Self-Realisation Through Self-Talk in Radiesthesia

January 1, 2018 | Author: Philippe L. De Coster | Category: Stephen Hawking, New Thought, Cognitive Science, Psychology & Cognitive Science, Psychological Concepts
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Self-Realisation through Positive Self-Talk in Radiesthesia We live in an infinite universe with unimaginable beauty, intrigue and mystery everywhere around us. Our minds and bodies were designed with unlimited possibilities for achieving great things. Life desires for each and every one of us to live our lives to the fullest. Yet why is it that so few of us do so? Radiesthesia and Self-Talk gives you the tools and techniques that build a bridge from where you are now, to where you wish to be. Meditation, SelfTalk and finally Radiesthesia seek to assist you in unlocking the raw power and potential that is at your fingertips, waiting to be called upon and put to good use. Remove the blockages that are holding you back from your greatest success. Live life to the fullest where your dreams become reality. Learn how to invest in the lives of other people around you, and Life will open the doors to invest in you as well. We have invested billions in countless new frontiers and resources, but have greatly ignored the most potent resource of all. Learning to effectively inspire and care for one another. All what belong to the science of the mind is truly the Final Frontier. The use of affirmations and positive self-talk is frequently advertised by the self-development industry. However, I find that whilst a lot of people may have heard of their use, they usually don’t know why it’s deemed so important in the pursuit of achieving goals. Everyone engages in self-talk. But much depends on the way we do it. Scientists now find that the right words can free us from our fears and make us as wise about ourselves as we often are about others. Many of us hear about affirmations most when we read about the Law of Attraction theory; I think this can often confuse the matter further for people who are fairly new to the notion of implementing purposeful self-talk. Rather than a simple understanding of just how and why programming our mind for success is so pivotal in the attainment of our goals, there seems to be a belief that by merely uttering those statements, those things will turn up in our life. Perhaps this is the case but as we don’t have enough research to support this notion just yet, we’ll address three other reasons you should use affirmations 2

and positive self-talk to help you to feel happy, in control and ultimately achieve your goals. There are three main reasons why affirmations and positive self-talk work because as someone once said, “Affirmation without discipline is the beginning of delusion.” If your desire for something is strong, and if you're prepared to be diligent and consistent, then the use of self-hypnosis and personal affirmations will show you the way to realization of your goal. By using love affirmations under the right conditions of mental and physical relaxation, you will ultimately find yourself with the partner of your dreams. You may stumble here and there along the way, and you may have to kiss a few frogs first, but under the subtle guidance of your subconscious mind you'll get there. That guidance from the subconscious can be accessed through hypnosis. In many cases people find that absorbing suggestions from a hypnosis download on a pc or mp3 brings results more quickly and easily than by repeating affirmations, but nevertheless daily affirmations can and do eventually work. Scientists studying the inner voice say it takes shape in early childhood and persists lifelong as companion and creative muse. It is so intimate, so constant, says British psychologist Charles Fernyhough1, that it can be considered thought itself. “When asked by Theaetetus to define thought,” Fernyhough explains, “Socrates replied, ‘The talk which the soul has with itself.’” User beware: This talk may be misused or pushed to extremes, becoming a source of painful rumination or even psychosis. Yet it can also make us detached observers of our own life. Inner talk is one of the most effective, least-utilized tools available to master the psyche and foster success. We all carry on an internal monologue. We all engage in self-talk, maintaining a lifelong stream of consciousness and running commentary about ourselves and the world, much of it silent and in our own private shorthand. It turns out to be important to a broad array of mental processes. Yet much as it can boost self-regulation and unleash cognitive capability, selftalk is not without its dark side. Fernyhough suggests that some glitch in internalization of the toddler’s private speech may underlie auditory Charles Fernyhough is a writer and psychologist. His latest non-fiction book, Pieces of Light: The new science of memory, was shortlisted for the 2013 Royal Society Winton prize for science books. He is also the author of two novels: The Auctioneer (Fourth Estate, 1999) and A Box of Birds (Unbound, 2013). He is a professor of psychology at Durham University. 1


hallucinations in the adult. And people could use the self-distancing of self-talk to actually avoid their emotions, Kross2 notes. But the science of self-talk is just getting under way. There may be specific words, aside from our names, that can take us higher, faster, further. That possibility awaits study. In the meantime, the self-talk we’re already capable of points to the deep roots of language and its power to affect the most primitive parts of the brain, putting a brake on emotions that narrow our possibilities. By teaching people how to self-talk effectively, Ethan Kross says, “We can reach those depths through easy interventions, and that is very important news.”

