Week four of the Master Key Mastermind Alliance started with an awesome conference call. I knew that it was going to be a great week, but I had no idea that I was about to have an epiphany.
I had the, “What the bleep do we Know!?” movie bookmarked on my computer forever, as Mark J mentioned it a while back, but I never go around to watching it. During this weeks webinar; however, Mark showed a snippet of the video, but it was hard to hear very well, so I decided to watch it in it’s entirety. While watching the movie, I had an epiphany.
To begin with, if you ever watch The Big Bang Theory, you’ll notice that they talk a lot about quantum physics, and “What the bleep” goes pretty heavily into what it’s all about. I had no idea though, that it related at all to our thoughts, and how we can manifest things with what we think.
Below is a scene from the movie, and some proof, that what we say, and what we think, effects the world around us. Keep in mind, that this experiment was performed using water… And our bodies are made up of mostly water.
Amazing right? There are several experiments that are mentioned in the movie, that prove thoughts effect the world around us.
I almost wept, when I heard what J.Z. Knight, one of the people that were being interviewed in the movie, said about belief. She talks about Christ’s miracles, and our belief’s. This clip can be found at 1:02:00, if you are so inclined to take a look. Even the apostles who were there with Jesus, and saw His miracles, had a hard time believing the miracles that they saw Him perform first hand.
We, our bodies, are the temple of God, so He is within us. We are one with the omnipotent (God), the creator of the universe, and I believe, my creator. So we should believe, with full faith, that we can manifest things in our life if they are good, but the problem is, most of us are unaware of God’s power within us.
William Tiller, Ph.D. stated the following in the movie (1:00:25):
“Most people don’t effect reality on a consistent, substantial way because they don’t believe they can.”
And, Miceal Ledwidth, Ph.D. said (1:00:33):
“Whatever way we observe the world around us, is what comes back to us. And the reason why my life, for instance is so lacking in joy and happiness and fulfillment, is because my focus is lacking in those same things exactly. If we’re victims, we should ask ourselves, have I a victim mentality. If I continue meeting misfortune, accidents and tragedies, maybe it’s because my mentality is basically attuned to accepting that this is the way life is; and so it happens.”
My paradigm, after watching this movie has changed. I would recommend taking the time to watch the entire movie, but most of you won’t, and just keep on with your, “STINKIN’ THINKIN’, and wonder why, your life is so rough. I hope you take my advice, and have your own epiphany.
Here’s the entire movie for your convenience…