Welcome back to the Fourth part of my blog “My journey through books”, where I’ll be discussing the books that have helped me gain wisdom over the years. In the previous parts, I shared my earliest memories of reading, how my reading tastes evolved over time, and some of the most influential books in my life.
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Reflections on my journey through books:
The Transformation to a new Me had already begun.
In this post I will emphasize on the book “THE DIVINE MATRIX” by Gregg Braden.
Here is one lecture of Gregg Braden. Worth watching.
“The Divine Matrix” by Gregg Braden is a book that explores the connection between science and spirituality. The book presents the idea that there is a universal energy field that connects everything in the universe, and that this energy field can be harnessed to create positive changes in our lives.
Braden draws upon a range of scientific theories and experiments to support his thesis, including quantum physics, the holographic principle, and the power of human consciousness. He argues that by understanding the nature of this energy field, we can tap into its power to create positive changes in our lives, such as healing our bodies and relationships, and manifesting our dreams and desires.
The book is divided into three parts.
The first part introduces the concept of the Divine Matrix and explores the scientific principles that underpin it. The second part examines the practical applications of the Divine Matrix, including techniques for harnessing its power and creating positive changes in our lives. The third part explores the larger implications of the Divine Matrix for humanity, including its potential to transform our understanding of ourselves and our place in the universe.
The book 📙“The Divine Matrix” offers a fascinating exploration of the intersection between science and spirituality and provides practical tools for harnessing the power of the universal energy field to create positive changes in our lives.
I believe what Braden explained.
Everything in the universe is connected through a field of energy that pervades all space and time. I consider this as “Brahman” has been described in Vedanta.
Gregg Braden argues that this field of energy is the source of all creation, and that it holds the key to understanding the nature of reality itself.
Braden explores the power of human consciousness to shape our reality and argues that we can use our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs to influence the world around us. He also introduces a range of techniques for tapping into the energy of the Divine Matrix, such as meditation, visualization, and affirmations. Gregg Braden emphasized on “Remote Viewing”, which is “Divya Drishti“ an ancient method of gaining knowledge and insight by using the power of the mind. It is a technique that has been practiced in India for centuries and is believed to be similar to the modern concept of remote viewing.
In Divya Drishti, the practitioner focuses their mind on a specific object or location, and through intense concentration, they are able to “see” or “sense” things beyond their physical sight. This technique is often used in meditation or spiritual practices to gain a deeper understanding of the world and oneself.
Similarly, remote viewing is a modern-day technique that involves using extrasensory perception (ESP) to gain information about a distant or unseen target. This method was developed by the United States government in the 1970s as a means of gathering intelligence and has since been studied and practiced by researchers and individuals around the world.
Both Divya Drishti and remote viewing are based on the idea that the mind has the ability to access information beyond what is immediately perceivable by the physical senses. While the two techniques may differ in their specific methods and applications, they both rely on the power of the mind to gain insight and knowledge.
Remote Viewing is a phenomenon in which an individual is able to perceive information from a distant or unseen target location through extrasensory means, without the use of their physical senses. It is often described as a form of psychic or intuitive ability.
Example of Remote viewing in Mahabharata an ancient Indian epic.
In the ancient Indian epic, the Mahabharata, there is a story that is often cited as an example of remote viewing. The story involves a character named Sanjaya, who was the charioteer and advisor to the blind king Dhritarashtra.
The book “Divine Matrix” has helped me to comprehend that I possess an endless wellspring of love within myself, which I can generously share with others.
Reading life-saving books on science and spirituality can have a unique and powerful impact on our lives.
- Deeper understanding of the universe: Intersection of science and spirituality can provide us with a deeper understanding of the nature of the universe and our place in it. By gaining insight into concepts such as quantum physics, consciousness, and the interconnectedness of all things, we can expand our worldview and see the world in a new light.
- Greater sense of purpose: Books on science and spirituality can help us to connect with our inner selves and develop a greater sense of purpose and meaning in our lives.
- Enhanced well-being: Emphasize the importance of mindfulness, meditation, and other practices that can help us to reduce stress, increase resilience, and cultivate a greater sense of peace and balance in our lives.
- Increased empathy and compassion: These books often emphasize the interconnectedness of all things and the importance of cultivating a sense of unity and oneness [NON-DUALITY].