Love, Creation and Morphic Resonance – The Formula for All Matters in The Love Hologram

Ancient Science, Spiritual Perspectives / Monday, December 7th, 2015

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By Melissa Joy Jonsson

Guest Writer for Wake Up World

“Given how sensitive these subtle fields are to our thoughts, we must be very careful when trying to form set ideas about their organization and structure. What we believe about them may in fact help mold and create their structure.” ~ Michael Talbot, Holographic Universe

If the universe is a hologram, and we too are holographic in nature, how might the universal hologram organize itself? How does this hologram project from the quantum potential of the implicate order into the observable explicate reality? Furthermore, practically speaking, how do we as holographic reflections of the universe project intentions and desires into actualized manifestations and experiences?

We have seen that matter is a series of intersecting waves that conjugate, or share information, based on similarity. However, that does not answer how such similar waves eventually form distinct expressions of matter and life with varying characteristics. How does a standing wave become a chicken, and how come the chicken wave doesn’t accidentally cross wave paths with another wave that is somewhat similar but may be destined to be a grape?

The answers seems to be in the information that is communicated through complex organizing, ordered fields that function like information superhighways, sending signals to and from every living organism.

Love’s Blueprint: The Discovery of L-Fields Forms a Theory

Dr. Harold Saxton Burr, PhD, and E. K. Hunt, Professor Emeritus of anatomy at Yale University School of Medicine, discovered that all living things are controlled and molded by electrodynamic fields, which can be measured and mapped with standard voltmeters. Burr called these fields of life, or L-fields for short. He maintained that L-fields are the basic blueprint for all life on this planet. From 1916 to the late 1950s, Burr published more than ninety-three scientific papers.

In his seminal book Blueprint for Immortality, published in 1972, Burr provides an analogy for understanding what he felt were ubiquitous L-fields:

Electro-dynamic fields are invisible and intangible; and it is hard to visual- ize them. But a crude analogy may help to show what the fields of life—L- fields for short—do and why they are so important. Most people who have taken high school science will remember that if iron filings are scattered on a card held over a magnet, they will arrange themselves in the pattern of the “lines of force” of the magnet’s field. And if the filings are thrown away and fresh ones scattered on the card, the new filings will assume the same pattern as the old. Something like this happens in the human body. Its molecules and cells are constantly being torn apart and rebuilt with fresh material from the food we eat. But, thanks to the controlling L-fields, the new molecules and cells are rebuilt as before and arrange themselves in the same pattern as the old ones.

According to Burr, the electrodynamic field serves as a signpost for the conditions of organisms. He also highlighted the impact that state of mind has on the state of the individual electrodynamic field. He was astute to suggest that we should not be so ready to dismiss miseries as being in the imagination. Emotion as a faction of thought showed a definite impact on the volt- meter. Emotions (thoughts with a charge) evoked the same energy on the voltmeter as physical stimuli!

A–Z Fields of Information

Philosopher and systems theorist Ervin Laszlo, PhD, also developed a relevant, groundbreaking theory that integrates scientific discoveries with knowledge from spiritual traditions. Laszlo theorized that there is a universal field, also known as the Zero-point field (ZPF), discovered in physics, that is the foundation for all of physical reality. This field bears striking resemblance to the Akashic field. He calls this “combined field of the ZPF and Akashic Field” the A-field.

This field is strikingly similar to Bohm’s quantum potential, which was discussed in the article Love Waves In Our Hologram.

According to Laszlo, the A-field (Akashic field similar to Zero-point field) informs all things with all other things that follows as the simplest and most meaningful explanation of the non-locality and entanglement we have encountered in physics and in cosmology, as well as on consciousness and research.[28]

Laszlo describes this informational field as follows:

The A-field conveys the most direct, intense, and therefore evident information between things that are closely similar to one another (isomorphic—have the same basic form). This is because the A-field is created by superposed vacuum wave–interference patterns that are equivalent to holograms. We know that in a hologram every element meshes with isomorphic elements: with those that are similar to it. Scientists call meshing “conjugation” a holographic pattern to conjugate with similar patterns in any assortment of patterns, however vast. [29]

According to Laszlo, the A-field contains all the information necessary to create and sustain the universe as we know it, a universe that is not separate from the sea of information from which it arises. What matters is the information. Information is what gives wave patterns form.

