Beyond the Superconscious Mind – Part 2: How to get there ...

Beyond the <b>Superconscious Mind</b> – Part 2: How to get there <b>...</b>

Beyond the <b>Superconscious Mind</b> – Part 2: How to get there <b>...</b>

Posted: 08 Feb 2014 08:22 PM PST

Now that we have understood happiness is within us through the layers of our mind, we now look at how to get there. HOW TO GET THERE The human mind is as restless as an untamed monkey, running after desires which ...

“Good Sex” and the <b>Super</b>-<b>Conscious Mind</b> | Psychology Today

Posted: 22 Sep 2012 05:30 PM PDT

Perhaps we have been timid in asserting that there is a relationship between romantic or sexual love and higher consciousness.

Biochemically Connected to God, Part 4

In Dark Light Consciousness, Dr. Edward Bruce Bynum, Director of Behavioral Medicine at University of Massachusetts Amherst reports that in his research he found that neuromelanin, a dark biochemical substance in the nervous system "is able to transduce, or shift energy, from one state to another, from vibration to sound, to heat, to light."

For sake of explanation, Bynum says there is in humans, and in all things, a physical body and an ethereal body.  They do not exist separately but rather the ethereal body is the energy matrix, the "luminous matrix," Bynum calls it, out of which physical bodies are generated.

The ethereal body is the template for the underlying energy that "creates" each thing in the physical world. In humans the densest frequency of the matrix exists as the Kundalini energy of the root chakra, associated in the physical body with the sexual organs.

During sexual activity this Kundalini energy is activated just as in Bynum formulation, we can also activate it through mediation. Neuromelanin acts as an energy prism through which Kundalini energy (DNA and genetic materials) passes and is transduced, shifted,   or changed to different frequencies.

It then spread through the nervous, endocrine and other systems to all parts of the ethereal body of the individual and to the energy matrix that is the Unified Field of forces, the super-conscious mind, God, the infinite, invisible, indivisible, eternal realm out of which all things in the time/space world are constantly being generated. This happens in each of the lovers.

So scientifically, two people making love are indeed forming a biochemical bond in God. What we have been arguing all along in our series "Biochemically Connected to God" is that our ancient wisdom traditions told us things that our most advanced scientists are just beginning to scientifically confirm.

The most relevant teachings in our wisdom traditions in this regard come from the Gupta period in India when "tantras" from many Southern Asian religions were brought together in one empire. A tantra is a body of beliefs and practices based on the idea that the universe we experience (the clockwork universe controlled by Newtonian laws) is nothing other than the concrete manifestation of divine energy, of God, if you will.

In what is called tantric sexuality there is a focus on worshiping the energy of the divine feminine in us and the universe. In Christian traditions the most relevant teachings come from stories in the much denounced Gospel of Mary in Gnostic Scriptures.

There is much in Gnostic Scriptures about sexual union as a path to the realm of divine energy. For example,  the Gospel of Thomas says: "When you make the two into one, and when you make the inner like the outer and the outer like the inner, and the upper like the lower, and when you make male and female into a single one, so that the male will not be male nor the female be female, ….. then you will enter (heaven)."

I do not want to go "out" as far as, say, Michael Winn does in his paper The Quest for Spiritual Orgasm. Winn's is an interesting trip but I would rather look down that road than go down it. I do not want to be one of those gurus out there setting up workshops to teach people how to have divine sexual intercourse.

In the Spiritual Intelligence Research Project that I carried on at Rutgers University for over a decade, we always preferred to wait until science catches up and gives us clearer ideas about the nature of spiritual existence. Until then our wisdom traditions tell us all we need to know. They tell us that there is something down there –down the road where we'll eventually discover enough for a workshop on getting sexual energy to interact with the luminous matrix in which we all have our existence.

George Davis is author of the new spiritual spy novel, The Melting Points. Just published is the 40th Anniversary Edition of Coming Home, Davis' novel upon which the Academy Award winning, Jane Fonda, Vietnam War film of the same name was based.


The 2012 Election and the <b>Super</b>-<b>Conscious Mind</b> | Psychology Today

Posted: 18 Nov 2012 12:00 AM PST

Hard factual data is not the only thing that should be valued as useful knowledge  

 On Nov 5, I wrote in this blog that:

I know that President Obama will win the 2012 electoral college tomorrow by almost as wide a margin as in the election of 2008.

My editors unpublished the post because it may have seemed too much of a pro-Obama "personal/ideological rant." To my mind it was a rant in favor of magical thinking. It used objective data but the entire point of the article was that using objective data in combination with magical thinking gives you a better grasp of the whole truth, or holistic truth.

Using this combination I came to the conclusion more than two months before the election that President Obama would win big! I had used the same kind of thinking in February of 2007 to know that Obama would win the 2008 election in the first place 

In a post on Feb 11, 2012 entitled Barack Obama and "The Magic of Reality" I wrote:

". . . there were a lot of us who felt that Barack Obama's election to the American Presidency in 2008 was going to be a magical happening. Summing up that pre-election prediction of magic I wrote: ". . .many of the folk I knew arrived at their conclusion in a very non-analytical way.

"Ralph Collins (a friend) said: 'Obama has a divine wind at his back.'' Another friend, Ronald Avila Taylor, said . . . 'a miracle is going to happen.'  Oprah who seems to discern spiritual things said he was 'the one.' Obama himself said very early in his campaign. 'There's something stirring in the air. You can feel it!'

