Narrow cone of vision and your health

Imagine having to find your way through a maze without seeing past the tiny circle a flashlight can illuminate?

“Luckily” you only have to look at your life. Your health, your money, your love life.

You ARE living your life, a veritable maze, by the light of a flashlight.

You read an article here… yay, I see may way. A sound bite there… yay, I see now… But it is still the tiny flashlight method: you don’t see the big picture, you don’t see your way to the good life.

Seeing the full picture, the big picture capacity, looking with consciousness that can see everything, is like turning the ceiling light on: you’d be seeing a lot more, wouldn’t you? Making less “narrow picture” mistakes…

SOURCE: http://www.yourvibration.com/22628/narrow-cone-of-vision/ click to continue reading

Vibrational reviews Abdy Electriciteh, Val Tignini, and Mohammad Eshtehar

Vibrational reviews Abdy Electriciteh, Val Tignini, and Mohammad Eshtehar

Most of the reviews were written at students’ and clients’ request.

Here is one:

“How interesting that my vibration is so low. I have been working with Abdy Electriciteh , Val Tignini, and Mohammad Eshtehar.? I have had wonderful experiences with them and the energy is strong.
I have had dreams most of my life that tell me messages. So now…. very confusing!!!”

The client’s vibration is 100. So let’s see what is her “gurus” doing in the area of vibration.

Remember: vibration is the degree to which you are growing in the direction the DNA gives you… towards the next evolutionary phase: human being.

Dreams and experiences probably mean: you are decorating your cave… not moving out of it.

SOURCE: https://www.yourvibration.com/19817/abdy-electriciteh-val-tignini-mohammad-eshtehar/ click to continue reading

Updated: Can your teacher teach you what you want to learn?

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“The reasonable man adapts himself to the conditions that surround him… The unreasonable man adapts surrounding conditions to himself… All progress depends on the unreasonable man.”

This post was triggered by me reading a few really good articles… Observing myself I was really clear, that although I enjoyed the articles, it never became knowledge, it stayed information.

Words don’t teach. Speaking only talks to the mind… Real teaching happens NOT when you get stuff with your mind… Transformation doesn’t happen in the mind: transformation happens by taking you out of your mind… All that talking keeps you in the mind. Alas…

Growing up I lived in the shadows of my famous father. He was some kind of genius in the area of economics…

As I was dyslexic, and the public opinion of me was that I was a moron and a failure, he took it on himself to tutor me in my schoolwork, so I can succeed.
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Updated: Vibrational Reviews: Dr. Darren Weissman, David Sereda and others

panache desai with oprahUpdate: I got an email today to promote Panache Desai. He is touted as Contemporary thought leader, giving away his $297 audio program, “Accelerate Your Awakening.” His vibration is still 200, which is an accomplishment: most teachers’ vibration is dropping. Do I recommend him? No. But if you like him… it is ultimately your choice.

On this picture is Oprah smiling. Is Oprah a happy person? Is she a high vibration person? Let’s measure her vibration… shall we? Oprah’s vibration, today is 150… indication that she is not happy, she has no peace of mind… go figure. All the spiritual teachers she invites and buddy-buddies… It should tell you something.

Dr. Darren Weissman personal vibration: 170, (impatience, intolerance, anger, all feelings in the center, from the chest bone to the throat)

Dr. David Sereda personal vibration: 180 (measured while speaking on a video) 200 while just being.

Old Vibrational Readings copied from comments:

Jim Self – Mastering alchemy: personal vibration: 170 (riddled with horrible anxiety); teachings: 150. All learned, Tree of Knowledge stuff…
Panache Desai – Vibrational Catalyst; personal vibration: 200; teachings: 170
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Stuff I want you to see: The Guru Myth, Its Destructive Power and A Cure.

Sophie’s notes: I do not necessarily agree with a lot what’s written in this article, yet it’s a good piece of writing, and I want you to read it.

I will add some notes when I have time… And some vibrational measurements of the people he mentions… Patience, it’s coming.

The Guru Myth, Its Destructive Power and A Cure. {Now w/Videos!}

Julian Walker

Via ((Julian Walker, the writer of this article: personal vibration: 190; truth value of his whole teachings: 190; truth value of this article: 200)) on Feb 28, 2012

The Word and The Myth.

The word “guru” has taken on a life of its own in Western pop culture. The media and advertising talk about “stock gurus,” “marketing gurus,” sports gurus” and on and on – the characterization being someone who has a particular insight into their chosen field and is trusted by others as being able to solve certain problems or provide a highly effective strategy on how to be successful.

We know of course that the word originates in India and simply means “teacher.” In India one’s schoolteacher, dance instructor, parent – really anyone in an authoritative or instructive role might be considered your guru in their particular domain.

But when the word is used in a spiritual context it has a very specific meaning and is located within a very particular Hindu belief system. A guru in this sense is a cut above ordinary human beings. What distinguishes the guru from us mere mortals is that they are “enlightened” or “self-realized.”

Basically the claim is that there are certain very special people who have crossed a very specific threshold in their spiritual awareness – and they know the ultimate truth about the nature of reality.

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Anastasia and the Ringing Cedars of Russia: Fact of Fiction?

anastasia and the ringing cedars of russia is a tale, it is fiction, it is a hoax

Anastasia and the Ringing Cedars of Russia: Fact of Fiction?

A few months ago someone asked about the vibration of Anastasia.

I said 600. I finally bit the bullet and bought the whole set of books.

I was really curious, what is in these books that a whopping 20 million people bought them.

I am halfway through the first of the nine books, and this is, so far, my take (with Source’s help and muscle testing, of course.)

The idea and Utopia that is detailed in this book, vibrates at 600. About 10% of it is based on facts the rest is fantasy, much like the wildly popular Harry Potter series of the Lord of the Ring Trilogy.

It’s translated from Russian so it is not an easy read, I hear the subsequent volumes are written better.

My muscle test says that the author of the books has a vibration of 700, making him potentially the third highest vibration person on the planet. (The author: meaning the speaker of the ideas, the dreamer, the person who is depicted as “Anastasia” in the books, not Vladimir Megre… Megre’s personal vibration 300, and it has risen from under 200: he is a perfect demonstration of awakening conscious awareness. To what level each individual can rise depends only upon their desire and diligence… we are all designed to vibrate at 1,000 which is, of course, just a number… no actual vibration is implied here.)

The ideas, as I said previously, vibrate at 600. That means that they are largely off from the truth but they are much closer to how it is, the reality really is, than any religion.

In this volume, it talks a lot about the plant world and its relationship to Man and the planets. Its assertion of training seeds and plants to change themselves to give you what is perfect for your level of health is pure fabrication: it is not true at all. It’s a nice idea, but it is wishful thinking.

I think this is the part that millions of people are attracted to and maybe practice.
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