What the Bleep Do We Know?
In 2004 the ground breaking film “What the Bleep Do We Know? (www.whatthebleep.com) became an international sleeper hit and a major factor in the growth of the Spiritual Science movement. The focus of the film documented how quantum physics research has proven theories that ancient spiritual philosophies such as Taoism, Zen, and Buddhism understood to be true centuries ago. “All matter is vibrating energy and humans can influence internal and external matter with thought”.
The Spiritual Science movement is now reconnecting science with energy balancing practices like Ki Energy training and treatments, meditation, tai chi, Reiki and yoga as options for addressing wellness. There was a time dating back to early Egypt when spiritually and sciences were one. Social Programing fueled by economics have limited the understanding of many about their internal abilities to self-heal and to seek options to address health and wellness outside of main stream medical advice and pharmaceutical drugs only.
The Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) has taken a leadership role in allowing science to understand and respect ancient wisdom in addressing health related issues and improving human potential. IONS’ (www.noetic.org) scientific research in topics such as alternative healing, meditation, psychic abilities, consciousness after death and spirituality; has made a huge impact on the growth of the Spiritual Science movement’s relationship to health and wellness.
Many were kept ignorant of IONS’ work until Dan Brown featured noetic sciences in his international best seller “The Lost Symbol”. Brown combined fact with fiction in a plot structured around actual research being conducted by IONS. As a Korean Taoist master and wellness practitioner at the Harlem Ki Energy center (www.kienergycenter.com ) the growth of the Spiritual Movement allows me to better explain how Ki Treatments and Training work from both a scientific and spiritual point of view.
In the late 1800’s physicist Nikola Tesla proved the existence of an energy vibration in empty space which was a source of all energy he named it Zero Point Energy. In 1977 Columbia University physicist Gerald Feinberg discovered a faster then light subatomic particle of zero point energy that had form he call it Tachyon energy. Further research showed that healing tools made with Tachyon energy could positively influence the cellular structure of the body to heal. The power to heal from human touch is also influence by the same energy connection.
Many in today’s Science and medical communities have started to embrace the fact that they have been socially programed to think in a certain way, a major reason why “What the Bleep Do We Know?” was the title of the 2004 film.
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