The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits
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What would it mean to discover that everything from the DNA of life, to the future of our world, is based upon a simple Reality Codea??one that we can change and upgrade by choice? New revelations in physics and biology suggest that we’re about to find out!
A growing body of scientific evidence suggests that our universe works like a Consciousness Computer. Rather than the number codes of typical software, our Consciousness Computer uses a language that we all have, yet are only beginning to understand. Life’s reality code is based in the language of human emotion and focused belief. Knowing that belief is our reality-maker, the way we think of ourselves and our world is now more important than ever!
For us to change the beliefs that have led to war, disease, and the failed careers and relationships of our past we need a reason to see things differently. Our ancestors used miracles to change what they believed. Today we use science. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief offers us both: the miracles that open the door to a powerful new way of seeing the world, and the science that tells us why the miracles are possible, revealing: why we are not limited by the “laws” of physics and biology as we know them today
Once we become aware of the paradigm-shattering discoveries and true-life miracles, we must think of ourselves differently. And that difference is where the spontaneous healing of belief begins.
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The Spontaneous Healing of Belief Not an easy read.Was suprised this was so boring because the author is an excellent speaker. ...more info
Excellent! This book is wonderful! He combines spirituality with Quantum Physics to show how your beliefs create your world. I highly recommend this life changing book!...more info
Invaluable spiritual knowledge
Gregg has a profound understanding of the spiritual path that will help us free ourselves from the tyranny of our own minds and onto the path of freedom and enlightenment. The book is readable and he languages it clearly with analogies to the workings of a computer. Don't be intimidated by the title of the book. Good for people at all levels of spirituality. Well done.
On the Computer Model First of all, let me say that I do not entirely disagree with the notion of "manifesting" our reality, as proposed by Bradden and other authors. However, there are some problems with the notion. Bradden seems to be fond of using analogies referring to computer systems throughout his work. I don't know if he does this to give his work a patina of acceptability or if he thinks that is the best metaphor, however, in one of the criticisms, I will use it, too.
First of all, let us say for the moment that it is entirely true that we can manifest what we want. If that is true, I have a hard time accepting this as something "spiritual" as opposed to a kind of technology. There is ego and there is spirit. A proper spiritual approach is to establish a proper rapport between what is ego (my own desires, wishes, good or bad) and the Other, the spirit which, in any case, is not identical to ego. If manifestation is true, then it is just another technology for satisfying the ego. That might be possible, but it is not spiritual.
Second of all, to use the computer model, we can think in terms of closed systems (basically a computer not connected to the Internet, a network or even one in which external data comes in) and an open system (a computer connected to the Internet, a network or one in which data from the outside comes in). Bradden sort of assumes the former as regards humans doing manifestation. We do our manifesting in a closed system. But that's not a true model. In the world there are OTHER people, manifesting desires different and sometimes antagonistic to our own. This adds the element of complexity to the matter.
Both of my above criticisms point to a problem encountered in much of the New Age: there is a high degree of egocentrism, bordering at times on solipsism. ...more info
Muddled and confusing I finished this book about a week ago and have been deliberating it's content trying to post a suitable review. Quite simply: it seems as though there was a germ of a really good book in there somewhere, but it never materialized. It seems as though Gregg is just trying to replace one mental box for another, that in order for one to program the universe to ones liking, one must alter or change or abandon their beliefs in favor of a new system of beliefs, which in the final analysis seems to be at the very least - pedestrian. It's a new version of make new beliefs or rather, make believe. Gregg's use of scientific proof's is quite sloppy as well and very often unsupported.
It is my considered opinion that it is the dispensing of ego driven belief systems, intellectualizations and judgments that will allow us to begin to experience the wholeness of life and creation; as a very wise being once said "a house divided against itself cannot stand."
