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DNA MONTHLY
your FREE online resource for cutting-edge news about who you truly are February 2008 (Vol. 4, No. 2) Food for Thought: "There is an energy going on within this planet that we call planetary
life-force. It's the very energy you call Gaia ... In general, what happens on this planet regarding consciousness literally changes the cellular structure of your body ... You're about to have something very, very interesting take place. The potential is for the life-force of this planet ... to shift in such as way that it will change the diseases that humanity is used to dealing with ... You're about to see shift and change ... and you wonder why you're so tired? The life-force of your planet is going to change and ... put a lid on some of the diseases that have been uncontrollable. The reason is because you have chosen to change the planet, and with it, you're going to change 'planetary health consciousness.' Get used to it. There's a consciousness [here] that allows for certain kinds of disease to even exist. Remember that your biology is part of the dirt of the earth."
Kryon, Lifting the Veil: The New Energy Apocalypse (The Kryon Writings, Inc., 2007)

FEATURED IN THE FEBRUARY 2008 ISSUE OF DNA MONTHLY
1. "Creator, Creation & the State of the World," by D. K. as channeled by Catherine Bean Weser & Skip Wolff 2. "Introducing Our Second & Third Brains: We Do Think with Our Heart & Instinct," by Gabriella Kortsch 3. "Our DNA: The Source & Goal We Call God," by Divyaa Kummar Also, Also ... DNA-related Definition of the Month & Did You Know?

1. Creator, Creation & the State of the World D. K. as channeled by Catherine Bean Weser & Skip Wolff
[Editor's Note: Catherine Bean Weser is a conscious channel for the Tibetan known historically as Dwahl Khul. She has worked with this energy as a teacher since 1982 when in meditation, a presence announced itself as a profound teacher in the One Life. Whether DK exists or not is of little significance; the guidance Catherine receives when in meditative states has been found to be illuminating and valuable to her many clients all over the world. The following is an interaction between Catherine (CBW), Skip Wolff (ESW), and the Dwahl Khul teacher energy (DK).]

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CBW: We ask simply to move into a deeper place--a place of comfort, safety, and security. It is where we ask for information and energy to come from the highest realms of light. We ask that everything in this session be of service to all who will come across it, calling in the teacher, Dwahl Khul, and taking just take a moment of silence as we bring that energy into the session and begin. DK: Good day, Dear Ones. We are here to serve and aid you. We look energetically into the topic of the evolution of humanity and how consciousness as the source of evolution contributes to a feeling of hope, wellbeing and deeper knowing that life--the One Life--is unfolding into ever greater magnificence. One has to understand consciousness itself as a paradox. Whenever consciousness expands--whenever there is more that consciousness must contain or hold--the usual sense of duality present in one's experience has to be paradoxically incorporated into Oneness. If you are going to have an expansion in your consciousness, you must be able to contain within your consciousness oftentimes contradictory information--things that seem illogical-things that do not fit in the usual dualistic structure and rational way of understanding. This is true especially if you are trying to understand the course of your life or the nature of your existence through the intelligence of your mental body. At the foundation of consciousness exists the paradox of life being simultaneously the Creator and the Creation. Every human is constantly creating his or her life at the same time as experiencing him or herself as the creation of life (the result of seemingly external forces). To understand human evolution and to see consciousness as the source of evolution, one must see oneself as participating in evolution both as Creator and Creation of evolutionary forces. It is important to recognize that a lot of imbalances in society--from the individual level up--come from difficulty in containing the seemingly contradictory information of being simultaneously Creator and Creation. From our perspective people tend to get hung up on being the Creator--often a very selfcentered attitude full of desire that is ultimately unsustainable, unfulfillable. People get stuck on being the Creator and, in so doing, blame themselves for everything they create instead of rejoicing in their Creation. In parallel fashion people can get hung up on being the Creation--being a victim to the "big bad world out there" and to everything that seems to have more power and ability than they have. Such imbalances occur primarily as a result of feeling the contracting energy of fear. Fear underlies any sense of crisis accompanying a process of human evolution that is natural--full, complete, yet underway. Fear is the energy that enables an individual to leap to a higher level of consciousness when used properly and appropriately; but it is also the energy that can promote imbalance. At this point in human evolution, what has been understood as desire has been infused with fear--the fear of getting enough--the fear of not getting enough--the fear of not being fulfilled--an addictive, desperate sense of want which is never really identified, but exists underneath the surface causing an individual to struggle and experience tremendous anger and difficulty with self and life. It is this element of desire, present in both human individuals and systems (including governments, corporations, and all sorts of associations), that ultimately fuels that which facilitates the end of the existing system. If you look at any system--whether the living system of the human individual, the living system of a group of individuals, or Earth itself as a living system--at the end of its old structure, in the course of structural breakdown and the birth of a new system, there is an element of fear which plays out as desire infused with anger. It is this energy that ultimately breaks things apart--takes people in different directions--creates a certain kind of chaos and ultimately brings about a crisis that must be addressed. The crisis must be viewed as the old structure coming apart in order for it to be

