The Subconscious Mind
What if the answers you are seeking can be revealed to you through hypnosis, meditation or lucid dreaming? How do we access our greatest potential? Is it possible to change the nature of our reality through our subconscious? More importantly, what if you can learn how to access the subconscious mind on a regular basis to create the life you seek?
Research now shows this is very possible as the new frontier of science confirms what all ancient teachings have taught for thousands of years, from master to student. All very different approaches to connect to this vast intelligence that knows everything about you. There is no other endeavor greater than that of finding meaning to our lives and the reason for our journey here.
In his landmark book originally published in 1995, "Power vs Force: An Anatomy of Consciousness", Dr. David Hawkins's research spanning a twenty year period, calibrated a scale of consciousness demonstrating the frequencies of different emotions from 1 to 1,000. Let this sink in. Our bodies emit frequencies depending on what we are feeling. Doesn't this explain a lot? Think of the times you felt uncomfortable around someone you met and with others, something felt right - but why is that?
Quantum mechanics shows us we are made up of energy, vibration and frequency, and the mere fact of being observed affects the outcome, quantum entanglement. There is without a doubt, a direct correlation between our thoughts and how we perceive our experiences. Can you imagine the extraordinary potential of accessing the intelligence of our Subconscious Mind?
In the 2006 groundbreaking film, "What the Bleep?!: Down the Rabbit Hole", actor Marlee Matlin plays a deaf photographer who seems to access a world within her world where quantum physics collides with human consciousness.
Dr. David R. Hawkins - Level of Consciousness Chart
"What the Bleep?! trailer
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Brainwaves are the electrical impulses communicating between the neurons within our brain and are detected with sensors placed on the head. They are measured in cycles per second (hertz - Hz). Throughout the day a different brainwave is dominant , changing constantly depending on what we are doing. Also, our brainwaves can affect how we feel, think and act. They are inseparable. Anything or anyone that changes your perception changes your brainwaves. Deep hypnosis, such as QHHT or BQH lowers the brainwave pattern to that of theta, the realm of dreaming, visualizations and trance states. Many are familiar with REM (rapid eye movement), which indicates the individual is dreaming.