Archives for March 2013

Our Deepest Fear

We have interviewed Maryanne Williamson two times and she also endorsed our book, The Quantum Conspiracy. And this is one of her most famous and powerful quotes. Take the four+ minutes and watch this, peacefully, and remember something very important about yourself. This is the truth of who you are.

Georgia Pearson and The Ones – Part I and Part II

We interviewed Georgia Pearson at her home on The New Land around Monroe Institute in Virginia. Georgia is a recognized expert in the field of electromagnetism. However, in this interview she talks about her experiences over the past 11 years with a group of beings she calls The Ones. These beings live in a virtual reality some place far distant in this universe.

As Georgia explains in this Part I of the interview, these beings opened up a line of communication with Georgia and a select few other humans in an attempt to help us get through the global challenges we face in the immediate future.

Part I of this interview explains the process and what happens and has happened so far.

In Part II Karen and I are actually put into direct contact with The Ones…..all on video tape.

Enjoy this video……..this is really special information from a very special lady.

Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory

Karen and I have been following the Random Number Generator story for six years as a result of our work with The Institute of Neurological and Consciousness Studies here in Austin. This important work is is well presented in this video. We did not make this movie ourselves. But it does make me homesick for Princeton!

Studies at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory have suggested that the mind has the subtle capacity to influence the output of devices known as Random Event Generators (REGs).

The video below is a very brief synopsis of the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research laboratory of Princeton University, whose research into mind-matter interaction forms the foundation of Psyleron Technology. Watch interviews with key PEAR lab staff, as they explain their experiments, including random event generators, their findings, and finally some of their implications. The PEAR Proposition is an 8-hour DVD set detailing the PEAR laboratory and its discoveries.

Your Life and Death Situation!

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Palm Sunday is a time of great celebration, at the first observance and also in 2013. The child who grew up to be God was recognized, after all those years, as the one who would save the Jews. Or, so many people thought. In a way, this was the biggest parade ever because it was propelled, not by a donkey, as some saw, but by the expectant hearts of those who believed what others thought impossible: The one who would save them was here at last.

The debate raging in Jerusalem that week continues to rage in Jerusalem and all the world’s capitols today. It also tugs at the hearts of all who are in pain. Pain of a beautiful past lost and the likelihood of a darker future, and no Savior in sight.

Here in Texas, we feel the stirring of spring and the new life we have longed for. We also feel the pain of dreams never realized, dreams that rode into our lives in a parade of hope……..A Savior is coming to alter our future for the better! If only we can find him.

Days later the hope of Palm Sunday was shattered by the execution of the child who grew up to be God. The Savior who was coming was now gone and the people who paraded so hopefully days earlier were locked in the darkness of a tomb with their pain.

We hear tell that Jesus will come again. However, The Christ never left. As promised, He has been right here with us all along, and in his own words, he will be here with us “until the end of the age”. The child Jesus who became God left his body with us on that Friday and used his much larger spiritual body to convince those who believed that he was still right here.

Today, like the participants in the first Palm Sunday, we seek to follow one or anyone who we think can save us from the pain and gloom many feel in sickness and loss and fear of the future.

We are told to work out our own salvation, in many cases with fear and trembling. But whenever God appeared to men in Bible times as an angel, the first word the angel always said was: “Fear Not”.

When we look outside ourselves for a Savior, only to discover he is not there, fear is an understandable reaction. The historic church used that fear to convince us we were sinners who should fear God. Jesus, The Christ, did not concur. In all the gospels, Jesus used “sin”, “sinner”, “sinning” only twenty-two times. Love, forgiveness, our being totally loved by our Creator-Father and our unconditional access to His power are much more common themes than sin. As classically defined, sin is simply missing the mark. Aiming for something and hitting something else.

There was a thief. Perhaps he deserved to die, but according to the Commandments we have received and say we follow, we are to kill no one….guilty or not. And at the last moment, when there were no options left, this thief chose to do something very simple. He changed his mind. Using that change of mind, from the deepest part of his heart, he asked the child who grew up to be God to remember him when he came into his kingdom. And the child who became God, who had always been in his Kingdom, spoke the sweetest words in the entire Bible: “Today you will be with me in paradise.”

With God, there is no wait. Change happens at the speed of thought, (the New Scientists call it Superluminal Speed) which is much faster than the speed of light. The thief worked out his own salvation instantaneously by changing his mind and asking The Christ for it.