Radiesthesia and Self-talk or health-giving Radiesthesia is our sense of the magnetic cloud that, which would give oneness destiny through our one Self, as part of the Universe! What is stopping that is our ability to divide our Self into selves with different opinions. This is not a question; it is the answer. The practical application of Radiesthesia is Dowsing or Divination of word seeing image now given, which may be realized by using the veritable signs with simple props to make what we feel, visible in words. Many other variations have been found in history and used before, but, those who would rule by themselves, have used intimidation to secrete the practice with fear and façade, which is self-deception as achieved through religion and occultism. Your job as a teacher maybe, is to show your students how to let go of fear and selfdeception and allow yourself to become one with thy Self in the ultimate unity 2

The pain of a broken heart is real. The Los Angeles Times featured work by ISR researcher Ethan Kross in a Feb. 9, 2013 article about the physical toll of heartbreak. Emotional threats are much like physical ones, the article said, and can stir up the “fight or flight” response intended to protect us from harm. But instead of helping, this physiological response simply adds physical pains to the emotional hurt. The surging adrenaline brought on by a painful breakup, for example, can raise blood pressure, speed up breathing, and cause cramps, nausea, and other digestive problems. In 2011 Ethan Kross studied the brain activity of people who had recently been jilted, and found that the same portions of the brain were activated when participants were reminded of their exes and when they were subjected to an uncomfortable source of heat. “The experience of social rejection may actually have a bodily component to it,” Kross said. “It is more than just a metaphorical feeling of pain around a heartbreak.”


that that allows. Dowsing is the communication from your mind, and is called Radiesthesia. The Mind Exploring Sources are an integration of the works of psychologists and other notable thinkers like Carl Gustaf Jung, Roberto Assagioli, Ken Wilbur, etc., purely scientific.

Making your Self-Talk work for you with Radiesthesia We all hold internal conversations as we go through our days, and sometimes our nights. Psychologists have identified one important type of these inner monologues as “self-talk,” in which you provide opinions and evaluations on what you’re doing as you're doing it. You can think of self-talk as the inner voice equivalent of sports announcers commenting on a player’s successes or failures on the playing field. Unlike that sports competing, you can this is upbeat and However, when the crippling.

commentary, which athletes never hear while they're actually “hear” what your own self-talk is saying. When self-validating, the results can boost your productivity. voice is critical and harsh, the effect can be emotionally

Consider what happens after you’ve done something embarrassing. Does your inner voice say “that was sure stupid”? How about if you haven't even done anything wrong or stupid at all, but your self-talk is just as critical? This destructive type of self-talk causes you to question yourself so constantly that you can soon become paralyzed with doubt and uncertainty. As an example of how destructive self-talk works, consider the following scenario. You’re at a small party hosted by one of your family members when the conversation turns into a debate about the latest episode of a popular TV show as the Flemish “Family” series on VTM. You express an opinion that the others disagree with, and although there’s no facts involved, you feel that you’ve just made a huge faux pas. You hated the episode and everyone else thought it was among the best of all time. The self-talk chatter starts to build in your head: “You should’ve kept your mouth shut. Why can’t you just keep quiet when you disagree with someone? You came across as completely ignorant. They looked at you like you were nuts, etc. etc.” The more you listen to your own selfcriticism, the more you retreat from the actual conversation going on around you. Within a few minutes, you feel so horrible that you just leave the party, running through the whole episode in your mind over and over until you wish you had never even gone to the party in the first place. Let’s turn the situation around now, and imagine the scene but instead, you respond with constructive self-talk. Nothing has changed—you’ve still expressed views that differed from everyone else’s. You thought it was the worst episode of all time, and they thought it was the best. Your self-talk, 5

though, takes the following form: “I’m glad I stuck to my guns.” “I think I expressed myself very clearly.” “It’s just a TV show; so what if I didn’t like it!” In constructive self-talk, you cheer yourself on, focus on the positive aspects of a situation, and allow yourself to feel good about what you’ve done. Researchers studying the thinking patterns of people with clinical levels of depression find that their self-talk tends toward frequently and relentless form of destructive self-talk. However, there were few studies actually examining different outcomes of constructive and dysfunctional self-talk. University of North Carolina Chapel Hill’s Steven Rogelberg3 and colleagues decided to investigate the nature of self-talk among effective and ineffective managers. They defined effective managers as those who showed strong leadership skills and creativity. The experimental task involved having participants write letters to themselves about their plans and accomplishments. The data from this study thus consisted of written examples of self-talk that could then be rated. 189 senior executive managers completed the task, and raters evaluated the extent to which they language they used exemplified constructive or dysfunctional self-talk. Raters also evaluated the extent to which the letters reflected creativity, originality, and leadership skills. Letters rated high in constructive self-talk included statements that fit the criteria of being insightful, thoughtfully constructed, self-reflective, and motivational in nature. The constructive self-talkers, in other words, saw themselves as capable of achieving their desired goals. Here’s one example of constructive self-talk: “You are good at what you do, so you are going to start giving yourself credit—publicly. And the next time someone compliments you on something, do not brush them off before they finish with a quick ‘thank-you’—take it all in.” Raters judged the language used in dysfunctional self-talk as indicating that the manager tended to shy away from challenges instead of facing them, focused on the negative aspects of challenging situations rather than on their positive aspects, and had a pessimistic attitude toward change of any kind.

