I am taking this from Book Four "The Keys of the Kingdom" Chapter 9 titled Key of the Kingdom - Frequencies. If you guys have not got the four book series you need to do so. all of what we have placed in recent blogs are more defined with greater details in those four books.
In order to understand our brain messaging system we must first have to understand frequencies and how they communicate. I know this maybe a lengthy post but I am sharing the entire chapter 9 so nothing is missed or misunderstood.
We have been taught all our lives about humans had five senses – sight, smell, touch, taste, and hearing. However, our physical body has many more than just these five. We have internal and external sensory organs that produce awareness of the world inside of us and those of the world around us. It is these sensory organs that tell us whether we are moving down the right path (some call this the narrow path) or the wrong path (some call this the wide path).
What is the definition of senses? According to Webster its definition is to perceive by the senses to be or become conscious of sense danger; grasp, comprehend; to detect automatically especially in response to a physical stimulus (such as light or movement).
We have been taught that we have a sixth sense of intuition or intuitive power. Scientists have told us that this intuitive power is unlike the five senses of sight, tough, hearing, taste, and smell. Our intuitive power remains hidden and out of reach from the outward physical body.
In an article written by Niranjan Seshadri published on the website of www.mindandsoul.space, https://mindandsoul.space/home/2019/4/13/the-power-of-intuition-why-is-it-so-rare, he tells us the following.
“Unlike the five senses of sight, touch, hearing, taste, and smell, the sixth sense or the faculty of intuition, remains hidden and out of reach. We get rare glimpses of this elusive sense. In moments of extreme clarity and present awareness, we may suddenly get an answer to a burning question that has failed to come via the rational thought process. Such intuitive perception bypasses the sensory nervous system and the intermediary step of conscious thought. There is a lot we don’t know about our interiority that lies beyond the mind, including the power to intuit. Logic lives within the framework of the conscious thought and is linked to the information gathered through the five senses, sourced either directly or indirectly. Through logic, we cannot explain or explore the sixth sense of intuition.
Evolution of individual consciousness passes through three steps — that of instinct, intellect, and intuition. Our brain has an ‘ancient’ part called the hindbrain, and a ‘modern’ part called the forebrain. The former is related to instinctual responses, and the latter is responsible for intellectual activities. Research on the areas of the brain linked to intuitive perception is ongoing. An instinctual reaction may follow a set pattern and has a physical, physiological and psychological footprint. Intellect may or may not follow a pattern and works on the mental layer of our being and not on the physical and physiological ones. Intuition is beyond the boundaries of the material, physiological and psychological layers.
Intuition is highly subjective, coming in a flash and disappearing just as quickly. Intuitive observations cannot be consciously called upon or stored. If our awareness is not in the present, we may not even register information coming through the portal of intuition. More choiceless and more present is our awareness, more accessible is this portal. Intellectual observations develop over time, can be stored, studied and transferred via oral or written form. Instinctual behavior comes through an impulse that is triggered by something external, and it is a lower brain function. The mind may not necessarily be involved.
The so-called ‘gut feeling’ is something that many of us may have experienced more than once. The mind is quick to pounce on a ‘gut feeling’ and offer its analysis and commentary. We then start to weigh the pros and cons, which requires the cognitive thinking process to takes over. The slow ringer of logic keeps the intuitive faculty rudimentary.
Perhaps the most famous documented example of intuitive ability is that of the Indian Mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887-1920). He came up with complex new mathematical formulae without involving preceding steps of logical thought to get his derivations.
The right milieu is needed for the spark of intuition to ignite the mind with new insights. The mind of an average human being has a turbid quality related to the constant movement of thoughts. These thoughts may be essential for our daily interactions with the world, but they form a screen which limits our perceptive ability. They are like low hanging clouds that obscure the view of a blue sky, the sun, moon, and the stars. When the movement of thoughts ceases, the mind takes on a transparent quality.
Since intuition comes from the inside and not through information derived from the world through the five senses, it is reasonable to conclude that a clear and empty mind is a requirement to receive such insights. There is no defined pathway or coursework to enhance this potential ability of extrasensory perception. Looking at the sheer complexity of the human body and the near-magical quality of the mind, the body’s invisible companion it is hard to believe that using the body and the mind for deriving enjoyment through the five senses is all there is to life.
