The inner world reflects the outer, you will only appreciate this principle of correspondence when you take your time and contemplate about it. In Chinese philosophy there are five elements;
human has five senses;
Relationship between these five physical senses from the lower plane to the higher plane.
This is the depiction of the “I AM” a pillar figure or the foundation of self, human skin is the largest human organ, it covers the whole body and with feelings we respond to the environment and communicate with the environment through that sense of touch.
We see objects through colors and forms and are able to detect their motion, with these qualities we are able to identify energy and spiritual side of a person or an object, by observation the sense of sight represents Spiritual in the higher plane of reality.
Everything vibrates and our minds identifies the outside world through vibrations and frequency, within the mental realm there is an exchange of vibrations, they change from one frequency to another with vibration you can move from one dimension to the other, as well as alter your state of consciousness, the sense of hearing represents the mental realm.
With the smell is the only sensory organ that is directly connected to the brain, and with different smell can bring fourth memories from a the past, and this makes this sense represent emotional side of our higher being.
We use our tongue to taste the flavor of different things mostly food, if the taste is good we eat to flourish our bodies, We are what we eat, and this represents the physical world, as the taste of something is the molecular composition and structure of an element.
Once Einstein said;
“I’m not an atheist, and I don’t think I can call myself a pantheist. We are in the position of a little child entering a huge library filled with books in many languages. The child knows someone must have written those books. It does not know how. It does not understand the languages in which they are written. The child dimly suspects a mysterious order in the arrangement of the books but doesn’t know what it is. That, it seems to me, is the attitude of even the most intelligent human being toward God. We see the universe marvellously arranged and obeying certain laws but only dimly understand these laws. Our limited minds grasp the mysterious force that moves the constellations.”
We spend so much time trying to figure out what life is all about, going on through trial and tribulation, get ourselves into trouble, do some imaginable things, push ourselves beyond the boundaries, unless our inner most quest has been accomplished we will never sit still and never be satisfied.
It is only human nature to be curious and wonder what is this all about? There are three common questions we ask ourselves about life:
- Who Am I?
- What Is The Meaning Of Life?
- Where Do I Come From?
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The presence of the divine Higher-self in the human mind makes it forever impossible for either science or philosophy to attain a satisfactory comprehension of the evolving soul of the human personality. The soul is the child of the universe and may be really known only through cosmic insight and spiritual discovery.
(Plato, one of the greatest philosopher)
The concept of a soul and of an indwelling spirit is not a new Concept, it has frequently appeared in the various systems of planetary beliefs. Many of the Oriental as well as some of the Occidental faiths have perceived that man is divine in heritage as well as human in inheritance. The feeling of the inner presence in addition to the external omnipresence of Deity has long formed a part of many religions. Men have long believed that there is something growing within the human nature, something vital that is destined to endure beyond the short span of temporal life.
Before man realized that his evolving soul was fathered by a divine spirit, it was thought to reside in different physical organs–the eye, liver, kidney heart, and later, the brain. The savage associated the soul with blood, breath, shadows and with reflections of the self in water.
In the conception of the atman the Hindu teachers really approximated an appreciation of the nature and presence of the Higher-self, but they failed to distinguish the co presence of the evolving and potentially immortal soul. The Chinese, however, recognized two aspects of a human being, the yang and the yin, the soul and the spirit. The Egyptians and many African tribes also believed in two factors, the ka and the ba;the soul was not usually believed to be pre-existent, only the spirit.
(The Hindu Atman concept )
The inhabitants of the Nile valley believed that each favored individual had bestowed upon him at birth, or soon thereafter, a protecting spirit which they called the ka. They taught that this guardian spirit remained with the mortal subject throughout life and passed before him into the future estate. On the walls of a temple at Luxor, where is depicted the birth of Amenhotep III, the little prince is pictured on the arm of the Nile god, and near him is another child, in appearance identical with the prince, which is a symbol of that entity which the Egyptians called the ka. This sculpture was completed in the fifteenth century before Christ.
