Posted by: Dawn Jones | March 26, 2009

The Divine Matrix

So I am on a Quantum physics kick. If you’ve watched the video “What the Bleep Do We Know?” starring Marlee Matlin, you know what I’m talking about. A few weeks ago I went to the library and picked up a few new books and videos on the topic, one of them being “The Divine Matrix: Bridging Time, Space, Miracles and Belief” by Gregg Braden. In a word, WOW.

Gregg claims that a few years ago he witnessed via video a spontaneous healing of a woman who had previously been diagnosed with an inoperable cancerous tumor in her bladder. As a last resort because Western medicine had failed, the woman traveled to Beijing for healing. Prior to the healing, she underwent a prescribed change in eating habits, along with a program of gentle movement to stimulate chi within her body, as well as special breathing techniques. Mr. Braden stated that he could see the woman lying on a gurney fully awake, having been given no sedative or pain meds. She was hooked up to an ultrasound machine aimed at the tumor which was showing a real-time image throughout the healing. Before the healing, a total of three practitioners agreed upon a mantra (translated in our language closely equivalent to ” already done, already done”) that they would recite which would reinforce a special feeling of healing within their own bodies, and help them to focus on healing the tumor. In less than four minutes of reciting this mantra and projecting healing energy to the woman, the tumor simply disappeared. (Note: I wanted to include a link to the video, which Mr. Braden apparently shows at workshops from time to time, but was unable to find it anywhere online. Anyone have a copy?)

Quantum theology says that we are energy beings of unlimited potential. We have the ability to heal our bodies, our minds, and to broadcast this energy to the world around us, healing others and the earth as well. And if we project that energy and believe it possible…we can truly move mountains.

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