Dr. Steven G. Rogelberg holds the title of Chancellor’s Professor at UNC Charlotte for distinguished national, international and interdisciplinary contributions. In addition, he serves as Professor of Organizational Science, Management, and Psychology as well as the Director of Organizational Science. He has over 100 publications and over 50 invited speeches/colloquiums addressing issues such as team effectiveness, leadership, engagement, health and employee well-being, meetings at work, and organizational research methods. 3


This was an example of dysfunctional self-talk: “And how’s the mess at the office? Still cancelling appointments or showing up in wrong meetings? Hope you can handle your schedule a little better now…” Also telling were the ways that the managers ended their letters to themselves. The constructive self-talkers concluded on a positive and encouraging note, expressing confidence in their ability to succeed. Letters ending with dysfunctional self-talk concluded with doom and gloom predictions that the manager would never be able to achieve his goals.

What are positive affirmations? This definition is still a little ambiguous so to elaborate, basically positive affirmations, what most people mean by them are positive phrases which you repeat to yourself which describe how you want to be. The theory (we believe it is much more than just a theory!) is that when you first start saying your positive affirmations, they may not be true, but with repetition they sink into your subconscious mind, you really start to believe them, and eventually they become your reality, they become a self-fulfilling prophecy and actually become true. Over time they overwrite any limiting or negative beliefs you may have about yourself or about not being able to do something, and replace them with positive thoughts and beliefs which instil confidence, belief, positivity, ambition and much more. Someone who is perhaps a little shy or un-confident would repeat these affirmations. They would want to change themselves from being shy and introverted to becoming self-confident and more outgoing perhaps, and so they would use positive affirmations and repeat them over and over.. and eventually they would start to sink in – the repetitive, positive self-talk would start to become a self-fulfilling prophecy.. Well in just the same way (but reversed) you can use the power of positive repetition for yourself! Using positive affirmations gives you back control of your mind and the information it receives. It puts you in the driver’s seat of your mind and lets you flood it with positive information which will change you for the better!


One-hundred-fifty Positive Affirmations We truly believe in the power and potential of the human mind and that we have the ability to take positive action towards changing our minds, our beliefs, our behaviour and our lives.

Ray 1 1. Today is the first day of the rest of my life and I will take notice of the many positive things this day has to offer. 2. I am beautiful. 3. I like myself. 4. I like my body. 5. I can feel how beautiful I am. 6. I do not need to respond to my emotions with food. Rather I am in control of my eating habits and eat only when I am hungry. 7. I have the time to exercise and see and feel my body has strength, poise and assurance. 8. I walk with determination and confidence. 9. I can see and feel that I am physically fit. 10.I hold my head high.

Ray 2 11.I am strong physically and mentally and emotionally. 12.Every day, in every way, I am getting better and better. 13.Every failure can be a learning experience. 14.Live in the present moment. 15.I create value in other peoples’ lives. 16.I am always changing. 17.I am worthy of positive relationships in my life. 18.I wish the best for everyone. 19.I learn something new every day. 20.I am genuinely interested in other people.

Ray 3 21.I have many strengths. 22.I don’t worry about the things I can’t control. 23.Listening to my emotions can help guide me to make better decisions. 24.My anxiety is motivation to change or improve. 8

25.I can overcome obstacles in my life. 26.I am a positive role model to others. 27.I will try something different today. 28.Stepping outside of my comfort zone is necessary for growth. 29.People are generally good. 30.I forgive anyone who has hurt me in the past.

Ray 4 31.I have a rich and supportive social circle. 32.What doesn’t kill me only makes me stronger. 33.My past is one big learning experience. 34.I must be the change I wish to see in the world. 35.I will try to be more understanding of others. 36.Depression is just a stepping stone. 37.This too shall pass. 38.I can find happiness in every moment. 39.I’m a proactive problem-solver. 40.When I open my mind and senses, I’m much more creative.

