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Through our Daily Spiritual Practice we distinguish…

Facts Vs. Faith

What comes first the chicken or the egg? Currently, science and spirituality would say neither, the observer comes before the chicken and the egg. Science and spirituality are finally merging, both supporting some of the same truths. They now, both believe cause and effect is in the eye of the beholder. Quantum physics is proving this through experiments showing that when a particle is set it into motion, it has multiple possibilities and will actually take on all potentials, but the moment a particle is observed it will display something completely different, taking on a particular form. The emerging truth is that the observer doesn’t only effect reality, it creates it. This may seem miraculous in the eyes of science, but it is what divine faith has stated since the earliest of our knowing.

” Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” – Albert Einstein

One study done by Dr. William A. Tiller proves that human consciousness “changes space.” He took very advance meditators and had them set intentions on metal devices. His studies and experiments showed clear proof that the intentions actually changed the ph of the metal devices. He even came to the conclusion that the entire laboratory was set with this new intention over time. This concludes that if you set your intention consistently your habit of intention will become reality.

“The whole history of science has been the gradual realization that events do not happen in an arbitrary manner, but that they reflect a certain underlying order, which may or may not be divinely inspired.” – Stephen W. Hawking

Daily Affirmation: I am the distinct harmonic device to my reality!

Daily Action: Today, I will pick a limiting belief and argue both cases, for and against it. I will observe this belief all day and notice what evidence I can come up with for both sides of the argument. I will notice how I can find proof for what ever case I am defending. I will ask myself, “What beliefs serve me and what beliefs limit me?” Then, I will release my limited beliefs and enjoy life!


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