Life is Movement!

Life is a movement of energy – a Polarity Process of opposites seeking to attain unity
with source. This movement must be present in order for there to be health.
Nature supports this movement by generating self-sustaining patterns that propagate through toroidal dynamics, as well as other factors which are both known and unknown
to us. This dynamic model of energy is the underlying current to all of nature.

The human being is a form of nature. Every form in the physical manifest begins
as a feeling and every form inspires a new feeling. When we feel at peace we acclimate with the environment which allows for expansion. Negative feelings are signals from
the environment that provoke us to change our perception which also determines
the quality of the environment.

Perception is creation.

Your perceptions are only an interpretation of what you are feeling. Emotions originate
from the heart (thymus gland, heart chakra) and reside outside the temporal concept
of time. The heart contains neural tissue and works in tandem with the brain. It is also the first organ to develop in the body. The brain bathes in the physio-emotional field of the heart known as the Biofield or Aura. This electromagnetic envelope surrounds the human body and acts as a membrane between the inner self and the external world
which we are all a part of.

The data we collect from the environment comes in the form of sensation.
These e-motions are a movement of subtle, spiritual energy that pass through
the Central Nervous System (CNS). The CNS governs our reaction to external stimuli
by receiving electrical impulses from the brain, resulting in behaviour.

Based on our “Consensual Roladex of Experience” we form mental patterns known as memes. These memes define our inner belief system and ultimately the quality of our external culture. We create from the inside out.

Every thought complex begins as a spark in the brain which reduces its pulsation to the point of completion where physical manifest arises. This is the “event horizon” of human experience which is happening at the rate of quanta. Every pattern unit of expression begins as an energetic signature originating from source (potential energy) with a rate of velocity (kinetic energy) that ultimately must return or else exhaustion takes place.

This too shall pass!

We feel exhausted when we suffer as a result of expending our energy in order
to suppress our fear. The judgement we cast on ourselves is a form of constriction
out of fear of exposure. It also puts a limit on our capacity to create. This leads to the unconscious manifestation of less than desirable events. As a result of suppressing
the natural flow of life, physical dis-ease eventually takes place in the body.

We attempt to hold on to patterns that seem familiar as a means to ground ourselves.
This goes against our very nature which is infinite change. We fear change because
it is unknown. Death represents the ultimate unknown but it is also a necessary stage
in the movement of life. Everything returns to Spirit. Since this movement of energy
is always in a continuous state of flux, every moment offers the ability
to change our perception.

This is where you find your inner peace!

In the present moment allow yourself to drop the story which is perpetuating the fear.
It is of course one of your creations so you can undo it simply by letting it go.
Come back to the present moment and realize there isn’t a threat.
Notice how your feelings have shifted.
Realize that you created it all.
Once you are free from your own internal suffering you can serve others.

You teach what you are, you are what you teach!

– The Bioenergist

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2 thoughts on “Life is Movement!

  1. “We attempt to hold on to patterns that seem familiar as a means to ground ourselves.
    This goes against our very nature which is infinite change.”

    This’s so true; I learned it in an interesting way. It came from me getting tired of trying to keep my life organized and familiar, and one day I learned to like change. Then I realized that I liked the change because I learned to accept it as normal, not abnormal.

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