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New Way to look at our lives Who would have thought that this technological age that we are in is as ancient as this world we live in. This book shows how "garbage in - garbage out" applies to our lives. Our lives (thoughts, emotions, etc) can be compared to a computer. Very interesting and informative....more info
Overall Misses The Mark, But Potentially Life Changing For A Select Few This book will be very helpful for some very specific people - those who find themselves having undesired negative emotions, but whose emotions aren't completely overwhelming. The exercises on understanding your conditioning and beliefs can be helpful and powerful, if you take them seriously.
That said, I think that's because the title is somewhat misleading because it implies that we can heal the idea of 'belief' itself. While that may be true, more than likely you will be left with a new set of "better" beliefs to replace the old ones.
Also, the authors' voice comes across as presumptuous at times as he compares our reality to that of a computer. He's so excited about his analogy, and so convinced, that his 'voice' doesn't leave the impression that there is room for the possibility that his model of reality might not be accurate.
The ending also left me unfulfilled and seems like it was thrown on there to get more pages into the book. The book's potentially reality-shattering and life-changing climax goes almost unnoticed because it is so subtle, and so the last part of the book feels like filler instead of really bringing the reader into a new awareness and state of being....more info
Excellent Read This book was an extremely interesting and thought provoking read. Highly encourage others to read it....more info
A phenomenal book! This is one of the greatest books that I have read on the subject of self-healing and spirituality. It really works. I recently experienced severe internal bleeding after a medical procedure and I stopped the bleeding by using the techniques revealed in the book. I have heard Mr. Braden speak in person and he's a very talented speaker as well as a writer....more info
the spontaneous healing of belief This is one of the most comprehensive plan to change your life. I would say it is more than a 5 star I would put it at a 10....more info
Transformation Brought Closer This is a well written book that is important for these
times. Greg integrates old and new information in
a manner that will help us with the transformation
that we need and seek. A lot of resons and insights
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book This man is fabulous! He knows how to describe many of my lifelong questions. You don't need a PHD in physics to comprehend how it is so easy to combine science with religion and life. I can hardly wait to start his next book. ...more info
Not as interesting as The Divine Matrix I found this newer version to be a "part 2" of the book, "The Divine Matrix". The information seemed to repeat everything I learned in that book. That book, "The Diving Matrix", I found fascinating and very interesting. This newer one is a comparable read, but not if you're looking for newer information....more info
Intriguing Book. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits by Gregg Braden is a book that tries to show that our minds are involuntarily programmed when we a young. Because of this programming the author shows how such negative programming produces the dissatisfaction, terror, fear, anger, hopelessness, and pain that can damage our thinking and the ability to pilot healthy lives. The author feels that the way we think of ourselves and the world is more important now than ever before. The author feels that everything is based on a "reality code." This "code" can be changed and upgraded by choice and once we do the spontaneous healing of belief will begin.
After you read this book it may be a good time to consider reading my book entitled "The Enlightenment, What God Told Me After One Million Prayers, a Message for Everyone" (See Profile Above)
This was a gift I bought this book as a gift, and there have been no complaints. But who is going to complain about a gift....more info
Feeling is believing! Very informative look at condensing Vedic and Shamanistic viewpoints of manifesting change and love into the universe. I studied for years to learn very succinctly what Gregg Braden has to teach.
When you consider how much this world is suffering and knowing that you can help change it by changing your beliefs about your role in this universe, then you would be passing up an opportunity if you don't buy this book today!...more info
Who Are We? and What Are We Capable of Creating? In The Spontaneous Healing of Belief Gregg Braden tackles the great questions of life: who are we, and what are we capable of creating? He draws the analogy of an all-encompassing computer program to explain how the universe works and what our part in its working may be. And he says that, like a computer programmer, people must understand the code that causes the computer to produce the results they choose. Without the correct codes, results are likely to be something other than the individual wants.
For example, discussing fractals, Braden offers the code: "If the universe is made of repeating patterns, then to understand something on a small scale provides a powerful window into similar forms on a grand scale." Following that, he offers "belief is the `program' that creates patterns in reality." Thus, he leads the readers into the central thesis of this book: To heal your life and recreate your life, heal your beliefs.
