Everything is Energy – Why People are Predictable & Cognitive Dissonance

Everything is energy in different forms. Experiments by Japanese Scientists have shown how the body glows and emits light that rises and falls with the passage of the day.

Five healthy male volunteers were placed bare-chested in front of cameras in complete darkness for twenty minutes every three hours.

The researchers found the body-glow rose and fell over the day, with its lowest point at 10 A.M and its peak at 4 P.M. dropping gradually after that.

It is thought that these fluctuations in energy emissions are connected with the principle of the body clock.

The body-mind is energy, as everything is, and it can be free-flowing (open mind), or dense and heavy (closed mind) depending on our state of being.

Nothing induces this energy density more than fear and rigid belief. A phenomenon known as “brain mapping” means that rigid beliefs are self-perpetuating as the brain filters reality to fit the belief.

Rigid belief can even be seen in the way the neuron cells connect in the brain.


They form an electrical web that represents the rigidity of perception, and the neurons fire in accordance with the sequence that represents the belief.

These networks are called “brain maps” and they can be summed up by the phrase: “Neurons that fire together, wire together.”

David Shainberg, an American psychiatrist from the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry in New York, says that thoughts are vortices of energy that can become fixed and rigid.

These vortices are another level of the process that connect with the neuron networks and create the rigid, repeating sequence in how they fire.

Shainberg suggests that these fixed, dense vortices reveal themselves as fixed opinions, a rigid sense of reality and unchanging views.

It also goes the other way with fixed opinions and beliefs creating the dense vortices and fixed neuron networks.

It is these networks and low-vibrational energy fields (different expressions of the same beliefs) that close the channels, hold us in five sense reality and block the conscious connection to Infinite Awareness.

They are the electrical and vibrational levels of the filtering process where information is constructed by the brain to fit belief.

It means that some people see the glass half-full, and others see it half empty; some see the positive in everything, and others the negative.

These “brain maps” of neuron networks firing in a repeating sequence are like software programs playing out on a computer.

They never change until you re-write the software codes or change the disk.

Most people never do, and that is why they are so predictable and limited in perception and behavior.

When we break out of such rigid thought, the neuron web snaps and another is formed to match the new reality.

With that, the filtering process changes and other fields of possibility are decoded that were not being accessed before. We experience this as a “life-changing event”, or a sudden surge of new opportunities in our life that hadn’t presented itself before.

This “opportunity” was always there in the mass of energy, within All Possibility; it was just that the person’s belief was causing their brain not to “read” it and bring it into physical experience.

Rigid thought and low vibrational states, especially fear, cause our energy fields to fall into slow vibrational density and this creates a “firewall” to Infinite Awareness.

What do we call people who aren’t very bright? We call them dense.

I cannot tell a lie

Cognitive Dissonance – Lying to Yourself

A major expression of these brain maps is a phenomenon known as “cognitive dissonance.

It is an imbalance of the mind and emotions that maintains humanity in ongoing ignorance and servitude.

To understand the meaning of cognitive dissonance is to understand so much about the human condition.

The definition of Cognitive dissonance is to be in “two minds,” basically with one mind contradicting the other.

This mostly takes the form of a belief contradicted by experience, information or behavior. Cognitive (knowledge, awareness) dissonance (discord) is the state of inner stress and unease caused by a person’s belief not matching their experience, behavior or the facts before them.

That one short sentence describes most of humanity and why the world is as it is.

This state of unease insists that we square the circles by resolving the contradiction and this is done mostly by lying to ourselves, or what I would call self-deception.

Humans are in a constant state of cognitive dissonance and this is mercilessly exploited by those who wish to control us. “Shut up, I don’t want to hear it” is one expression of cognitive dissonance, or an effort to avoid it.

How often do we hear this said when a rigid belief system is faced with information that contradicts its reality?

Those words betray what happens when beliefs and perceptions are challenged by evidence.

To remove the dissonance, the stress of contradiction, people mostly either (a) dismiss the belief-challenging information as untrue, without further investigation, or (b) change their beliefs and assumptions in the light of new information or experience.

If you do the latter, cognitive dissonance can be a positive thing.

You learn from new information and experience and expand your awareness. Unfortunately, however, most people take the other route and try to protect their belief system from all challenge.

You see this most powerfully with religious believers, academics, scientists, doctors and those with a rigid political or cultural worldview.

If they had to choose between their belief system and greater understanding, their belief system wins every time.

George Orwell described what we now call cognitive dissonance as “doublethink” – the ability to hold two contradictory beliefs and accept that both are true.

Cognitive dissonance theory examples would be:

  • War is peace
  •  Freedom is slavery
  • Ignorance is strength
  • Security is freedom
  • The War on Anything (Drugs,terror,cancer,poverty etc.).

All these examples captures the self-delusion of cognitive dissonance. It is a human pandemic and needs to be explored even further.

Source:David Icke

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