The ka was thought to be a superior spirit genius which desired to guide the associated mortal soul into the better paths of temporal living but more especially to influence the fortunes of the human subject in the hereafter. When an Egyptian of this period died, it was expected that his ka would be waiting for him on the other side of the Great River. At first, only kings were supposed to have kas, but presently all righteous men were believed to possess them.
One Egyptian ruler, speaking of the ka within his heart, said: “I did not disregard its speech; I feared to transgress its guidance. I prospered thereby greatly; I was thus successful by reason of that which it caused me to do; I was distinguished by its guidance.” Many believed that the ka was “an oracle from God in everybody.” Many believed that they were to “spend eternity in gladness of heart in the favor of the God that is in you.”
Every race has a word equivalent to the concept of soul. Many primitive peoples believed the soul looked out upon the world through human eyes; therefore did they so cravenly fear the malevolence of the evil eye. They have long believed that “the spirit of man is the lamp of the Lord.” The Rig-Veda says: “My mind speaks to my heart.
There has been a big debate on human free will, does it exist?, the truth is we are using our free will everyday, whether we accept it or not, free will is one of the big difference between human and other animals, with free will you can move your life in any direction you please! “We are always in the process of raising or lowering our consciousness by using our free will to override our past habits” ~Author.
“….You have two wolves within you, one bad and another good…which one are you feeding?….” ~The missing
We all have both a selfish separate self, and an Inner Being that is One with
the Universal Spirit. In this sense, every human has a sort of ‘split personality’. We
are all kind of what you call ‘schitzy’ with these two sides, these two people living
within us. And they are in total opposition. The free will dictates which of these
two sides will have its way in our life, at every given moment.
The struggle is nothing less than the war between good
and evil. There can be no harder battles. And with our free will, we can decide
who wins the battles, and ultimately, the war. Sometimes we have thoughts and feelings that are from one side, sometimes
from the other.
Then one of them finally “wins
out”. Well, how does one of them wins out?
Is one side stronger than the other within us?
That is not why one side wins out over the other, just
which side may have more voice or influence.
One side wins out over the other, simply because we use our free will to choose
which side we will go with which side we will lend our mind to, our attention to,
our thoughts to and ultimately, which side we will lend our actions to. Free will is
the one thing that gives us the ability, the power, to choose between our negative
self, and Universal Spirit. And the results of our choices change everything in our life, and the
lives of others.
“Every time you make a choice your Brain gets rewired”.
Every person has a different level of consciousness.
You know, every individual has a different level of how giving, or how selfish they
are. Some are higher (leaning more towards the Universal Spirit), some lower (leaning
more towards selfishness).
Thus the world is full of a variety of so called ‘good and bad’ people to all kinds
of degrees. For instance, some people are just ‘not very nice’ (on the bad side), and
others are really bad – rapists, murderers, etc. (more deeply on the bad side). Their
consciousness is a result of using their free will over time. For instance, someone
who has more often chosen selfishness over time will have lower consciousness
than someone who has more often chosen Unselfish Love. So each individual has
made one side primarily stronger than the other.
Yet in the worst, there is still a
divine spark of Universal consciousness buried deep within them, and in the best
people, except for the enlightened ones, there is still the seed of selfishness. Thus
all can still break from their norm at any time, and make different choices, and
change their consciousness, and thus even turn their lives around. Just by applying
free will, one step at a time. Building a new life, one stone at a time. We are always in the process of raising or lowering our consciousness by using our free will to override our past habits.
The brain produces microscopic electrical frequencies as thoughts travels in the labyrinth of the brain. The physical conduits of these thoughts are the millions of nerve cells or neurons in the brain. Just as radio signals, in order to make a comprehensible message, are beamed out on radio waves, a band of signals within a defined frequency, so the brain’s activity also occurs in waves. Brain waves can be measured on an electro-encephalograph machine (which is normally abbreviated to E.E.G. Machine). By attaching sensitive electrodes to the scalp, it is possible to measure accurately the type of brain wave that a subject is producing. These waves are usually expressed in the number of cycles per second (or C.P.S.)
The brain produces 4 main frequencies:
- Beta level brain waves – range 13-25 C.P.S. (cycles per second)
- Alpha level brain waves – range 8-12 C.P.S.
- Theta level brain waves – range 4-7 C.P.S.
