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“The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the previous centuries of its existence.
There are two kinds of crystals, diamonds, salt, rubies, etc and another kind that has a more fluid structure even though its molecules maintain an organized pattern. Familiar examples of liquid crystals include digital watch faces and laptop computer screens. To better understand the nature of a liquid crystal, consider soldiers on parade. When the marching soldiers turn a corner, they maintain their regimented structure, even though they're moving individually. They're behaving like a flowing liquid, yet they do not lose their crystalline organization. The phospholipid molecules of the membrane behave in a similar fashion. Their fluid crystalline organization allows the membrane to dynamically alter its shape while maintaining its integrity, a necessary property for a supple membrane barrier. So in defining this character of the membrane it could be said that it is a liquid crystal.
A liquid crystal is technically defined as having form, liquid properties, stored information and a measurable electromagnetic field. The larger liquid crystal systems include fatty tissue, muscle and nerve tissue, the lymphatic system, white blood cells, and the various pleural and peritoneal linings.
The distinguishing characteristic of the liquid crystalline state is the tendency of the molecules (mesogens) to point along a common axis, called the director. This is in contrast to molecules in the liquid phase, which have no intrinsic order. In the solid state, molecules are highly ordered and have little translational freedom. The characteristic orientational order of the liquid crystal state is between the traditional solid and liquid phases and this is the origin of the term mesogenic state, used synonymously with liquid crystal state.
In fact there are many forms of crystal-like systems in the body, which is actually a series of synchronous, interacting, crystal structures. On this level the human body is a linkage of oscillating solid and liquid crystals that form an overall energy pattern. Each organ, gland, nerve system, cell and protein structure shows a level of organization with some degree of crystalline function.
For example, our bone structure has long been recognized as a solid crystal structure with piezoelectric properties. A piezoelectric effect is the creation of an electromagnetic field (EMF) pulse when a crystalline structure is physically stressed or pushed out of its normal shape. As a solid crystal, bone has the ability to convert vibrational energy such as sound or light into electromagnetic and electric energies. Studies suggest that the crystal-like components of the extracellular matrix of bone, such as collagen and proteolycans, possess piezoelectric qualities. It has also been established that mineralized tissues, such as cartilage, dentin, teeth in general, and relatively non-mineralized tissues such as keratin in skin, elastin, artery tissue, connective tissue (tendons and ligaments) and even some amino acid crystals (glycine, proline and hydroxyproline) all have piezoelectric properties.
when certain types of protein molecule are exposed to an energy source such as light or radio wave sound or a harmonic frequency, they will resonate sympathetically with it and can even change physical shape. Crystal-like proteins are able to take in energies and transform them into a biologically active signal. When the configuration of the crystal-like protein changes, it can transfer or even convert the frequencies into energy message signals to which the cells respond in numerous different ways. One example is melanin, a crystal-like protein able to absorb light energy and transform it into sound and electromagnetic energy. This transfer of harmonic, resonant energy is how the cell membrane sends information to the intracellular structures, and therefore has a regulatory effect on them.
The body, the cells within the body, and the DNA within the cells within the body, are all resonators working like a two-way radio. Each cell gives off particular frequencies. Electromagnetic wave patterns in the cells act as a guidance or force for what happens in the cell. When you change a field pattern, you change matter. When you change matter, you change a field pattern (just like bio-photons, which are both particles and waves). What is more important is that the field pattern is much more predominant in organizing the matter than vice versa.
The first level of coherence rests on the idea that all subatomic particles are in communication with each other so that, when you change one, you in effect change all the other subatomic particles. This is because they are in constant and instantaneous communication. As we take all this a little further, we begin to understand that consciousness is a high order of coherence of field patterns in the body.
originally posted by: Meduzi
It's not too difficult a leap of faith, being that, at the quantum level, most particles interact with each other. What I do have an issue with, is the suggestion that there is a connection at the subconscious level. Up to now, I have never seen any convincing evidence to demonstrate that, other than electrical signals being used to drive servos and computer programs.
Cognitive research has revealed that automatically, and clearly outside of conscious awareness, individuals register and acquire more information than what they can experience through their conscious thoughts. For example, an extensive line of research conducted by Hasher and Zacks has demonstrated that individuals register information about the frequency of events automatically (i.e., outside of conscious awareness and without engaging conscious information processing resources). Moreover, perceivers do this unintentionally, truly "automatically," regardless of the instructions they receive, and regardless of the information processing goals they have. Interestingly, the ability to unconsciously and relatively accurately tally the frequency of events appears to have little or no relation to the individual's age, education, intelligence, or personality, thus it may represent one of the fundamental building blocks of human orientation in the environment and possibly the acquisition of procedural knowledge and experience, in general.
There was a thread recently that was about the great pyramid and the crystalline lattice structure of the pink granite in relation to frequencies and oobe. It could maybe compliment your theory...
I love the Tesla quote. To me that quote sums up so much. If only all of Tesla's work and beliefs were more widely explored by mainstream science. I think we could learn decades worth from studying it seriously.
Somewhere in all of this is a scientific explanation for our spiritual or "non-physical" world and experiences. It also makes me think about things like Haarps potential effects on the human body and the reality of EMF bombardment on specific persons/populaces. Using certain frequencies to effect the mind and body in a litany of different ways.
So, according to Dr. Lipton our bodies, as well as nearly all organisms are specialized vehicles for communication. We are designed to recieve and transmit massive amounts of communications at every second, Optimally internally, foot cell to a brain cell in a milisec, but also externally in order to change internally.
a reply to: iDope
Subconscious is not a state of the conscious self
Your entire post, which I admire, still points to the physical aspects of creation and nothing beyond that in terms of consciousness. One first needs to discern or at least agree what consciousness is beyond dictionary and science definitions. Yet, all this is done while being incarnated in a human body made of flesh and blood.
a reply to: iDope
how would one be super-conscious without being conscious
When reading this a Ted talk I watched recently sprung to mind. It dealt with the idea of stress and it's effect on our body. It came to the conclusion that merely by consciously thinking of stress as a good healthy reaction it had positive effects opposed to the detrimental effects usually seen.
If we have the abilities to astral travel, OBE's, ESP, transpersonal/collective consciousness ( Akashic Field),
Which is one aspect I don't understand about many conscious philosophers and such. It seems as if they formulate a theory and never back down from it, just adding more convoluted examples and creating new terms to substantiate their theory.
As an example, the so-called descent of the Monad into matter means an involution or involving or infolding of spiritual potencies into material vehicles which coincidentally and contemporaneously, through the compelling urge of the infolding energies, unfold their own latent capacities, unwrap them, roll them forth; and this is the evolution of matter. – Gottfried de Purucker
A strange loop arises when, by moving only upwards or downwards through a hierarchical system, one finds oneself back to where one started.
I still believe dualism makes more "universal" sense, it just cannot be tested scientifically that I a aware of.