Lisa Transcendance Brown – Unity Connected Realities or Separation Disconnected Realities? – 2-20-17

THOUGHTS CREATE REALITY — Dr. Masaru Emoto’s Scientific Experiments – 2-3-17

Thoughts Create Reality — Dr. Masaru Emoto’s Scientific Experiments

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On a scale of 1 to 10, how powerful do you think thoughts are to success, compared to hard work, passion, money, character, and charisma? If you’ve prioritized and rated thoughts above everything else, then you’re onto something special.

Are you aware of the following?

Our thoughts (whether positive or negative) define how we perceive a situation, how we react and respond to them, and what we learn from them.
We know that in the end thoughts define our behavior, which when repeated consistently becomes a habit, and eventually becomes ingrained as an attitude towards life?
As a result, our thoughts affects what we believe about ourselves and our capabilities, and hence what we are capable of and will do.

Most of us are aware of that. However, there is something far more special about rating thoughts higher than everything else. It is knowing how they can impact our lives in the long run.

What if I tell you, that by believing strongly in your thoughts as being the most powerful aspect of your life, you can actually affect the physical reality of yourself and everyone around you?

Yes, directly, irrevocably, affect physical reality!


Well, someone has spent a lifetime trying to physically demonstrate the impact thoughts can have on our reality. And the results and insights are not just remarkable, but transformative.


Have you heard the adage ‘one is all and all is one’? It is a monist theme that reverberates across human history. Different religions and belief systems speak of our interconnectedness to the world around us and to one another as living beings. But how are we connected?

One recent explanation has been through quantum mechanics, and how our collective conscience can affect our lives.

Then there was an indirect hypothesis by Dr. Masaru Emoto, who set out to understand the impact our thoughts can have on water. He spent the entire decade of the 1990’s performing experiments to see how positive and negative thoughts can alter the properties of water.

His experiments are simple and powerful.


Dr. Emoto filled multiple containers with water, and to each, he directed either positive or negative thoughts — both written and verbal. He wrote either positive or negative words on the container, spoke to them positively or negatively, or played positive and negative music to the container.

For instance, saying positive statements such as “Thank You”, “I love you”, “I am grateful for you” to one container while making negative statements such as “I hate you”, “I will hurt you”, “Get away from me!” etc. to another.

In a similar vein, he directed music with positive or negative tones and lyrics towards another set of containers.

Each experiment was conducted for a specific time. At the end of the experiments, he collected samples of water from each container and froze them. The crystals were then photographed.


Dr. Emoto found that samples of water that were treated to positive thoughts and intentions formed clear and beautiful ice crystals, whereas those exposed to negative thoughts and intentions showed negative and ugly patterns.

Here is a video showing the photographed crystals:

Dr. Emoto then took the experiments to a completely new level by adding human indifference in his experiments.

He added rice to three containers, adding water, and then subjecting each to a positive, negative, and an indifferent attitude for 30 days.

  • Positive = Positive prayers
  • Negative = Harsh statements
  • Indifference = Completely ignoring them

At the end of 30 days, he compared the level of decay in each container.

  1. He found that the container that was showered with positive praise fermented, giving off a sweet aroma.
  2. The one exposed to negativity turned black.
  3. The neglected container also caught mold and decayed, showing how indifference to oneself is also devastating.

(Dr Masaru Emoto’s book, The Hidden Messages in Water is available on Amazon).
The rice experiment:


Given that 60% of our body mass is made of water, imagine how our thoughts and intents about ourselves and about people around us dramatically alter our own auras, and empower others.
This is where positive affirmations come into play: these are the positive thoughts that we say to ourselves, which both cleanse and strengthen our personal auras and those of people we care about and love.

So, the next time you dive into introspection and come out with better understanding of your insecurities and limiting beliefs, simply transform them into positive mantras about change and empowerment for yourself. Then repeat them to yourself each day and observe how over time, your physical reality starts to transform and change.