Laszlo encouraged the curious among us to consider:

The informed universe is a world of subtle, but constant interconnection, a world where everything informs—acts on and interacts with—everything else. This world merits further acquaintance. We should apprehend it with our heart as well as our brain. [30]

On the Hunt for Information in the Scalar Wave

Healing is more than light. Healing is found in the torsion fields of information that connect everything; torsion fields of love, spinning as grace. ~ Melissa Joy

Additional evidence that reality is a result of resonance with intersecting waves of information stems from research conducted by Dr. Valerie Hunt, prominent scientist, author, lecturer, and Professor Emeritus of physiological science at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Dr. Hunt is best known for her pioneering research in the field of bioenergy, which she conducted over the course of more than forty years. Hunt developed scientific tools to measure the relationship between energy field disturbances, disease, emotional pathologies, human field communication, and the energy spectrum of consciousness.

According to Dr. Hunt, when field patterns became more healthy or coherent, the systems in the body will follow. However, after twenty-eight years of research, Hunt was mystified in that she realized electromagnetic fields could not adequately explain the mystery behind people healing. Inspired by the work of Lieutenant Colonel Tom Bearden, a pioneer in the understanding and application of the use of scalar wave (torsion field) energy, Valerie Hunt was seeking additional insight to understand the mysterious force behind energy that heals.

Hunt introduces her initial understanding of the relationship between scalar waves and the electromagnetic field of the body in her essay “Bioscalar Energy: The Healing”:

The term “scalar” was used by Nikola Tesla at the end of the last century as a part of powerful non-Hertzian energy (without frequencies) which he referred to as cosmic waves. Einstein gave reference to the scalar energies in the 1920s. Yet even today modern physics textbooks and scholarly publications do not mention scalar energies. This is understandable.

The electromagnetism that we know so much about has frequencies, wave action and motion that we can measure. Scalar energy is described to have zero frequencies, to be static, a stationary energy which therefore cannot be evaluated by our current frequency instruments. We do know how to create this energy but only its effects tell us that it exists in space and has power. [31]

In other words, traditional mainstream science has allegedly dismissed the existence of scalar wave energy (torsion fields) simply because current measurement tools are based on electromagnetic frequencies, action, and motion, and these measurement tools cannot seem to measure scalar or torsion waves. The prevailing scientific paradigm seems to be that which is not measurable must not exist.

However, more than four thousand papers have been published on “torsion fields” by more than 150 teams of scientists in the past 120 years, describing what a torsion field is, what function it performs, how it works, and where it may be located. Despite this fact, widespread scientific knowledge of this critical, fundamental aspect of physics and biology has been almost completely excluded from the world of academic scientists and mainstream research institutions. [32]

It is interesting and curious to ponder the reasons why the science of torsion fields might be suppressed. Hunt continues to explain the difference between electromagnetic energy and scalar fields:

Electromagnetic energy is the most plentiful constant energy of our universe. It is a part of all structures living and dead, and the atmosphere. We create electromagnetic energies in the atoms of our living cells, which we enhance by the reaction with the atmospheric energy field. We know this expanded energy field as the human aura. Without this biofield life would not exist and there would be only an inner biochemical mix. To summarize, the bioenergy field is composed of electrical and mechanical energy (frequencies). [33]

Recently another form of electromagnetism that is organized into a different pattern has been discovered. It is no longer a wave but is changed to a standing or stationary energy. In physics this is called a scalar wave. When it exists inside the body it is called a bio-scalar wave. This scalar energy does not flow like waves but it does occupy space and increases in spatial mass. When the space it occupies is sufficient (this varies with people), the energy expands outward in circles of energy, like ripples in a pond. [34]

Like ripples in a pond, this swirling energy bears a striking resemblance to the image of a hologram before a laser beam is shone upon it. Like ripples in a pond, our experience of reality depends on our laser beam of perspective to make sense of the images we observe.

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