Tonight I was watching this video of Dr. Amit Goswami – The Quantum Activist. I invite all of you to watch it. I noticed that lately a lot of physicists, especially theoretical physicists are stepping out and present their theories about consciousness, subtle energies and God. Maybe is because this quantum stuff allows them to explain things scientifically. As it is described on his website, “Dr. Goswami is a revolutionary in a growing body of renegade scientists who in recent years have ventured into the domain of the spiritual in an attempt both to interpret the seemingly inexplicable findings of their experiments… and to validate their intuitions about the existence of a spiritual dimension of life.”
Dr. Goswami is bringing out the idea of changing ourselves and our societies in accordance with the principles of quantum physics. At one point in the documentary he gives the examples of the great non-violent revolutions that took place in the twentieth century – revolutions led by Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr, or Nelson Mandela. And he is suggesting that we all must begin to change the way we feel and think about others and the world, in mass, and then, through the principles of quantum physics, the morphogenetic fields of our physical structures are going to change and new brain circuits will develop, which will lead to new behaviors, positive ones.
This thought led me to Stephan Hessel’s “Cry Out!” manifesto. Definitely a huge success, the little book written by Mr. Hessel also cries for peaceful and non-violent insurrection, although the title, especially the original one, “Indignez vous!”, seems a little more aggressive if we look at what “to indignate” means – an inside rebelion mixed with bitterness, anger and contempt aroused by something unjust or unworthy.
Now, if we look at Dr. Hawkins’ levels of consciousness, we find that all these three emotions are anger driven and are situated on the upper levels of the negative field. All it takes to transform them into positive energies is the courage to aknowledge them and to make some changes – inside and outside.
We all know the famous Gandhi quote – “You must be the change you want to see in the world”. Here is another beautiful one: “Always aim at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at purifying your thoughts and everything will be well.”