It is his premise that humans are capable of creating miracles. We become less than capable only when we accept the limits that we ourselves have created. To identify and restructure those beliefs that underlie our self-imposed limits, he includes a series of exercises that make change of belief almost inevitable.
What I enjoyed most about this book is Braden's synthesis of the findings of scientific studies and the teachings of philosophers and medicine workers throughout history. He masterfully creates coherent linkages between the teachings of the masters, such as Jesus, the Buddha, and Rumi, and what scientists are telling us about the structure and function of the universe. While this could be a dry, dull recitation, Braden's gift with words creates a stunning, compelling vision of human potential in a highly readable and enjoyable format.
There is so much to ponder in The Spontaneous Healing of Belief that it deserves several readings. It rests on my bedside table for rereading and rethinking my own self-imposed limits.
Very informative This book carries so much Scientific Information as well as profound deductions ..... Quantum Physics is a pretty baffling subject, however Gregg help this process of understanding in a logical sequence ... in other words it makes a lot of sense ... Keep them coming Gregg..
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Fluffy I really do not like what Gregg has to say. See my other reviews on 2012 Odyssey and The Divine Matrix for more specifics. Gregg always borrows heavily from others and gets tripped up in the synthesis, this book is no different.
Let's start with the title. It sounds like another book that was already published. In fact 'Spontaneous Healing : How to Discover and Embrace Your Body's Natural Ability to Maintain and Heal Itself' was written by Andrew Weil and released in April 2000. From the beginning we see Gregg trying to ride the coat tails of a very solid book from a much more solid authority than himself. This is a pattern with Gregg. He makes statements that are fluffy (insufficiently conceived or lacking meaning) and then attempts to anchor them by closing his words with a truth or near-truth. In this case through the borrowing of the title he is attempting to pass off his words as meaningful by associating them with another, much better, book.
Greggs thesis here starts out by examining the ideas of those (Seth Lloyd, John Wheeler, John Barrow) who compared the workings of the universe to a computer program or simulation (ala Matrix). He says that the universe is a running computer program composed of bits (atoms) and that this concept of bits (polarity) has influenced, or corrupted, our entire mental programming. If we can realize that not everything is good or bad, and if we can swap our old beliefs for new ones (cosmic belief code), then everything will be better.
Since Greggs background is as a computer programmer, not a scientist, these 'facts' he generally conveys accurately. And he uses these facts as a foundation upon which to build a less certain train of thought. Through the book he ends up building up 31 Codes of belief which are an attempt to explain how the universe works.
Ok, so why would I have concerns about what Gregg has written here? This does sound like a technically enlightened self-help book for the awakening minds of the 21st century right? Here is what I don't like and why and the reasons why Greggs wares actually prevent people from progressing on the spiritual path.
First, I don't like Greggs writings in general, and this book specifically, because he is not saying anything new. Read your favorite spiritual book by any ancient author. Pick the words of Jesus for instance and you have everything Gregg is saying here with more clarity and in a less complicated way. Check out the Sermon on the Mount or the Tao Te Ching as examples.
Second, Gregg seems here to be changing positions from his earlier works like The Divine Matrix (and the Lost Language of God) where it was emotion, not belief, which was absolutely primary to reordering your reality. In a section where he misquotes the Nag Hamadi scrolls he claims that the unification of two (specifically thought and emotion, like this is his grand discovery) will allow you to move mountains.
Third, he does not realize that when he is fitting the writings of others to his own concepts that he is often missing the core of the original quoted message. Did you realize that when Gregg borrowed the verse from the Nag Hamadi scrolls to try and prove his concept of joining thought and emotion that he missed something really, really, big? Neither did Gregg. Let me explain.
