Saturday, September 21, 2013
The Spirtual Science Movement
The Spiritual Science Movement
While dusting of my book shelf I came across one of the first books that introduced me to the Spiritual Science Movement, the title of the book was; “The Master Key System” by Charles F. Haanel. Haanel was a visionary that was way ahead of his time. The Master Key System was first published in 1912. The Theory that thought is spiritual, because thought is of the same energy as the Universal Mind, is an ancient one. The scientific research that confirms this theory only became popular to the masses a few years ago.
The major focus of this century plus year old publication is that “the laws governing in the mental and spiritual world are as fixed and infallible as in the material world. The law of Abundance for example is due to an individual’s ability to manifest reality though thought. According to Haanel “if you can acquire a thorough understanding of this law, and are able to control your thought processes, you can apply it to any condition.
The law of Abundance is the same as the law of Gravity, it will affect you whether you believe it or not. You can never manifest abundance if your thoughts are mainly focused on the difficulties caused by the lack of abundance. Thought manifestation is an ability that we all have and use that is why it is important to monitor your thoughts. Never dwell on limitations, positive, creative and constructive thoughts will manifest positive creative and constructive realities.
In 2004 millions of individuals internationally became aware of the Spiritual Science Movement after the world wide success of the film “What the Bleep Do We Know”. This groundbreaking film provided scientific research in quantum physics that supported Haanel’s early 1900’s writings. Around that same time I had not long completed my Korean Taoist Ki Energy master training. I was fascinated by the similarities in the theories of the spiritual science movement and ancient Taoist teachings.
Science has now proven that all things in our universe are made of vibrating energy including our thoughts. This supports the Taoist Yang/Yin philosophy about all things in life. Energy is produced by the interface of negative and positive forces.
Thousands of years ago an Egyptian by the name of Tehuti who the Greeks renamed Hermes developed the famous Seven Hermetic Laws. The third Hermetic law of vibration (see www.theartofwarogers.com) is the foundation of Taoism, Haanel’s work, and todays Spiritual Science Movement. In his book “Ancient Future” Wayne B. Chandler provides scholarly research to support this.
One might wonder why it has taken this long to provide this information that originated in ancient Egypt to the masses, according to Chandler it probably is the same reason why no current scientific research can explain how early Egyptians were able align pyramid stones within 1/1000 of an inch of mathematical perfection, a perfection achieved today only by jewelers cutting gems under a microscope.
An answer to this question may be found in the 2006 Prime Time Productions film The Secret, which later became an international best seller. Only a chosen few have had access to this ancient knowledge, until only a few years ago.