Friday, June 11, 2010


I've developed an new understanding of the vocalization manifestation technique. I read a series of articles on the Uncommon Descent Intelligent Design blog about Fourier Space and Fourier Transforms, and about how the conceptualization of ideas can be seen as a local space-time conversion of eternal forms (or divine truths, or transdendent themes) into particular physical existences which have meaning in one's current context.

Our intention can be imagined as a device that finds the symbolic representation of the eternal form we wish to manifest (joy, love, health, wisdom, wealth) and our postitive thinking/realization techniques of visualization and vocalization as a fourier transform which translates the abstract form from the divine realm into a specific, realized form here in the mortal experience.

Expressing this interpretation vocally directly projects the transform into the world via soundwaves, while imagining the words or visualizing them cascades the transform through one's body and of course then vibrates out into the world - but, it seems to me, that both writing and vocalizing one's intention more formally propagates this intention into the physical realm.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010


First, to define intention. Intention for the purposes of this thread is not "choice" or "decision" or "deliberation"; it is that which precedes those things. Decisions, choices, and deliberations are propelled from intent towards the goal of the intent, whether or not one is consciously aware of the nature of the intent. Intent creates both individuated self and the world, thought and reaction, interpretation and influence.

Intent is the demiurge and localizes in specific entities as specific "stories" or chains of events that reveal the nature of that particular aspect of the divine intention. One cannot "experience" the demiurge in the same sense that they can experience other things, because intent creates experience. Intent is revealed by how it arranges patterns of self and other in order to achieve a certain quality of experience.

Intention created the universe, time, physical laws and materials out of quantum potential. It is primoridal. Before one makes any decision, there is a long pattern of intent on how decisions are arrived at; before one makes a choice, there is a long pattern of intention; why are certain choices being made? Why is information interpreted a certain way? Why do we react the ways we do? It all boils down to intention; what are the fundamental intentions we have that drive every aspect of our lives? In some cases it is efficiency; in others it is pain and disappointment; others intend to find and serve truths; others live to cause harm to others. When we look around, the psychology of others and what drives them is fairly plain in most cases; their story revolves around what are usually very simple, deeply-embedded intentions that they are generally not even aware of. They are nothing more than actors driven by some other intent, by the script within.

At a more physical and apparent level, one need look no further to see the power of intention than the operation of their own body; without knowing anything whatsoever about muscle or bone tensile strengths or biology, or how to convert chemicals into bio-electric impulses that fire in absolute precision; without any functioning knowledge of billions of necessary chemical sequences necessary to, say, play basketball, we can do so simply by intending it.

Simply by intending it, with no understanding of how memory or the brain works, without any functioning knowledge of the involved physics and natural laws, inertia, gravity, trajectory, surface tensions and kinetic force interactions, somply by "practicing" or "intending to get better" we can simultaneously control what is, from the cellular perspective, a universe of complex interacting chemicals and cells we are entirely oblivious to - our inner body, and fluidly dribble and pass the basketball and make shots that drop through a very narrow hoop from 15-20 feet away, keeping in mind all of the other bodies on the floor.

Think of all the planck-distance quantum phase-changes necessary to accomplish this task. At the subatomic level, it is the same as watching a universe dance in an intelligent design. What is it that is driving such sequences of quantum leaps and jumps as chemical binding sites interact and adhere? At this level there is no "motion", there are only subatomic quanta disappearing from one planck-distance location and reappearing at another .. but how? Why? Why do not many things fail every time in the sequence of trillions of planck-distance quantum leaps necessary to perform one dribble, much less play an entire game of basketball? What makes quanta disappear and reappear in the order and direction necessary? They are not bound physically to reappear in the proper space-time location; they could reappear in a host of potential locations and with a host of potential qualities. But, they do not; they order themselves in the sequences and states necessary to accomplish the intended task.

Why should any macro-collection of quanta do anything in particular? They are not bound to appear in any particular pattern for any particular duration of time. What adheres the quanta to patterns that are orderly and predictable? There is no "physical law" that commands a quanta to do one thing or another; physical laws do not govern behaviors of matter, they describe how matter reliably behaves under observation.

Without the observation, there is no "matter", there are only potential locations and states of subatomic quanta. The observer, or the intender, collapses the wave function of quantum potential as specific sequences of locations and values in expected, intended patterns and directions which we then call "physical laws".

Without the intention of the observer, there is no universe, no time, no experience, no physical laws; there is only gray, non-specific potential.