Ray 5 41.I can create my own positive energy. 42.When people get to know me, they really like me. 43.I am just doing it, because I know it’s right. 44.I can see the bigger picture. 45.I see money as a useful tool for helping myself and others. 46.I take small steps every day to be more healthy. 47.I’m dedicated to my passions in life. 48.I have the resources to take care of my family. 49.My negative emotions can serve a positive function. 50.I determine the meaning of my life.

Ray 6 51.Every decision I make helps shape my destiny. 52.No risk, no reward. 53.I remain focused on what matters. 54.I participate in life, I don’t wait for it to happen. 55.I will be more conscious when acting and making decisions. 9

56.I can think rationally and intelligently. 57.I’m dedicated to self-improvement. 58.I treat others with kindness and respect. 59.If I want something I’ve never had, I must do something I’ve never done. 60.I know when to relax and not take life so seriously.

Ray 7 61.Nature doesn’t hurry, yet all is accomplished. 62.I can accept criticism without taking it personally. 63.I love and accept my body the way it is. 64.When I love myself, I allow others to love me too. 65.Most of the limitations in my life are fictional. 66.I narrate the story of my life. 67.I exude purpose and joy. 68.All is well, right here, right now. 69.Today, I open my mind to the endless opportunities surrounding me. 70.I am grateful for the people in my life.

Ray 8 71.I am my own best friend. 72.I can find balance in my life. 73.I am mindful of my health and well-being. 74.I exercise freedom in all aspects of my life. 75.I know when to trust my intuition. 76.I can gain knowledge in anything if I’m willing to learn. 77.I strive to achieve my goals and values in life. 78.I can only give happiness to others once I have found happiness in myself. 79.I’m optimistic about the future. 80.I have all the material luxury I need.

Ray 9 81.I’m thankful for everything in my life. 82.I’m interconnected with everything in the universe on the wings of thought. 83.I’m productive in achieving what I want in life. 84.Small changes on a daily basis lead to big changes over time. 85.Most of the time there is nothing to fear. 86.When life gets tough, I can persist. 10

87.It is easy for me to be in control of my body; both with my eating and exercising habits. 88.I enjoy looking good and feeling healthy. 89.I live a healthy, positive lifestyle. 90.People like me and I like myself and I am happy.

Ray 10 91.I can see how much people like me and how much I like myself. 92.I am loved and supported by people who are important to me. 93.I love and care about others and they know this because I show it to them. 94.I am a loving and caring person 95.I sometimes enjoy being with people and feel good about my interactions. 96.I see myself as beautiful and intelligent and confident and that is how others see me. 97.I have friends who care about me, and I care about them. 98.I feel great as I live with the confidence to be myself and live by my own inner guidance and can interrelate to those around me, without sacrificing my own values, goals and purposeful direction. 99.I have a lot to be proud of. 100. Today I feel good.

Ray 11 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110.

I am happy. I am glad to be alive. I am in control of my life. I have personal power. I am perfectly me. I am the best I can be. I am centred and well-balanced. I have confidence and poise. I live by my positive choices. I accept myself for who I am and I like myself.

Ray 12 111. 112. 113. 114.

I know that I am not perfect and never will be, but I like who I am. I have perseverance. I am intelligent. I make wise choices to the best of my ability. 11

115. I enjoy the process of learning and becoming all that I want to be. 116. I am able to express my emotions in a healthy, positive way. 117. I can do anything I want. 118. I have many options and always make the best decisions I can. 119. I have stability in my life and in myself. 120. I am willing to take the risks necessary to being happy and living the kind of life I have chosen for myself.

Ray 13 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130.

I am moving in a positive direction towards my goals. I have everything I want and need. All that I want and desire is within me to achieve. I have limitless resources and I use those resources for good. There is enough time in the day to do all that I want to do. There is nothing I cannot do or be if I want to. Today I will be calm and confident. I am everything I want to be. I am happy with what I do. Every day is better than the next.

Ray 14 131. My life has purpose 132. There is no one else I would rather be. 133. There is no place else I would rather be. 134. I am in control of my choices and I like them. 135. All that life has to offer me is wonderful and it is my daily choice to enjoy that beauty. 136. There is abundance in the Universe and it is there to help me and I can use it. 137. No matter what the events of the day, the Universe is positive and will always be with me to help me through my choices, and struggles and acts as my inner guidance, direction and purpose and this is something I can always count on. 138. Today is my day. There is no person, nothing, no event or activity that can destroy this day for me. 139. I have the courage to accept the things I cannot change, to make choices to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference. 140. There is no limit to what I can do today, to what I can be, to the attitude I can possess. 12

Ray 15 141. Today is the first day of rest of my life and I will take notice of the many positive things this day has to offer. 142. I am myself when I’m with my friends. 143. I am always open to making new friends. 144. I am the go-to person for remembering things. 145. I am completely dedicated to acquiring more money. 146. I am totally focused on achieving financial success. 147. I am attracting large amounts of money into my life. 148. I believe in myself and my ability to acquire massive wealth. 149. I always stay positive in intimidating social situations. 150. I always take the risk of going after something I want. Find out in which ray you may find your “Positive Affirmation” that will help you most at present.

