Saturday, July 07, 2007

Time and Space, Mind and Life, the Universe, prophecies, Contact reflex analysis and Rife technology

I didn't make it here yesterday to post, but I did make it to the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition at Nathan Phillips Square for a walk through as artists were setting up yesterday morning before work.

I am doing some websurfing this morning - looking up some books, even though I have about a dozen here that I would like to get through.. but I weave back and forth through them - it's all good!

Books on space & time - Einstein's Relativity

& Stephen Hawkings - maybe A brief History in Time, maybe The Universe in a Nutshell.

Horace recommended I get these and read them. He was telling me about how Newtons theory (of gravity, that it is the magnetic force in the Earth holding us down) & Einsteins theory (that the air is material - like fabric and we wade through it) are conflicting theories and yet science can not disprove either of them & in fact will pick from whichever one is more appropriate to go with further theories. Life is a paradox.

He was also telling me how anything you move towards is also moving towards you.. as you move to catch a ball.. the ball is actually coming towards you.. or walking towards a wall, it is actually moving.. but so incredibly slightly, you would never notice.. but it apparently has been proven.

Jon Kabat Zinn
's Mindful Meditation books

(& the the Mind and Life Institute, a group that organizes dialogues between the Dalai Lama and Western scientists to promote deeper understanding of different ways of knowing and probing the nature of mind, emotions, and reality

& finally a book by Daniel Pinchbeck - 2012 The Return Of Quetzalcoatl. Someone at work was reading it and I had read the Mayan Prophecies a few years ago.. which is similiar, both with theories of extremely major world changes in 2012, but each with different dates I think.

also looking up an anti-parasite alternative - using contact reflex analysis and a Rife machine to detect whats in the body & get rid of anything that shouldn't be there using a micro current frequency generator.

& from this site..
Amazing Facts About Your Body
  • Except for your brain cells, 50,000,000 of the cells in your body will have died and been replaced with others, all while you have been reading this sentence.

  • The adult heart beats about 40,000,000 times a year. In one hour, the heart works hard enough to produce enough energy to raise almost one ton of weight one yard from the ground.

  • The liver is often called the body's chemical factory. Scientists have counted 500 different liver functions.

  • The central nervous system is connected to every part of the body by 43 pairs of nerves. Twelve pairs go to and from the brain, and 31 go from the spinal cord. There are nearly 45 miles of nerves running through our bodies.

  • Messages travel along the nerves as electrical impulses. The fastest they travel is about 248 miles per hour.

  • In one square inch of skin there are four yards of nerve fibers, 1300 nerve cells, 100 sweat glands, 3 million cells and three yards of blood vessels.

The point behind all these facts is that your body is a wonderful, complex creation. Like a machine, all of its parts (organs, glands, muscles and tissues) must be in good working condition. Its electrical system (nervous system) must be carrying energy smoothly to all areas. There must not be any short circuits. Finally, it must be fueled with the proper nutrition to keep it functioning, alive and well.

This pic reminded me of a story- My friend once who won a big clear magnifying glass marble. .. and he told me that when he looked into it - the tiny point which touched the surface it was on seemed to him to represent the Now.. and that as it rolled it would be touching different areas.. sometimes it would roll over the same places, many places would never get touched at all..

Wishing you a very special day - 07,07,07! It's a celebrating, meditating, conscious kind of day. Let's heal our bodies, heal the earth and have fun!

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