Like the electromagnetic spectrum of energy that pervades the entire physical universe, perhaps there is a much broader spectrum to the world of consciousness. We are accustomed to the ordinary waking state of consciousness. The five sensory organs can access this state. Just as we need specialized instruments to study and utilize portions of the electromagnetic spectrum not accessible to the five senses, perhaps intuition is the natural instrument which can help us reach subtler realms of consciousness.
The waking state may be thought of as ‘densely encapsulated consciousness.’ Density comes from the information contained in thousands of thoughts which take up the mind’s energy. In our conscious perception, information contained in thoughts is like a low hanging fruit on a tree. We pick, taste and fill ourselves with streams of information. Every thought has a ‘shell’ which serves as a finite boundary dividing its constituent information from other thoughts. This ‘shell’ that encapsulates information is perhaps reusable energy which is unrelated to the contents that come into our conscious perception.
The thinking process is quite organized. All information that passes through the mind, even stray bits and pieces come as discrete thoughts. Just as passports may be required to cross borders between different countries, information that comes in from the outside cannot enter the mind without the aid of a separate shell of energy. That shell plus the information become thoughts with which we interact. Every thought has a time and place context, and this helps with the cataloging of information for later retrieval.
If we remove the limitations posed by this ‘encapsulated consciousness,’ we may open up the field of the mind. With every thought we have a choice, holding on or letting go. When we hold onto an idea, it contaminates our awareness and creates localized pools of conditioning in which awareness swirls. The more we entertain certain choices, the deeper are the grooves they make in the mind. Like an antique gramophone player that renders music using a needle that tracks grooves on rotating discs, through our conditioning we play out the same life patterns day in and day out. Nothing new or unique comes out of such living.
Intuition is virtually nonexistent in a mind that is highly conditioned. In such a mind, the noise of conditioning drowns out the soft notes of intuition. Letting go involves not succumbing to the temptation of choice. Observation without choice breaks long-standing grooves of conditioning which strengthen 'encapsulated consciousness.'
While logic driven intellect is like taking one step after another, intuition is like spreading wings and effortlessly traveling great distances. Just like wind aids a bird that spreads its wings as it soars higher into the sky, choiceless awareness is the ‘wind’ that carries us on the ‘wings’ of intuition into deeper reaches of our being. Being choiceless and aware is the steppingstone to the freedom of an intuition guided existence.”
What does the Scriptures tell us about our sense and senses? There are over 250 uses of the word sense and over 20 using the word senses in scripture. We have provided a few to see how they are used.
Genesis 2:25 NKJV “And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.” They had sense of shame.
Genesis 11:7 God was talking about the people. NKJV “Come, let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.” Genesis 11:9 NKJV “Therefore its name is called Babel, because there the Lord confused the language of all the earth; and from there the Lord scattered them abroad over the face of all the earth.”
God took away the sense of the people language.
Deuteronomy 4: NKJV “Therefore be careful to observe them; for this is your wisdom and your understanding in the sight of the peoples who will hear all these statutes, and say, ‘Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people.” Understand is the same as sense.
1 Kings 8:47 NKJV “yet when they come to themselves in the land where they were carried captive, and repent, and make supplication to You in the land of those who took them captive, saying, ‘We have sinned and done wrong, we have committed wickedness’;” Come to their senses.
Proverbs 31:18 NKJV “She perceives that her merchandise is good, And her lamp does not go out by night.” She perceives is the same as senses that her merchandise is good.
Luke 8: 35 NKJV “Then they went out to see what had happened, and came to Jesus, and found the man from whom the demons had departed, sitting at the feet of Jesus, clothed and in his right mind. And they were afraid.” Right mind is coming to one sense.
How do people know that others or even themselves come to a right mind? It is through the intuitive nature of our physical body linked into our spiritual partner. This intuitive nature was given by God to each one of humanity. If we stopped here and asked how did God give us this intuitive nature what would your answer be?
It is in inherent knowledge that we know of God’s Law. God told us that his word has been written in our hearts. In Romans 2:12-16 NKJV “ For as many as have sinned without law will also perish without law, and as many as have sinned in the law will be judged by the law (for not the hearers of the law are just in the sight of God, but the doers of the law will be justified; for when Gentiles, who do not have the law, by nature do the things in the law, these, although not having the law, are a law to themselves, who show the work of the law written in their hearts, their conscience also bearing witness, and between themselves their thoughts accusing or else excusing them) in the day when God will judge the secrets of men by Jesus Christ, according to my gospel.” Regardless of whether or not we can read or write or have even read or been told about God and His grace of salvation, we are inherently conditioned to know right from wrong as we are genetically programmed through our emotional guidance system to know of God’s law and how to live life without doing wrong.
