Form the movie Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory released in 1971 and adaptated from the 1964 novel Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl. This song from the sound track written by and composed by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley really says quite a lot about the reality of the universe which many people are unaware of.
Steve Grand suggests that not a single molecule of your body today was present in it when you were a child, and so your body today is most definitely not what your body was then. That is to say that as your body matures it not only changes shape but changes completely. Every cell that comprises your body is renewed every few years.
Biologist Richard Dawkins makes a very strong case for “thinking the improbable” by looking at how the human frame of reference limits our understanding of the universe.
Is creation amazing? You better believe it is amazing. But there’s no point looking for “The Answer” because we are creating the whole thing by virtue of our searching.
It is a practice worth perfecting, for if you persist and perfect the act of maintaining eye contact you will see truths in other human beings that may have lain hidden previously and you will also reveal the truth in your own heart. To use this practice for effective engagement with other human beings, you MUST be centered in your true self. If you are not the truth will lie hidden from you, and your relationships will lack true honesty and connectedness.
In 1889 Prentice Mulford wrote “Thoughts Are Things“. A classic book on the subject of power of the mind. But what’s behind thought, where are our thoughts and what produces the initial impulse to think? Not many people take the time to analyse their thoughts let alone seek to find out where they come from. The mind […]