You know how sometimes one thing can lead to another, and then another, quite by chance? Well, yesterday I stumbled upon this chap, Gregg Braden, listening to him doing a radio interview. I searched online and came across the video below. It’s very long, nearly four hours, and so I thought I would watch the first ten minutes, just to get the taste of it, the gist as it were. An hour passed before I had realised, so naturally I had to watch it in its entirety. I’m glad that I did.
The video follows on from my previous post, The Global Consciousness Project. I don’t want to appear to be banging on about this concept, and if I do it’s totally unintentional. Gregg Braden was trained, as I was, to think scientifically, but that creates a few problems of its own, as he describes in the video. What he has been able to do is to use vigorous scientific discipline, where applicable, and apply it to the so called “New Age” interpretation of ancient teachings; in other words, bridging science with ancient wisdom in the real world, as his website puts it. He’s also confident enough to stand up and point out where science fails utterly. The outcome is fascinating.
Before you take the plunge and watch his presentation, there are a few things you need to know. Firstly, his talk is from 2007, and to an Italian audience. He intentionally repeats various sentences, presumably so that the interpreter can catch up. This can be a little irritating, but what it does do is slow down the amount of information you need to absorb, which is a good thing over all. You’ll understand what I mean when he begins, particularly when his funny punch lines go over the heads of the audience, lost in translation no doubt. Secondly, watching the first half of the video is necessary to fully understand the second half, so no skipping to the end to see what happens!
If you do stay the course, then you will learn how to properly converse with what he calls The Divine Matrix, a.k.a. consciousness, and it is a conversation of sorts. It’s mind blowing, believe me, I’ve already tried it and it works. Don’t take my word for it though, try it for yourself. My reaction to this experience was almost as dramatic (but not quite) as that of the chipmunk above. Anyway, I hope you persevere and watch the video from beginning to end, and take something from it, as I did…