The unification of 'two' to 'move mountains' is primarily the union of polarities in general (ALL polarities), not the union of 'thought and emotion'. This is HUGE! It's a breakthrough in our orientation to the world and Gregg completely misses it! How do I know the interpretation I see is correct? Because it is repeated in other places in the same Gospel of Thomas (verse 22) Jesus said to them, "When you make the two into one, and when you make the inner like the outer and the outer like the inner, and the upper like the lower, and when you make male and female into a single one, so that the male will not be male nor the female be female, when you make eyes in place of an eye, a hand in place of a hand, a foot in place of a foot, an image in place of an image, then you will enter [the kingdom]."
Jesus is saying that if you can look beyond polarities, of any kind, you will enter the Kingdom. Don't get stuck in male or female, good and evil, right and wrong. This single verse should have been the crux of the entire book. Gregg was so close but missed it.
My other main concern with the book is his emphasis on belief. If we change our old beliefs from being based on polarity and get a new set of beliefs then we will be ok. However, at some point on the spiritual journey you realize that beliefs are something that you lean upon, something that you believe 'in' that is still `out there'. You can believe in this or that being, this or that orientation. But until you really do away with polarities (including the world of separation of 'you' and 'everything else') you still need belief to hold you up and keep you going. The latest belief becomes the latest support that you cling to in order to give reality a sense of meaning. So what's wrong with having good beliefs?
After some advancement on the spiritual journey you realize that you can change your beliefs. But if you really progress you realize that to a certain extent belief fills in the gaps from what you know. Belief becomes this big box where you can put all the unknowns. But belief is still something `else'. The real solid spiritual foundation comes from knowing, Gnosis, not from belief.
To *know* the shepherd, reality, whatever you want to call it, is the only sure foundation in life. To know that the kingdom of the heavens is within you is the only `rock' of `salvation'. This is the Yoga of all the great saints and sages.
Belief is in the intermediate school of spiritual life. Gnosis is where there real substance starts to come in. I don't think the word Gnosis ever appears in this book. I don't quote the New Testament Paul very much but he understood the Gnosis when he wrote in Philipians 3:10 "That I may know him..." Knowing, not believing, is where it's at.
The paradox is that real faith is not based on belief. Real faith is having enough experience with *knowing* that you can actively anticipate how the unseen will unfold in your life. How? Because you have seen it before and know that you are always taken care of.
And hence this book, which can only take you to beliefs, to change your old beliefs for new ones, better ones (still stuck in the world of polarities), shows me again why this author has nothing really new, or meaningful, to say.
This is a book you're going to keep! This book is the most incredible gift you and your future will ever receive! Mr. Braden has made the intricate and complex science of quantum physics "code" readable for everyone. It contains new information and is not a re-write of any of the other books I've found on quantum physics and manifestation. It's full of solid research, rich in concrete examples and exquisitely written for both the lay person and the scientist. Once I opened the cover, I couldn't stop reading until I'd glossed and highlighted almost every page. Thank you for this gift of awareness and scientific knowledge, Gregg Braden! I wish you a Nobel prize for this work!...more info
World Peace Begins With Inner Peace Gregg Braden's The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits is an extraordinary, exciting and eminently timely book for many reasons. The first and primary is its message of health, hope and healing, describing for you ways to access your resilience, create your well-being and impact the world. Second, the zeitgeist in global medicine is toward Integrative Health centers, centers that treat mind-body-spirit with a proactive stance toward wellness rather than a simple reactive response to disease. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief along with others of this genre like The Biology Of Belief: Unleashing The Power Of Consciousness, Matter And Miracles and The Genie in Your Genes: Epigenetic Medicine and the New Biology of Intention lends additional support to these efforts. Third, Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits is an idea that has found its time in books like The Field: The Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe and the research that is developing around the potential influence of human focused energy and the impact on the larger universe. The Spontaneous Healing of Belief: Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits is a must read.
