Bruce Lipton Phd said:
“When the brain sees a world of love, it releases happy chemicals. These translate into chemistry that controls the health of the cell.”
If you don’t know who Bruce Lipton is you are excused but I highly recommend that you check him out as he is one of the most brilliant thinkers and writers of our time. He has turned the erroneous supposition that genes control our lives, on its head.
What does this mean for you and me – practically, day to day?
It means that if I survey the world from a position of friendliness and the spirit of of Kindness (Sylvia Marina) with an intention to step up and do my work and my play from the point of view of love – then that in itself has a profound effect on my health.
As Bruce already does this so well, I have no desire here to explain the biochemistry of how this effect actually occurs, – but I clearly wish to bring it to your attention so that you have yet another reason to shift your focus and move effectively into the light of the world.
Einstein said – “The field is the sole governing agency of the particle”
Okay this is quite a statement so let’s see if we can deconstruct this a little to help each of us really get what he was saying.
It is that the environment, the energy field in which we are all bathed, has a profound effect on the individual or at the smallest level on each particle of our being. Referring once again to Bruce Lipton – he gives an example of the effect of a magnet on iron filings on a sheet of paper held above the magnet. The magnetic field effects the movement of the filings. However if those filings are cemented into a coherent state – they become a solid iron bar.. which can then be magnetised. Then this coherent force will effect the field.
What am I on about…. you may ask?
Well simply this… if we as human beings become connected, become coherent in our intent and join in community, we can change the field of the earth. We can make a difference, but only as a connected humanity – only as a wholeness and a oneness. It is the time to connect.
In the words of the master wordsmith and conductor of social artistry Jean Houston:
“Now is the time and we are the people.”