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recreated--put together in a new way--and experienced as the opportunity for a new Creation. Here we see the Creation-Creator paradox in action. Now, from our perspective change can occur seemingly from the outside due to environmental conditions, or change can occur from the inside due to internal dynamics. This two-way street once again illustrates the creational paradox that must be integrated into an understanding of the way consciousness expands so that we can see consciousness expansion as the nature of evolution. Evolution unfolds as a result of consciousness expansion, which requires the paradox of seemingly contradictory information that is ultimately integrated. Change occurs simultaneously on the inside and the outside. People change because something occurs inside of them which insists on change. They also change because something seems to occur outside of them that forces them to change. Real change as part of consciousness expansion, and therefore evolution, happens when "inside" and "outside" forces collaborate in what might seem irrational and chaotic ways that ultimately reveal themselves as a profoundly structured, orchestrated and magnificent process. All metacellular organisms go through this process of experiencing themselves as both Creator and Creation. Hope is recognizing that all comes from One--that all is One Life--and that the nature of human existence is to evolve through Consciousness Expansion into an understanding that brings deep and lasting recognition of our essential Oneness. We are talking about the realization that as things become infinitely more expanded, they also become infinitely more unified. It is in the paradoxical appreciation for expansion and contraction that one rides this wave of evolution in a way which--through gratitude and appreciation--finally recalls that there is really nothing other than hope. We are talking about a deep recognition and realization that wherever humans are going-wherever the species is moving--evolution is accomplished through individual intention as well as the intention of all life, the intention of the One Life. We are talking about recongizing that all is well even as we feel that some things could improve. We are talking about accepting that fear exists, that fear infuses desire and thereby fuels action. That desire has become addictive and greed-based is a harbinger of a compelling breakthrough which will allow an even deeper and more profound creativity to emerge--the kind of creativity where the individual has a sense of being absolutely autonomous and in charge of creating and recreating, while at the same time recognizing him or herself as part of the One Life creating and recreating itself. When we look at this evolutionary leap that is underway in the human species, we would say it is significant. It is profound. It is the movement from belief in oneself as separate, alone and identified more profoundly by individual differences, to a much broader re-identification of self as part of a whole. This movement has to do with a certain kind of interaction which creates congruence among people. It has to do with all people becoming themselves, doing what they love to do, living their lives fully in gratitude, peace and love--and starting to see the resonance gained when one person is living this way and the person next door is also. This situation creates a local structural congruence which then impacts all larger structures. Ultimately, the larger structures become so full of congruence they become sustainable. Sustainability cannot occur without a certain degree of congruence--without recognition that all which exists within its structure is at once unique and universal. Such systemic congruence enables all systems present to reinforce and support each other. This is a biological model whereby each individual cell retains its particular nature while becoming part of a larger system willingly, peacefully, and lovingly. There are many ways in which the whole process of one's life can be recognized as a balancing act between the sense of being unique, individual and separate, and the sense of being part of something larger and