When your pendulum oscillates on a ray, go that ray below, and found out the self-talk affirmation you mostly need at the time.


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Self-Affirmation – How it Works Now you have found through the science of radiesthesia the self-affirmation sentence that you need mostly to develop just now. Self-affirmations are positive statements or self-scripts that can condition the subconscious mind to help you develop a more positive perception of yourself. Affirmations can help you to change harmful behaviours or accomplish goals, and they can also help undo the damage caused by negative scripts, those things which we repeatedly tell ourselves (or which others repeatedly tell us) that contribute to a negative selfperception. Affirmations are easy to create and use as proposed in this EBook, but you'll need dedication and determination to make them work. Most people want to dive straight in, and that is actually totally fine, affirmations are not rocket science, and this simple guide will just show you a couple of methods you can use, and we promise you, this will only take 3 minutes to read, so you can be using them straight away and making changes in your mind and in your life TODAY, from this very moment! Eventually you will find your own style, way to say them, timing etc., but here is a really simple way to start. Stand tall, relax your shoulders and stand with good posture – take a confident standing positon. Have your affirmations in front of you, written down or printed out – especially if it all is a new to you. 21

Say the suggested sentence drawn from your pendulum exercise, in a slow, confident tone of voice the way you mean it, like you believe it, and as if it is actually real or already happened. Speaking slowly and confidently is important. Confident speakers take their time, they don’t rush their words, they pronounce each one properly and speak with meaning. Optionally you can stand at a mirror and look at yourself as you talk. You might find you feel awkward, but with practice this will be normal to you. Standing at a mirror shows you your posture and your confidence so you can ensure you are doing them properly – adjust your voice tone and posture as needed to always stand positively, and look yourself in the eye. Getting a little deeper, it is good to add a little structure, and consistency. Consistency is actually key, you need to repeat them day in, day out, so having a real structure, a daily routine will really help. Here is a standard routine for you to try, you can adapt it as needed, but it is a great place to start. Say your affirmations twice a day. Start in the morning, as soon as you can after waking up. This ensures you have a positive start to the day – that the first thing you start thinking about are your goals and ambitious, and of course, that you are thinking positive thoughts! Say it the second time as close as you can before going to bed. This ensures that you have positive thoughts in your mind as you go to sleep, you are thinking about your goals and these will seep into your subconscious mind and solidify as you sleep. Say it (or them) multiple times. It is up to you, but we recommend either five minute sessions (so just 10 minutes a day total), or alternatively, saying your chosen affirmations (one or more) ten times each, in a slow, confident voice – whatever suits you really, don’t take too long, 10-15 minutes is probably too much and you might seem like a chore after some time, 5 minutes really is enough for permanent, lasting change. Again, that’s it, a little structure is good, try to stick to it – if you really do stick to this affirmation as proposed through your dowsing search for two weeks then you will see a real difference in yourself! Then it won’t be like a structure you are trying to stick to at all… it will be something you want to do because you will have seen the powerful changes that positive affirmations can produce. An extra step you can take is to write your affirmation(s) down, or just print it (them) out right from the EBook. 22

You can pin it (them) up around your house in key places that you will them each day. On the fridge, in your school/work/gym locker, on the inside of your bathroom mirror, on the dashboard of your car. This just adds a little extra, you will simply see your affirmation(s) randomly each day in the middle of the day, this will just jog your memory and remind you to stay positive and focused on your goals. When you are constantly reminded about your affirmations and goals like this, you can accelerate your results as it’s not just when you are saying your affirmations that you think about them and your goals, but constantly throughout the day you encounter little reminders and as a result you are always focused and develop a complete consciousness around achieving success and realizing your goals!

