Here is a partial transcript for the movie "What the (Bleep) do we know?" I do this as an additional study tool for this area. If you've kept up with this blog, you've seen how I think this movie is an incredible resource. Along with "The Secret", this is a must-have resource for anyone serious in re-programming themselves and creating the world of their dreams.
I don't do this to detract from the commercial success of this movie/DVD. Factually, they are doing quite well, having recently released a "Quantum Edition" which has TONS of data on it (see link). I've got a copy and recommend it to any who are interested.
(Had to split this up to get it posted.)
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13: New Perceptions
When I talk about "we" disappearing I don't mean that we physically disappear. What I mean is that we move out of the area of the brain that has to do with our personality that has to do with our association to people, our association to places our association to things and times and events. We don't exist in the associative centers in our brain that reaffirms our identity and reaffirms our personality.
For the average person in the world who lives life and considers their life boring or uninspiring it's because they've made no attempt to gain knowledge and information that will inspire them. They're so hypnotized by their environment through the media, through television through people living and creating ideals that everybody struggles to become that no one can actually become in terms of physical appearance and definitions of beauty and valor that are all illusions that most people surrender and live their life in mediocracy.
And they may live that life and the soul may never really - their desire may never really rise to the surface so they may want to be something else. But if it does rise to the surface and, uh, they ask themselves if there is something more -Or, why am I here? What is the purpose of life? Where am I going? What happens when I die? They start to ask those questions. They start to flirt and interact with the perception that they may be having a nervous breakdown and in reality, what they're doing is that their old concepts of how they viewed their life and the world start to fall apart.
We're in completely new territory in our brain and because we're in completely new territory we're rewiring the brain literally reconnecting to a new concept. Then ultimately it changes us from the inside out.
If I change my mind, will I change my choices? If I change my choices, will my life change? Why can't I change? What am I addicted to? What will I lose that I'm chemically attached to and what person, place, thing, time or event that I'm chemically attached to that I don't want to lose because I may have to experience the chemical withdrawal from that?
Hence the human drama.
If I do this, I'm going to get punished by God. If I do the other thing, I'm going to get rewarded. This is a really poor description that tries to map out a path in life for us to follow but with deplorable results. Because there really is no such thing as good or bad. We're judging things far too superficially that way.
Does that mean you're in favor of sin and licentiousness and depravity? No. It simply means that you need to improve your expression and understanding of what you're dealing with here. There are things that I do, and I know they'll evolve me. There are other things that will not evolve me. But it's not good or bad. There's no God waiting to punish you because you did one or the other.
At the same time, God is, um -is this sort of placeholder name for those parts of our experience of the world which are somehow transcendent, somehow sublime.
I have no idea what God is. Yet I have an experience that God is. There is something very real about this presence called God although I have no idea how to define God to see God as a person or a thing. I can't - I can't seem to do it. It's kind of like asking a human being to explain what God is is similar to asking a fish to explain the water in which the fish swims.
God is a superposition of all the spirit from all things.
14: Losing Track of Ourselves
So if we're consciously designing our destiny and if we're consciously, from a spiritual standpoint throwing in with the idea that our thoughts can affect our reality or affect our life 'cause reality equals life then I have this little pact that I have when I create my day.
I say, "I'm taking this time to create my day and I'm infecting the quantum field. Now, if in fact the observer's watching me the whole time that I'm doing this and there is a spiritual aspect to myself then show me a sign today that you paid attention to any one of these things that I created and bring them in a way that I won't expect so I'm as surprised at my ability to be able to experience these things and make it so that I have no doubt that it's come from you."
So the brain is capable of millions of different things that people just really should learn how incredible they actually are and how incredible their minds actually are and that not only do they have this unbelievable thing within their head that can do so many things for them and can help us learn and can actually change and adapt it can make us something better than what we actually are and it can actually help us to transcend ourselves -
There may be some way that it can actually take us to a higher level of our existence where we can actually understand the world in a deeper way, where we can understand our relationship to things and people in a deeper way, and we can ultimately make more meaning for ourselves in our world. We can show that there's a spiritual part of our brain but it's a part that we all can have access to and it's something that we can all do.
We have to formulate what we want and be so concentrated on it and so focused on it and have so much of our awareness of it that we lose track of ourselves. We lose track of time. We lose track of our identity. And the moment we become so involved in that experience that we lose track of ourselves, we lose track of time that picture is the only picture that's real. And everybody's had that experience when they've made up their mind that they've wanted something. That's quantum physics in action. That's manifesting reality. That's the observer in full effect.
Your consciousness influences others around you. It influences material properties. It influences your future. You are cocreating your future.
"Show me a sign today that you paid attention to any one of these things that I created and bring them in a way that I won't expect so I'm as surprised at my ability to be able to experience these things and make it so that I have no doubt that it's come from you."
I am much more than I think I am. I can be much more even than that. I can influence my environment, the people. I can influence space itself. I can influence the future. I am responsible for all those things.
I and the surround are not separate. They're part of one. I'm connected to it all. I'm not alone.
15: Down the Rabbit Hole
Knowing that there's this interconnectedness of the universe that we are all interconnected and that we are connected to the universe at its fundamental level I think is as good an explanation for spirituality as there is.
It is my belief that our purpose here is to develop our gifts of intentionality and learn how to be effective creators.
To acknowledge the quantum self to acknowledge the place where we really have choice to acknowledge mind - When that shift of perspective takes place we say that somebody has been enlightened.
Quantum mechanics allows for the intangible phenomenon of freedom to be woven into human nature.
Quantum physics, very succinctly speaking is a physics of possibilities. It opens fundamentally the question of whose possibilities and who chooses from these possibilities to give us the actual event of experience. The only answer that is satisfactory both logically and meaningfully is the answer that consciousness is the ground of all being.
All of us one day will reach the level of the avatars that we have read about in history - the Buddhas and the Jesus'.
How can we measure the effects? We get to live our life and see then if somewhere in our lives something's changed. And then if it has changed we become the scientists to our life which is the whole reason why we're here.
Don'tjust take it at face value. Test it out and see whether it's true.
Ponder that for awhile.
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Thanks to Drew's Script-O-Rama