Can the Collective Beliefs about Biology Influence My Body?
Shibani asks, “You recently mentioned ‘biological beliefs’ in a comment to my question on one of your blog posts. So, does my very own body function according to MY personal biological beliefs… or the fixed set of beliefs that work for everyone? Am I still breathing because I have decided to? Or is it because we have all co-created the scene where we need to breathe to be ‘alive’ and so I am merely complying?
I mean, we all co-create a lot of things. Have the biological beliefs been ‘co-created’ and thus apply to everyone? Or is it entirely dependent on me?”
While your reality is first and foremost created by you, you are subject to some core beliefs or agreements that govern the physical world. It’s possible to overcome these beliefs (that’s when physical “miracles” occur), but for the most part, you’re well served to just let those programs run automatically. Let me explain.
If we think of our personal reality as a computer, you can consider these core agreements as the basic BIOS program. Your physical body is focused into being primarily from the non-physical and is set up to keep running as long as you need it and as long as it’s not interfered with (by introducing resistance). So, you keep breathing because your body is biologically set up to do so, even when you don’t pay attention to it, because so much focus has already gone into the creation of your body that your conscious focus on it isn’t required.
These “agreements” govern physical laws such as gravity and the rules of physics. It’s why we generally all see a table in the room, all perceive a house as a house, feel the same physical objects as smooth or rough, etc. Our experience of our collective physical reality is still our own (whether or not you like the table or the house is part of your experience), but we all generally perceive the same physical objects to be there.
If we didn’t have these basic rules, this basic program running underneath everything, life would be very confusing.
Having said that, our view of our bodies and environment does shape them. And even though these core beliefs are strong and solid and nearly unshakeable, with enough focus, we can change them, or rather, discover and allow new facets of them (change our collective reality). For example, it’s possible to transplant an arm from one human to another and make it work. That’s just a pre-cursor to the manifestation of re-growing limbs and as our collective belief adapts over time, such medical miracles are becoming more and more mainstream. And yet, it still had to start with one doctor, tuning into his dreams and being willing to surpass his current reality, to even attempt the very first transplant and continue to try after it failed until he found success. One person’s focus and alignment can impact our collective beliefs about our biological world and over time, change it forever.
Can Transplanted Organs Carry Their Donor’s Energy?
Kat asks, “I recently watched an interview of an intuitive in Belgium (forgot his name) who was speaking about the energy we each give off and possess. He mentioned that when someone is truly depressed before leaving physical and donates his heart, for example, the energy of his heart will be transferred over and would make the acceptor of that heart feel uneasy as well. Can this be true? Or could it more likely be the feeling of the new possessor of the organ, instead?
I think organ donation is great and saves many lives. However, this factor perhaps needs to be considered. Does this apply to gamete donation, i.e., egg and sperm donation, as well, since the gametes are not fully formed human beings/souls have not occupied yet? I’d like to think that the fact that these donations assist others in leading full lives would be an uplifting thing, regardless of the emotional condition the donor was in before leaving physical. Also, once in another body, shouldn’t the organ take up the energy of its possessor, i.e., its new residence? I am sure this is true. What would LOA say?”
I love this question and it so perfectly dovetails with the one above.
Our bodies, at their core, are designed to function perfectly. And unless we introduce resistance, they will do so. So, if we are ill, the “cure” is not so much about figuring out what to do and more about figuring out what NOT to do, or what NOT to think. We want to figure out what it is that we’re doing that is keeping us from optimal health and STOP doing it. So, when left to their own devices, our bodies will naturally strive toward health and well being.
Each cell in your body has its own consciousness. It’s not nearly as focused as you are, so it doesn’t get as distracted by “reality” as you do, but it’s there. And this consciousness is subject to your inner being just like you are. That inner being is always calling you to a higher vibration and your body gets that same call. But, unlike you with your powerful mind which loves to make up all kinds of rules and excuses for why feeling bad is actually a good thing, your body’s cells are more general than that. Animals are less focused that we are, so they have an easier time finding their alignment. Trees are even less focused and therefore have a more solid, stable energy. The cells in your body are much more likely to hear the call of well being than you are, but are more subject to your influence than a tree would be. The bottom line is that when you withdraw your resistant focus from any part of your body, its natural inclination to move toward a higher vibration will take over easily.
So, let’s say that you take the heart out of the body of a miserable bastard and put it into another person. Will the misery be transplanted along with the organ? Nope. Because the misery was never part of the organ, it was simply being influenced by it. Providing the organ isn’t rejected, it becomes part of the biological system and focus of the new body (or it would not be able to function). And therefore, it becomes subject to the energy of the new body.
