The Sonic Heart Brain Resonance Pattern: Proof of Our Power to Create Peace

This is about the Alpha and the Omega, the coherence in mind to reach full capacity to see clear. Like someone in Germany translated it into the “Awakening the Valkyrie” what coincidence with my second teacher that work within this level. You cannot change the world with a mudded mind structure that disturb all decisions with it’s limited background. It’s our heritage to awaken to the full spectrum.


by Christina Sarich,


In this chaotic, cabal-driven world, what can we do to affect change? This is no prosaic question. It is not the hackneyed, predictable call of the flower child, or the exclusive right of the Harvard graduate in neuroscience. While the .01 percent will have us believe there is nothing we can do to make this world a better place, scientific evidence proves that peace is not only possible, but palpably, physically easy to manifest.


Itzhak Bentov was a Czech born (1923) scientist, inventor, and mystic. He started out by selling his devices to the medical industry, but later became fascinated with the body and the secrets held within it, which the medical paradigms of his time (and even now) are completely ignorant of. His creation of a cardiac catheter helped create the biomedical engineering industry, but this was a miniscule accomplishment compared to what he would eventually add to the understanding of consciousness and our power to create peace. He wrote about these ideas extensively in Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On the Mechanics of Consciousness, and it has been one of my favorite books, that I return to time and time again for inspiration and insight.




Bentov was so curious about how the brain worked, especially when he was meditating, that he attached electrodes to his own head that were connected to a function generator. He would ‘play’ with different brain waves, and observe his own state when they were created. In time, Bentov found a curious connection between how the brain and heart behaved when he focused on loving, kind thoughts toward himself, the planet, or a specific individual. He discovered that the body was an electromagnetic, acoustical instrument that could create peace at will. This was not a woo-woo scientific theory meant for the dustbin of history, but an idea which has been corroborated by the work of Joseph Chilton Pearce, of the Heart Math Institute and detailed in his book, “The Biology of Transcendence: A Blueprint of the Human Spirit” which provides additional information on heart-brain coherence. Numerous others have since added to Bentov’s observations.


The heart is in fact its own ‘brain’ with an enormous electromagnetic field, consisting of a high percentage of neural cells, and which also produces hormones. This intelligent system is part of the heart’s method of transducing infinite non-physical light into electromagnetic fields, which are converted into electrochemical signals through the nerves and hormones.[1]




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Itzhak Bentov, and researchers at the Heart Math Institute alike have found that the heart sends out coherent energy patterns to the rest of the body, including the organs, the tissues, and even the brain when we focus on love and peace.[2] As Dr. Richard Gerber points out, a new system is hypothesized as far as how the body communicates to itself, and to others:


“The coherent energy pattern of the heart center during moments of love apparently has the ability to influence energetic events of the body, as well as the potential to influence distant events . . . “loving meditators” with increased heart-rhythm coherence had the ability to voluntarily affect the winding and unwinding patterns of DNA in a test tube. They could do so whether the test tube was in the room with them or at a distance of one half-mile!”


It is perhaps this same phenomenon, this power of the heart, and mind connection – that is focus, and love – which accounts for the Maharishi Effect.


“The achievement of this very simple, very effortless formula will be to transform the society for all good. This is the achievement of this scientific age – that a simple formula has come along whereby a small group of 7,000 in one place will maintain the sunshine of the Age of Enlightenment for all times.” ~ Maharishi


If, in fact, a relatively small number of us (7000 at anyone time) can affect change over a half-mile away, and our hearts create an energetic field of love and peace as evidenced by Bentov, et al., then we have the power to change this planet, undeniably. Is this why the whistleblower, Corey Goode, is delivering a similar message from supposed benevolent beings from another density? If just 51% of us focus on loving, peaceful thoughts, we ostensibly can change the vibration of this planet. No matter where his message comes from, it is not without immense scientific merit.








[2] Gerber, Richard, M.D., Vibrational Medicine. Third Edition, Bear & Company. Rochester, Vermont, ISBN 1-879181-58-4. Page 528.


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Christina Sarich is a musician, yogi, humanitarian and freelance writer who channels many hours of studying Lao Tzu, Paramahansa Yogananda, Rob Brezny, Miles Davis, and Tom Robbins into interesting tidbits to help you Wake up Your Sleepy Little Head, and *See the Big Picture*. Her blog is Yoga for the New World . Her latest book is Pharma Sutra: Healing The Body And Mind Through The Art Of Yoga.



Open-Minded People Have A Different Visual Perception Of Reality

This is about coherence of the mind, if the parts work together in cooperation the perception is different. The article points to simple tests you use to exercise coherence, for example the chartres board what will show you 3 rows of symbols with a violet one in the midst. Hemisync is so much more, it’s the combined wave of coherence when running the so called alien mind. Where the term alien was used to show the difference to the mass of left minded thinkers.

