Saturday 23 March 2013

Science shows that our hearts are connected..

Global Coherence Initiative
Global Coherence Initiative
Science is now showing that our hearts are connected and if this connection is strengthened and realized we can create shift in consciousness on the global scale. It appears that our consciousness affects magnetic field around the earth and if an effort of a larger group is directed at specific goal, this goal is measurable and visible with naked eye.
The Global Coherence Initiative is a science-based, co-creative project to unite people in heart-focused care and intention, to facilitate the shift in global consciousness from instability and discord to balance, cooperation and enduring peace.     

Only as a group we can make a difference in the world.  It is in our nature to want to contribute and give back. Collectively we can create a filed of thought which interacts with the earth  magnetic field, thus enabling even those who are not aware of the project and allow them to be more aligned with themselves and to receive benefits of common consciousness levels.


Visit these two website to investigate further.  

Perception of instability perpetuated by main stream media, creation of fear by agencies
designed to pass disinformation (e.g. Hollywood industry which is the master in creation of horror stories, basic instinct stimulation, creation of the perception of pleasure in holding of power, being rich and having accesses to unlimited powers), creates low level of human vibrations which are effective in severing the heart connection of the entire population. I talked about it in my other post Are we responsible for all what happens to us, including our health and wealth?

This kind of state is the needed component to maintain the status quo of hierarchy of power and slave-like relation of the mas population towards the rulers and world elite of power. In my view The Global Coherence Initiative is an attempt to bring consciousness level of humanity to such a level where false perception of scarcity, fear and need for governments with unlimited powers, will be changed to one of abundance, cooperation, self-ruling and peace.

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Friday 22 March 2013

Are our lives predetermined?

Winter night Photo by Bogdan Fiedur
Winter night Photo by Bogdan Fiedur

I'm finishing the book titled  "The Heart's Code" by Paul Pearsal, Ph.D.

This book is a scientific view of heart energies, called Energy Cardiology, and describes issues observed during and after heart transplantation as well other experiments in regards to heart research. Amongst many observations, there are significant proofs that recipient of a new heart inherits some of the characteristics of the donor.

What I would like to concentrate on today is rather different aspect of human heart.  The author of the above book, brings to our attention a study on identical twins where two brothers were separated at birth and adopted by two different families. The authors is pointing to heart connection between the two twins explaining why the two individuals leaving apart have so many similarities in their lives. 

Here is the list of remarkable similarities.
  • Both twins had been named James by their adoptive family.
  • The had each been married twice, the first time to women named Linda and the second time to wive named Betty.
  • They each named one of their sons James Alan.
  • They each had owned a dog they name Toy. 
  • They both reported a preference for Miller Lite beer, chain-smoked Salem cigarettes, and drove Chevrolets.
  • They each enjoyed the hobby of carpentry, which they practiced in similar basement workshops, making similar things. 
  • They both disliked baseball and said they were stock-car racing  buffs.
  • They had each served as sheriff's deputies in their respective communities.
  • They had each severely chewed their fingernails.     
  • Each was reported by their spouses to be very demonstrative in their affection and to constantly be leaving love notes around the house.
  • They had voted identically in three prior presidential elections.
  • Both said they were present oriented rather than past or future oriented
  • Both had taken several vacations to the same beach area in Florida. 
  • Their blood pressure, weight, pulse rates, and sleep patterns were nearly identical.
  • Both had suffered from hemorrhoids, had put on an extra ten pounds at the same time in their life, had undergone a vasectomy, had idenical brain-wave patterns in reaction to stress, and suffered from tension and  migraine headaches that usually began in the late afternoons and had begun to occur in their life at age eighteen.
When you look at the list of similarities, it is hard to deny that what happens here is more than coincidence.  Is this because these two individuals were connected energetically at birth being identical twins and their choices in life are influenced by each other at the distance without them realizing that, or simply our lives are predetermined in large degree and two identical twins are identical also on the energetic level (call it a soul), thus their choices are influence from the same spiritual realm.

It is interesting to note that identical twins are more similar if they are separated at birth than those which live together.

Bogdan Fiedur

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Thursday 21 March 2013

Broken Wing - Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover

Vine frozen in ice Photo by Bogdan Fiedur
Vine frozen in ice Photo by Bogdan Fiedur
Stories like this below we hear from time to time and get inspired by them. We are amazed by the human spirit and ways in which people get transformed. After we read story like this below, we feel emotions and are wanting to be part of events like this. Then we start doing things which support our lives and we forget about the story. We keep reading newspapers and watching the news which feed us with information about how dangerous is the world and how another criminal is on the lose. How we should rely more on police and government and how we should trust our elected leaders who will throw more money on security and build more jails. 

Hey this is to the leaders.

