As human beings, emotions are one of the most powerful tools and resources of creation that we possess. This means that, as the creator of our own emotions—because we are endowed with free will—at every moment we have the opportunity to choose how we think, feel, act, and react to the people, circumstances, and situations in our lives.
Does this sound familiar? It’s a new year and a new decade, and the new you is ready to follow suit. Motivation and ambition are running at an all-time high. You’re finally going to reach those goals you’ve been striving for; you’re finally going to take those first few steps towards actualizing your dream. And then… Three weeks into the new year and you’re back to the old self, stuck in old familiar thoughts, habits, behaviors or emotions, living out of the same unconscious programs, and succumbing to your environment (or the people in your environment), which expects you to act and behave a certain way.
“The modern artist...is working and expressing an inner world—in other words—expressing the energy, the motion, and other inner forces.”
With the end of 2019 upon us and the fresh start of a new decade before us, let’s talk about forgiveness.
When we changed the format at our Advanced Workshops into weeklong events, we also introduced outdoor challenge activities. Some of those activities included rappelling down buildings and running the gauntlet of elevated obstacle courses. The purpose of these activities is to challenge people to overcome their fears and unconscious programs by applying “the formula” with their eyes open (instead of with their eyes closed in meditation) in order to demonstrate brain and heart coherence during life’s defining moments. In Niagara Falls, New York, however, we decided to present our students with an internal challenge. We called it “A Day in No Time.”
Since my team and I began this journey, we have been extensively training our student body to change their brain waves with their eyes closed in meditation. When you close your eyes in meditation, disconnect from the outer world, and music fills the space, the sensory information coming into the brain is reduced. The less sensory information coming into your brain, the more the neocortex, or the thinking brain, settles down. When the thinking brain shuts down, we move into trance, which allows us to receive more information either from our own autosuggestions, from visions of a new future, or from the quantum field.
Children are the seeds of our future and the generation that will resolve—from a greater level of consciousness—the conditions and problems the previous generations created. That’s why the topic of children and how to raise them in this work is one of the most common requests we’ve received from our global community.
Three years ago, Eefje, a student of our community from the Netherlands, was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Upon the news of her diagnosis, she followed the suggested protocol and had surgery. At first everything seemed fine, but several months later her cancer came back with a greater degree of severity and aggression. By this time, it had spread throughout her entire abdominal area.
There are three types of stress—physical, chemical, and emotional. Each of these stressors knocks the physical body out of its natural state of balance, otherwise known as homeostasis. Likewise, these three types of stress can be countered by balancing the physical, chemical, and emotional states back into order.
For the past decade, we have been performing extensive scientific research and measurements to demystify the process of personal change and transformation. The evidence we’ve gathered points to a formula that, when followed, directly affects people’s biology. Amongst countless other results, what we’ve found is that by people simply changing their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and energy, they can produce profound positive effects on their genetic expression, neurology, immune system, longevity, heart and brain coherence, and overall health.