Assume Responsibility for Your Stress

Dr. Dyer’s ten principles include:

  • Being open to everything and attached to nothing.
  • Understanding that there are no justified resentments in life.
  • Embracing silence, since meditation is the only way to truly come to know your Source.
  • Knowing that you can’t solve a problem with the same mind that created it.
  • Treating yourself as if you already are what you’d like to become.

Wayne Dwyer, Ph.D. Quotes below:

“When you live on a round planet, there’s no choosing sides.”

“When you have the choice between being right and being kind just choose kind.”

“Everything you ‘have to have’ owns you.”

“I cannot always control what goes on outside, but I can always control what goes on inside.”

”We become what we think about all day long. The question is, “What do you think about?”

“Everything I ever worried about turned out exactly as it was going to despite my worry moments to the contrary.”

“The past is over for all of us. The future is promised to none of us. All we get is this one. That’s all we get.”

“Send out love and harmony, put your mind and body in a peaceful place, and then allow the universe to work in the perfect way it knows how.”

“The measure of your life will not be in what you accumulate, but in what you give away.”

“The secret of abundance is to stop focusing on what you do not have, and shift your consciousness to an appreciation for all that you are and all that you do have.”

“Doing what you love is the cornerstone of having abundance in your life.”

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Valerie V. Hunts Books

Valerie V. Hunt has two Ph.D. one in psychology and one in physiological science both from Columbia University. Her book “Infinite Mind, Science of the Human Vibrations of Consciousness”, is published by Malibu Publishing Co., Calif. It is a compendium on her life work on “energy fields” of the human body and their interaction with environmental energy fields as Dr. Fagg studied. Once one has read Dyer, one must read Hunt, for the icing on the cake. She quotes Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) as finding that electrical polarization distinguishes living from dead matter even though the chemical compositions were identical (p 65) and the atoms are constantly moving, even in wood.

“For centuries man has experienced, but could not explain, consciousness. Infinite Mind presents a vibrational “Rosetta Stone” for understanding all acceptable theories of healing, psychic phenomena, and consciousness. Presented is a new vision, a fresh perspective of human energy field interaction. This inclusive model will unify the fragmented knowledge’s of sound, rituals, movement, and thought.

With each consecutive chapter, you are introduced to Dr. Hunt’s research which shows the vibrational differences in energy field disturbances and their results in illness, diminished capacity, and emotional stress. These energy field findings, combined with fascinating human interest stories, lead to stunning new insights concerning the mind and body, emotions and creativity, extrasensory human capacities in higher consciousness, and the mystical connections of spirit.”

“A billiant overview by the true pioneer scientist of the study of human vibrations. Her discovery of the physical and emotional happenings in the mysterious energy we call the mind is groundbreaking.” – Candace Pert, Ph.D. – Research Professor, Georgetown University Medical Center.

“A fascinating, brilliant work giving scientific perspective on mystical experience. Required reading for all looking for answers and deeper understanding of the profound human capability to function in spiritual and material realms simultaneously.” – Rev. Marilyn K. Miller – Science of Mind Minister, National Council of Women of Vision and Action.

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Lawrence Fagg

Columnist Lawrence Fagg observes: “In Romans 1:20 of the Christian Bible Paul tells us: ‘Ever since the creation of the world His invisible nature, namely, His eternal power and deity, has been clearly perceived in the things that have been made.’ Among the multitude of things that have been made, Paul was undoubtedly affected by the cornucopia of plant and animal life that graces this planet. Butterflies, sunflowers, rabbits, palm trees, and deer all testify to the fecundity and rich diversity of this life.” And we, human beings, are part of this “rich diversity of life”. But being part of this “rich diversity” is not enough to determine our role(s) within it.”

