Realign with Nature
Growing up in a small village in the countryside, I was lucky to live most of my life in or close to nature. Deer used to roam out of the forests and wander through our garden which was right next to a small creek and provided ample opportunity to walk up and down the stream, getting to know all sorts of creatures along the way.
Little did I realize how much such interactions with nature at an early age shape one’s perception of life at large, help to sharpen our extended human senses and give us the opportunity to grow a “feeling body” that extends beyond usual city boundaries.
In the not so distant past, there was no internet and there were no cell phones. Scientists didn’t take their ideas from merely reading other (existing) academic papers, they often took inspiration for their research by observing nature.
Using evidential experience over many decades as a framework, they came up with different epistemological logics leading to universally applicable principles, for instance:
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Movement takes place where there is uneven density (flux density of electrical charges).
Density changes where the vibration of space changes.
By controlling the flux density of electric charges, there are areas which must be generated with low and high pressure (Copper coils and Tesla bifilar).
By changing the frequency of the vibrations overcome the weight. The hard becomes soft, the cold becomes hot and the hot becomes cold.
To get energy — use integers.
To divert energy — avoid whole numbers.
To get a hard flow of energy, use even numbers.
To get a smooth flow of energy, use odd numbers.
Direct vibrations through corners reflect through smooth walls.
Direct the power of the vibrations to the center.
Know that the flow of force (energy) can only be stifled by understanding the meaning of even and odd numbers.
All objects in the universe sound like musical instruments.
To control vibrations in space, use the difference in densities of materials.
Wavelength doesn't matter. It just depends on the ratio of one wave to the other. These relationships can create harmonic combinations of frequencies and these combinations can create energy.
Space is like a crystal. Repeat the shape of the crystal to achieve harmonic combinations of frequencies.
Use the Fibonacci numbers, the golden ratio (1.618) and the pi number (3.14) in constructions.
One of history’s most famous “nature scientists” was Viktor Schauberger1 who developed his own ideas based on what he observed in nature. If you haven’t heard his name before, I strongly recommend to watch the following documentary to get a glimpse about one of the geniuses of the past century:
The Human — Nature Connection
But even in the 21st century there are many wonderful nature researchers who are intrigued by life’s puzzles and try to unravel them, sometimes to the dislike of a more orthodox “scientific” community, where the fear of possible new answers outweighs them worrying about the actual questions, thereby challenging an intellectual “status quo” and posing a threat to their existing achievements and careers.
The Rice Experiment
The now famous “rice experiment” by Dr. Masaru Emoto for instance shows that the mere intention of our conscious thoughts, directed at organic matter such as rice (with water as a medium) highly affects the biological changes in its properties:
The “mind — matter” link therefore forms an underlying principle of our “human — nature” connection-reality, something we’re probably hardly aware of whilst swearing.
The Mushroom Web
In fact the interconnectedness of nature itself is both an evolutionary as well as historical achievement. Just take the example of Mycelium:
But what happens when we introduce new experiences into this Human — Nature connection, when we manipulate DNA or interfere with biology’s “Development of Form”? More importantly: after several subsequent generations of the same species, how do the previous “ancestral memories” act on future generations of such biological species?
Meet Morphogenetic Fields
It was the brilliant scientist and nature researcher Rupert Sheldrake who first coined the term “Morphic Resonance”.
Morphic resonance is the influence of previous structures of activity on subsequent similar structures of activity organized by morphic fields. It enables memories to pass across both space and time from the past. The greater the similarity, the greater the influence of morphic resonance. What this means is that all self-organizing systems, such as molecules, crystals, cells, plants, animals and animal societies, have a collective memory on which each individual draws and to which it contributes. In its most general sense this hypothesis implies that the so-called laws of nature are more like habits. — Rupert Sheldrake2
As the Wikipedia page doesn’t do any justice to Mr. Sheldrake’s achievements, I highly recommend that you watch the above BBC production and make up your own mind. Without conducting more research and experiments directed towards the understanding of “morphic fields” in a proper research context, the sciences at large would be missing out and humanity could lack an entire chapter of its creation’s basic principles pertaining to organic life at the very least.
My personal view is that despite many global efforts to ditch our deep and intrinsic bond with nature and whether it’s driven by egomaniacs, corporate greed or even a disalignment with life itself, it’s questionable whether it’s truly possible to completely sever the human — nature connection, at least unless the vast majority of humanity (and over several generations) tries to disconnect from consciousness at large.
Or is this what could be currently happening?3
Understanding Nature (Again)
Maybe it’s time to come back to our roots in nature and start asking some fundamental questions afresh. Sheldrake’s book “Seven Experiments That Could Change the World”4 is a good starting point.
“All objects in the universe sound like musical instruments.”
It made me wonder whether it would be possible to prove that such music exists, e.g. by taking record of converting the changes of electricity in plants — and sure enough, someone already did that:
If plants make music, are they also inspired by it?
When I was living in Singapore, I noticed certain speakers mimicking the sound of birds chirping in trees and I always thought it was to attract the birds to the tree or make humans feel “relaxed”. But then I found out, that the chirping sounds of birds actually promote plant growth:
With plants making music and reacting to their environment — what other wonders in nature have we taken for granted and stopped asking questions about because we were told “the science is settled”?
Do plants have emotions or even memories?
Given the following video and depending on our respective moods while interacting with the nature that surrounds us, some of us might have grown a “greener thumb” than others. If we want to make the world a better place, perhaps we should simply become plant whisperers:
The History and Science of Grounding
We don’t have to use a lot of technology to realign with nature. In 1948, a women’s boot was discovered in Altai, Siberia.7
The shoe is thought to be over 2,300 years old and was in a surprisingly pristine condition. Made of red leather and designed with black beads and pyrite crystals, its grounding properties help to regenerate the body through the magnetism of the earth.
In fact, the science of “Earthing and Grounding”8 is now very much established and comes timely to realign ourselves with nature, especially as it can help us deal with the constant exposure to the electric and static fields which surround us, e.g. in the form of laptops and smartphones.
Energy from electromagnetic fields such as wireless and power networks in general put a certain strain on the body. Grounding allows this voltage to be discharged easily, safely, effectively and cheaply and thereby rendered harmless. For those who don't walk barefoot on the beach or through the woods every day, there are simple solutions at home to ground the places where you spend a lot of time (such as the couch or bed) and thus free the body and its cells from this tension and stress.
Watch the following documentary to learn more:
On the other hand there is also a very big secret in realigning nature with itself by using certain static fields which I’m sharing to premium members as follows.
In the meantime, let’s live by the good old Island motto:
“no shirt, no shoes, no problems”.
Have a great weekend Everyone,
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