys to helping the body tap in to its innate potential to heal.

This excerpt has been taken from the book The Power of Infinite Love and Gratitude: An Evolutionary Journey to Awakening Your Spirit by Dr. Darren R. Weissman. It is published by Hay House, and available at all bookstores or online at:

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