How about inspiring people more and telling them about transforming stories like these one below? How about instead of building more jails, building facilities and staffing them with people who can teach leadership and cooperation? How about providing social education for disadvantaged children and challenging them with creativity and positive contribution instead of labeling them and leaving them to play on the streets. I could go on and on. But I hope you get the point. If you are real leaders then lead, don't sell your empty promises and don't spend our money on projects which are only to strengthen your position.

Broken Wing - Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover
By Jim Hullihan
Some people are just doomed to be failures. That's the way some adults look at troubled kids. Maybe you've heard the saying, "A bird with a broken wing will never fly as high." I'm sure that T. J. Ware was made to feel this way almost every day in school.
By high school, T. J. was the most celebrated troublemaker in his town. Teachers literally cringed when they saw his name posted on their classroom lists for the next semester. He wasn't very talkative, didn't answer questions and got into lots of fights. He had flunked almost every class by the time he entered his senior year, yet was being passed on each year to a higher grade level. Teachers didn't want to have him again the following year. T. J. was moving on, but definitely not moving up.
I met T. J. for the first time at a weekend leadership retreat. All the students at school had been invited to sign up for ACE training, a program designed to have students become more involved in their communities. T. J. was one of 405 students who signed up.
When I showed up to lead their first retreat, the community leaders gave me this overview of the attending students: "We have a total spectrum represented today, from the student body president to T. J. Ware, the boy with the longest arrest record in the history of town." Somehow, I knew that I wasn't the first to hear about T. J.'s darker side as the first words of introduction.
At the start of the retreat, T. J. was literally standing outside the circle of students, against the back wall, with that "go ahead, impress me" look on his face. He didn't readily join the discussion groups, didn't seem to have much to say. But slowly, the interactive games drew him in.
The ice really melted when the groups started building a list of positive and negative things that had occurred at school that year. T. J. had some definite thoughts on those situations. The other students in T. J.'s group welcomed his comments. All of a sudden T. J. felt like a part of the group, and before long he was being treated like a leader. He was saying things that made a lot of sense, and everyone was listening. T. J. was a smart guy, and he had some great ideas.
The next day, T. J. was very active in all the sessions. By the end of the retreat, he had joined the Homeless Project team. He knew something about poverty, hunger and hopelessness. The other students on the team were impressed with his passionate concern and ideas. They elected T. J. co-chairman of the team. The student council president would be taking his instruction from T. J. Ware.
When T. J. showed up at school on Monday morning, he arrived to a firestorm. A group of teachers were protesting to the school principal about his being elected co-chairman. The very first communitywide service project was to be a giant food drive, organized by the Homeless Project team. These teachers couldn't believe that the principal would allow this crucial beginning to a prestigious, three-year action plan to stay in the incapable hands of T. J. Ware.
They reminded the principal, "He has an arrest record as long as your arm. He'll probably steal half the food." Mr. Coggshall reminded them that the purpose of the ACE program was to uncover any positive passion that a student had and reinforce its practice until true change can take place. The teachers left the meeting shaking their heads in disgust, firmly convinced that failure was imminent.
Two weeks later, T. J. and his friends led a group of 70 students in a drive to collect food. They collected a school record: 2,854 cans of food in just two hours. It was enough to fill the empty shelves in two neighborhood centers, and the food took care of needy families in the area for 75 days.
The local newspaper covered the event with a full-page article the next day. That newspaper story was posted on the main bulletin board at school, where everyone could see it. T. J.'s picture was up there for doing something great, for leading a record-setting food drive. Every day he was reminded about what he did. He was being acknowledged as leadership material.
T. J. started showing up at school every day and answered questions from teachers for the first time. He led a second project, collecting 300 blankets and 1,000 pairs of shoes for the homeless shelter. The event he started now yields 9,000 cans of food in one day, taking care of 70 percent of the need for food for one year.
T. J. reminds us that a bird with a broken wing only needs mending. But once it has healed, it can fly higher than the rest. T. J. got a job. He became productive. He is flying quite nicely these days.

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Tuesday 19 March 2013

Don't Worry Be Happy :):):)

Real winter Photo by Bogdan Fiedur
Real winter Photo by Bogdan Fiedur

Don't Worry, Be Happy
From the Movie "Cocktails"
Performed by Bobby McFerrin

Here is a little song I wrote
You might want to sing it note for note
Don't worry be happy
In every life we have some trouble
When you worry you make it double
Don't worry, be happy......

Ain't got no place to lay your head
Somebody came and took your bed
Don't worry, be happy
The land lord say your rent is late
He may have to litigate
Don't worry, be happy
Lood at me I am happy
Don't worry, be happy
Here I give you my phone number
When you worry call me
I make you happy
Don't worry, be happy
Ain't got no cash, ain't got no style
Ain't got not girl to make you smile
But don't worry be happy
Cause when you worry
Your face will frown
And that will bring everybody down
So don't worry, be happy (now).....

