Gregg Braden

A Quote by on belief, distinction, experiences, expression, hearts, imagination, perceptions, translator, and waves

When we form heart-centered beliefs within our bodies, in the language of physics we're creating  the electrical and magnetic expression of them as waves of energy, which aren't confined to our hearts or limited by the physical barrier of our skin and bones.  So clearly we're "speaking" to the world around us in each moment of every day through a language that has no words:  the belief-waves of our hearts.

In addition to pumping the blood of life within our bodies, we may think of the heart as a belief-to-matter translator.  It converts the perceptions of our experiences, beliefs, and imagination into the coded language of waves that communicate with the world beyond our bodies.  Perhaps this is what philosopher and poet John Mackenzie meant when he stated, "The distinction between what is real and what is imaginary is not one that can be finely maintained ... all existing thing are ... imaginary."

Gregg Braden

Source: Spontaneous Healing of Belief

Contributed by: Bird

A Quote by on quantum physics, scientists, and universe

"Quantum physics looks at the universe differently.  In recent years, scientists have developed the technology that has made it possible to document the strange and sometimes miraculous behavior of the quantum energy that forms the essence of the universe and our bodies.  For Example:

Quantum energy can exist in two very different forms as visible particles or invisible waves.  The energy is still there either way, just making itself known in different forms.

A quantum particle can be in one place only, two places at once, or even in many places simultaneously.  The interesting thing, however, is that no matter how far apart these locations appear to be physically, the particle acts as if it's still connected.

Quantum particles can communicate with themselves at different points in time.  They're not limited by the concepts of past, present, and future.  To a quantum particle, this is now and there is here."

Gregg Braden

Source: sponaneous healing of belief

Contributed by: Bird

A Quote by on abundance, atoms, belief, cells, fabric of the universe, first breath, love, miracles, peace, possibilities, quantum, and ripple

"In the instant of our first breath, we are infused with the single greatest force in the universe--the power to translate the possibilities of our minds into the reality of our world.  To fully awaken to our power, however, requires a subtle change in the way we think of our ourselves in life, a shift in belief.

Just the way sound creates visible waves as it travels through a droplet of water, our "belief waves" ripple through the quantum fabric of the universe to become our bodies and the healing, abundance, and peace--or disease, lack, and suffering--that we experience in life.  And just the way we can tune a sound to change its patterns, we can tune our beliefs to preserve or destroy all that we cherish, including life itself.

In a malleable world where everything from atoms to cells is changing to match our beliefs, we're limited only by the way we think of ourselves in that world.

This book is dedicated to our acceptance of such an awesome power and our knowing that we are never more than a belief away from our greatest love, deepest healing, and most profound miracles."

Gregg Braden

Source: spontaneous healing of belief

Contributed by: Bird

A Quote by on bathes, blade of grass, coincidence, forgiveness, friendships, hormones, human emotion, modern science, space time, vedas, wisdom traditions, and womb

"Our oldest and most cherished wisdom traditions remind us that there is, in fact, a language that speaks to the Divine Matrix, one that has no words and doesn't involve the usual outward signs of communication we make with our hands or body.  It comes in a form so simple that we all already know how to "speak" it fluently.  In fact, we use it every day of our lives--it is  the language of human emotion.

Modern science has discovered that through each emotion we experience in our bodies, we also undergo chemical changes of things such as pH and hormones that mirror our feelings.  Through the "positive" experiences of love, compassion, and forgiveness and the "negative" emotions of hate, judgment, and jealousy, we each possess the power to affirm or deny our existence at each moment of every day.  Additionally, the same emotion that gives us such power within our bodies extends this force into the quantum world beyond our bodies.

It may be helpful to think of the Divine Matrix as a cosmic blanket that begins and ends in the realm of the unknown and spans everything between.  This covering is many layers deep and all the we know exists and takes place within its fibers.  From our watery creation in our mother's womb to our marriages, divorces, friendships, and careers, all that we experience may be thought of as "wrinkles" in the blanket.

From a quantum perspective, everything from the atoms of matter and a blade of grass to our bodies, the planet, and beyond may be thought of as a "disturbance" in the smooth fabric of this space-time blanket.  Perhaps it's no coincidence then that ancient spiritual and poetic traditions describe existence in much the same way.  The Vedas, for example, speak of a unified field of "pure consciousness" that bathes and permeates all of creation.  In these traditions, our experiences or thought, feeling, emotion, and belief--and all the judgment that they create--are viewed as disturbances, interruptions in a field that is otherwise smooth and motionless.

In a similar fashion, the sixth-century Hsin-Hsin Ming (which translates to Faith-Mind Verses) describes the properties of an essence that is the blueprint for everything in creation.  Called the Tao, it's ultimately beyond description, just as we see in the Vedic scriptures.  It is all that is--the container of all experience, as well as the experience itself.  The Tao is descibed as perfect, "like vast space where nothing is lacking and nothing is in excess.:

According to the Hsin-Hsin Ming, it's only when we disturb the tranquility of the Tao through our judgments that its harmony eludes us.  When this inevitably does happen and we find ourselves emeshed in feelings of anger and separation, the text offers guidelines to remedy this condition:  "To come directly into harmony with this reality, just simply say when doubt arises, 'Not two.' In this 'not two' nothing is separate, nothing is excluded."