“Some seven years ago,” writes Fagg, “it struck me, as a physicist, how beneath this prolific diversity was a myriad of electromagnetic phenomena. Knowing that the electromagnetic force activates all of chemistry and biology, I realized that this force has been vital in the evolution of, and ultimately underlies, all of earthly nature from rocks to plants and animals, including humans and their brains.” We are, it seems, electromagnetic creatures, like all which lies around us.

Read on to explore what this might mean.

Today’s columnist, Lawrence Fagg, is a Research Professor of Nuclear Physics (retired) at the Catholic University of America (CUA) in Washington, DC. A graduate of the U.S. Military Academy, he has Masters Degrees in physics from the Universities of Maryland and Illinois and a Ph.D.. in physics from Johns Hopkins University as well as an M.A. in religion from George Washington University. A Fellow of the American Physical Society, his professional career was spent mostly at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and CUA, where he performed experiments in nuclear physics using particle accelerators in the US, Holland, and Germany. In 1974-5 he was Acting Director of the NRL Accelerator. This work resulted in the publication of some 65 papers in refereed journals, two monographs reviewing his field, and chapters in four edited books.

He is also an Academic Fellow and former Vice-President of the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science and the author of some 20 publications in science and religion, including articles in journals and edited books as well as three books: “Two Faces of Time”, “The Becoming of Time: Integrating Physical and Religious Time”, and “Electromagnetism and the Sacred: at the Frontier of Spirit and Matter”. He has lectured on the relevance of electromagnetism in theologies dealing with nature and on parallel time concepts in modern physics and the major world religions in the US, Canada, Germany, Italy, Holland, Denmark, Poland and China.

-Stacey E. Ake

Subject: The Wonder and Sacredness of Nature’s Physical Undercurrent

From: Lawrence Fagg

In Romans 1:20 of the Christian Bible Paul tells us: “Ever since the creation of the world His invisible nature, namely, His eternal power and deity, has been clearly perceived in the things that have been made.”Among the multitude of things that have been made, Paul was undoubtedly affected by the cornucopia of plant and animal life that graces this planet. Butterflies, sunflowers, rabbits, palm trees, and deer all testify to the fecundity and rich diversity of this life.

Some seven years ago it struck me, as a physicist, how beneath this prolific diversity was a myriad of electromagnetic phenomena. Knowing that the electromagnetic force activates all of chemistry and biology, I realized that this force has been vital in the evolution of, and ultimately underlies, all of earthly nature from rocks to plants and animals, including humans and their brains.

It was then that I thought how this unceasing, invisible electromagnetic activity was a beautiful way of getting a spiritual glimpse at what the indwelling or immanence of God might be like. I sensed it as an engaging, evocative pointer to that immanence, and as such could be thought of as a physical analog to God’s inner presence. Thus I was inspired to write a book describing these thoughts: “Electromagnetism and the Sacred: at the Frontier of Spirit and Matter.”

In reflecting now on what I wrote in the book and the questions it poses, I feel that there is one especially wonder-provoking question. How is it that four simple properties of electromagnetic radiation can combine with such minute sensitivity to make physically possible the presence of everything on earth, animate and inanimate, including our consciousness? These properties characterize not only the photons of visible or detectable radiation, but also the unobservable photons that quantum electrodynamics tells us transmits the electromagnetic force. Each of these properties displays inexhaustible variety due to its capacity to vary through a continuous range.

Specifically, they are intensity (or strength), wavelength or frequency, phase, and polarization. Intensity can vary by any tiny amount from the most subtle, animating the neural system of a fruit fly, to that energizing a huge power transformer. Wavelengths can be fine-tuned with incredible precision over a virtually infinite spectrum extending from the longest of radio waves to the shortest of astonishingly energetic gamma rays from outer space. Two waves can be in or out of phase so that they mutually reinforce or cancel, respectively, with all possible relative phases in between, no matter how incrementally different. Finally, a wave can be polarized like the light waves that have filtered through your sunglasses and can be varied in polarization by an infinitesimal amount over the entire range of possible angles.

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