Jennifer Lake's Blog

November 21, 2009

Kymatica

                                                                   Kymatica

Brothers Benjamin and Daniel Stewart have made a brilliant film with shining moments about the nature of consciousness. In one hour and twenty-four minutes they ambitiously cover the range of the electro-magnetic properties of the ‘organism’ Earth, how this gives rise to biological form and function, the meaning of myth and religion as symbolic outer stories that enable our conception of the True Self and the False Ego, and how the global drama of terror and control is a collective expression of our inner divisions.
 
As they describe “Fear”, calling it the Parasite (minute 35), “this parasite called our Ego requires a continuous flow of sustenance to survive….a [biological] parasite will release chemicals that cause the host to crave the sustenance that the parasite needs to survive. As long as the host is unaware, it will keep feeding the parasite and starving itself…”
 
(minute 52) “During the 1990s, three Nobel laureates in medicine advanced research that revealed the primary function of DNA lies not in protein synthesis, as was widely believed for the past century, but in electromagnetic energy reception and transmission”…
 
“The heart and brain maintain a continuous two-way dialogue, each influencing the other’s functioning. Although it is not well known, the heart sends far more information to the brain than the brain sends to the heart, and the signals the heart sends to the brain can influence perception, emotional processing, and higher cognitive functions. The heart also generates the strongest rhythmic electromagnetic field in the body and this can actually be measured in the brainwaves of people around us” –HeartMath Institute
 
(mintute 1hr:19:10) “In this conscious living universe, there are no LAWs of nature, just habits. There is nothing external to this universe to force a Law upon it. The illusion of a fixed Law of nature is only the result of there being no need for that habit to be broken. When habits need to be broken to ensure the survival of the organism, we see this event in nature and call it Evolution. The collective mind shapes our evolution. A great example of this is the experiment done by John Kairns [sic?] in 1988. His team put lactose-intolerant cells in an environment with only lactose for food. Under a Law of nature every one of these lactose-intolerant cells would have died, but surprisingly they all survived. Every one of them understood the problem they were facing and replaced a defective lactase enzyme with a functioning one to utilize lactose for food. If a cell has the ability to decide how and when to evolve because it’s facing extinction, then anything can.”
 
[Dr. Bruce Lipton, cellular biologist]–“The existing belief is that the human body is a biochemical machine controlled by genes and therefore the behavior, emotions, and character of our biology, our health and lives, are controlled by genes –which we don’t control! So, this is what we taught people, “You’re a victim; genes control your life; you didn’t pick them and you can’t change them; the genes you end up with program what’s going to happen.” But experiments on stem cells which I started in 1967 –I’d isolate one stem cell and put it in a Petri dish and then it would divide every ten hours –so I took all of the cells and split them up in 3 Petri dishes. Then, I changed the growth medium –the constituents of the environment– in each of the three dishes. In one dish the cells formed bone. In the second dish they formed muscle and in the third dish they formed fat cells. What controlled the fate of a cell? The first thing you have to say is “wait, they were all genetically identical when they were put in the dish, so obviously the genes didn’t control it because they all had the same genes!” What was different was the environment, and all of a sudden in my career I said “Oh my gosh, here I am teaching [that] genes control life and the cells are telling me that genes respond to life”. And since you can control the response, you can control your life. It’s how you read the environment; how your mind perceives the environment. And if you understand this you can lead yourself to the most wonderful expression on this planet –to be fully alive and fully healthy, by just how you respond to the world.” 
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Sounds lovely, doesn’t it? I watched the film twice so as not to miss which were the shining moments and which were doubtful. The thing about a brilliant creation is that you are placed within it’s light at the time of perception: it not only illuminates the moment but it shines the way ahead –the way the conceptualist has lit the path. Many other paths have to be ignored in the meantime, though I clearly liked this film and the bottom-line message of taking responsibility, delivered right off the top.
The biology news seems troubled, however. Humans beings universally possess the ability to synthesize ‘lactase’, therefore this mechanism is already within us, albeit in a dysfunctional state for the lactose intolerant. It ‘s a far cry for you to whip up an entirely new mechanism than it is to “fix” a broken one. Stem cells have already been noted to be unique –if all our cells were stem cells than I suppose we could be anything we “wanted” to be provided we understood exactly what kind of environment was needed… http://stemcells.nih.gov/StemCells/Templates/StemCellContentPage.aspx?NRMODE=Published&NRNODEGUID={A604DCCE-2E5F-4395-8954-FCE1C05BECED}&NRORIGINALURL=%2Finfo%2Ffaqs.asp&NRCACHEHINT=NoModifyGuest
Other issues raised in the film:
 regarding Maritime Law: http://www.commonlawvenue.net/main/MSL.htm applied to debts, and more generally to ideology and constitutions http://www.detaxcanada.org/cmlaw1.htm

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