While I admit that thinking of ourselves as a disturbance in the Matrix may take some of the romance out of life, it also gives us a powerful way to conceptualize our world and ourselves.  If, for example, we want to form new, healthy and life-affirming relationships; let healing romance into our lives; or bring a peaceful solution to the Middle East, we must create a new disturbance in the field, one that mirrors our desire.  We must make a new "wrinkle" in the stuff that space, time, our bodies, and the world are made of. 

This is our relationship to the Divine Matrix.  We're given the power to imagine, dream, and feel life's possibilities from within the Matrix itself so that it can reflect back to us what we've created.  Both ancient traditions and modern science have described how this cosmic mirror works; in the case of the experiments that will be  shared in later chapters, we've even shown how these reflections work in the language of science.  Admittedly, while these studies may solve some mysteries of creation, they also open the door to even deeper questions about our existence..."

Gregg Braden

Source: The Divine Matrix

Contributed by: Bird

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"What a shift!  In a radically different interpretation of our relationship to the world we live in, Wheeler states that it's impossible for us to simply watch the universe happen around us.  Experiments in quantum physics, in fact, do show that simply looking at something as tiny as an electron--just focusing our awareness upon what it's doing for even an instant of time--changes its properties while we're watching it.  The experiments suggest that the very observation is an act of creation, and that consciousness is doing the creating.  These findings seem to support Wheeler's propostion that we can no longer consider ourselves merely onlookers who have no effect on the world that we're observing.

To think of ourselves as participating in creation rather than simply passing through the universe during a brief period of a lifetime requires a new perception of what the cosmos is and how it works.  The groundwork for such a radical worldview was the basis for a series of books and papers by another Princeton physicist and colleague of Einstein, David Bohm.  Before his death in 1992, Bohm left us two pioneering theories that offer a very different--and in some ways, a nearly holistic--view of the universe and our role in it.

The first was an interpretation of quantum physics that set the stage for Bohm's meeting and subsequent friendship with Einstein.  It was this theory that opened the door to what Bohm called the "creative operation of underlying ... levels of reality."  In other words, he beileved that there are deeper or higher planes of creation that hold the template for what happens in our world.  It's from these subtler levels of reality that our physical world originates."

Gregg Braden

Source: Divine Matrix

Contributed by: Bird

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Just as ripples radiate from the place where a stone is thrown into a pool of water, our sometime-unconscious thoughts, feelings, emotions, and beliefs create the "disturbances" in the Field that become the blueprints for our lives.

Gregg Braden

Source: Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer

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A Quote by Gregg Braden

The secret of our lost mode of prayer is to shift our perspective of life by feeling that the miracle has already happened and our prayers have been answered.  Now we have the opportunity to bring this wisdom into our lives as prayers of gratitude for what already exists, rather than asking for our prayers to be answered.

Gregg Braden

Source: The Isaiah Effect

Contributed by: Interiors For Healing

A Quote by Gregg Braden

In the late 1980s, the effect of mass prayer and meditation was documented through studies in major cities where the occurrence of violent crime decreased measurably in the presence of continuous peace vigils held by those trained for the purpose. The studies eliminated the possibility of coincidence stemming from natural cycles, changes in social policy, or law enforcement. While a state of calm and peace was created within the study groups, the effects of their efforts were felt beyond the boundaries of the walls and buildings that they occupied. Through an invisible network that appeared to penetrate the belief systems, organizations, and social strata of the inner cities, the choice of peace within a few individuals touched the lives of many. Clearly there was a direct, observable, and measurable effect of human behavior correlating with groups focused through prayer and meditation... The call of thousands of hearts and minds to honor the sacredness of life became a single, unified choice echoing a simple message: peace in all worlds, in all nations, for all life. The power of human consciousness as it rearranged the building blocks of events that were already in motion. Rather than scattered pleas from individuals asking for divine intervention in a situation that appeared to be inevitable, the synchronized choice of many people, coordinated through the miracle of the Internet, slipped between the veils of quantum possibilities into an outcome affirming life through peace.

Gregg Braden

Source: Isaiah Effect

Contributed by: Interiors For Healing

A Quote by Gregg Braden

The Essences invite us to view ourselves as one with the earth, rather than separate from it. Viewing physical labor as a healing communion with the Earth, they were agriculturists, living close to the land that gave them life. The Essenes viewed prayer as the language through which to honor nature and the creative intelligence of the cosmos; they made no distinction between the two. Regarded as the root of all technology, prayer, which is the union of thought, feeling, and emotion, represents our opportunity to speak the language of change in our world as well as in our bodies. The object of prayer is to evoke a feeling...that the miracle has already happened and our prayers have been answered...Our prayer becomes a prayer of thanks for the opportunity to choose which creation we experience. Through our thanks, we honor all possibilities and bring the ones we choose into this world.

Gregg Braden

Source: The Isaiah Effect

Contributed by: Interiors For Healing

A Quote by Gregg Braden

 

Quantum science suggests the existence of many possible futures for each moment of our lives.  Each future lies in a state of rest until it is awakened by choices made in the present.  A two-thousand year old scroll written by the prophet Isaiah describes precisely such possibilities in a language that we are just beginning to understand.  In addition to sharing his visions of our time, Isaiah described the science of how we choose which future we experience.  Each time we do so, we experience the Isaiah Effect.

Gregg Braden

Source: The Isaiah Effect

Contributed by: Interiors For Healing

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