Some extra tips Start with a focus. Don’t pick too many subjects at once, keep yourself to the one proposed by the pendulum, as this is what you need most. It’s the information right from your brain. Be consistent. Repeat them daily and often. Make a commitment to do them, maybe, for 30 days, no matter what. Think long term, and don’t give up. Monitor your mood first. Before you start your daily session, just take 30 seconds to “look inside” yourself, see how you feel, see how your emotions are, do you already feel positive, negative, a little tired.. just take note. Then, say your affirmations, slowly, take your time, and then do a “mood check” again. See how you feel, see how positive you now feel, see how you feel differently about yourself. This can be a great way to gain confidence in your affirmations early on. Before you even see the life changing results you really want, this simple experiment should show you how they can instantly lift your mood and change how you are feeling in an instant and inspire you to keep going so that you really do get to see the bigger and lasting changes you really want! That’s it.. lots of people go looking for that magic formula to self-improvement, looking for that powerful, complicated hidden technique… it really doesn’t need to be like that – positive affirmations are for real, they can have a really powerful cumulative effect, and they can make real, lasting, dramatic changes to your life – to how you think, to how you act, to how you live your life!

Conclusion That little voice in our brains can be incredibly critical. It’s a constant reminder that we aren’t good enough, ranging from slightly inept to a hopeless loser. It 23

somehow finds a way to apply to any situation or circumstance so that we never quite measure up. Even when there is no denying that we actually succeeded at something, our inner voice will find a way to discount it so that all credit goes to someone or something else, or to just dumb luck. Even worse, we believe all those negative thoughts. They aren’t true. In fact, they aren’t our own original thoughts. For the most part they are things that others have said to us, often in childhood. Constant criticism from parents, teachers, and others can do damage that stays with us for years. By the time we reach adulthood we have accepted those critical remarks as absolute truth. That “truth” is so ingrained in us that it has become a belief system. You cannot possible ask the pendulum whether God exists or does not, as the answer will always be the way you believe in religion or not. The kind of question is too abstract for words, and cannot be answered. You either believe in God or not. And if you believe in God, just proof it, avoiding representational answers. Stephen Hawking4 says he’s an atheist, arguing that science offers a “more convincing explanation” for the origins of the universe and that the miracles of religion “aren’t compatible” with scientific fact. “Before we understood science, it was natural to believe that God created the universe, but now science offers a more convincing explanation,” the celebrated physicist said in a video posted by Spanish newspaper El Mundo. “What I meant by ‘we would know the mind of God’ is we would 4

Stephen William Hawking, CH, CBE, FRS, FRSA, born 8 January 1942) is an English theoretical physicist, cosmologist, author and Director of Research at the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology within the University of Cambridge His scientific works include a collaboration with Roger Penrose on gravitational singularity theorems in the framework of general relativity, and the theoretical prediction that black holes emit radiation, often called Hawking radiation. Hawking was the first to set forth a theory of cosmology explained by a union of the general theory of relativity and quantum mechanics. He is a vigorous supporter of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a lifetime member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States. Hawking was the Lucasian Professor of Mathematics at the University of Cambridge between 1979 and 2009 and has achieved commercial success with works of popular science in which he discusses his own theories and cosmology in general; his book A Brief History of Time appeared on the British Sunday Times best-seller list for a record-breaking 237 weeks. Hawking has a rare early-onset, slow-progressing form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), commonly known as motor neurone disease in the UK and as Lou Gehrig's Disease in the US, that has gradually paralysed him over the decades. He now communicates using a single cheek muscle attached to a speech-generating device.


know everything that God would know if there was a God, but there isn’t. I’m an atheist.” Hawking’s remarks came in response to a question from El Mundo journalist Pablo Jauregui, who quizzed Hawking about his religious leanings in the lead-up to this week’s Starmus Festival in the Canary Islands. The “mind of God” reference was Hawking’s effort to clarify a passage in his 1988 book “A Brief History of Time,” in which he wrote that scientists would “know the mind of God” if a unifying set of scientific principles known colloquially as the theory of everything were discovered. In 2011, he told The Guardian that he didn’t believe in a heaven or an afterlife, calling it “a fairy story for people afraid of the dark.” In 2007, he told the BBC that he was “not religious in the normal sense,” adding, “I believe the universe is governed by the laws of science. The laws may have been decreed by God, but God does not intervene to break the laws.” The science-religion debate has been going on since science was born, centuries ago. Until relatively recently, it seemed to have quietened down, but now Hawking and others have brought it back into the limelight. It's striking that the scientists who contribute most vociferously to the arguments work in the field of evolutionary biology and fundamental physics. These, at least superficially, appear to be the territories where science and religion can make conflicting claims, leading us to ask which has the better case. But are they alternatives? Is there really any serious argument between the two? Science and religion are about fundamentally different things. No religion has ever been rendered obsolete by facts or observations, but this happens to most scientific theories, at least in the long run. Science advances over the wreckage of its theories by continually putting theoretical ideas to experimental test; no matter how beautiful a theoretical idea might be, it must be discarded if it is at odds with experiment. Like any other human activity, science has flaws and does not always flow smoothly, but no one can seriously doubt the progress it has made in helping us understand the world and in helping to underpin technology. As such, positive affirmations are a way of changing that false belief system. Some will argue that this won’t work because you can’t just shut down those negative thoughts, but they misunderstand. The point is not to get into a mental screaming match with yourself, nor is it to deny they exist – quite the contrary! The purpose of positive affirmations is to raise your awareness, and to question and challenge the negative. It’s about learning to stop letting your head run on 25