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more complex. Being comfortable in this paradox means coming to a place of understanding where you can be comfortable with who you are. Many people believe that the outside is greater or that the inside is more profound. The truth is, however, that life is a constantly shifting experience whereby one moves from "outside" to "inside," and vice versa, in order to expand the boundaries that were initially created for comfort but have become too restrictive. As one becomes oneself, one starts to recognize that boundaries are amorphous. There is no real definition of self or feeling of who one is that will ever fit perfectly all the time. The ongoing search for points of reference through which to define oneself is, of course, the nature of consciousness exanding--and the source of evolution itself. It is up to humans, in their expanding consciousness, to appreciate what is now while anticipating what is next with an open-minded and -hearted delight in the change that is underway. Whatever appears as crisis--as difficulty, restriction, constriction, fear, anger, greed, etc.--as anything that is not in service to greater peace and love on the planet, is to be understood as part of the natural evolution toward a global state of cooperation and peace. The understanding that in times of crisis there is greater struggle must be accompanied by the realization that directly underneath the surface is the development of a new cooperation. An experience of what is next is constantly held within what is now--and within this paradox evolution moves forward. It is this movement that constitutes the "isness" of evolution. We are simply here to encourage everyone to recognize that within every struggle--whether personal, governmental, economic, or otherwise--exists that seed of "thrival," which is connectedness and wholeness within a holographic universal perspective that is real, true, and alive. It can be useful to let go of the kinds of projections into the future that occur when one is afraid--when one is in the midst of one's current struggle--and instead find that seed of consciousness that is the point from which expansion occurs that holds potential for thrival. Simply knowing it exists--remembering to touch it from time to time--can move consciousness forward and thus contribute to evolution. While this has been a very esoteric discussion, we can also be very practical and clear. We would like to do that especially through questions which we will answer. ESW: What came to mind was a musical analogy within which maybe we can talk about all the paradoxes and the whole Creator-Creation dynamic and the different levels of the holon. If we look at each of us as the player of an instrument--each of us is a member of an orchestra and we play one instrument--there is something about being both Creator and Creation of the music where we start out with Johnny One Note, and then move into congruence with another, then with another, and another, until we are approaching the Music of the Spheres. See if the analogy works in terms of us as individuals and all the seeming dissonance we are creating at the moment, and then look at all the different levels of holons from individual to small cells or groups to countries or governments to the whole of humanity. Does it make sense to talk this way? DK: It is true, looking at an orchestra as an analogy, that each individual note--each individual player--each individual instrument--as well as the groups of instruments--the groups of notes--ultimately creates a kind of harmony containing within it moments and experiences of dissonance. There is not a singularity but a complexity that is far more interesting and therefore creative. More material for creativity exists in complexity and chaos than in singularity, yet singularity can hold the potential for all creativity--all Creation. Each individual is a conglomerate of systems of other "individuals"--cells, particles, atoms, etc. It is as if each individual is a universe unto him or herself while at the same time being part of the multiverse of All That Is. It is in the realm of consciousness that one can "know" this