Doubt not this can happen to you, right now, today. By changing your mind you can experience the paradise that Jesus, The Christ, promised he came here to give you.

Notes From the Masters Class 2013-03-07

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Hi and welcome to this next edition of Notes From the Masters Class. Today I’m going to share with you what I’ve learned about the Huna tradition of Hawaii, and I learned this from Serge King when he was in New York, back and forth, in the ’80s.

The Huna tradition is an indigenous outpouring of what the folks in Hawaii, the ancients, learned about life. It’s been boiled down by Serge into seven rules, and the first one is: The world is exactly what you think it is. I’m putting my finger here to remind me and to suggest to you that a way to remember these is just simply to place them someplace on your body as you’re repeating them.

The world is what you think it is, and you have the power to change what the world is just by looking for something different than you’ve been looking for up to now. If you’re looking for fear, there are lots and lots of examples and ample proof, that will come to you, to show that you are right. If you’re looking for love and peace and harmony, those too will come to you, and they will deny the fear that you may have had in the past.

Number two, there are no limits. So you put your finger and say, “There are not limits.” Now, none of us is going to be 10 years older anytime soon, and none of us is likely to be able to go back with our bodies to a different time or forward to a different time. But beyond those, the limits that we experience in life are limits that we’ve placed there ourselves. I’ve done this, and you’ve done this.

Basically, when we’re ready and willing to give up the limits that we think we have because we have created them, we will notice that they were just an illusion. There are no limits.

Next, energy flows where attention goes. What this means is that whatever you put your attention to, your incredible, powerful energy will go there as well and will amplify that. So if you put your attention on the things that you’re afraid of or the bad things that people have done to you, all that does is give more energy to it, and pretty soon it will consume you.

But if you place your attention on the things you want to see, on the love you have in your life, and that includes being grateful, then you will discover that your energy, having been focused in that way, will increase what it is that you are looking for.

Now is the moment of power, and that goes right here. Now is the moment of power. There’s no power that existed yesterday, and there’s no power that exists tomorrow that you’re going to be able to do anything about. All of your power and your considerable power is available to you right now. Don’t wait. Don’t put if off. Don’t regret you don’t have what you had yesterday. You have incredible power today.

Next, to love, and this is a great definition of love, to love is to be happy with. No more complex than that. The things that you’re happy with will turn out, upon investigation, to be the things that you love. The people you love, the events you love, the things you love, the places you love, the weather you love, those things that you are happy with will be the very things that you love. Look around for them. They’re everywhere.

Next, and this is very important, all power comes from within. Nobody can confer upon you any power that you don’t already have. Nobody can make you do anything with your power that you don’t want to do. All power, incredible power comes from within. If you haven’t experienced that yet, take a look for it. Take a look, when you put your hand right there on your stomach, and say, “All my power is right there.”

And the final one is effectiveness is the measure of truth. What that means is, and that’s a great definition, if it works, it’s true. If it doesn’t work, and this is ultra-pragmatism, it ain’t true. So if you’re finding that you’ve got some things that aren’t working, aren’t effective, then that’s not true. Change your mind about that.

Now there’s one final thing that Serge told me, and I used to call him Sage, the final thing that Sage told us about and that’s this. Here’s a rule that really does work like the other seven, all the time, and that’s this: When you enter into a relationship with somebody, decide up front that the things that you don’t like about that person are unimportant.

Now what this does is this creates a dynamic where you’re free then to focus on the things that are important and that you can increase by following the second part of this, which is: Praise and compliment everything you like about the other person. This is not making a joke or being insincere. This is just looking at a person and saying, “You know, I really like that about you.” What happens to the other person is, just like it would happen if somebody did it to you, they will want to get more of that kind of praise. Now try that on yourself, try that on your spouse, try that on your children.

In fact, Sage told the story of his son, who was not doing very well in school and the rest of it. So rather than complain about it or try to discipline him, he said, “You know what? I’m going to focus on the fact that this kid is smarter than he thinks.” He started calling his son “brains.”

All of a sudden, they were building a house together, and the son would find solutions that Sage couldn’t even see. He’d say, “That really took brains.” All of a sudden the child became motivated. So motivated, that not only did he wind up graduating at the top of his class in high school, he went on to college and became a Navy Seal, all because his father found that complimenting and praising everything you like in the other person is a way to get rid of all the things you don’t like and to help that person build on those good things that you can see and maybe they can’t see themselves.

So give some thought to this. This is important stuff. It’s been important to me, and it works for me. Thanks. See you next time.