Intention is the fundamental principle of reality.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Cause, Effect & Quantum Observers

The problem with the "everything must have a cause" argument is that it is nonsensical; if so, then we have infinite regress. There is no haven in having "random" quantum fluctuations generating a universe as first cause, because it begs the question of what existed that could produce such random fluctuations, and where it came from. The only logical relief from infinite regress is a cause that was not itself caused, a creator that was not created. Since the physical world exists as a continuance of cause and effect, and evidence supports that it had an origination point, we can conclude that the physical universe was caused by something outside of it. It didn't cause itself; it didn't come from nothing; those are logical absurdities. The only conclusion that is not a logical absurdity is that something outside of or beyond the physical realm caused it - set it in motion.

There is nothing in logic that prevents this scenario, and logic demands this very conclusion from the evidence at hand. Also, logic demands that this creative force not be subject to causation, or else we ultimately face the same problem of infinite regress. Fortunately, since we only know the physical realm to be a habitat of cause and effect, we don't have to assume that anything beyond it is bound by that principle.

Further, what is the experiential and evidenced nature of cause and effect in our realm? It seems that nature is mechanistic and predictable; even animals are largely mechanistic and predictable; many, if not humans are mechanistic and predictable - but many other humans are innovative, surprising, inventive, creative. Their capacity to generate that which nature otherwise cannot is easily noticed by how easy it is to differentiate product of human invention from that of any other natural force or creature on the planet.

Also, our own experimentation with subatomic phenomena indicates that until a conscious observer is attending a measurement, the states of those phenomena remain indeterminant. This is known as the "observer collapse" effect. It has also been shown in delayed choice experiments that the observer can change history by delaying, then changing the method of their measurement. If cause and effect are true, how is it that the observer is determining what it observes in the first place? If our free will intentions are caused by what we experience, how is it that our conscious presence, our intentional structure of the experiment, is determining the structure of what we are experiencing? Second, if we are the result of a time-linear cause and effect, how is it that we can change history via delayed-choice experiments?

The problem with the cause and effect argument is not understanding the cause of cause and effect; the system of apparent time-linear cause and effect must itself be caused by something more fundamental than cause and effect itself; cause and effect is generated by the presence of a conscioius observer; until then, quantum states are in a state of potential, not actuality. We're not talking about subatomic billiard balls that were initially struck at the big bang and all we are witnessing now is how they bounce around; that's atomism. Subatomic phenomena do not behave that way; the evidence shows they are indeterminant until observed; this makes deliberate, conscious observation the only true cause at the existential substrate level.

What appears to us to be cause and effect is simply an arranged cause and effect orchestrated by the method, nature, or perspective of the observing consciousness. If the location and properties of the substrate of our physical existence are not set until observed, then how can we argue that it is those locations and states that cause us to observe them in the first place? This is a logical absurdity. So, not only is materialist (non-free-will) cause and effect logically absurd due to infinite regress, the evidence contradicts it; we have an apparent origin point for the cause and effect properties of our universe in the big bang, and observation of the substrate of our existence - subatomic phenomena - shows that it doesn't have set locations or properties until observed; if we are essentially caused entities, what is causing us if the basic, fundamental elements of our existence don't even have set properties or locations until we observe them?

The evidence and necessary logic clearly indicates that, instead of a bottom-up, linear causation sequence, we must live in a top down, non-linear causation system, where "cause and effect" sequences that we observe are generated by the presence of conscious observers. In other words, if there was no conscious observer around to collapse any quantum potential locations into actualized states, then there could never be a big bang, because no particular state of the original quantum phenomena cold have been actualized from the potential. From a June 1, 2002 article in Discover Magazine about this:

Eminent physicist John Wheeler says he has only enough time left to work on one idea: that human consciousness shapes not only the present but the past as well.

The argument that "free will" doesn't exist is incoherent in a third way; if one doesn't have true free will as a capacity to deliberately discern true statments, then one has no basis from which to argue. Meaningful arguments require the capacity to make deliberate, independent judgements of truth values. If one is simply "programmed" by accumultaions of prior causation, then they must do, and must say, and must believe whatever they do, say and believe whether it is true or not, and will say it is true and believe it is true whether or not it is true, including believing that utter nonsense is true.

Evidence and logic requires that idealistic free will exists. If not, how are scientists involved in quantum observations "deciding" how to arrange their experiments, if the substrate underneath the state of our own brains and bodies is of indeterminant properties until observed and measured? What is "causing" anything to happen when nothing is in any actual state until an observer is present?

However, if an entity is nothing more than a programmed biological automoton - i.e., a non-free will system that is being "collapsed" into a state by some other entity with free will - then they are capable of believing and saying all sorts of irrational nonsense, which is why I don't think that all human beings have free will; I think a substantial portion of humans are simply non-free-will phenomena collapsed into their rather nonsensical state by actual observer, still arguing atomist principles that the big bang was the striking of a cosmic cue-ball and that everything else is just the effect of molecules and particles bumping around afterward, when that view has long since been discredited by the evidence and quantum theory.