- Delta level brain waves – range 0.5-3 C.P.S.
The following chart relates each type of brain waves to its principal function. We must remember however, that when we speak of someone being ‘in alpha’ we mean that this is their characteristic and predominant brain wave. Other brain waves will also be present, but in smaller quantities than usual
The linking of left and right brain activities is important in producing a shift from learning to accelerated learning. Yet our society is very ‘beta orientated’. We are busy thinking about the problem in hand, but don’t leave ourselves sufficiently open to other influences, which would help us memorize faster and make the sort of less expected connections that we call creative thinking.
In beta you don’t see the wood for concentrating on the trees. But learn to relax, increase the proportion of the alpha and ideally theta brain waves, and you have created the conditions where you may begin to see the whole picture. ‘Alpha’ is a natural and receptive state of mind, that we can all attain through the techniques of relaxation. They principally involve simple and pleasant relaxation exercises and listening to certain types of music.
The theta brain wave pattern is especially interesting. It occurs spontaneously to most of us in the twilight state between being fully awake and falling asleep. Arthur Koestler called it `reverie’. This drowsy stage is associated with fleeting semi-hallucinatory images. Thousands of artistic and literary inspirations and scientific inventions have been credited to this state, a sort of freeform thinking that puts you in touch with your subconscious.
Many psychologists would agree it is a reasonable hypothesis that, when left/right brain symbiosis takes place, conscious and subconscious are also united. The proportion of theta brain waves becomes much higher than normal. This is the moment when logical left brain activity declines. The left brain, which normally acts as a filter or censor to the subconscious, drops its guard, and allows the more intuitive, emotional and creative depths of the right brain to become increasingly influential.
If the hypothesis is true, then do women, popularly characterised as more intuitive, reach a walking theta state more often than men; and can this be associated with the fact that their left/right brain link, the corpus callosum, is larger and richer in connective capabilities than men’s? We do not yet know, but it is a fascinating area for future research.
At the University of Colorado Medical Centre and at the Biofeedback Centre in Denver, Dr. Thomas Budzyski has found that, when people were trained to achieve and maintain theta brain waves using biofeedback techniques, they did indeed learn much faster. Moreover, many emotional and attitudinal problems were solved at the same time.
For example, in a theta state, suggestions that racial prejudice is wrong were well accepted. Suggestions to overweight people to follow a sensible eating pattern were accepted and subsequently complied with, and insomnia and drinking problems were successfuly tackled.
Some time ago a New York advertising agency was asked to produce a T.V. Commercial to combat racial prejudice. They produced two. The first used a carefully built up rational argument. The second was a highly emotional film featuring attractive young black children and using many subconscious but positive appeals for fairness.
The logical T.V. Commercial actually intensified the degree of racial prejudice. The subjects felt themselves threatened as they realized they could not give an equally dispassionate and rational counter argument. Consequently the only possible response was an aggressive defence involving an increased emotional commitment to their original attitude.
The second commercial however, worked. Emotion laden appeals went beyond the conscious, the intellectual objections, and created a new positive image at the subconscious level that changed the subject’s entire personal response, so no conflict or threat was aroused. Can intelligence be increased?
Whilst it is certainly an oversimplification to relate intelligence to brain capacity it is, however, interesting to relate three statements: The average I.Q. is 100 The genius-level is 160 The average human probably uses 4% of his potential brain power
If that average human could learn to use not 4% of his brain but a still minimal 7% of his brain, could he attain genius level? This article is about techniques that probably improve the human memory, that increase creativity and that provide access to unused brain power. The indications are that the same techniques can measurably improve intelligence.
