“Nothing happens until something moves.” ~Albert Einstein
We create our world with feelings and emotions. Our thoughts only give creation direction. Thought is the mind in motion, but without the heart, the mind cannot form a circuit. The heart is energy in motion, and subsequently it is where the word “emotion” originates. The word “emotion” is a derivative of the French word “emouvoir,” which means “move” and also derives from the Latin word “motus anima” which means “movement of spirit.” I translate that to “movement of the ethereal substance” by not forming a circuit of the mind and the heart, is what we call “daydreaming.”
“Your vision will become clear only when you look in your heart. Who looks outside dreams, who looks inside, awakens.” ~Carl Gustav Jung
The heart in synchronization with the mind sets the ethereal substance in motion with the direction of our conscious mind (the brain) and majority with our subconscious mind (the solar plexus) for the purpose of creation of all that we experience and all that exists.
The solar plexus gets its name from its similarities to the sun. The solar plexus generates the energy of life also known as Chi energy in China, which means “energy flow” and in Hindu yogi means “life force.” The solar plexus is a source of energy and light, which is not visible to the naked eye. With the heart functioning as an electromagnetic generator like the sun, our electromagnetism holds people, circumstances and events in programed cycles and patterns, in order to give us our life experiences. This is just like the sun holds its planets in orbit through gravitation. It is the electromagnetism in our hearts that is responsible for people that fall in or out of any kind of relationship. We are individually a microcosm of our solar system.
“Gravitation cannot be held responsible for people falling in love.” ~Albert Einstein
The solar plexus is the link between the brain and the heart, it is the organ of our subconscious mind. Located behind the stomach which is responsible for our autonomic system, the solar plexus is rich in ganglia and interconnected neurons. It controls adrenaline, intestinal contraction and the functions of our hearts and lungs. This is where we feel “the butterflies” sensation in the pit of the stomach, or as some would say “the gut feeling.”
Memory of emotion
The solar plexus holds the memory of emotion of good and bad. Most of this memory is formed in our infancy to about the age of seven, but continues throughout our lives. This process is subconscious programming, which is why life is about inclusion and not about exclusion. What ever we give our attention to, we are asking for! We add to our lives by the programming process of our subconscious. Our subconscious will recreate the same pattern of emotions, but in different experiences. We have all heard people say, “Why does this keep happening to me?” Or “I didn’t do anything for this to happen!” The reoccurring pattern is due to our subconscious addiction to our reality and our emotions. This is where we live our subconscious lives aimlessly and randomly. We have magnetized ourselves throughout our lives to those emotions without really being aware of what we’ve been doing to ourselves. It is easy to take acknowledgement for the “good” things we experience without even knowing how they came to be, but not as easy to take responsibility for the “bad” things we experience. Our subconscious creates both polarities without question, that is why there is no such thing as a “coincidence.” This is also where “luck” and “superstition” reside. We become our own solar system of people, circumstances and events, which is what we call reality and experience.
“What things soever you desire, when you pray, believe that you receive them and you shall have them.” ~Jesus of Nazareth
Creation from the Solar Plexus
As said before, our hearts and solar plexus are electromagnetic generators from which the ethereal substance responds to. This can have an effect on already existing matter (people or things) or causes things to be created or recreated from the formless ethereal substance. Then it comes into existence through the natural avenues of growth, this is (in theory) the science behind miracles. This is where healing is possible since we are also made from the same ethereal substance of the universe. We don’t need to acquire this power, we already possess it, we just need to be made conscious of it. It is in the human capacity to think and feel emotion that makes him/her a creator rather than just another creature of earth.
“Miracles are not contrary to nature, but only contrary to what we know about nature.” ~Saint Augustine
The transmutation of matter is commonly found in alchemy, as this is a form of mental alchemy powered by our hearts.
“The alchemists in their search for gold discovered many other things of greater value.” ~Schopenhauer
In the next blog post I will describe the “ethereal substance.” Until then, “open your mind.”