Friday, November 20, 2009

3rd Step: 10-15 Minutes 3-4 Days A Week

Intelligently designing one's reality requires that one spends some time actually designing their reality, instead of just reacting to what occurs. It doesn't take much time to get on your way, just 15 minutes or so a day, 3-4 days a week.

You don't have to make any drastic changes, like quitting your job as an act of faith, nor do you even have to tell anyone what you're doing. All that designing one's reality differently requires to begin with is imagining one's reality differently. Using free will, we can say, imagine, think things as they will be in our new existence; we can see ourselves in love, healthy, financially secure, with a new job, with new friends or old; respected, admired, in a new house, driving a new car.

When you're alone, talk to yourself; tell yourself that you're loved, healthy, successful, wealthy. Imagine people talking to you with respect and admiration; feel it. Evoke emotion, imagine your happiness in such a situation, imagine your joy. All it takes is about 15 minutes, 3-4 times a week. When one exercises physically, all such excercising requires is that same amount of time and you'll notice changes very quickly.

The same is true of altering any aspect of our reality; all it takes is focus for a few minutes on those things that make you happy, make you feel loved and appreciated and make you feel joy in your heart, and you'll quickly notice things happening all around you, and you'll feel yourself changing as well.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Real Cause and Effect

We often feel like we need to "do" something in order to gain a goal; many of us have been taught by well-meaning people that we can't achieve anything just by lying around and dreaming. How ironic that this is exactly how things actually "get done" in the intentional universe.

Well, we don't want to just "lie around"; enjoying life does take some "doing". What I'm talking about, though, is the compulsion, or the fear, that if you don't do something further, if you aren't always doing something to gain ground on a goal or wish, then nothing is happening. Often, when our intentionalization manifests something, we rightfully focus on that success but then hurry to try and get more success from that source. Sometimes this is generated by a fear that if we don't do something to warrant further success from that source, it will stop, or it will not grow.

Don't forget the true cause of the success by mechanically trying to milk the physical source for more success; the true cause was the intention, not where we see the success coming from physically. That the apparent source worked is not the cause for the success, it too is just an effect; the true cause is your intention efforts.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Bored? Try Something Really Silly

Shut your eyes, flex your muscles, feel the power. Imagine infinite energy running through you. Then, as if you're some kind of super-hero shooting power beam out of your hands, send that energy into the world to re-create and re-manifest it into that which excites and empowers you. Invent a slogan; It's Creatin' Time, or Manifest This! Gesture, spin, hulk out, pose in true super-hero or wizard style! Ham it up!

Instead of being bored, and doing some repetitive task or game to pass the time, use that time - not all of it, just some of it - to create, and to create in a really silly, fun, enjoyable way! It'll put a smile on your face and add emotional power to your creative impulses. Play some theme music, or imagine it. If super-heroes aren't your thing, imagine yourself a master of magic or spiritual energy, with celestial power arching from your extend fingertips into the world, or a faerie or a dragon - the possibilities are endless. Have fun with it!

Monday, November 16, 2009

Can You Enjoy What You Have, But Still Get More?

I think that one of the issues some people have with simply focusing on and enjoying what they already have is that they fear it sends the message that they are satisfied with what they have and where they are, and so their creative power will just keep them their, reinforcing a static feedback loop.

It's interesting how many ways we think that our connection to our divine, creative power is faulty in some way; that it will misunderstand us or trick us, as if it is an evil genie just waiting for us to think the wrong thing so it can pounce on us. This just shows how fearful and mistrusting we can become, how shallow our faith can be. The universe is life and change; no matter how satisfied and joyful you have become with your current state, that joy and satisfaction and happiness will always be ringing the creative bell to bring in new things that resonate with that creative intent.

You don't have to "remember" to manifest new things; new things will manifest on their own; every focus, experience and attention is a direction your creative power uses to generate whatever is coming next.

Afterlife Proven - What Do You Believe?

By any reasonable assessment of the evidence gathered at Victor Zammit's afterlife and paranormal site, the existence of an afterlife has been proven. The evidence indicates that when people die - regardless of beliefs - they simply transition to a different experience, and can interact with those still living.

What do you believe? Why do you believe it? Do you choose to believe that you are an immortal entity that is creating experience scenarios? Or do you believe you are a physical entity that will cease to exist when you die? If we cannot choose what we believe, we cannot create anything other than what our system of how we arrive at beliefs dictates. If we cannot choose what we believe, then our lives become nothing more than the programmed output of a system of belief we did not even purposefully create.

Believe what you wish to believe; not what you must. You are a free will entity, and are not consigned to mechanically thinking and believing as some program code dictates - even if that code is logic, science, reason, or some monolithic cultural norm.