Quantum Physics and the Ancestors
What we do today has an effect on our surroundings, and, also, the past. Quantum physics is showing us there's more to our idea of life than what has been taught in elementary school science books.
Date: 5/5/2007 10:31:45 PM ( 13 y ) ... viewed 2776 times
It’s amazing to think that what we are doing in this moment actually has importance to the past. It’s something I certainly never thought about until just a few years ago: and it wasn’t a reading of Quantum Physics that helped bring about that revelation, either.
Actually, it was in a Mayan Temascal sweat lodge in Tulum, Mexico, that this awareness came to me. I’d never experienced a sweat lodge before, and it was as if the spirit of my ancestors—the spirits of those who came before me—came to my awareness. It was a powerful “vision” of sorts, one that instilled in me the fact that the healing work I was doing was, in turn, healing them, the ancestors. I intuitively knew this had truth, especially in how my work could be affecting my familial ancestors
Little did I know this work would affect more than my family. It is as though our work at healing ourselves heals the future as well. I guess the work with Quantum Resonance proves that: the work by David Bohm and writings by Michael Talbot prove these things.
The fact that so many of us are gathering “insights” into facts and truths about the natural world prove this as being true on many levels. We are being taught by the world around us, despite what our science textbooks might have us believe. The wind, the stones, the water: they are all sharing wisdom with us, and it is up to us to be open and receptive to this wisdom.
Everything is shifting and changing. Everything is sharing, moving, wiggling, laughing. Everything is abundantly being shared with each of us. Everything is filled with ancestral wisdom, if we can allow ourselves the opportunity to experience that. Such wisdom is a gift, and it is to our benefit if we open it and not leave it for the next generation to open. If only we can open it, its work will already be underway for the next generation, and those who came before us as well.
You see, it is possible that the ancestors seek healing in ways they couldn’t heal themselves. It is as though they couldn’t complete a task, and left it for the future generations to complete it. It’s inconceivable to imagine in what ways the task was left for future generations, but it is sometimes left, nonetheless.
I firmly believe what is called the idea of leaving something for yourself for a future life. Robert Thurman explained this concept in an interview over a decade ago:
Tibetans believe it’s like a micro-cellular CD-ROM that’s placed in what you might call the spiritual gene—a gene with all its codes, but spiritual, because it doesn’t go with the physical genes or physical flesh, but it goes instead in the rebirthed soul of the begin. It’s like a genetic code in the soul that goes from body to body. In the sixteenth century, a teacher had planted this on the spiritual gene of this person, and it suddenly was triggered now, many lifetimes later, in the twentieth century.
There are truly treasures everywhere: treasures that are given to us to heal ourselves, heal our ancestors, and heal the future. These treasures might come in our DNA, they might come in the song of a bird; they might come in a sunset, or even in a National Football League kickoff return. Who knows! The key is to be open, receptive, and in wonderment: for the possibility for the impossible is all around.
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