Our natural world is essentially an indivisible unity, but we human beings are condemned to apprehend it from two different directions — through our senses (perception) or through ourminds (conceptual). A child just observes and marvels, but as our rational minds become trained we are taught to interpret what we see, usually through other people’s ideas, in order to make sense of our sensory experience. Both are forms of reality, but unless we are able to bring the two aspects meaningfully together, the world will present nothing but incomprehensible riddles to us. This, in fact, is the basic shortcoming of our present human society. It is the great weakness of the prevailing scientific orthodoxy. As Schauberger noted: The majority believes that everything hard to comprehend must be very profound. This is incorrect. What is hard to understand is what is immature, unclear and often false. The highest wisdom is simple and passes through the brain directly into the heart. Some of the pioneers of science were able to bridge this dichotomy. Their way was to immerse themselves so deeply in the world of pure observation and experience, that out of these perceptions the concepts would speak for themselves
Viktor Schauberger (1885-1958) possessed this rare gift. As a result of this, more than anyone else of his time he foresaw, as early as the 1920s, the environmental crises in which we are now engulfed. Viktor’s forebears had a long tradition of caring for the welfare of the natural forest and its wildlife in the Austrian Alps. Although he was born into a family that cherished unspoilt Nature, Viktor, like most pioneers, was the rebel amongst them.
Viktor Schauberger recognized that Nature’s evolutionary purpose is to facilitate the emergence of higher life forms, to promote greater complexity of interrelationships and to raise the level of consciousness of the higher life forms, all a consequence of the continual refinement of energies. Viktor showed that highly ordered systems lose their stability when their environment suffers deterioration. He predicted that a decrease of biodiversity in Nature would bring an increase in violence and a degeneration of spiritual qualities in the human community. We think of evolution in terms of technological development. But if one aspect of potentiality is developed at the expense of the others, you end up with an unbalanced person, or even with a monster. This is one of the most important lessons our culture has to learn. It might well apply to the unregulated biotechnology industry. What level of crisis will be required to force us to rethink our priorities and change direction?
Perhaps the most important of Schauberger’s insights that we have to heed is the importance of balance in Nature. The nature of some attribute of an organism, its wholeness or unity is composed of two seemingly opposed qualities in resonant balance. Thus, for example, both egoism and altruism are necessary as human qualities, but for evolution to proceed, altruism must be more in the ascendant.Because our culture has emphasized the coarser qualities, our creative evolution has been arrested, and we have attracted the darker energies of degeneration, with increasing disorder and violence as the outcome.
Water The Source of life
Schauberger saw water as a pulsating, living substance that energizes all of life and water as a living organism, both organic and inorganic. He called it ‘the life blood of the Earth.’ Whether as water, blood or sap (which are essentially water), it is the indispensable constituent of all life-forms, and its quality and temperature is fundamental to health. When it is healthy it has a complex structure that enables it to communicate information, carry energy, nutrients and healing, to self-cleanse and discharge wastes. He believed that one of the causes of the disintegration of our culture is our disrespect for and destruction of water, the bringer of life, for in doing so we destroy life itself. Viktor also profoundly believed that our dangerous technologies produce poor water that has lost its energy and its ability to pulsate — and is effectively lifeless. This dead water produces inadequate nutrition, and Viktor believed that its regressive energies are responsible for degenerative diseases like cancer, for lower intelligence and for community turmoil.
Another cornerstone of Viktor’s ecotechnology is the importance of temperature in Nature’s processes. Modern technology creates vast amounts of waste heat (entropy) which contribute to global warming,especially in cities and industrial centres (carbon dioxide from burning fossil fuels being the principal source of global warming).Increasing heat will ultimately destroy life on Earth. Nature’s creativity, however, thrives on measured coolness.Most significantly, he showed how small variations in temperature are as crucial to the healthy movement of water and sap as they are to the human blood. He identified in particular the importance for water of the temperature of +4°C (39°F), referred to physically and chemically as the ‘anomaly point,’ when water is at its densest and has the greatest vitality, health and energy content.
An understanding of motion may be the most important of Schauberger’s discoveries. Our current technology uses the wrong form of motion. Our machines and processes channel agents such as air, water, other liquids and gases into the type of motion that Nature uses only to decompose and dissolve matter. Nature uses another form of motion for creating and rebuilding. Our technology’s mode of motion creates chaos, noise and heat, bringing disease to organisms and the breakdown of structures. Visualize if you will, what happens in an explosion — matter is torn apart, fragmented and destroyed. Its effect is to create degraded energy. Through its dependence on the decomposing mode of motion our technology creates enormous energy pollution and entropy, dangerously affecting the vital biodiversity and balance of our ecosystems. Our mechanical, technological systems of motion are nearly all heat- and friction-inducing, with the fastest movement at the periphery (as in a wheel), a form of motion that is disintegrative, noisy and inefficient; this is the way we generate our power — centrifugally. By contrast, Nature uses the opposite, centripetal, vortical form of motion, moving from the outside to the inside with increasing velocity, which acts to cool, to condense, to structure, assisting the emergence of higher quality and more complex systems.
