What was the greatest scientific discovery of the 20th century? Albert Einstein’s 1907 Theory of Relativity, you’d most likely say, the revelation that triggered the last great paradigm shift in the physical sciences. And you’d be correct. However, Einstein himself could not believe the mind-boggling implications of his discovery, which contradicted some of his most basic beliefs about the nature of reality. So what did Einstein do? He fudged the equations, adding a term he called the “cosmological constant.” Toward the end of his life, Einstein confessed that this actRead More
Current Assumption: We are inevitably and permanently separate and disconnected from one another. We are all alone in an uncaring universe. Sometimes we feel alone in an uncaring universe, separate and disconnected from one another. The undivided unity of all things seems counter-intuitive. Our physical senses tell us the universe is comprised of trillions of separate objects and entities and energies. The rational-materialists tell us it’s ridiculous to assert that “all is One.” Non-duality is one of the great paradoxes of existence, although many of us have experienced oneness atRead More
If we maintain our trust in the loving Universe, trusting in the unknown, living in the present moment and putting one foot in front of the other, we find that somehow everything works out.rwise.Read More
For many of us, most of our waking thoughts are taken up with regrets, memories and nostalgia about the past, or fears, hopes and plans for the future. We rarely put our full attention on the present moment. We’re too busy to sit around meditating. We don’t have time, or at least that is how it seems in our frenzied, stressful lives, but let’s stop for a second and ask ourselves: What is time, in reality?Read More
We are all victims of circumstance, also known as fate. Circumstance is random, and fate is blind.
The “Trust Frequency” book opens with an unusual definition of the word “humanity”: Our life-journey begins with a pre-incarnation agreement to undertake our specific learning mission and to bring our unique gift to this world. Our undertaking, as we come to mature consciousness, is to remember our higher purpose, to re-connect with our soul’s mission, to discover our unique gift, and to be grateful for the sometimes-tough lessons that life presents along theRead More
Every human being longs for freedom. We are all familiar with the deep desire for self-determination, but how many of us realize that we are already free? We are born free. We came to this life by the exercise of free choice. It is only our deeply ingrained, culturally imposed assumptions to the contrary that makes us imagine otherwise.Read More
The Seven A’s - Our Awareness, Assumptions, Attitudes, Attention, Alignment, Actions and Allowing determine our Frequency. They are our requests to the Universe.
As quantum science tells us, nothing exists until it is observed, at which point the reality experienced by the observer emerges from the implicate order and manifests in the explicate order, to use the terminology of physicist David Bohm. things. Read More
Consciousness has nothing to do with reality. Reality is something external, something that happens to us. It was fixed in place long ago by forces beyond our control.
The First and Second Assumptions proposed that the only thing that exists is Love. We live in a conscious loving Universe. We explained the unconditional nature of the Love that drives all things and gives us everything we ask for. This month we reveal the mechanics, the physics, behind the creation of the reality each of us experiences.Read More
The First Assumption creates a major paradox by saying “There is only Love.” What about all those things we consider not to be love? The Second Assumption resolves the paradox by clarifying the unconditional nature of the Love that creates and drives all things. Read More
THE FIRST ASSUMPTION: We live in a Conscious, Loving Universe. There is only Love. CURRENT ASSUMPTION: The universe is mechanical, lifeless, and utterly unaware of our existence. It contains life, on this planet at least, but the universe is not in and of itself alive. It is not conscious. It certainly doesn’t love us.Read More