Is my current belief system serving me?

I found the title of this posting while poking around on the net looking to see if it was easy to find information about re-mineralizing your (the human) body. I came across an interview with a dancer (Tonya Kay) that believes strongly in living a raw food lifestyle. The interview came and went, but the (above) words stuck with me.

Is my current belief system serving me? Reaches even deeper for I’ve just completed reading through The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton.

If you’ve got an open mind and open heart, this book will touch you. The best part about it, for me, is that the words have the ring of truth. It may seem funny to you, but you know that feeling when you put on a shirt that you know is just right, and someone comments on it saying that it looks good – and, well, you already knew that? Well, that’s how these words come across to me.

The drawback, if you know me you know there is always a critic in me looking to share my opinion, is that the book falls a little short with regards to the external stimuli! The good doctor can talk all day about the stimulus response process, yet he only vaguely touches on the attribute that drives all the cells – light generated by the soul of the person. Yet, I can fully understand any hesitation that he might have in writing about that stimuli for the instruments to measure the interactions are not available and, if they where, by current standards; the act of observing what’s going on would actually change the observation.

In review:

I have to say that I love how he outlines ‘matter’ in his The Illusion of Matter section in the book. As he outlines some historical discoveries about matter, he works his way to:

…  Within another ten years, physicists abandoned their belief in a Newtonian, material universe because they had come to realize that the universe is not made of matter suspended in empty space but energy.

Quantum physicists discovered that physical atoms are made up of vortices of energy that are constantly spinning and vibrating; each atom is like a wobbly spinning top that radiates energy. Because each atom has its own specific energy signature (wobble), assemblies of atoms (molecules) collectively radiate their own identifying energy patterns. …

… In fact, as you focused through the entire structure of the atom, all you would observe is a physical void. The atom has no physical structure – the emperor has no clothes!

His way of conveying that atoms are energy waves of a particular vibration makes sense to me. On a quantum scale, I can see how two atoms can find harmony and bond. Like spinning gears, if two atoms have energy signatures that complement each other, like teeth in a gear, the atoms would find the tendency to bond.

What I find truly amazing about the quantum level atomic interactions is the amount of empty space that exists! We’ve all seen the artist’s representations of water particles where it shows them floating around in space. This website has a few really nice pictures.

The common understanding is that as the water molecules bounce around they create a little space in between each molecule. Well, this understanding seems to be built off the idea that the atoms are ‘solid’ balls of matter. Well, if they are a vortex of energy, I can imagine them bouncing around due to electromagnetic forces that would create attractive and repulsive forces like millions of super strong magnets spinning super fast. These little magnets are so strong that two molecules can’t touch – they can hold (what seems to be) a lot of weight – yet, there is still an attraction force that holds them together.

On the atomic level, it’s also interesting that with water, visible light can travel through it. In other words, the swirling vortices of energy known as water molecules do not trap visible light. The vibration of these atoms allow for light transfer. Water is made up of oxygen and hydrogen.

What about carbon?  Well, as we all know, both diamonds and graphite are made of carbon and they have different transparences. Graphite is opaque, whereas diamonds are translucent. It would seem that structure has something to do with carbon’s ability to not interfere with a visible light wave (energy) for it clearly has the ability to not interfere with light when it’s in its crystalline form. This makes me wonder about sugar and more complex carbohydrates.

Logically, at the atomic level, it would make sense that a plant would optimize its ability to store sunlight energy in a way that doesn’t interfere with storing sunlight energy. I mean, it makes sense that when a cell in a leaf is capturing the energy from the sun and creating sugar molecules that these new molecules would not interfere with the sunlight that’s passing through the cell. Cells that perform photosynthesis are three dimensional and if the plant created molecules that absorbed sunlight in a way that prevented the energy from being used ‘below it’ in the cell, that would be an inefficient form of storage for the plant.

When we look at amino acids – the building blocks of the proteins in our body, they are predominately made from oxygen, hydrogen, carbon and nitrogen. The only new vibrational element is nitrogen. As it turns out, 80% of the air we breathe is nitrogen (nearly 20% oxygen). In this case, I would assume that nitrogen also has the ability to not interfere with visible light – which leads me to believe that it makes sense that protein molecules might be visible light transparent (to the greatest extent).

As it turns out, most of the molecules that go into making up the body seem to not absorb visible light energy!

Thus, when the cells in the body break down sugar to release the stored electromagnetic energy, that energy would be free to travel until is finds a vibrational energy that traps it.

I keep coming back to the retina in the eyes with regards to how they twist when visible light energy comes in contact with it. Well, what if there are other protein configurations in the body act just like the retina – but rather then reacting to visible right rays from ‘outside’ the body – that are stimulated by light from within?

What if the main stimuli in the body is light?

It would seem that the body is streamlined with molecules that are both light friendly and light efficient. The more I look into it, the more I come to believe that light energy plays a very significant role in our lives.

Yet, at the same time, are bodies are not transparent! At the non-atomic level, light can only travel a little way through our bodies before it’s absorbed. This same observation can be made with other ‘matter’. It would appear that as light enters a concentrated collection of vortexes, it eventually gets trapped and can’t escape. At this point, I’ve got to wonder if energy entering a substance actually feeds it?

This brings up a question: does matter break down if it’s not ‘fed’ energy? (I’m looking forward to blogging about that!)

I’m still looking for a good theory that links spirit to light. Or, if it works the other way around, finding ways to link how light goes to make up spirit!

For now, my belief that the science behind how spirit and ‘matter’ are linked seems to have made another step forward. I’m looking forward to having more time to investigate this union closer.

For now, feed your light body and generate harmonic vibrations!

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