Nature’s methods of producing energy are silent, but inherently far more effective and powerful than our mechanical techniques, as Schauberger was to prove with his implosion machines that produced prodigious amounts of power. The difference between the two forms of energy production is fundamental to the quality of any process in our world.
Viktor Schauberger took the ancients’ view of the Sun as the maleinseminator of Earth to create bountiful Nature. But, also like the ancients, he saw Nature as the mirror of the Divine. Following Goethe’s eighteenth century view, he conceived of God as a kind of ‘Divine Weaver’ of the unfolding tapestry of Evolution. It was through this vision that Viktor found common ground also with the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner.
The Vortex and Spiral
The vortex is a window between different qualities or levels of energy. Black Holes can be thought of as vortices linking different parts of our universe or even different universes. The vortex and spiral became hallmarks for Viktor Schauberger, as for him they were the key to all creative movement. As we shall demonstrate later, the vortex is most clearly seen with water, which it uses to purify and energize itself, introducing finer energies to wipe clean the bad energies of the water’s previous memory of misuse.
Energy is the Primary of Creation
Viktor Schauberger shows us that we need to think of energy in Nature as the potential for creation, not as a mechanical working process. He criticized our present view of how Nature works as untenably mechanistic, which he said this is one of the main reasons why we’re in such a mess. Our culture thinks of Nature as being like a big machine that can be manipulated and its resources extracted for our own greed, rather than a creative system that has a purpose.
uses egg-shapes to generate creative energies. The egg-shape became an important ingredient of his inventions. The egg is the only closed shape that will naturally generate vortical movement. Viktor Schauberger used egg-shaped compost piles to generate what he called ‘fructigenic’ energies, to stimulate plant growth. The egg-shape is found, especially in the leading edge of growth, in many organisms. The structure of the pine cone is also a good example of the egg-shape, though an elongated one. Its form is developed according to another strict geometric formula. When you examine the structure, you will see that the seed ‘wings’ form two opposing spirals. Moving from left to right (anti-clockwise) the descending (male) spirals complete three revolutions in the wavelengthof the cone; the eight ascending (female) spirals, rising to meet the male, are slower moving, completing only one revolution in the cone’s overall length. Where the male and female spirals intersect, a seed is born.
Some of Viktor Schauberger’s Quotes;
“I Think it would have been much better, had Newton contemplated how the apple got up there in the first place”
“Our primeval Mother Earth is an organism that no science in the world can rationalize. Everything on her that crawls and flies is dependent upon Her and all must hopelessly perish if that Earth dies that feeds us.”
“The Upholder of the Cycles which supports the whole of Life, is water. In every drop of water dwells the Godhead, whom we all serve; there also dwells Life, the Soul of the First substance – Water – whose boundaries and banks are the capillaries that guide it and in which it circulates. More energy is encapsulated in every drop of good spring water than an average-sized Power Station is presently able to produce.”
“Today’s science thinks too primitively; indeed it could be said that its thinking is an octave too low. It has still not ventured far enough into the realm of energy, and its attitude has remained development was necessary, for how else should a misguided humanity perceive the true interdependencies?
Without doubt, therefore, there is a definite intention to teach young people upside-down methods of working with which they have to miss-earn their daily bread. That is to say, instead of moving forwards, they go backwards all the more rapidly in step with the improvements in the contrary methods of motion. For only thus can today’s teaching principles flourish.”
- Victor Schaurberger Books
- Hidden Nature: The Startling Insights of Viktor Schauberger
- Living Energies: An Exposition of Concepts Related to the Theories of Viktor Schauberger
video on his theories, The research of Callum Coats takes us on a journey through the life and inventions of Austrian ecologist Viktor Schauberger