There is this little song I wrote
I hope you learn it note for note
Like good little children
Don't worry, be happy
Listen to what I say
In your life expect some trouble
But when you worry
You make it double
Don't worry, be happy......
Don't worry don't do it, be happy
Put a smile on your face
Don't bring everybody down like this
Don't worry, it will soon past
Whatever it is
Don't worry, be happy


Sunday 17 March 2013

Expert on lie detector discovers that plants can recognize people and more..

Snow during night Photo by Bogdan Fiedur
Snow during night Photo by Bogdan Fiedur

According to an expert on lie detectors,  Cleve Backster, founder of the FBI's polygraph unit, plants can feel, plants have ESP, plants are experts at detecting lies, plants can recognize people, plants have remote sensitivity and more.

Cleve Backster

Using  lie detector tests, Backster claimed that everything in the universe is interconnected and capable of producing emotional responses. For example polygraph was hooked to the plant. When Ceve Backster manged to create perception of a threat to the plant, polygraph readings would jump on the scale at the time of creation of the thought (in which he would imagine plant's leaves burning). He didn't actually need to burn the leaves of the plant, past experience of such an event and  the intention of the experimenter to repeat that act was enough to spike the reading of the lie detector.
Backster's biocommunications work is most famously discussed in The Secret Life of Plants by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird

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Saturday 16 March 2013

Doctor emptied a ward of mentally insane criminals by just saying a few words to himself

Frost paintings- Photo by Bogdan Fiedur
Frost paintings- Photo by Bogdan Fiedur

Dr. Hew Len, the Teacher of the healing system Ho'oponopono
Dr. Hew Len is hired as a psychologist in mental hospital (mentally insane criminals) and all he does, he sits in his office and looks through his patient's files. He puts himself in the position of the sick patient and takes full responsibility for what the patient did. Then he heals himself by using empathy and feeling of their pain and expressing love towards the person he was working on.  Sounds unreal? It might, but apparently this is true story. Within four years the entire ward was closed because there were no more sick people to be admitted there. This case happened more than 30 years ago in Hawaii State Hospital.

Check out the full story here. 

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Thursday 14 March 2013

I look where its good - I know about the bad, but I look for the good

Flower enjoying winter Photo by Bogdan Fiedur
Flower enjoying winter Photo by Bogdan Fiedur

Why you are so optimistic? Because life is so beautiful answers 105 year old Alice Somer Herz who survived concentration camp. 

Alice Somer former pianist believes that in order to be happy one has to have close relationship with music and be optimistic. One has to see beauty everywhere. She plays piano everyday to feel spiritual.  She believes that if one want something they can always achieve it.  Have satisfaction to have done something well as your guide to happiness. She is Jewish but music is her real religion.

Wednesday 13 March 2013

Is "giving away" a secret to happiness and health?

Manitoba winter night photo  by Bogdan Fiedur
Manitoba winter night photo  by Bogdan Fiedur
A retired Scottish-born man should have died long ago. Feeling sick from medication, he decides to give all his money away and have fun along the way. 11 years later (should be dead according to science and main stream medicine) he keeps giving away his retirement money and makes others happy. He keeps himself happy and thinks that even Bill Gates can't be as happy as himself.

After nine heart surgeries, "Harmonica Man" Andy Mackie stopped his prescriptions and used the money to spread the joy of music to kids. Watch Mackie in Steve Hartman's "Asssignment America."

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Tuesday 12 March 2013

If you knew what happens to you after death, would you live different life?

Beautiful sunset at Lake Manitoba   Photo Bogdan Fiedur

Graham Hancock experience with ayahuasca thought him a lesson and he decided to change direction of his life after he has been shown what awaits him after death if he doesn't change the way he lives. He discusses on TED how his consciousness changed and how he was awaken to the beauty of life and how he started understanding connection with his spirit. 

Graham Hancock is the author of The Sign and the Seal, Fingerprints of the Gods, Keeper of Genesis, Heaven's Mirror, Supernatural and other bestselling investigations of historical mysteries.

His books have been translated into twenty-seven languages and have sold over five million copies worldwide. His public lectures and broadcasts, including two major TV series, Quest for the Lost Civilisation, and Flooded Kingdoms of the Ice Age, have further established his reputation as an unconventional thinker who raises controversial questions about humanity's past. Hancock's first venture into fiction, Entangled, was published in 2010 and his second novel, War God, on the Spanish Conquest of Mexico, will be published on 30 May 2013. Hancock maintains an active Facebook presence: His website is:

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Monday 11 March 2013

No plow, no fertilizers, no herbicides and everything grows naturally

Tree in frost  Photo Bogdan Fiedur

For the first time I heard of this Japaneses farmer when I watched Animal Planet. 90 year old Masanobu Fukuoka was walking with two canes through his farm and showing to the camera crew his vegetable garden. The picture didn't look like a farm or a garden. Everything looked more like an accident . Under  scattered trees there were growing weeds, vegetables and herbs.  Chicken would run freely and there was no fences so wild animals could come and go at will. This was natural farming and permaculture at work.

