Who Are You?

Reflections at the A Mandorla lake…

The Holographic Universe

Years ago I read the book “The Holographic Universe” by Michael Talbot and that was a real eye-opener. I can only recommend it! The book itself is hard to find these days, but the pdf is free available on the internet. If anybody wants it, I can send it.

Some years ago the BBC produced a very interesting documentary on the principles the book is based upon, combined with the most recent discoveries in the field of quantum physics, holography, neuropsychology, and more.

Here is the first part of this five-part documentary. Super interesting for everyone who dears to question the generally accepted paradigms. A must-see if you are interested in learning more about the true nature of “reality”.

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The Five Basic Laws of Creation

The basic Blueprint of the Structure of Existence by Bashar…

The following “Five Basic Laws of Creation” are true Everywhen and Everywhere in the universe, including all dimensions.

  1. You exist (I Am)
  2. Everything is Here and Now
  3. The One is All, and the All are One
  4. What you put out is what you get back
  5. The only constant in the universe is change, except for the first 4 postulates, which never change
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Know How You Were Programmed

Dr. Bruce Lipton is one of the major actors in the big change of paradigm that is hitting our current belief systems.

Have a look at this video and learn the basics of your own programming! Why are you struggling, are you genetically predisposed, and more important… How can I fully take my life in my own hands and thrive in a fulfilling and healthy way?

So much wisdom and so many tools for a happy, healthy and wealthy life in only 13 minutes…

Plato Revisited – The Allegory Of The Cave

A philosophical discourse by Indra

How wonderful to be sitting here, far away from all that narrow-minded and hectic hassle in the city. Fully enjoying the weak but pleasantly fresh sea breeze that every now and then gently stroke this one-hundred-and-fifty-meter-high eagle’s nest. Down in the city, the oppressive humid heat had held me in its grip all day long, and at first, I had felt pretty reluctant to start the climb to the Acropolis, confined in this heavy armor of loom. But my love for the sacred peace and serenity, and my passion for a healthy, trained body had pulled their shot off, and now I could finally lay back and pick the sweet fruits of my efforts.

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