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multiverse, which cannot necessarily be described or expressed rationally. Does that make sense? ESW: Yes. In my own case, metaphorically speaking, I think I am often a flute player who is trying to play a bassoon or the drums. I am often not playing my own instrument. I am not doing what I love to do and that is not creating the kind of congruence and the whole creative experience I want. When you were first talking about congruence, what came to mind was an artists' community in which all of that creative energy comes together and creates a synergy so everyone is energized by it and creates at higher and higher levels. I was thinking that that also has to be part of this whole analogy or metaphor throughout every level of every system. DK: We would agree. We would also comment on the understanding that if you are not doing what you want to be doing--if you think you are playing a bassoon when you really are a flute player--all you have to change is your perception. It is not even that you have to get a flute tomorrow. It is that through a certain kind of appreciation of the bassoon--appreciation of yourself and your contribution and the glory of who you are as whatever kind of bassoon player you are--you can have the experience of sheer delight in life. Do you understand? ESW: Yes. There is a part of all of us that really longs to belong--to be part of something greater than ourselves--to know that we are truly contributing--that we are making a difference. Often we have a lot of pictures or ideals of how that should be done or what it looks like that don't fit for who each of us is as an individual, so we do anything except be who we are really designed to be in an attempt to be part of something greater than us. One of the things I see emerging on the underbelly or in an undercurrent of all the seeming chaos is a huge movement toward giving and contributing. It is in giving that people are experiencing meaning, contribution, and a sense of making a difference. I think Clinton's book, Giving, is a reflection of that. When we look at all the natural disasters and people's responses, whether it was individuals going to New Orleans or contributing to tsunami victims, people are recognizing the deeper satisfaction in giving than in getting and spending. It seems that each of us needs to rediscover who we are in terms of being a giver-a contributor--how each of us can best be of service in a way that is natural but that we often discount because it is natural and seems too easy in this culture of "no pain, no gain." DK: What we would say to that is that people often want to make a contribution and have-as you state--these ideas and pictures of what their contribution should look like, yet the contribution that is simple, natural and motivated by a pure sense of being part of the One Life is usually the best contribution. Natural disasters and difficulties occurring all over the planet are actually giving people permission to be simple and easy with their contribution rather than clinging to erroneous pictures and idealized versions of what they should be doing and how they should be contributing. This is a great gift. It is a wonderful recognition of the opportunity which comes out of crisis. Do you follow? ESW: Yes. I think the piece of it which may not get followed up on as well as it could be is that when we have that experience of pure giving and the joy it brings, we come back out into a world of shoulds. In the biological model what is no longer needed melts away. It transforms. It becomes something else just as the caterpillar melts into becoming a butterfly. I think we need some ability to know how, but also the intention to let go of anything that is keeping us from living in that pure place of giving which does bring such joy. It is acculturation to shoulds which needs to be released. It does not serve anymore. DK: We agree that the culture of shoulds is really a culture in which the individual has given up his or her own inner authority--given up their sense of themselves as a unique and whole person whose basic motivation is to love and be loved in favor of some kind of external authoritative recipe for success. Those recipes simply don't work any longer. They served a

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purpose, but they are no longer necessary or even appropriate for this particular stage of human evolution and consciousness. ESW: It seems that the shoulds are aligned with the energy of force--not the natural expression of self, but forcing oneself to be something one isn't. One of the examples that [biologist Elisabet] Sahtouris gives in the biological model is of genetically modified food. The whole response of the genome to it is rejection. The basic conclusion that I took from that is that force does not work. DK: Exactly. There is a natural, easy and peaceful way to realize that one simply is as one is and does not have to become something else. ESW: We were talking before about the motivation to love and be loved. I think one's idea of one's own lovability is what underlies and drives this need to be different. Many people did not feel loved as children and are constantly trying to remake themselves into somebody lovable without realizing that the natural expression of who they are is the most lovable one. I think this is a huge issue for many people and I'd like for you to talk about how can we trust that we are lovable when we are being our most natural selves. DK: It comes back to desire and fear. When desire is pure, it is simply fuel for Creation. If you desire to be lovable and it is a pure desire, you have the fuel--the energy--to act in lovable ways. It is natural and easy. If you are afraid that you are not lovable--if you are angry because your parents never loved you--if you infuse a natural and pure desire to be lovable with difficult energies, you move out of the natural experiential state of acting from pure desire into a focus and attention on results--on what you get--on all sorts of things outside of natural experience--in other words, outside of the evolutionary construct which is easy. Such behavior will usually result in rejection because there is no longer a relaxation into the experience, but more of a fear-based struggle to get something. It is important for people to understand this because we see many people who are sure that their intention to achieve something spiritual is necessary and important, yet it is loaded with too much fear and anger to ever get anywhere. Do you follow? ESW: Partly. What came up for me when you started talking was the issue of whether we trust that we are basically good or believe that we are evil or sinners. It changes everything-that belief. Right now we have a rampant belief in many parts of the world that we are not good. DK: And we have a tremendous belief that we are good and everyone else is bad simultaneously. ESW: Yes. Absolutely. DK: A spiritual ambition or desire to achieve or be something other than what is can take one out of natural expression. Then one's experience becomes filled with rejection. What is needed is the realization that lovability is. It just is. Love is life. Life is love. Love is the core of consciousness. It is never something that is going to be attained, bound, held, or contained. It is always something that is simply in existence. If one can get to a place of recognizing the mystery of things like love, consciousness and evolution--if one can embrace the mysteriousness of it all--one will have greater comfort than by trying to make life a series of tangible, results-oriented steps. Does that make sense? ESW: Yes. At the beginning you spoke of the paradoxes of containing duality and how love is the energy that allows us to do that. How do we move to a place of love in a very real and practical way when we are faced with people who would like to do us in?

