What the Bleep do we Know?
If you really want to try to get to grips with where quantum physics is taking us and how science and spiritualty are coming together - this DVD set will open your mind to some of the amazing discoveries and mysteries that are unfolding in our time.
What is Real
How can we continue to see the world as real, if the self that is determining it to be real.. is intangeable?
The ultimate Questions
Who are we? Where do we come from? What should we do? Where are we going? Why are we here? What is reality?
Assumptions of Each Age
Every age, every generation has its built-in assumptions... that the world is flat, that the world is round etc there are hundreds of hidden assumptions things that we take for granted that may or may not be true. Of course in the vast magority of cases, historically these things are'nt true. So presumably if history is any guide, much of what we take for granted about the world - simply isn't true. But we are locked into these precepts without even knowing it often times, that's a paradox.
Internal World is more important than the External
Why do we keep creating the same reality? Why do we keep having the same relationships? Why do we keep getting the same jobs over and over again. In this infinite sea of potentials that surrounds us, how come we keep creating the same realities? Isnt it amazing that we have potentials and options that exit but are unaware of them? Is it possible that we are so conditioned to our daily lives, so conditioned to the way we create our lives that we buy the idea that we have no control at all. We have been conditioned to believe that the external world is more real than the internal world this new model of science is exactly the opposite, it says whats happening within us will create whats happenning outside of us.
Power of thoughts on Water
Mr Imoto became interested in the molecular structure of water and what effects it. Water is the most receptive of the four elements. Mr Imoto thought perhaps it would respond to non-physical events so he set up a series of studies, applied mental stimuli and photographed it with a dark fild telescope. The results were stunning. A picture is shown of water from the Fujiwara dam and the results with treating it with "emotional thought". The original chaotic image transforms into beautiful crystaline structures. Each emotion created it own unique pattern in the water. Mr Imoto speaks of the thought or intent being the driving force but points out that the science of how it actually affects the molecules is still unknown. This experiment is really facinating when you bear in mind that 90% of our bodies are water. Makes you wonder, does'nt it? If thoughts can do that to water, imagine what our thoughts can do to us.