When you ask ‘Who are we?’, the short an­swer is that you’re not what you’ve been told.

Living Now - - Philosophy -

The same ex­per­i­ment was re­peated 100 years later, how­ever, in 1987 un­der the aus­pices of the US Air Force, us­ing bet­ter sen­sors and equip­ment. To the as­ton­ish­ment of the sci­en­tific com­mu­nity, the 20th cen­tury ex­per­i­ment did, in fact, de­tect and con­firm the sub­tle field of en­ergy that had been pre­dicted by Michel­son and Mor­ley 100 years ear­lier. While new names, such as the ma­trix, the di­vine ma­trix, the zero point field and sim­ply ‘the field’ have re­placed the term aether, the point here is that the en­ergy that con­nects all things does, in fact, ex­ist. It’s now recog­nised as the con­tainer for the uni­verse, the mir­ror for our be­liefs, and the web of en­ergy that con­nects all things. (The Di­vine Ma­trix, Hay House, 2007)

And while the en­ergy field that con­nects all things has been doc­u­mented sci­en­tif­i­cally, there is still a re­luc­tance, and of­ten re­sis­tance, to share this dis­cov­ery in public class­rooms and text­books. Even though the field is known to ex­ist, and ac­cepted in se­ri­ous sci­en­tific cir­cles, in main­stream think­ing noth­ing has changed. We’re still teach­ing our young peo­ple that we live in a world of sep­a­ra­tion. With this legacy of sep­a­ra­tion and in­signif­i­cance in mind, it’s not sur­pris­ing that we of­ten feel pow­er­less when it comes to what hap­pens in our bod­ies, and in our lives. In such a world we’re told that things just ‘hap­pen’ when and how they do. Is it any won­der that we may also feel help­less when we see our world chang­ing so fast that it’s been de­scribed as ‘ fall­ing apart at the seams’?

At first blush, there seems to be no rea­son for us to be­lieve any dif­fer­ently. That is, un­til we take a closer look at the fol­low­ing paradigm-shat­ter­ing dis­cov­er­ies that over­turn 300 years of sci­en­tific think­ing. They re­veal that we’re part of our world, rather than sep­a­rate from it. And, most im­por­tantly, they re­veal that we’re em­pow­ered co-cre­ators, rather than pow­er­less vic­tims. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, peer-re­viewed sci­en­tific stud­ies re­vealed the fol­low­ing facts:

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