Sheila Sidney Bender, PhD co-author The Energy of Belief: Psychology's Power Tools to Focus Intention and Release Blocking Beliefs and Evolving Thought Field Therapy: The Clinician's Handbook of Diagnoses, Treatment, and Theory
Spontaneous Healing of Belief Excellent book! Gregg presents some interesting new ideas and successfully marries science and spiritualism. His computer programming background colors the concepts presented resulting in a logical approach to the previously unexplained. Highly entertaining and thought provoking! ...more info
Spontaneous healing of belief This book is a great book. Gregg Braden is a great source of information, and this book is an easier read than some of his other books which can tend to be a little technical for some. Also, the seller was prompt in getting my order to me in excellent condition.
My humble opinion of The spontaneous healing of belief I am delighted to read another book by Gregg Braden.He is simple,clear,concise in explaining the mind boggling intrinsic connection between us humans,our universe and the energy all of life is made up of.Daunting yet enlightening to know that each one of us is a powerful vehicle for healing,transformation and change for the world....more info
Excellant Read! This book is amazing and provides a very new powerful prospective on past false beliefs! A definate recommended read for those looking to change bad habits learned in environments while growing up and empower themselves with a new independent view on life!...more info
Gregg Braden This book is on of the most benifical books that I have ever read. It combines Sientific reshearch, with how your Thougts combine to let you see how there is one Source in the Universe, How your Heart felt thoughts not only are energy, but how they have actual efects in your life.
I would reccomend this book to anyone looking for a way to learn and grow in there own spitual path.
Putting our best foot forward The hard-nosed skeptic will caricature Gregg Braden's "The Spontaneous Healing of Belief" as just another "New Age" book written about how we create our own world by merely believing. I want to defend Braden's book from such criticism, and I invite skeptical readers to study this interesting book with an open mind. It is not that belief provides the easy route to New Age enlightenment, it is that Braden's "belief" involves the hard work of purification as we learn to tune ourselves with something bigger than our narrow self interests. While Braden's treatment is not perfect, it is easy to find what he intends to say in the face of would-be criticism. Negativity will not have the final answer, even when it comes with a pretense of rigor. We must also put our best foot forward in a positive sense.
Braden (page xi) summarizes his understanding of scientific evidence: "Paradigm-shattering experiments published in leading-edge, peer-reviewed journals reveal that we're bathed in a field of intelligent energy that fills what used to be thought of as empty space. Additional discoveries show beyond any reasonable doubt that this field responds to us -it rearranges itself- in the presence of our heart-based feelings and beliefs. And this is the revolution that changes everything."
Braden (page 3) raises a troubling point: "What if we're living our lives shrouded in the false limitations and incorrect assumptions that other people have formed over generations, centuries, or even millennia? Historically, for example, we've been taught that we are insignificant specks of life passing through a brief moment in time, limited by `laws' of space, atoms, and DNA. This view suggest that we'll have little effect on anything during our stay in this world, and when we're gone, the universe will never even notice our absence."
Braden (page 16) writes: "It becomes abundantly clear that something -some intelligent force- is holding the particles of you together right now, as you read the words on this page. That force is what makes our beliefs so powerful. If we can communicate with it, then we can change how the particles of `us' behave in the world. We can rewrite the code of our reality."
Braden (page 20) writes: "The atoms of our reality either exist as matter or they don't. They're either here or not here, `on' or `off'." In the off position, Braden considers particles that are transformed into "invisible waves." Braden (page 21) writes that, "everything boils down to opposites: pluses and minuses, male and female, on and off."
Braden (pages 23-24) writes: "Everything is ultimately made of the same stuff. From the dust of distant stars to you and me, ultimately everything that `is' emerges from the vast soup of quantum energy (what `could be'). And without fail, when it does, it manifests as predictable patterns that follow the rules of nature. Water is a perfect example. When two hydrogen atoms connect to one oxygen atom as a molecule of H2O, the pattern of the bond between them is always 104 degrees. The pattern is predictable. It is reliable - and because it is, water is always water."
Braden (page 28) writes: "A fractal view of the universe implies that everything from a single atom to the entire cosmos is made of just a few natural patterns. While they may combine, repeat, and build themselves on larger scales, even in their complexity they can still be reduced to a few simple forms."