autopilot and accepting every bad thought as some kind of gospel. It’s about listening to yourself and realizing that, oh my gosh, that garbage isn’t even true! Positive affirmations help you stop being so judgmental of yourself, and they can also help pull you out of the gutter of gloom. It’s easy to get stuck focusing on problems, and when that happens we remain blinded to solutions. We have made the final decision that there is no solution. Period. With such a closed mind, the solution could show up on our doorstep and we wouldn’t even see it. If we choose to focus on the positive instead, we are at least leaving a window open. We’re allowing ourselves to believe that maybe we don’t have all the answers yet, and maybe possibilities do exist. We are letting down our walls of resistance, and when that solution does show up we’ll recognize it at once. We won’t even be surprised because, after all, we knew it was coming.

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Appendix from the Editor and Author of this EBook Publication

The Editor of this EBook is not a professional radiesthetist, but used for years and years the pendulum only for personal reasons, and with success when he needed assistance. Though the author has been in the business world, he was also actively integrated in religion just like Abbé Mermet (in English Reverend Father Alexis Mermet) from 1974 when he was ordained to the priesthood, in Saint-Cyr-sur-Mer, France. Later the same year he was consecrated an Old Catholic bishop in an Independent Old Roman Catholic Church, deriving its Apostolic Succession mainly from the Eglise Gallicane, founder and widely known Archbishop René Villatte (Old Catholic), who at last received a pension from the Vatican (Rome). 27

As such, the editor understands best the difficulties Abbé Mermet was confronted with, the misunderstanding around his person. Radiesthesia did lead the author/editor’s life, but not from the point-of-view of religion. Before 1974, the editor also partook in the work of the two Meditation Groups and Psychosynthesis, at Sundial House, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, UK, found by Dr. Roberto Assagioli, MD from Italy. From there and even before, having studied “extra muros” with Unity School of Christianity, Lee Summit, Missouri, USA, the author is well acquainted with the science of the mind and its workings, also “Self-Talk” (affirmations and denials along Emilie Cady’s teaching5 and others in UNITY).


WHO WAS H. EMILIE CADY?....... H. Emilie Cady was a true holistic pioneer. Both a turn-of the-century homeopathic practitioner and metaphysician, she treated her patients medically and spiritually. The unique spiritual approach she taught was simple, clear and rooted in her own experience. Dr. Cady teaches that your life can be transformed by the power of your thoughts, words, and beliefs. She encourages you to find your truth as it is written in your own heart and then apply these truths in every area of your life. Cady studied with Emma Curtis Hopkins, renowned "New Thought teacher of teachers," but remained spiritually independent. Dr. Cady was a contemporary of Emmett Fox, the popular New Thought writer; Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, co-founders of the Unity School of Christianity; Ernest Holmes, founder of the Church of Religious Science, and other great minds of the New Thought movement. H. Emilie Cady was inspired by Biblical teachings and influenced by the ideas of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Unity's textbook Lessons in Truth by H. Emilie Cady has sold over 1.5 million copies since its first publication in 1896. Inasmuch as each copy of a book of this kind is usually read by several people, over the years many millions of people have read Lessons in Truth. How famous, how widely known an author would be today if his or her book sold a million copies! That author would be on talk shows on television, lecturing in colleges, becoming more and more widely known every day. But it is safe to say that the thought of becoming widely known, famous, or rich never occurred to the author of Lessons in Truth. H. Emilie Cady just did not think in those terms. Harriet Emilie Cady was born in 1848 in a farmhouse in Drysden, Syracuse, a beautiful and prosperous part of upstate New York. She was the daughter of a hardy pioneer. She tells us in her book How I Used Truth that her father was well known and respected in the neighbourhood. He must have had, as a pioneer, a built-in ruggedness and persistence as well as ability to cope with whatever need developed. She spent the early part of her career as a schoolteacher in a one-room schoolhouse in her home town. The same adventurous, self-reliant, and "can do" spirit that her father had must have led Emilie Cady to choose a career in medicine in the 1880s. Even today, over a hundred years later, men still predominate in medicine. What a drive within her it must have taken to leave school teaching, one of the few callings other than marriage sanctioned for women at that


