Spirit Science 30 ~ Chakras: Part 4

Spirit Science episodes have finally hit the big Three-Zero! How exciting! In continuing the Chakras series, this one begins to break into the question of how the pattern of Chakras relates to things beyond the individual. How does it apply to a group, to a country, to a whole species? Check it out!

To me, this episode is sort of a bridge between the other parts in the Chakra series, including the one to come. It will flow really well in the movie, but I understand that it’s still a pretty short video.

The concept here is essentially that even in large groups or communities, the pattern of the chakras is still true. It’s not just applicable to the individual, but the entire populous that you’re observing.

In this video we compare countries like USA to older countries like India. Now, there was some debate in the comments about the specifics of WHY countries like India are poor. In this video i’m not meaning to say they decided to be poor because they reached a higher level, but rather that during their evolution, they reached a level where they were far more interested in their higher centers, their religion, their understanding of God, and put more energy and effort into that rather than sustaining strong physical centers.

However, when other countries came along that were younger, and more interested in pushing the limits of their lower centers, a lot of these older countries that didn’t have a military or great wealth were kicked to the curb, used for labor and stuff like that. There are a lot of politics and economics that i’m not going to get into here, but I think you get the idea.

So there are a few different patterns to observe here. By the act of observing them, we can evolve our own consciousness and ultimately bring ourselves, our families, our communities, countries, and species up in consciousness.

Thanks for reading!
Jordan Pearce


Inventor And Futurist Ray Kurzweil Is Asked ‘Are We Living in a Simulation?’ This Is His Answer

Raymond “Ray” Kurzweil is an American author, computer scientist, inventor and futurist. He has become well known for predicting the future of artificial intelligence and the human race. His first book, The Age of Intelligent Machines, published in 1990, put forth his theories on the results of the increasing use of technology and predicted the explosive growth in the internet, among other predictions.

In the video you are about to see below he is asked if we are all living in a simulation. His answer is insightful and thought-provoking. Check it out:

For decades Ray Kurzweil has explored how artificial intelligence can enrich and expand human capabilities. In his latest book, How To Create A Mind, he takes this exploration to the next step: reverse-engineering the brain to understand precisely how it works, then applying that knowledge to create intelligent machines. In the near term, Ray’s project at Google is developing artificial intelligence based on biologically inspired models of the neocortex to enhance functions such as search, answering questions, interacting with the user, and language translation. The goal is to understand natural language to communicate with the user as well as to understand the meaning of web documents and books. In the long term, Ray believes it is only by extending our minds with our intelligent technology that we can overcome humanity’s grand challenges.

Kasim Khan, Team Spirit


Tips on Raising Sensitive, Empathic Children

When they become parents, many people wonder how to impart spiritual values to their children. The traditional model of sending them to Sunday school is one alternative; another is to draw the entire family into the personal spirituality of the parents, as more people turn away from organized religion to carve their own path. Children grow up to reflect how they are raised, which makes this an important issue.

To begin with, a child’s spiritual life should be age appropriate. A very young child’s brain hasn’t matured enough to absorb adult beliefs, and the overall development of every child is unique. Before age ten or so, I feel that spiritual parenting will have the most lasting effect if it builds a foundation in the self rather than focusing on principles. As a practical matter, every young child should feel that:

  • They are loved and lovable.
  • They are worthwhile in their parents’ eyes.
  • Being a good person comes from within.
  • Happiness and fulfillment are natural.

At this stage, the role of caretaker is all-important. Young children have their own predispositions that show up early on. A child starts to show personality traits very soon in life. Yet no matter how different they are, children need to feel worthy and loved.shutterstock-child-early-education-lego-school-preschool

The next phase of spiritual parenting is about values. Child psychology studies have shown that babies as early as six months old want to help their mothers, and even infants react positively when they see good behavior and shy away from bad behavior in others. So there is reason to feel that children have a moral nature. Continue reading

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50 Ways to Live a Life Without Regret

With each chapter you close in your life, comes the end of an old and the beginning of a new. These chapters are what we call cycles. If you are in tune with these cycles, you can feel the shift coming. They normally come in 7 year intervals, meaning that at age 7,14,21,28.35 and 42 (etc) you will have completed 6 cycles.

Each cycle ends with both positive and negative attributes, as well as hard lessons and immense growth. Upon each ending, you will notice the energies amping up. Everything around you may shift dramatically at the close of a volatile cycle, or fizzle out smoothly depending on which milestone you have accomplished.

Take a moment, look back on your life and try to remember the major events that surrounded these age markers and notice these major milestones. Can you see the pattern?

Once you do, you can prepare yourself for the next transition. Each cycle ends with a period of reflection. This is where the should have, could have and would have’s come up. And to ensure that you reach your final cycle with a clear conscious, here are 50 Ways to Live Life Without Regrets.

50. Speak Your Mind

Your thoughts are important, don’t undervalue yourself.

49. Be Yourself

You can only be you, don’t become a second-rate version of someone else.

48. Be Bold

What would you do if you knew for 100% certainty, that you wouldn’t fail?

Do that.

47. Admit When You Are Wrong

Have the courage to admit when you are wrong. It will gain you respect, and will allow you to become a strong leader.

46. Make Your Own Path

Don’t follow the trail, break free. Find your own path and leave footprints for someone else. Continue reading


What is the Meaning of Life? It’s this. Right now.

The meaning of life is… This.

I’m not pulling your leg.

This right here – What’s happening right now – This is the meaning of life.


What about helping others?help each other

What about love?

What about growing as a person?

Those things will never happen outside of now. They are part of this. So is reading this article, biting your lip, and that itch you have juuuust about now.

A related question is “why do we exist?”

We exist because existence itself, now, the Tao, God, willed us into existence – We in the sense of being our separated minds.

In the deepest sense, “I am”. My words trickling out of me – my mind – This is existence itself. This.

Everything that is, is part of this. You can create your own version of the meaning of life and it will be part of this.

I will forget about this. You will forget about this – Most of life we go through a haze, where we’ve forgotten it. In a way, that is the essence of the human experience – Forgetting that you are everything, or to put it in Alan Watts’ words, “…playing that you weren’t God”. Continue reading


Science Can Prove the Existence of God; Here’s How

Quantum mechanics has potentially put an end to one of the most widely adopted atheistic view of Earth – materialism. Therefore in an indirect way it has brought forth the supreme deity ideology, which was wholly rejected by most scientists, back into the frame of science.

materialismIn materialism, the material world was seen as a closed system operating on an intricate relationship between cause and effect. It was supported by the physical laws that had cemented their place in the scientific method since Newtonian times. With all the internal dependence and mathematical correlations, it was assumed that the material entities behaved irrespective of outside influence. That a material thing exists without any prerequisites.

However, the advent of quantum mechanics threw a wrench into this seemingly irrefutable notion of the world. It did so by taking matter from being made up of tiny blocks of atoms to be consisting of a wave of possibilities. You see, what quantum mechanics did was take the ingredients of matter from being the physicality of an atom to the unpredictability of its sub particles. Therefore an atom was the manifestation of the state its transient sub particles, electrons and quarks, were in. Thus essentially rendering the idea of a physical, unchanging matter archaic.

double slitTo show how quantum mechanics can potentially prove the existence of God, we have to learn about one Earth-shattering experiment – the Double-slit one. It exposed the wave-nature of electrons, a seemingly material thing. In the experiment, a beam of electrons fired through a slit and at a screen replicated a wave like pattern instead of a material splatter. Continue reading

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