Braden (page 31) relates belief to the universal: "Every day we offer the literal input of our belief-commands to the consciousness of the universe, which translates our personal and collective instructions into the reality of our health, the quality of our relationships, and the peace of our world. How to create the beliefs in our hearts that change the reality of our universe is a great secret, lost in the 4th century, from the most cherished Judeo-Christian traditions."
Braden (page 41) writes on healing: "Beliefs have long been known to have healing powers. The controversy centers around whether or not it's the belief itself that does the healing or if the experience of belief triggers a biological process that ultimately leads to the recovery. For the layperson, the distinction may sound like splitting hairs. While the doctors can't explain precisely why some patients cure themselves through their beliefs, the effect has been documented so many times that at the very least we must accept that there is a correlation between the body's repairing itself and the patient's belief that the healing has taken place."
Braden (page 46) writes: "Just as the belief that we've been given a healing agent can promote our bodies' life-affirming chemistry, the reverse can happen if we believe that we're in a life-threatening situation."
Now it is clear that Braden's "belief" is not any belief, or a statement of faith. Rather, Braden describes belief as a synthesis. Braden (page 52) defines belief: "that it's the acceptance that comes from what we think is true in our minds married with what we feel is true in our hearts." Braden (page 53) writes: "Belief is our acceptance of what we have witnessed, experienced, or know for ourselves."
So there can be wrong beliefs when our reason is not in balance with our emotion, and so to arrive at something self evident (as Braden requires) involves an innate error recognition. It is this way that belief can be tuned with the universal, but this requires discipline. Braden (page 59) writes: "the universal experience that we know as feeling and belief are the names that we give to the body's ability to convert our experiences into electrical and magnetic waves."
Braden (page 74) writes: "Simply hoping, wishing, or saying that a healing is successful may have little effect upon the actual situation. In these experiences, we haven't yet arrived at the belief -the certainty that comes from acceptance of what we think is true, coupled with what we feel is true in our body- that makes the wish a reality."
In is interesting that Braden sees reality as a computer simulation, and it comes with belief codes that act as part of the universal computer program. This admission would seem to delight materialists and science fiction writers that venture similar speculations. But Braden's usage is metaphorical, and there is a serious caveat that permits a break from a mechanistic world view: we are able to re-program our poorly tuned beliefs, because instinctively we know that the simulation is only an illusion. Because we know that an appearance is an illusion we are able to escape the dictates of a computer program, and therefore greater reality cannot be just a simulation. Braden (page 137) writes that, "while our bodies are certainly in this world, the living force that expresses itself through them is actually based somewhere else, as the larger reality that we just can't see from our vantage point."
Braden gives us many helpful hints on how to re-program our beliefs. Braden (page 159) writes: "To make a change in something as powerful as the core beliefs that define our lives, we need a trigger that's equally powerful. We need a reason to jolt us from complacency of one way of thinking into a new, and sometimes revolutionary, way of seeing things."
Because we can break away from the output of a mere computer simulation, Braden's big reality involves a spiritual realm that rediscovers the wisdom of Buddha and Jesus. Braden (page 199) writes: "Jesus taught that we must become in life the very things that we choose to experience in the world." This corresponds to Braden's belief code number 27, and by now I hope you feel the jolt of this remarkable book....more info
Outstanding! Belief played a major role in my remission from Lupus. No matter what type of healing your life needs you must first believe that you can heal. This book is important. It is not enough to explain the power of belief. Therefore, I especially liked that he presented exercises to help the reader to reform their beliefs. If read with a mind open to change this book will change your life for the better. It is one that demands more than one read. Enthusiastically recommended! ...more info
Spontaneous Healing of Belief Excellent book that will most likely change your life! Great sceientific way of understanding why we do what we do. It also give you ways of making adjustments or changing parts of your personality especially about pain and illness. EVERYONE in the world should read this book!...more info
Important and timely For several years, I have recommended Gregg Braden's books to patients faced with chronic or life threatening illnesses. His easy-to-read style is to the fore in the excellent Spontaneous Healing of Belief. I particularly like his use of 31 'belief codes' inserted every few pages as summaries of the main points. They are repeated towards the end of the book for further ease of use. I have already used these to good effect in several consultations, as they provide a basis for a deeper understanding on how our conditioned beliefs can lead to ill health.
