August 23, 2010
If I told you that you, yes--you, are capable of turning on a light bulb with your bare hand, would you believe me? If that's too much to conceive of, then how about something simple, like turning a fork into putty and watching it twirl into a beautiful curved shape. With a little focus, and the right tools, each of us is capable of accessing this powerful energy to do things that you might have previously deemed impossible. So how can you learn how to harness this incredible energy to move from a heckuva a cocktail trick into manifesting the life that you've always dreamed of living? By taking the first step and learning what manifestation is all about! The Manifestation and Creation2 (MC2) program is one of TMI's most unique offerings. The program's purpose is to provide tools to more fully experience the potentials of human incarnation by moving into loving communion with the creative life force. In this highest energy, to be so fully connected with intuition that we can clearly perceive potential realities, select what we desire to manifest, and bring this potentiality into our physical experience.
Here's a story from one MC2 Graduate:
Forks for enlightenment – a true story
Situation: Charlottesville airport, several months after 9/11, a proud and excited participant returning home from MC2 (me), with a week incredible experiences under her belt.
As I put all my belongings on the conveyor belt to be scrutinized by the all-seeing machines, I notice that the policewoman looks concerned as she stares at the monitor. Than as my purse pokes through the curtain, she grabs it and frantically starts pulling out everything – my wallet, used Kleenex, toothbrush - piece by piece.
Then she spots what she was looking for, my trophies, my two bent forks. I never thought I would be capable of reshaping a heavy stainless utensil into crazy curlicues, but with a little guidance and group energy we all did…
She studies them carefully, turning them round and round, slow in her hand. I´m horrified – she’s going to confiscate my trophies! And there´s no arguing here. Finally she looks on her list and decides that forks are OK. Whew! Saved!
But… story´s not over yet. As I hurriedly try to put my shoes on, computer in case, etc. I notice a military man in combat suit and a sheriff, both looking at me sternly. The sheriff, emblazoned with important badges of different sizes, motions with his finger to come to the side. Sheepishly I obey.
He looks at me with an eye of mistrust, and says in a low and very serious voice: “Who bent those forks?”
Totally disarmed, I spurted out: “Well, you see, I was in this course...”
Bursting with excitement, he cut me off. “Course? What course? Where? And they teach you to do things like that? How? Can everyone do it? Could I go?” And apparently he eventually did go…
Interesting how the universe offers us so many opportunities to know more about how much we really are… MC2 can make that palpable on so many levels.
MC2 is only being offered one more time this year. Do yourself, and your life a favor, and take advantage of this incredible opportunity. REGISTER NOW!
August 21, 2010
Friday's Hub post, "Life-Changing Reading," drew several wonderfully rich book lists; inspiration to draw from for years to come. Thank you, everyone!
Kristen included in her list of life-changing reading, the remarkable My Stroke of Insight by Jill Bolte Taylor, which reminded me of Ms Taylor's riveting presentation on that topic viewable at TED.com–Ideas Worth Spreading. If you haven't yet experienced this video—or even if you have—prepare to be moved.
Jill Bolte Taylor got a research opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: She had a massive stroke, and watched as her brain functions — motion, speech, self-awareness — shut down one by one. An astonishing story.
August 20, 2010
Thank you, J.S. Epperson, for combining these ingredients — binaural beats, Metamusic®, and the Abraham-Hicks video — in your Higher-Music blog. It's a tasty and nutritious recipe!
I found this video while trolling around the interwebs and I thought I would repost here. EvolutionAvenueHigher with deeply meditative binaural beats. And for you video producers, I have a growing list of Creative Commons music with binaural beats available for your use! created this video sometime back using the Hemi-Sync® Metamusic® album
Abraham tells us, “Just love everybody that interacts with you no matter how personally, or how peripherally, involved with you they are. The efficiency of the people who deal with you… everything is orchestrated by the manager called Law of Attraction. And your vibration is setting all of it into motion. Everything affecting you is a reflection of the vibration that you are emitting. Spend more time focused upon your dream than upon the reality. The reality gives birth to the dream — but the dream is where you are wanting to put your attention.” — Abraham Hicks
August 19, 2010
Pulsate is a simple but addictive game-like music maker. Just click to create expanding circles that make music when they collide, and wait for the beautiful windchime symphony that collides. This definitely sounds like something that you could set binaural beats to! You might question my taste in music, but I actually let this get started and just continue to play for a while because I found it so soothing. Have fun!
August 19, 2010
What books changed your life?
Not a unique question, certainly, but a meaningful one — the answers are revealing and can be fascinatingly different from one person to another.
Below are some of the titles that transformed my thinking, guided me on my path, and opened my mind in a big way.
What are yours?
- Journeys Out of the Body and Far Journeys by Robert A. Monroe
- All of the Jane Roberts books about the Seth material, for instance, The Nature of Personal Reality
- All of the Carlos Castaneda books; wise and wonderful companions for decades
- All of the Abraham-Hicks books, including, The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent: Living the Art of Allowing, and Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires
- By Eckhart Tolle: The Power of Now and A New Earth
- Everything published by cartoonist, Gary Larson, author of The Far Side
August 17, 2010
Much has recently been made of the "digital drugs" or "iDosing" phenomenon, wherein binaural beats may be used to get listeners high. Fear and trepidation have been expressed regarding possible negative effects on young people.
Students are seeking highs by listening to specially recorded music, in a trend called iDosing. But one researcher who has studied binaural music, as it is called, sees the unusual music as a powerful study aid for students who want to maintain their concentration.
'There are hundreds of examples of students using binaural beats and metamusic to overcome their fears, like helping them get past their "I can'ts,'" said the researcher, Barbara Bullard, who's taught full- and part-time at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif., for more than 43 years. She stops short of calling the music a digital version of drugs, as iDosing enthusiasts claim.
See full source article here.
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