How the recipient feels and feels about the organ are much more influential than anything else. But let’s say that the recipient knew the donor and worries about the fact that bad Juju could’ve been transplanted along with it. That could introduce some major resistance and could lead to all kinds of symptoms.
We don’t yet believe that we can simply re-grow or internally repair our own organs at will. But we want that to happen. So, we’ve manifested ways to bridge that gap which we can believe – organ transplants are one of those ways. How we feel about the manifestation shapes our experience of it.
This same explanation holds true for fertilized eggs as well. We don’t believe that infertile couples can simple snap their fingers and have a baby. So, we manifested a way for them to do so. The donor’s energy cannot “mess up” the energy of the body that a new consciousness is born into. This is not only due to the fact that the consciousness that’s born into that body has much more influence on the energy of that body (even pre-birth) than the donors every could, but also because the Law of Attraction would never allow a donor and recipient whose energy does not match the outcome to come together. Ever. Even your genetic makeup has to match the energy of who you are here.
Do Trees and Plants Create Their Own Reality?
Shibani asks, “Do trees and plants also have ‘vibrational’ alignment? Can they affect their ‘reality’?”
Yes, EVERYTHING is consciousness and can affect its own reality. Not everything is as focused or reactive as we are, though. Notice that a dog will generally find its alignment much faster than a human can. If a dog has an experience that it doesn’t like, it generally doesn’t harp on it for hours afterwards making itself miserable. It moves on and takes a nap or goes outside to play.
Wild animals are even less influenced by us. This is why they generally stay away from us – they don’t match our worried, stressed out vibrations. Plants and trees are even less focused and reactive. You can be sad next to a tree and it will not be sad with you (a dog might). A tree doesn’t have the ability to focus upon you or your issues the way that a human could, and is therefore less influenced by you. It will hold its higher vibration steady, even while you’re leaning on it in pain.
But that doesn’t mean that there’s not an intelligent consciousness behind the energy of the tree. It creates its reality just like we do, just with a lot less drama. A tree doesn’t have to run around gathering nourishment, for example. It stays in one place, perfectly tapped into the power of creation, into the perfection of nature and the ecosystem. The tree experiences its reality with much more subtle nuances. It lives in a stable, high vibration and so there’s less contrast than for humans. It knows how balanced and perfect everything is and doesn’t stress out about the details. Its manifestations would be about growing, weathering the seasons, and responding to the overall energy around them.
Trees and plants provide a major stabilizing force to our world. Their high, stable energy is much harder to shake than our own, reactive vibrations. We can be easily distracted, but they can’t and that serves us all. This is why it’s so calming to walk through a forest or be in nature. When two different vibrations come together, one has to change to match the other or they have to get away from each other. Nature will never lower its vibration to match yours and it won’t move away from you. So if you stay there, your vibration will have to rise. This same influence extends across the globe.
How might a tree affect its reality? Well, it can choose to die at just the right time so that it dries out and becomes the perfect kindling for a cleansing forest fire (in nature, fire renews). Trees often comply with the energy of humans in property disputes (a neighbor’s tree just happens to always grow across the fence, giving you both the perfect opportunity to work through some resistance you have). Or, a backyard tree may respond to the love of a family and playful energy of the kids and grow large and strong so it can provide shade and a great place to climb. These manifestations don’t just happen – the trees are in on it and happily so.
Does this mean that you should never chop down a tree or eat a tomato? Of course not. Plants, more than anything, know that death is not an end, but a transition. So they have no problem giving up their lives to nourish us. In fact, it’s part of their intention. And we would not have discovered how to make things out of wood if the trees were not a match to that. But I do think that plants, animals and nature deserve our respect and appreciation. And I think that this is something that happens naturally as we raise our vibrations. We begin to see the perfection of everything and feel the wonderful loving energy radiating off of nature. And when that happens, we can’t be cruel or careless anymore. You wouldn’t pollute your friend’s living room or torture their dog. As you realize how connected you are to everything, including nature, you realize that it’s your “friend” too.
This, by the way, is what I consider to be an effective form of environmentalism. Scare and guilt tactics don’t work. But when you help people to find their connection, it makes nature feel personal. When you become aware of this connection, you can’t destroy or abuse or waste anymore. It just doesn’t feel right.
Now it’s your turn: Did any of these questions resonate with you? Share your own experience for the benefit of everyone.
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