Take a moment to step back from the chaos and breathe. Trying to keep your thoughts positive can be a bit tricky but I’ve found that when I have a nagging negative thought I’ll say ‘stop’ then repeat a word that has a high vibration…love, peace, joy for example. I have learned that I don’t have to entertain every negative thought. In time, switching thoughts will become so easy.
Terence Kemp McKenna (November 16, 1946 – April 3, 2000) was an American philosopher, psychonaut, ethnobotanist, lecturer, writer and author of several books. He spoke and wrote about a variety of subjects, including psychedelic drugs, plant-based entheogens, shamanism, metaphysics, alchemy, language, culture, technology and the theoretical origins of human consciousness. He was also the creator of a mathematical theory of time based on patterns found in the I Ching which he termed novelty theory.
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Choose your words carefully!
The lesson will be repeated until you learn it!
Dr. Reich determined that stacking alternating layers of fiberglass (an organicsubstance) and steel wool (an inorganic substance) would actually attract and collectorgone/etheric energy of both the life-beneficial positive form (which Reich called “OR” or “POR“) and harmful negative etheric energy (“deadly orgone” or “DOR“).
He constructed large boxes called orgone accumulators or “oracs” using this simple layering principle and was able to successfully heal his patients of various ailments, including various forms of cancer, by having them sit inside the box for periods of time.
In 1986, scientists at the University of Marburg, Germanypublished the results of a blind study1which showed that 30-minute orgone accumulator treatments caused consistent, positive psycho-physiological effects not seen with the all-fiberglass box used for a control, stating “the results received in our investigation furnish evidence for the assumption that the physical properties of the orgone accumulator and its psychophysiological efficacy on human organisms, postulated by Reich and his associates, factually exist.”
Reich’s work was continued in earnest in the 1960’s by more open-minded Russian scientists such as Dr. Nikolai Kozyrev (1908-1983), who also scientifically proved that such unseen energies indeed exist all around us, and who’s Reich-inspired work led to the unfortunate development of practical Soviet military defense applications which utilized principles of so-called “torsion fields” (e.g., etheric energy). Kozyrev’s work, which indeed confirms both Reich’s research and our empirical experiences with orgonite, was classified until the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.
Following in their footsteps, thousands of Ph.D.-level researchers from both sides of the Iron Curtain spanning multiple generations have continued Kozyrev and Reich’s pioneering work, slowly forcing mainstream Western science to finally, “officially recognize” the concept of a universal, unseen energy medium they call “dark matter,” “vacuum flux” or “zero-point energy,” depending on who you ask. It is commonly understood among orgonite enthusiasts that these are all essentially describing the same thing, which Reich called “orgone”.
It has occurred to me that some don’t know how to change a negative thought to a positive thought. “I don’t hate lima beans” doesn’t change the negative thought “I hate lima beans” to a positive one. “I love lima beans would be positive.
You bring about what you think about. You CAN change your mind! Change a negative to positive and raise your vibrations.
When you take a deep breath and chant Om, it causes a very calmful effect, which will totally relax your mind and body. It is the first stage of meditation, which aims at drawing your attention away from all other tensions that have occupied your mind. The sound of Om is very pleasant to hear. When accompanied by slow deep breathing, it gives a very gentle massage to your chest, spine, tummy and head.
Om chanting improves the functioning of all organs of the body and thus, helps in curing various diseases. It helps to improve your concentration power, thereby enabling you to grasp more information. Om chanting is like an orientation to the spiritual practices. When your mind is away from all the worldly thoughts, it is the stage when you get truly connected to the almighty God. It infuses vitality in the body and one tends to feel stronger.
Chakras are energy centers located at various points in your body that allow you to live your life to its full expression and potential. The following information on chakras for beginners will help you get familiar with how important these energy centers are. The chakras are directly related to your body’s overall health, your emotional well-being and your mental abilities, and learning to keep them balanced is essential to your overall quality of life.
You can imagine each chakra as a rapidly spinning ‘wheel’ of energy. There are 7 chakras in the body, roughly along the spine from the base of the spine to the top of the head.
Stress, depression, and bodily injury or pain can cause one or more of your chakras to become clogged and out of balance, which will adversely affect the flow of energy. If energy cannot flow openly and freely through all of your chakras you will experience problems associated with that chakra.
As a vibratory instrument, our brain transforms sensations such as thought and sound into frequencies that affect our body. In our brain, there is a vast network of neurons that discharge waves of electrical energy in different frequencies and patterns called brain waves. There are four types of brain waves, categorized by their frequency: alpha, beta, theta and delta. Each brain wave type is associated with specific levels of functioning and consciousness. Although the brain operates using all four frequencies, there is always a dominant frequency, which determines an individual’s state of mind.
All of our feelings, emotions, and behaviors originate from the brain, and our brain cells are affected by the thoughts and words that we choose. The vibration of thoughts and words causes the cells in the brain to vibrate. The brain, in turn, responds to this stimulus by sending off electromagnetic signals, or brain waves. The amplitude of the vibration of brain cells is determined by the amount of concentration and focus put out in connection to the thought or word. These cellular effects give rise to key brain functions, including mood and behavior.
As sound waves, words have a frequency. Due to this, they can affect the frequency of our brain waves. The repetition of certain words or phrases can induce particular brain waves and cause shifts in both heartbeat and respiration. In his popular book Healing Mantras; Using Sound Affirmations for Personal Power, Creativity, and Healing, Thomas Ashely-Farrand explains that different words and sounds cause various shifts in brain wave activity. “Gradually, the vibration of the mantra begins to override all of the lesser vibrations.” The cerebral cortex can become charged or positively stimulated by certain types and frequencies of sound.