Psychologists have only begun to unravel the concept of “personality,” that all-important but nebulous feature of individual identity. Recent studies suggest that personality traits don’t simply affect your outlook on life, but the way you perceive reality.

One study published earlier this year in the Journal of Research in Personality goes so far as to suggest that openness to experience changes what people see in the world. It makes them more likely to experience certain visual perceptions.

In the study, researchers from the University of Melbourne in Australia recruited 123 volunteers and gave them the big five personality test, which measures extroversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, neuroticism, and openness to experience. That last personality trait involves creativity, imagination, and a willingness to try new things.

They then tested who experienced a visual perception phenomenon called “binocular rivalry.” This phenomenon occurs when each eye is shown a different image—in this case, a red patch in one eye and a green patch to another.

Most people switch back and forwards between the two incompatible images, as the brain can only perceive one at a time. But some people merge the two images into a unified red-green patch. Participants who scored higher on openness were more likely to perceive this combined image.

This makes sense, according to the researchers, because openness to new experiences is linked with creativity. In an article on their results in The Conversation, they write that the ability to combine two images seems “like a ‘creative’ solution to the problem presented by the two incompatible stimuli.”

Anna Antinori lead author of the study, explains that we’re constantly filtering out what sensory information to focus on. For example, you might well be subconsciously ignoring the noise around you or the feeling of a chair against your back.


And this then determines what we perceive. “The ‘gate’ that lets through the information that reaches consciousness may have a different level of flexibility,” she says. “Open people appear to have a more flexible gate and let through more information than the average person.”

This isn’t the only study that connects personality with perception. As the researchers note in The Conversation, an earlier study shows that those who score high in openness are less likely to experience “inattentional blindness.”

This visual phenomenon occurs when people are focusing so hard on one feature of a scene that they completely fail to notice something entirely obvious—such as in the video below.

Around half of people are so busy watching ball-passes that they miss the man in a gorilla costume.

Though the research suggests that personality affects the way we filter conscious experience, it’s not clear exactly how this process works. The authors speculate that overlapping neurochemicals in the brain may link perception to personality. “Thus the abundance of the same neurochemical, or lack thereof, may affect both one’s personality and low-level vision,” adds Antinori.

There is also evidence to suggest that personality traits aren’t fixed. One study has shown that meditation can affect binocular rivalry, and training can make people more open to new experiences. Then there’s research that shows psilocybin (the key ingredient in magic mushrooms) makes people more open.

But while studies show that personality can shift over time, there’s currently little research on whether perception also changes to correspond with new personality traits. But given the above cited evidence that meditation can shift perception, Antinori believes the way we see the world may well change in line with personality. “It may be possible that a change in people’s personality may also affect how they see the world,” she says.

The mechanics behind how personality is formed—and the effects it has—are still unknown. But mounting evidence suggests that our personalities are affecting our experience of the world in more ways than we realize.

by Olivia Goldhill


Dylan is a 32-year-old surfer from California. He traveled the world, rode the waves and learned the universal concept of oneness. He is a vegan for over a decade and, literally, wouldn’t hurt a fly. He was reunited with his twin soul in Greece, where they got married and settled… for now. Dylan is a staff writer for and teaches surfing to children.


The 3 Most Pressing Dilemmas of the Awakened Mind

Short foreword for this article: What is most misunderstood is the state of flow, what means that all informations pass and you will recognize them. But guess right not in old mind thought method, in flow you recognize them and can pick up what’s from interest. So here is an article about the change time, when you cannot let go the thinking mind to try processing all the stuff. It cannot, because the amount of data is somewhat huge and pass in zero time. Knowing is impressive different from the thinking model, that is limited in all angles and primary problem to mangle creator gods into slaves.

Informations will come over you in block methods, same like telepathy channel blocks of information to you. If someone channels an entity, he / she will write or speak the information blocks. That’s why there is no ehm inside, it’s a constant flow with buffer. What’s all incompatible to a 40 bit thinking process in words.


By Dylan Charles

It used to be easy to hold hostage the consciousness of humankind. The information which wove together societies was monolithic, disseminated by church and state. Understanding the world beyond one’s personal sphere of experience was limited to the assimilation of those perspectives. While evolutionary progress was slow in that paradigm, over time, small advances grew into sweeping changes, and the future is now upon us.

Today, we are wide awake in the age of atomization. A time when knowledge, wisdom, truth, trust, hope and faith have splintered into an infinite sea of preferences, all instantly available to all. An awakening has already happened, but now we’re confronted with the great challenge of deciding what to do with it.