In Book Two of our God Is Government Series titled God’s Family Affair in Chapter Four – Life is Pure Energy, We identified that life itself, yes, our physical presence on earth, is nothing more than pure energy.
In that chapter we identified energy as both physical and spiritual. Let us do a review here.
So is energy limited to only this physical world? Does it exist in the spiritual world as well? What about communication – does energy communicate to other energy? Does energy exist in the dust of the Earth making our bodies’ equivalent to energy? From the initial set of questions we asked at the opening of this chapter to the question now much like Life energy is exceedingly difficult if not impossible to define. Why is that? The primary reason energy is hard to define is because it is an intangible form that make tangible things work. This being the case and since we cannot see energy other than in its outcome it provides how can we define it? We have no sense of reference where our eyes cannot create an image and store it for future recall when we see energy. Let us look at an example here of not being able to see energy but seeing its effect. We could have chosen many examples of this such as eating food and then working, lights at night or the warmth of the sun, but we chose to examine lightening as energy.
Lightening is a discharge of atmospheric electricity which is triggered by a buildup of differing charges within a cloud. The result is a sudden release of electricity which causes a distinctive bright flare, followed by a thunderclap. Breaking this down in simpler terms we can see that lightening occurs when a release of energy occurs that has built up within cloud. The release allows us to see the release as light and hear the vibration of sound as we call thunder. What allows this release to occur? As with any energy, source energy is released when it communicates with other energy. In the case of lightening, the communication requires an opposite build of energy to be ready to be released at the same time. The build of energy inside a cloud can either be positive or negative. For the energy to be released negative energy must communicate with positive energy to release its communication to the opposing energy. If two clouds with negative energy meet, then there is no communication. It is only when the opposing energy comes into contact that a communication occurs.
Let us take one more example that probably has been experienced by many of us. If we were to grab a hold of two electrical wires just lying around that do not have the degree of electrical current passing through them to provide us any ability to feel the vibration of electricity. When we hook these same two wires up to an electrical generator (meaning that the generated increases the electrical power running through the wires to increase their vibration to cause us to feel electricity then if we were to hold the wires again, we could feel this vibration as we know as electricity and the feeling of being shocked. Let us examine this further. If the two wires were held while hook up to an electrical generator were both either positive or negative electricity, then the communication from one wire to the other through our bodies would be the same and therefore we could not feel the vibration of electricity and would not be shocked. On the other hand if one was positive electricity and the other negative electricity then if we were to grab them, we have allow our body to become the conduit of connecting the positive with the negative (opposing energy fields) opening up the communication channel for one energy source to speak to the other in the form of releasing electrical current and we will feel the electrical vibration and be shocked by the releasing of the energy between the two wires. The larger the flow of energy created by the electrical generator the higher the electric vibration and the higher the flow of electricity running through our bodies from one wire to the next. It is in the constant flow of energy between the two wires that allows us to have constant light in darkness, heat to cook, heat to warm our bodies, a constant flow of speaking vibrations through a telephone to allow us to have a conversation with someone else, and much more.
We have stated that there are two types of energy, many sources of energy, and how energy is created. We have also provided two examples of how energy communication occurs and how energy is released. But a lingering question still exists - where does energy come from and where is it? If we had a good understanding of the elements of energy, then we can answer this question and how energy fits within our Life experiences.
Elemental composition of the lithosphere and the human body. Each number represents the percent of the total number of atoms present. For example, 47 of every 100 atoms found in a representative sample of the lithosphere are oxygen while there are only 19 atoms of carbon in every 10,000 atoms of lithosphere.
“The elements of energy consist of only one kind of atom and cannot be decomposed into simpler substances. Our planet is made up of some 90 elements. Of these 90, only 25 or so are used to build living things. The table below shows the 11 most prevalent elements in the lithosphere (the earth's crust) and in the human body. Living matter uses only a fraction of the elements available to it but, as the table shows, the relative proportions of those it does acquire from its surroundings are quite different from the proportions in the environment.