I found the chapter 'What do you believe?', in which the author examines his own conditioned beliefs of polar opposites good and evil, the most challenging and enlightening. Balancing the yin with the yang, the dark with the light, is fundamental not only to our understanding of Eastern philosophy,but also of our emerging scientific view of our universe with
its black and white holes, light and dark matter, opposing spins, interference patterns etc. Braden suggests that we relate, rather than simply react, to these opposing forces. In Vedic terms, this awareness reflects the opening of our heart chakra, and acts as a gateway to realms of higher consciousness. I explore these concepts in more depth in The Human Antenna: Reading the Language of the Universe in the Songs of Our Cells
So I recommend Gregg Braden's book as an important and timely step towards 'shattering the paradigm of false limits.' ...more info
Spontaneous Healing of Belief Well written easy to read and understand concepts of how we humans are programed from the very earliest part of our lives and how to re-program ourselves to get the life we desire. Kudos to Gregg Braden and many thanks for this work....more info
Spontaneous Healing of Belief:Yes Indeed The Spontaneous Healing of Belief is an amazing book. The powerful scientific information is explained very simply and clearly. The exercices to gain insight into subconscious beliefs are easy to do with clear instructions to follow. We can then shatter the paradigm of false limits and rewrite our reality code to get miracles into our lifes. ...more info
Still requesting a response from Gregg Braden... I was wondering if anybody could help me answer what I consider to be a very simple question but have struggled to get any sort of response from the author Gregg Braden. Below is an email I have sent with no response:
I sent you an email approximately 18 months ago but unfortunately up until this time I have not received a response.
Upon reading several of your books I attempted to make contact with you in relation to the following enquiry:
In your book 'The Spontaneous Healing Of Belief - Shattering the Paradigm of False Limits', you make reference to Milarepa and A Miracle Set In Stone. Your passion on this subject is inspiring to say the least, quote:
'During a group pilgrimage to Tibet in the Spring of 1998, I chose a route that would lead us directly to Milarepa's cave and the miracle he left behind...
Nineteen days after this trip began, I found myself in the great Yogi's retreat, standing precisely where he had stood nearly 900 years before. With my face only inches away from the wall cave, I was staring squarely into the mystery that Milarepa left behind.
To demonstrate his yogic mastery he performed two feats that skeptics have never duplicated. The first - a shock wave or sonic boom...The second feat was the one that I had waited nearly 15 years, travelled half way around the world, and acclimated to some of the world's highest elevations for 19 days to see.
To demonstrate his mastery over the limits of the physical world, Milarepa had placed his open hand against the cave's wall at about shoulder level...leaving the deep impression of his hand for all to see.'
Now that I have refreshed your memory as to the passage I am referring - my question is: Given your passion & 15 year pursuit, did you ever think of perhaps taking a photo?
I do not consider myself a skeptic and believe in the basic concept of your book. As we seem to be entering an age of 'awakening' & 'enlightened consciousness', we are constantly bombarded with numerous theories and some tend to lack the credibility that perhaps they deserve.
If you did take a picture I would be most interested to have a look. If you neglected to take a picture I would be most interested to take another trip with you back to Tibet to take a look for myself.
Trusting that this email reaches you in good health and that I receive a reply at your earliest convenience.
If there is one thing that this life has taught me thus far it's that 'nothing is ever as it seems'!
