March 27, 2011

The Divine Matrix - Gregg Braden

  1. The Divine Matrix is the container that contains the Universe, the bridge between all things and the mirror that shows us what we created.
  2. Everything in our world is connected to everything else.
  3. To access the power of the Universe itself, we must see ourselves as part  of the world rather than being separated from it.
  4. When something has been joined it is always connected, whether or not it remain bound to the physical level.
  5. The act to focus our conscience is a creative act. Conscience creates !
  6. We all have the power we need to create all of the changes we choose to create !
  7. The subject we focus our attention on with our conscience becomes reality in our world.
  8. It is not enough just to say that we choose a new reality!
  9. Feeling is the language that The Divine Matrix understand.
  10. Not every feeling is right. Feelings that create must be outside the ego and not be judgmental. 
  11. In our life we must become the things we choose to experience as being our world.
  12. We are not limited by the laws of physics as we know them today.
  13. In something holographic, each piece reflects the meaning that whole thing.
  14. Hologram with connections to the universal consciousness ensure that at exact moment in which we create desires and prayers,they are already received at the destination.
  15. Through the hologram of consciousness, the smallest change in our lives is reflected everywhere in our world.
  16. The minimum number of people to "kick-start"a change in consciousness is a radical of 1% from a population.
  17. The Divine Matrix reflects the relationships in our world that we create in the context of our beliefs.
  18. True beliefs are reflected in our most intimate relationships we have.
  19. In our life we must become the things we choose to experience in our world.
  20. The root of our negative experiences can be reduced to one of the three universal fears ( or a combination of them ) :
  • Being afraid of abandonment.
  • Being afraid that you are good for nothing.
  • Not be being able to trust.


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