So, the composition of living things is not simply a reflection of the elements available to them. For example, hydrogen, carbon, and nitrogen together represent less than 1% of the atoms found in the earth's crust but some 74% of the atoms in living matter. One of the properties of life is to take up certain elements that are scarce in the nonliving world and concentrate them within living cells. Some sea animals accumulate elements like vanadium and iodine within their cells to concentrations a thousand or more times as great as in the surrounding sea water. It has even been proposed that uranium be "mined" from the sea by extracting it from certain algae that can take up uranium from sea water and concentrate it within their cells.
There is still some uncertainty about the exact number of elements required by living things. Some elements, e.g., selenium and aluminum, are found in tiny amounts within living things, but whether they are playing an essential role (selenium) or are simply an accidental acquisition (aluminum probably) is sometimes difficult to determine.”2
Roughly 96 percent of the mass of the human body is made up of just four elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen, with a lot of that in the form of water. The remaining 4 percent is a sparse sampling of the periodic table of elements.3 Genesis 1 tells us they we are made of dust from the earth. Scientists many years ago proved the earth was nothing more than energy. However, it is in our belief system and our self-mind (EGO) that has prevented us to coming to this realization. So here we present the truth allowing us to remove all doubt by looking at the presence of the 25 elements and see the percent makeup they represent in the human body and where we can find them.
We have proven that our bodies are made up 100% of the elements of energy; therefore, our bodies are pure energy. Thus we have answered one-half of the questions about energy being Life. We need now to look at energy as spiritual and determine if the second part of the question about our spirit being energy is true.
In chapter two “Physical Life – Defined Through Creation” in the second book of the God is Government Series – God’s Family Affair - we found out the true name of God and when we examined the historical texts about the creation we found that God’s name YHVH are four elements of energy itself.4 Therefore, we know that God Himself is pure energy.
We have been taught throughout all biblical and ancient texts and, if true to these teachings and beliefs, we are the temple housing God, we have been created in his image and he has given us Life from the actual breath of Life of God. We are one with God and we are a child of God. Now if we take these messages in their literal form from the ancient texts, our soul (God’s breathe of Life/our Heaven on Earth) is the spirit of God which gives us the animation within the physical body made of dust created by God which we call Life. Since we have determined that God is made up of four elements of energy does it not then make it so that God’s essence, we carry around in each of us called our soul is pure energy also? I think so.
Based upon the above facts that God is pure energy then both our physical bodies and the spirit within us are pure energy. And given we are pure energy then are we not able to communicate with other energy sources and receive energy from them? Cannot we achieve an energy release like those we see in various forms giving energy to other energy sources? One last thought here – given we are pure energy does that mean our mind – the thoughts we have – is pure energy as well and, if so, then given the Universal Laws isn’t our mind then constantly connected to the universal energy sources?
To answer all of our questions we must come to an understanding about Universal Energy. What is it? What are its laws? Is it proven scientifically? How does it interact with the physical world? In the next several pages we will explore the truths about Universal Energy and its relationship to Life as given to us by God.
We must look independently at the two words “Universal (or Universe) and Energy.” Universe is defined by the Cambridge Dictionary as everything that exists, especially all physical matter, including all the stars, planets, galaxies, etc. in space. The definition of Energy set forth above states that energy is (1) the ability to do things: the ability or power to work or make an effort; (2) vigor: liveliness and forcefulness; (3) forceful effort: a vigorous effort or action; (4) power supply or source: a supply or source of electrical, mechanical, or other form of power; and (5) physics capacity to do work: the capacity of a body or system to do work. Therefore, when we combine the two words, we can determine that Universal Energy is a source of power that exists in all of space that provides the energy for all things to work. The amount of Universal Energy required to allow things to work could be the smallest of smallest (atom) or the largest ever known to man (God). We find that there is nothing throughout space (Universe) that does not contain energy.
Energy cannot be seen by the human eye, but science and the world of physics have confirmed that energy is released to other energy sources through vibrations levels called electromagnetic fields. Electric fields are created by differences in voltage: the higher the voltage, the stronger will be the resultant field. Magnetic fields are created when electric current flows: the greater the current, the stronger the magnetic field. An electric field will exist even when there is no current flowing. If current does flow, the strength of the magnetic field will vary with power consumption, but the electric field strength will be constant.5 These two distinct fields are part of nature itself.
Nature produces electric fields as part of its interaction with the Universe. These electric fields are produced by the local build-up of electric charges in the atmosphere associated with thunderstorms. The earth's magnetic field causes a compass needle to orient in a