Are you eager for change: do you want something different for your life?
The phrase: disruptive innovation may seem counter intuitive at first. When we hear the word
“disruptive,” we recoil. We are creatures of habit. We feel safe with the “known and familiar” in our lives. We can even adapt with amazing flexibility, so that when something may be new one day, it may become familiar, then become the norm quickly if we are exposed to it often enough. (Of course, the danger in this is when we are exposed to manipulative and unprincipled behaviors, over and over, especially from figures in authority and with high visibility, and that exposure is intended to create a new, less healthy norm.)
Disruptive innovation can serve our greater health if its intentions are ethical and principled. And if it displaces dysfunctional processes and interjects a process that delivers meaningful improvements to the system it is addressing. So, change will necessarily be preceded by innovation, and when disruptive, it achieves a higher degree of impact on the established systems. In your life, change comes when you consciously choose for it to come and then act on that intention. It is your conscious awareness that is the context for your choices and your growth and your capacity for change. Consider your beliefs about your consciousness, in particular, about your “soul.” What is it? Does it even exist? What difference could it possibly make in changing your day to day reality?
When you begin to consider the question of the reality of your soul, there will likely be a disruption to your belief system. What is the soul, anyway? And, more importantly what difference will it make to your world? This is the difference: it will give you a context, based in ancient science, still in active use today, for what is already operating in your world, and most importantly, it will reveal to you what has been hidden from you about how to use your divine loving power in an intentional way to literally change your world right before your eyes.
I have been a Wellness practitioner since 1972. I have delivered “miraculous” results to my clients for decades. I use a very few specific modalities. I was Nationally Certified in therapeutic massage in 1992. I spent years working with a living master from India to whom the gurus in India would go for what he could give to them (Sri Kaleshwar). I have had many clients report to me that a great weight has been lifted off of their shoulders, giving them a renewed vitality and clarity, lost for many years and now regained. I have had clients report immediate relief from debilitating pain, pain requiring heavy pain medication, now totally and permanently gone. I have had clients report a complete turn around from symptoms for which they had no diagnosis, even after spending thousands of dollars on medical tests. These are clinical results from my using the Science of the Soul in conjunction with my other hands-on clinical modalities. These unexplainable happenings are more than mere coincidence.
“Almost all physicians possess a lavish list of strange happenings unexplainable by normal science,” says Dr. Dossey. “A tally of these events would demonstrate, I am convinced, that medical science not only has not had the last word, it has hardly had the first word on how the world works, especially when the mind is involved.”
There is a science of the soul. It is ancient. It can help you change your world. You ultimately are the one who will decide your strategy for change. You already are being informed by your soul, and having a direct experience of your soul, as a level of consciousness distinct from your mind, can help you to discern that. Direct experience can help override the mentations of the mind.
"Before his book Healing Words was published in 1993, only three U.S. medical schools had courses devoted to exploring the role of religious practice and prayer in health; currently, nearly 80 medical schools have instituted such courses, many of which utilize Dr. Dossey's works as textbooks. In his 1989 book Recovering the Soul, he introduced the concept of "nonlocal mind" -- mind unconfined to the brain and body, mind spread infinitely throughout space and time. Since then, "nonlocal mind" has been adopted by many leading scientists as an emerging image of consciousness. Dr. Dossey's ever-deepening explication of nonlocal mind provides a legitimate foundation for the merging of spirit and medicine. The ramifications of such a union are radical and call for no less than the reinvention of medicine."
Modern science in the West is catching up to the ancient science of the East. Discernment is critical to navigating all science. There is no one answer for everyone. You can create an opportunity for your own disruptive innovation, given appropriate and legitimate source material and counsel. Feel free to visit the wellness education page of my new website, https://healing4now.wixsite.com/healing4now/wellness-education for more information.