Because of this, the awakened mind is not necessarily a mind at ease, nor at peace. This quandary is more unsettling than that of the sleepwalker. Shallow forms of bliss just won’t do, but now free of the bondage of ignorance, we are lost in opportunity, drowning in unrealized potential.

In the journey from asleep to awake we were possessed by a need for information, for light shone on darkness, but this phase must come to an end, lest our evolution stalls. We have to somehow go from awakened to actualized, along the way facing a new set of emergent challenges.

These puzzles are the pitfalls in our search for meaning in an evermore intensifying environment. Each of the three dilemmas noted below hinge upon the other two; they are not independent of one another. There exists a natural synergy and symbiosis between them, which must be honored. The decisions we make in each of these arenas will determine which paths become open to us in the other arenas.

For your consideration, what follows are the three most pressing dilemmas of the awakened mind.

1.) What do we choose to include in our awareness?

In very practical terms, when immersed in such total information awareness, as we are today, we must consciously or unconsciously choose what information and which ideas to consume. The choices span the entire spectrum of human possibility, from the darkest blackness of the human soul to the most shimmering golden light of infinite consciousness. We are exposed to all ranges of vibration. Choose we must.

There is a paradox at play here, though. In large part, the information which jolted us out of contemporary consciousness is fundamentally of lower vibration. It had to be that way. Total seriousness and gravity were required to brutally force our eyes open, to wake us up.

But continuing to feed on the darkness only draws us into a different trap. We can be wide awake while helplessly drowning in the abyss of base-level consciousness. As tantalizing and sensational as it is, this level of consciousness is heavy, always working to pull us under.


How much violence, brutality, murder, inhumanity and psychopathy can we look at? How much spiritual pornography can we safely consume? How long can we simmer in the mainline narratives before all progress is lost and we find ourselves stuck in yet another cage?

2.) How will we choose to communicate our awareness?

Just a short time ago, loneliness was the dilemma of the awakening mind. Yet now, so many are awake to some degree. With technology has come such tremendous freedom of communication, but it’s too much to process. To survive we take shelter on islands of comprehension, stranding ourselves with others of identical perspective. We are splintering into tribes rather than uniting as a cohesive human family.

In such a cacophony of competing voices, opinions and perspectives, all of which lay claim to the high ground of the awakened, we are confronted with the dilemma of how we share our perspectives and how we translate those of others. Do we insist that our understanding is final, and demand assimilation? Do we assume certainty and put on a confidence game of defending the information we like best? Do we get dogmatic, insisting that our truth is the only acceptable truth? Do we bludgeon others with self-righteousness?

Now that we know what we know, we have the choice of becoming repeaters of information, or craftsmen of a new story.

3.) What action will we take to honor this awareness?

Choosing to remain stuck in an endless spiral of negative information paralyses is a form of self-imposed psychosis. Nothing is gained if the awakened mind maroons itself on the island of perpetual study and looping examination.

This is resistance to the act of doing what is needed to experience the ideals which have motivated and inspired the awakening. At some point it becomes imperative to declare ourselves aware enough already, then find ways to take action toward the fulfillment of a purpose grander than the task of waking up.

There is infinite possibility in what actions an individual can take to accelerate the drive towards actualization, in both personal and communal terms. Any push toward action, though, great or meager, is honorable, for the body just needs to be set in motion, so it can stay in motion and then gain momentum.

To honor the progress we’ve made in exposing our condition it’s now necessary to accept the call to action. It’s time to actually create the world we wish to see manifest.

Final Thoughts

We find ourselves at the outer limits of the awakening. Can we exploit the momentum we’ve created which has gotten us this far, or will we return to the cave of delusion we came from? Choices.

Dylan Charles is a student and teacher of Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi and Qi Gong, a practitioner of Yoga and Taoist arts, and an activist and idealist passionately engaged in the struggle for a more sustainable and just world for future generations. He is the editor of, the proprietor of, a grateful father and a man who seeks to enlighten others with the power of inspiring information and action. He may be contacted at


This article (The 3 Most Pressing Dilemmas of the Awakened Mind) was originally published on Waking Times and syndicated by The Event Chronicle.


Carbon copy A.I.

The Westworld series has shown us a world with A.I. robots servings humans struggle and aggression for money. But who really has followed the storyline, had heard the method they gave the machines trauma, emotional stress to weird behavior. They did the same like the Annunaki to humans, to give us higher functions and a trick to shut the most of these functions down for better control reasons.

The placed a routine that speak their thoughts in own voice into the head. A consciousness limiter that pick up fragments of the whole and re-insert it as feedback loop and limiter. What will they place into the car A.I. that will drive your car?