The Secret of our Reflected Universe by Gregg Braden
The oldest records of humankind suggest that creation “speaks” to us each day through the language of a reflected universe-a language where the events of our daily lives are the product of relationships that begin in the unseen realms of creation. The same texts remind us that we may use this language to “see the unseen, hear that which cannot be heard,” and speak with creation through “the unspoken word.” Recent advances in quantum science now support precisely such understandings, providing the keys to translate our forgotten language, giving new meaning to each career, every relationship and the “unexplained” events of our lives.
Three groundbreaking experiments in the late 1990’s unveil dramatic and undeniable evidence of a newly recognized form of energy, a matrix, linking each member of our global family, creation, and the events of our lives in unexpected and empowering ways. Relegated to technical journals, and receiving little attention from mainstream media, these experiments, reported by leading research institutions of our day, shake the foundation of our predominant worldview, scientically documenting that:
1. We communicate with our world through a previously unrecognized form of energy that operates beyond the bounds of time and space.
2. Our DNA directly influences our physical world through the energy.
3. Our emotions directly influence our physical DNA through this non-physical, non-local form of energy.
A growing body of evidence suggest that the events of our visible world, the failed relationship, broken agreements, disease and conict of our past, as well as the joy, peace and healing of the present, stem from events that begin with what Max Planck called the “matrix of all matter.” Through this unconventional form of energy, now associated with human emotion, and we create conditions that are mirrored as the reality of our lives.
THE SECRET OF OUR REFLECTED UNIVERSE
Unlocking the Mystery of Heaven,
Through the Science of Man
by Gregg Braden