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Arjun Walia – Matter is an Expression of Consciousness: The Non-Physical is Real – 12-10-16


 Physicists Say Consciousness May Be A State Of Matter: The Non-Physical Is Indeed Real

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by Arjun Walia, on Collective Evolution, on November 11, 2015


“Looking for consciousness in the brain is like looking in the radio for the announcer.” – Nassim Haramein, director of research for the Resonance Project

It’s been more than one hundred years since Max Planck, the theoretical physicist who originated quantum theory, which won him the Nobel Prize in Physics, said that he regards “consciousness as fundamental,”  that he regards “matter as a derivative from consciousness,” and that “everything we talk about, everything that we regard as existing, postulates consciousness.”

He is basically saying that the immaterial ‘substance’ of consciousness is directly intertwined with what we perceive to be our physical material world in some sort of way, shape or form, that consciousness is required for matter to be, that it becomes after consciousness….and he’s not the only physicist to believe that.

“It was not possible to formulate the laws of quantum mechanics in a fully consistent way without reference to consciousness.” – Eugene Wigner, theoretical physicist  and mathematician. He received a share of the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1963

Scientists have been urging the mainstream scientific community, which today is littered with scientific fraud and industry influence as well as invention secrecy, to open up to a broader view regarding the true nature of our reality.

“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade that in all of the previous centuries of its existence.” – Nikola Tesla

Not long ago, a group of internationally recognized scientists came together to stress this fact and how it’s overlooked by the mainstream scientific community. It’s ‘post-material” science, an area of study dealing with the ‘non-physical realm, and it’s challenging the modern scientific worldview of materialism that’s dominated mainstream science. The idea that matter is not the reality is finally starting to gain some merrit. The summary of this report presented at the International Summit On Post-Materialist Science can be found HERE.

“The modern scientific worldview is predominantly predicated on assumptions that are closely associated with classical physics. Materialism—the idea that matter is the only reality—is one of these assumptions. A related assumption is reductionism, the notion that complex things can be understood by reducing them to the interactions of their parts, or to simpler or more fundamental things such as tiny material particles.” – Manifesto for a Post-Materialist Science

MIT’s Max Tegmark,a theoretical physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, is one of the latest to attempt explaining why he believes consciousness is a state of matter. He believes that consciousness arises out of a certain set of mathematical conditions, and that there are varying degrees of consciousness – just as certain conditions are required to create varying states of vapor, water, and ice. As PBS emphasized, “understanding how consciousness functions as a separate state of matter could help us come to a more thorough understanding of why we perceive the world the way we do.” (source)

Tegmark describes this as “perceptronium,” which he defines as the most general substance that feels subjectively self-aware and this substance should not only be able to store information, but do it in a way that form a unified, indivisible, whole.

“The problem is why we perceive the universe as the semi-classical, three dimensional world that is so familiar. When we look at a glass of iced water, we perceive the liquid and the solid ice cubes as independent things even though they are intimately linked as part of the same system. How does this happen? Out of all possible outcomes, we do we perceive this solution?” – Tegmark (source)

This new way of thinking about consciousness has been spreading throughout the physics community at an exponential rate within the past few years. Considering consciousness as an actual state of matter would be huge, considering the fact that modern day definitions of matter require a substance to have mass, which consciousness does not have. What it does have, however, is some sort of effect on our physical material world, and the extent of this effect and how far it goes is the next step for science.

The quantum double slit experiment is a very popular experiment used to examine how consciousness and our physical material world are intertwined. It is a great example that documents how factors associated with consciousness and our physical material world are connected in some way.

One potential revelation of this experience is that “the observer creates the reality.” A paper published in the peer-reviewed journal Physics Essays by Dean Radin, PhD, explains how this experiment has been used multiple times to explore the role of consciousness in shaping the nature of physical reality.