Masanobu Fukuoka is a farmer/philosopher who lives on the Island of Shikoku, in southern Japan. His farming technique requires no machines, no chemicals and very little weeding. He does not plow the soil or use prepared compost and yet the condition of the soil in his orchards and fields improve each year. His method creates no pollution and does not require fossil fuels. His method requires less labor than any other, yet the yields in his orchard and fields compare favorably with the most productive Japanese farms which use all the technical know-how of modern science. 

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Sunday 10 March 2013

Gross National Happiness - A missing ingredient

Manitoba sunset Photo Bogdan Fiedur

Living in the world where progress and continuing growth are considered as the parameters of being well off, it sounds almost outlandish that someone would want to look into such other measuring indicators like e.g. happiness. Would it be not enough to ensure that everybody's index of happiness falls into the proper range as opposed to creating of unattainable goals of richness, big bank accounts and luxury, which contribute to greed, consumerism and wasteful spendings?  There is a place on earth right now where Happiness is being put on the same level like education and transportation. This place is Bhutan, a country of  population 750,000.

Gross National Happiness: A Look at Bhutan

(NaturalNews) Officials in the growing country of Bhutan in southern Asia have found that in the pursuit of economic development, people and society lose their culture, environment, and their social systems leading to significant problems. Bhutan has said, “That is not enough,” to this way of life according to Dasho Kinley Dorji, Ministry of Information and Communication.
In an interview in the documentary “Happy,” Dorji states that “GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is not enough. Humanity needs a higher goal for development and that is Gross National Happiness (GNH). We believe that this contentment, this happiness, lies within the ‘self’ and there is no external source.
A faster car, a bigger house, more fashionable clothes are not going to give you that contentment. They might give you fleeting pleasure, but not contentment….Gross National Happiness is important in that it makes us think about what we do; of ourselves as individuals, of society, of the world. To think rationally, think holistically, think spiritually.

Secluded Bhutan

Bhutan is an ancient culture secluded high in the Himalayas just south of Tibet. The current population is approximately 750,000 – about the size of San Francisco. With a history dating back 1,400 years, their origin can be traced to tribes from northern Burma and northeast India. This diverse background has created a very eclectic culture.
The Bhutanese are a people with unique customs and deeply held beliefs. To keep their traditional culture alive, they wear traditional clothing that has been worn for centuries. Men wear a “gho,” a long robe tied around the waist by a small belt called a “kera,” and women wear a “kira,” a ankle-length dress made from beautiful colors and finely woven fabrics.
To protect their sacred traditions, Bhutan has tight restrictions on tourism. Only 64,000 tourists were allowed to visit the country in 2011 and the numbers in the future are not expected to increase. They consider it “safeguarding their treasures.” Bhutan is the only country in the world to retain the Tantric form of Mahayana Buddhism as its official religion.
The Buddhist faith has played a key role in their culture, social and ethical foundation. It permeates every aspect of secular life. The Bhutanese diet is rich in meat and poultry, dairy, rice, and vegetables.
According to Dorji,”Gross National Happiness is the responsibility of the government to create an environment where citizens can pursue happiness.” In terms of environment, the law says that 60 percent of Bhutan must always be forest. In terms of culture, their monasteries and schools are preserved and protected from development. Subsequently, the Bhutanese government has established rules of dress, language, and architecture to create this environment.
Bhutan has only recently pursued GNH and time will tell how successful they will be.

Read the full article here.
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Saturday 9 March 2013

Are we responsible for all what happens to us, including our health and wealth?

Manitoba winter night  Photo Bogdan Fiedur
So called DNA Phantom effect demonstrated by Russian physicists Vladimir Poponin, shows that energy around us is affected by our DNA.

Do we care about it and why should we?

If our DNA has effect on our surrounding, this means that regardless of if we say something, or just think it, we are sending a message to the Universe. Regardless of if we are having positive thoughts or negative ones, they are being sent and are effecting world around us.

E.g if we have positive thoughts, the weave lengths of energy we emanate are short with higher frequency while negative are the opposite, long and with low frequency.  Not only energy we send is being picked up subconsciously by other organisms around us, but it affects our own physical system. 

Knowing this we can now understand that being around negative person will affect our physical and emotional being in a negative way. Adequately positive individual will affect world around them in a positive way. If w see around us lots of negativity this can be result of our own negative emotions which are being picked up by others. In addition we will attract other people who are compatible with our frequency of energy being sent out. The conclusion is, be positive more often to find positive world around you.

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