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DK: You must love such individuals from a compassionate recognition of their humanity-from a realization that they are someone's sons, daughters, brothers, and sisters--from a realization that in the whole of the Earth's living system--in the One Life--such individuals are expressing something that contributes to the whole. While you may judge the contribution to be negative or difficult, it is still a particular contribution that is present in the One Life of everything that exists. In the One Life--in all of existence--there are individuals whose actions are harmful, whose pain is great. While you don't have to condone their actions or attempt to alleviate their pain (there are no requirements for you to interact with them in any particular manner), the opportunity exists for you to simply recognize that there is a human presence there and as part of the One Life, there is some kind of resonance between you. Do you understand? ESW: Yes. If we talk about the Law of Attraction, then we have a choice as to what we focus on. Am I correct that if we pull attention away from what we would describe as negative or harmful things, they will of their own accord eventually fall away? And if we at the same time invest our attention and energy in the Creation of the new, then we are going to begin to attract more and more resonance to the Creation of the new to the point where that becomes the dominant force in our world? DK: Yes. Your opportunity as a human being is to have dominion over your thoughts, intentions, and perceptions. There is a greater you who can shift--who can move--who can always seek what seems to be the most loving and supportive understanding of any situation. It is in gaining a certain kind of dominion over your thoughts that one creates happiness. And yes--in the midst of sheer ecstatic joyfulness, everything other than that falls away. ESW: Which brings us back to playing our own part in the orchestra and participating in whatever music is being played or creating new music. DK: Absolutely. Correct. Other questions? ESW: Not at the moment. DK: Then we will simply suggest that for this upcoming year of 2008, holding the intention of seeing the new, which is being created by you even as you are being created by it, is really the opportunity which is going to bring the greatest joy to all. The year 2008 is an important turning point in human evolution. It is a year when all who have dominion over their thoughts, perceptions, actions, emotions, etc., will be part of the Creation of the new. Being part of the Creation of the new is full of tremendous love, peace, and absolute delight. We suggest that you explore the new as a focus in your life this year and watch how things unfold. Experiment by loving it all. We now bring our time together to a close. From the head, the hand and the heart, so be it. And so it is.
Copyright (c) 2008 by Catherine Bean Weser & Skip Wolff. All Rights Reserved. [Catherine Bean Weser is a conscious integrated channel who has conducted workships in the United States and Europe, assisting individuals with understanding themselves and the energetics of their life situations. Catherine's work has been featured on major European television networks and in publications throughout the Western world. Since 1982 she has worked in nonphysical partnership with Dwahl Khul in channeling the S.E.L.F. (Super Essential Light Field). Catherine is also a decoder of the Tzolkin, specializing in the application of birth information mapped into the Mayan Calendar and revealed as practical wisdom and guidance. For more information visit http://www.knowonelife.com. To inquire about private sessions in person or by telephone, contact Catherine at catherineweser@yahoo.com. Skip Wolff is a retired writer and transformational counselor with a compelling need to understand consciousness evolution and its relationship to individual and collective experience. She initiated a series of explorations with Catherine and Dwahl Khul in 1999 for that purpose. She may be reached through Catherine.]

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DNA-related Definition of the Month Healing: ultimately self-directed process leading to enlightenment that involves transcending duality by returning to unity consciousness, reuniting with Source as an individuated being, and becoming "whole." Healing is to be distinguished from curing, which is the alleviation of a symptom or ailment in oneself or another without necessarily producing healing.

