Humans are multidimensional beings, comprised of mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Today we will explore how those dimensions work together.


Physicist Nassim Haramein was mocked by the mainstream scientific community thirty years ago when he began asking questions like, “Who or what created the forces in the universe - such as gravity?”


Haramein was no stranger to being ridiculed by his peers. As a lonely child, he spent hours outside observing nature. He could not help but notice an inherent order in the natural world. He could sense that life has a purposeful innate design, originating from a higher consciousness. He knew that life was not some random result of a Big Bang (the latter being popular belief among the mainstream scientific community).


Despite feelings of isolation, Haramein knew that following his heart’s knowing was more important than acquiescing to mainstream beliefs. This was tough, because every scientist’s dream is to gain support for their theories so they can receive research grants to help them prove those theories.


To truly serve humanity and the planet, however, Haremein knew he must follow his intuition. He became obsessed with scientifically observing, measuring, and proving the interconnectedness of life. He has now spent more than 30 years researching and discovering connections in physics, mathematics, geometry, cosmology, quantum mechanics, biology and chemistry as well as anthropology and archeology. He founded Resonant Science Foundation in 2004.


Haramein feels that the mainstream scientific community is missing out on some critical facts of life by isolating scientific disciplines from one another, rather than approaching each discipline as one piece of an integral whole.


In Haramein’s view, physics (and more specifically the study of vibration) has everything to do with biology because inside every atom of every living cell is an electric charge and vibration –which have an impact on the health of the cells which comprise the whole living being.


Applied kinesiologists can diagnose allergies, ailments, and stress-induced sickness by detecting the strength of a person’s electron flow throughout the body. This testing has often shown to be more effective, faster, and less costly than much of the advanced technological testing used in allopathic health care systems. Perhaps the efficacy of such testing can be attributed to the purposeful innate design with which all living creatures are created. As Haramein says, “You are 100 trillion cells continually plotting to make you healthy.”


So how can we apply this information in our lives? How about experiencing the mind-body connection…


This week, when you notice yourself feeling stressed, try this exercise for calming the nervous system, balancing energy flow throughout your body, and regulating your internal systems.


By practicing this exercise every time you become stressed, you can regulate your stress hormones and thereby revitalize and strengthen your immune system:


1.Become aware of when you are stressed.


2.Take a pause to become fully present so that you can begin observing your mind and body.


3.Begin to notice your thoughts. Try to begin just witnessing your thoughts.


4.Notice if your thoughts are telling a story, a story which is based in the fear of being unsafe or unloved.


5.Notice the specific emotion that you are feeling. Try to name the emotion. For example, “I feel anger in this moment.”


6.Ask yourself, “Where in my body do I feel this emotion?”


7.Be still and allow your body to speak to you. Your body will show you where you feel the emotion. You may first notice it in your irregular breathing, then you may notice aches, pains, or wrenching somewhere else – like your stomach, your back, or your chest.


8.Be still at least three minutes and silently ask yourself, “Where in my body do I feel this emotion?”


9.Let your body speak to you.


10.Deeply feel the sensation of the stress and emotion in your body.


11.Begin to breathe more steadily and imagine sending your breath into the part of your body that is feeling the emotion.


12.As you imagine sending your breath into this part of your body, cultivate a feeling of love. You can do this by imagining a peaceful nature scene, the smell of your favorite food cooking, the smile of a child, or the soothing feeling of a cool breeze on a spring day.


13.Keep breathing, sending your breath and your love into the part of your body which feels the emotional stress.


14.Keep doing this until you notice your mind and body have become calm and serene.


As you continue this exercise, you are increasing blood flow to the part of your body which feels your emotion.


This is important because when we are stressed or emotional, our breath becomes irregular and blood flow to our organs is decreased.


Stress causes blood flow to redirect and increase to our extremities. This results in a loss of oxygenation and circulation to the internal systems which regulate our health and immunity.


We can use this exercise to reverse the harmful effects of stressful emotion.