I have just spent over two months travelling the world to numerous spiritual destinations including Stonehenge, Egypt & parts of Mexico. I realise that some cultures including Australian Aborigines do not appreciate having pictures taken either of themselves or particular sites - but I am not aware that this is the case in Tibet. And if that is the case in Tibet, why wouldn't Gregg at least have the common courtesy to reply & clarify? Gregg actively promotes Spritual holidays to places like Peru, Egypt & Tibet through a website called powerplaces - so if photos aren't allowed, why wouldn't he at least admit that & invite to take me there personally? (at my expense of course!)...more info
Scientifically Based "The Spontaneous Helaing of Belief" by Gregg Braden is a powerful and scientifically based book.
Amazingly everything that exists emerges from a simple 'Reality Code' and this code can be changed/upgraded by intent/choice.
Recent scientific evidence is confirming that the universe does in fact work like one big 'consciousness computer' This consciousness computer is programmed by means of the language of human emotion & focused belief. As a result our feelings about ourselves & our world are most important as a basis for constructing a new reality.
"The Spontaneous Healing of Belief" is a highly recommended book & to think of ourselves differently is the beginning of spontaneous healing.
Better read together with a New Energy novel "Nexus" by Morrison & Singh, deep, soulful, inspiring & transformational.
CREATES SPONTANEOUS TRANSFORMATION - AN IMPORTANT BOOK! Gregg Braden certainly has a way with words to convey concepts and discoveries that can only help humanity.
In this important work, Braden gets to the "heart center" of manifestation, transforming the limits that have bound most of humanity for eons, and delivers key elements in practical terms to not only create what you truly want in life, but also to stop getting in your own way with previous conditioned limitations.
If your life is not the way you want it to be, if there are areas of society that you would like to see transform, Braden's new book is like a refreshing and welcome breeze on a hot summer day to finally and simply help you transform it all from the inside out. The transformation is not only for you and me, it can very well be for life on earth for all.
This is an eloquently written book that conveys important elements for positive transformation straight from the heart.
Fantastic Book... Really Enjoyed Reading It !!! This book is among Bruce Lipton, Dawson Church's work Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & MiraclesThe Genie in Your Genes: Epigenetic Medicine and the New Biology of Intention and they all must be read IN RELATION to eachother. With my experience and investment of time and energy in this area of study, i have found that there is a lot more going on then just simply intending feeling and visualizing to manifest or spontaneously create reality.
Because quantum particles or energies are very subtle and reside in a lighter (finer) dimensions, its obviously logical that they may be better manipulated or instantaneously controlled by the powerful psychological entities (SOULS, Consciousness or whatever you like calling them) who reside at that level of FINER existence. There are so many resulting things we cant take into account or comprehend while we make personal wishes. Our larger self CAN! Plus our being here as a small self has a purpose... to see certain pains, to be in situations that call for resolve courage and strength etc. If i can do and manifest what i want only... i wouldn't want to experience a single BAD thing... and why should I ...would you? :-)
The story of our world is going to unfold and eventually we will know ourselves as we truly are... cause life (existence) can never remain in this UN-NATURAL state that we have created upon earth for very long... its transitory...
And actually this is a hard fact which we are becoming aware of more and more as our experience with science and spirituality is deepening. On the surface our minds like to think that we are the CO-Creators and what not? Yeah ...sure... But the truth is that things keep happening stubbornly in our world individually, locally and globally that we fail to control or manifest no matter how hard we meditate visualize or intend. The only thing i have seen working is honest surrender and letting GO! Not many people are ready for it. The good news is that for this dimension of existence we need to make an evolutionary JUMP or shift in our psychology and more importantly in our BIOLOGY (BRAIN) where that Veil one day is lifted (by changes happening in the structure of, and chemical composition of the brain) which stops our sensing and knowing of the connection to our larger infinite existence or Whole Self.
It is only from this finer level of Being that we can manipulate the subatomic world of the quantum (and we are doing so as a larger finer Self but not knowing as a small self here). Only when we (this small self) will reach that stage and BE quantum then it will be able to Move quantum to its desires and wishes. Till then we can enjoy reading about it and keep preparing our minds to evolve to that level where we can sense our Whole Being permanently and then probably something strange can begin to happen :)
Hope u do think about this perspective... and it might make sense too!...more info