In 2010, the editor ended all religious activities, and became an atheist (this is how he calls himself today). To be short, religion is brain work only, man’s work, as reading there sacred books they were instituted mainly for political reasons, and as such creating fear and governmental obeisance. Let us simply say this, our thoughts create reality through functions and processes of a brain that is our faithful servant. Human beings are meaningmakers and information processors. We are compelled to make sense of the world around us. Mind Power creates and controls reality. Think of Desire-Force as the warm, ardent, fiery, forceful energy, underlying the manifestations of Mind-Power; and of the Will-Power as the cold, keen, strong, directing, controlling projector of the energy. By fixing these mental images in your mind, you will be better able to manifest the two phases as occasion arises. To create a thing you must want it with a burning desire that allows no denial, backed up by a will that knows no such word as “can’t” or “no.” To live as a powerful creator, you have to banish the illusion as religion once and for all that you are not in control. Because you will always arrive back at the core truth that you are the creator of your reality within yourself and that you time, and to brave the disapproval of society to become a doctor of homeopathic medicine in New York City! And she succeeded. It was as an established and successful physician that she first appeared on the Unity scene. Quite on her own, she had written and published a booklet called Finding the Christ in Ourselves. This came to the attention of Myrtle Fillmore, who was so impressed with it that she gave it to her husband, Charles Fillmore. He lost no time in asking permission to print and distribute the booklet and invited her to write for Unity Magazine. As a result, beginning in 1892, a number of articles by Dr. Cady appeared in the magazine and she later went on to write the Unity textbook, Lessons in Truth which has been translated into eleven languages and braille. From all over the world, from the length and breadth of the continent, letters have come, testifying to lives helped and strengthened, of physical ailments, money problems, domestic difficulties, all kinds of disharmony adjusted, through the study of her inspired book. Even in the wonderful world of metaphysical Truth, few have made a greater contribution or left a more shining monument to a long life of unselfish service than did Dr. H. Emilie Cady, physician and metaphysician. Long may her work minister to humanity! And long may Unity School of Christianity continue its faithful stewardship of her writings, making them available to God's children everywhere humanity! humanity!


control all of it. Not being in control makes you feel like a victim, of religion, as an example.


Nothing happens outside of you. Everything is happening within you. You are Consciousness, and Consciousness encompasses All That Is. Whenever you feel not being in control, you are experiencing an illusion. You created the illusion of not being in control, of not being God. You are the director of the script and can control at will. This has helped the Author/Editor a lot: “I am the Power, I am the Glory, I am another God.” Don’t be a victim. All power is within you and is absolutely under your control. To say that things happen through another cause other than yourself is to say that you are a victim. Radiesthesia is the power to connect with the subconscious and get knowledge so that you are more in control over yourself and matters around you. It also gives you the knowledge to discover what lies hidden and unknown, otherwise. The best and the most important thing about radiesthesia is that this knowledge is not limited to any particular group of people, like seers, kings, etc. It is available for everyone, for each one of us. All you need is a radiesthesia pendulum. This can be made even from a piece of thread and a small finger ring. What seemed like para science yesterday and is not, becomes the science of the mind today. As we have learnt from Abbé Alexis Mermet in this Ebook, Radiesthesia can be used to: Select a mechanic Identify automobile problem Choose the most suitable rental car company Choose the most suitable car to buy Locate where you parked your car For communicating with one’s subconscious Finding ways to enhance psychic awareness and strengths Knowing about the past Removing mental blocks For Locating Underground Resources Locate wells, water pipes, sewer lines, underground streams, etc. Divert water, for example, to a dry well or around a house/apartment Analyse water problems, for example, check source and level of contamination Check for water leaks Locate underground electric lines, gas lines, telephone lines, fault lines, etc. Locate buried mines and booby-traps 31

Find buried or hidden treasure Locate oil or minerals, and much more The author and editor, we see in his EBooks uses mainly maps as they are like pictures – symbolic form representations that carry the vibrations of what they portray. To do map or picture dowsing, visualize what you want to find and swing your pendulum over the areas represented. You can detect water, minerals or lost objects by attuning your vibration of intention to ‘home’ in on the vibration of that which is sought. Your pendulum will circle when it locates what you want. Practice will make you better, but don’t forget that with some people it takes a 20 – 30 second attunement and adjustment before achieving results.

Contents Self-realisation through positive self-talk in radiesthesia Radiesthesia and Self-Talk or health-giving Making your self-talk work for you with radiesthesia What are positive affirmations? One-hundred-fifty positive affirmations (Rays 1 to 15) Main diagram: Self-Realisation through Self-Talk Diagrams from 1 to 15 rays Self-affirmation – how it works Conclusion Other EBooks of the author Appendix from the Editor and Author of this EBook Publication Contents

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