The study found that factors associated with consciousness “significantly” correlated in predicted ways with perturbations in the double slit interference pattern. (source)

“Observation not only disturbs what has to be measured, they produce it. We compel the electron to assume a definite position. We ourselves produce the results of the measurement.” (source)

For a physicist to brush off the fact that understanding consciousness is necessary for the advancement and understanding of the nature of our reality is not as common as it used to be but, despite the empirical success of quantum theory, even the suggesting that it could be true as a description of our reality is greeted with harsh cynicism, incomprehension and even anger.

“A fundamental conclusion of the new physics also acknowledges that the observer creates the reality. As observers, we are personally involved with the creation of our own reality. Physicists are being forced to admit that the universe is a “mental” construction. Pioneering physicist Sir James Jeans wrote: “The stream of knowledge is heading toward a non-mechanical reality; the universe begins to look more like a great thought than like a great machine. Mind no longer appears to be an accidental intruder into the realm of matter, we ought rather hail it as the creator and governor of the realm of matter. Get over it, and accept the inarguable conclusion. The universe is immaterial-mental and spiritual.”  – R.C. Henry, Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Johns Hopkins University ,  “The Mental Universe” ; Nature 436:29,2005) (source)

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The Illusory Myth of Reality — Culture of Awareness

By Purnima Ramakrishnan, Wake Up World “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” ~ Albert Einstein We are so conditioned to routine and habit, swimming in the safety cocoon of expectations and life situations which we are all equipped to handle within the conscious frame of our being. What if I were to […]

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Lisa Transcendance Brown – Multi-Dimensional Physical Realities – 11-4-16

Our Multidimensional Self and Reality – Life After Death – Jurgen Ziewe,Evita Ochel



Published on Sep 2, 2016

EBTV with host Evita Ochel ( and featured guest Jurgen Ziewe ( in a dialogue about Jurgen’s work with multidimensional reality, including out-of-body experiences and life after death.

Jurgen Ziewe is an artist, author, researcher and explorer of multidimensional reality.

Jurgen’s books include:
1. Multidimensional Man:
2. Vistas of Infinity:
3. The Ten Minute Moment:

Topics covered in the video include:

1. Jurgen’s journey of awakening and interest in subjects related to consciousness and multidimensional realities. (1:35)
– Jurgen’s early years
– experience with meditation
– experience with dark energies and fear
– experience with oneness and purpose for life
– the start of Jurgen’s OBEs (15:08)
– state of meditation; achieving vs. allowing (18:50)

2. Jurgen’s explanation of what out-of-body experiences are, different types and his experience. (20:02)
– physical level vs. astral level
– Jurgen’s technique for reporting his OBEs / astral plane experiences (25:00)
– how OBEs influenced Jurgen’s art and the visions he brought back

3. Similarities and differences between OBEs, dreams and lucid dreams. (29:15)

“I always draw parallels to our dreams in which we are stripped of our physical bodies and yet function perfectly in synch of what we are. When we die, we enter another dream, a lucid dream which offers incredible options for expanding consciousness, if only we knew a bit more.” ~ Jurgen Ziewe

4. The benefits of the shift / awakening of consciousness. (36:07)
– whether we need to be spiritual to awaken to reality / multidimensional reality
– the saints amongst us (Jurgen’s hospital story)

5. How our thinking versus being influences what we think and how we experience reality. (42:15)

“There are plenty of theories and beliefs, but equally many more misconceptions and illusions.” ~ Jurgen Ziewe

– the role of heart-centered living
– the role of words and the intellect
– the importance of being, presence and gratitude
– the individual and collective awakening experience
– the importance of finding our own path (not getting distracted)

6. What to expect after physical death; understanding the landscape and experience of this dimension. (51:20)

“When the physical body dies, our internal world becomes our
external reality.” ~ Jurgen Ziewe

– the importance of our focus and actions in this reality, and how they determine our non-physical reality
– the potential of our liberation based on how we use our mind

7. Jurgen’s resources for understanding the nature of our multidimensional self and reality. (1:01:41)
– the reason Jurgen wrote his books
– the value of the “Om” mantra


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