To give credibility to something stirring in the air is to give some credence to magical thinking. To some extent all of us give such credence. Now we have the science to give us valid reasons to respect our hunches, gut feelings, intuitions, premonitions, intentions and faith.  In the last few posts I have been discussing this science as it is laid out by Edward Bruce Bynum Ph.D in Dark Light Consciousness.

During the 20th century, science advanced to the point that intelligent thinkers could move beyond limiting the spheres of knowledge to the clockwork universe.  We can still be intelligent, non-superstitious people and give credibility to the workings of an entire intangible universe not governed by Newtonian laws of causality.

This intangible universe is called the Unified Field of forces by quantum physicists. The Kingdom of God, we say in Christian traditions. The super-conscious mind integral psychologists call it, the divine source of all energy say many Eastern religions, and a world of infinite possibilities say spiritual self-help gurus.

The clock-work universe is enfolded in, entangled with, and is constantly being affected by this infinite, intangible field of forces. We don't know much about how; but physicists like David Bohm are giving us indications that we are on the road to learning more.

Post-Newtonian thinking suggests that a complex phenomenon, like an election, can be more deeply understood if we take into account both the data from the tangible clock-work universe (Nate Silver's 538 blog is the source I like best) and the knowledge we get from the intangible field of forces in which the clock-work universe is enfolded (my best source for this knowledge is the Spiritual Intelligence Action Research Project).

In short, hard data is not the only form of knowledge. Poets and song writers know things; and so also do athletes, for example. Take a great basketball player like Michael Jordan. Once everything in the clockwork universe has been taken into account –body conditioning, practice, athletic talent, opponent's abilities and placement on the court –once all of this has been taken into account magical thinking gives additional forms of knowledge.

The great basketball player "knows" that his or her shot will go in the basket. The more the athlete knows it the greater is the probability that the ball will actually go in. If someone does not want to call this knowledge because the ball might not go in, then they have reduced the likelihood that it will.

The poet T.S. Eliot knew that "We (humans) shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time." In short, he knew that the human race came from oneness and will return to oneness.

For a data-driven society to ignore other forms of knowledge is for it to limit the ability to see and realize truth.  Despite Senator John McCain's lead in the poll in early September 2008, Obama seemed to know he was going to win. Those of us who had a spiritually intelligent view of the power of magical thinking also knew. Obama won: 349 electoral votes to 173.

Data from the clock-work universe said that the 2012 election would be a dead heat Obama 47% and Romney 47% said pre-election polls. Five days before the election, Obama adviser David Axelrod said "I've known him (Obama) for 20 years. We've worked closely for 10 years. I've never seen him more exhilarated than he is right now."

I think it was spiritually intelligent or magical thinking that prompted Obama to remark "I'm sort of a prop in this campaign." That's the way it is when your premonitions have given you clear discernment that powers outside the clockwork universe are working in your favor. I think that Obama knows what Michael Jordan or T. S. Eliot would know. This is knowledge that data cannot give you; but it is knowledge that gives you a better grasp of the truth. Many of us are learning to trust and use it effectively.

George Davis is author of the new spiritual spy novel, The Melting Points, about three women pursued by danger as the clockwork universe melts around them. Just published is the 40th Anniversary Edition of Coming Home, Davis' novel upon which the Academy Award winning, Jane Fonda, Vietnam War film of the same name was based.

The <b>Super Conscious Mind</b> | Powerful Mind Secrets

Posted: 09 Oct 2013 10:54 AM PDT

What is the most powerful single thing in the universe? You might say something like nuclear or something created in a lab somewhere. You would be wrong! The most powerful thing in the universe is kept right between your ears. That's right it is your brain.

The brain not only controls your bodily functions making sure that you breathe and that your heart does not stop pumping, but your brain allows you to create the reality that you want. This sounds crazy at first. It is however very true.

All you have to ask yourself if you are in a place that you want to be. The brain does the rest. How you use your brain is one hundred percent up to you. The reality you create is one hundred percent up to you.

The best part is that it works whether you believe it or not. So if you create a reality full of drama and problems that is what you will get. On the other hand f you create a problem free world you get that. It may sound too easy to be true but it is.

Think about a time in your life when things are going great. Maybe you are on vacation. The worries of your life are put on the back burner; you are just focused on relaxing. You have a great time. You may not do anything spectacular but you have fun.

The reason that happened was because you were focused on relaxing. Now take a time when everything is in chaos, and everything seems to be against you. That same brain that created all that relaxation is now creating all of this chaos. The reason is that the chaos is what you are focused on.

This may be a simple example but this is a simple concept. Whatever you are focused on is what you get. Imagine if you spent most of your life focused on a calm world. That is what you would get. Doesn't that sound awesome?

The idea behind the super conscious mind is your focus. You have to clean all of the negative from your life. You must get rid of all of the things that you allow to stop your progress. These will mainly consist of fears. You must get rid of your fears.

Once you get rid of your fears there is a great big world out there that is waiting for you. Then you are ready to get out there and explore. There is no better feeling than when you get rid of your fears and finally take control of your life. This is the way you are supposed to live. So plug into your super conscious mind today and see what you have been missing.



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