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2. Introducing Our Second & Third Brains: We Do Think with Our Heart & Instinct Gabriella Kortsch
Neuroscientists have finally done it! They have demonstrated that we have a brain in our heart and another in our intestines. What we have in each of these, in actual fact, is an extensive mass of neurons that behave in a fashion similar to the neurons contained in the brain, and that appear to function at mega-speeds, often much greater than those of our cerebral neurons. Our Second Brain The second brain consists of about 100 billion nerve cells in the digestive tract --a greater number than in the spinal cord. Professor W. Prinz of the Max Planck Institute for Psychological Research in Munich indicated to Geo Magazine that it is possible that unconscious decisions are made by the stomach network, and are later claimed by the main brain as conscious decisions of its own. This second brain was brought to light by neuro-biologist Michael Gershon of New York's Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, author of The Second Brain. When asked if the brain in our heads influences our second brain, he replied that it does, and that we get butterflies in the stomach when the brain sends a message of anxiety to the gut. This, in turn, sends messages back to the brain that it is not happy. However--and this is perhaps the most riveting part--the brain in the gut can also work in isolation.

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The Third Brain With his revolutionary research the University of Montreal's pioneer neurocardiologist J. Andrew Armour first introduced the concept of a functional heart brain in the 1990s. This brain in the heart-like the brain in the digestive tract--may also act independently of the brain in the head. The size of this brain, according to California's Institute of HeartMath is as great as a number of the principle areas of the brain in the head. Studies discussed in Brain and Values have shown that the consistency of the rhythm found in the heart brain is capable of changing--sometimes in spectacular fashion--how effectively the thinking brain functions. In theory, this means that what occurs on a feeling level has the capacity to deeply influence what occurs on a thinking level. In The HeartMath Solution, co-authored by Doc Childre and H. Martin, an in-depth look is taken at the heart and its association with the mind and body. This contributes to the newly emerging view of the heart as a complex, self-organized system that maintains a continuous two-way dialogue with the brain and the rest of the body. Research available at the HeartMath website and published in major medical journals demonstrates that the heart has a significant influence on the function of our brains and all our bodily systems. Imagine the implications! Those who live by "instinct," who "listen" to their gut, who make decisions based on what their heart tells them rather than their logical brain, now know that although that may not necessarily always be the right way to go, the evidence clearly shows that in order to make decisions based on all of their knowledge, they should apply not only that which their logical brain tells them, but also what their feeling brain (heart) and instinctive brain (gut) have given them to understand. Cutting-edge Research Keeping up with cutting-edge research is fascinating because you are able to discover what is happening in the intriguing world of avant-garde thought and progress long before any of it hits the mainstream. Thus you can begin to apply new information long before everyone else is talking about it. The only reason that is important is because being at the forefront can make an enormous difference in the quality of your life--sometimes just because it changes the way you think about things. As an example, a relatively recent (2006) article by Alex Celma in the weekend supplement of the Spanish daily El Pais referred to the value of tenderness, not just in the sense of tenderness in relationships, but how tenderness can be implicit in thinking actions and make a difference in decisions. A few weeks later, an article in the German weekly Der Spiegel referred to the fact that more and more researchers, psychologists, neuroscientists and even philosophers are paying record amounts of attention to the study of intuition, some of whom have gone so far as to state that human intuition is much sharper and stronger than reason. Albert Einstein stated that "the intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." Clearly, he recognized the priceless value of intuition over reason, while simultaneously expressing that reason evidently plays an important role. Concurring with Aristotle who said that "intuition is the source of scientific knowledge," Einstein also stated, "I believe in intuition and inspiration; at times I feel certain I am right while not knowing the reason." Antonio Damasio, the Iowa University-based neuroscientist and author of the highly acclaimed Looking for Spinoza: Joy, Sorrow, and the Feeling Brain, has demonstrated, based on extensive experience and studies with neurological patients, that every decision an individual makes needs an emotional impulse, because human beings cannot act based

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purely on reason. In his earlier book Descartes's Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain, Damasio insisted that the renowned philosopher’s axiom "I think, therefore I am" is a mistake, and that it should read: I feel, therefore I am--which became the motivational slogan of Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence. Paying Attention to All Our Brains Robert K. Cooper, author of The Other 90%: How to Unlock Your Vast Untapped Potential for Leadership and Life, writes that many people have learned not to pay attention to the butterflies in the stomach (gut) and what the heart is feeling because it is so much easier to let the head lead the way, thus trampling over possibly better choices that might put all of the different sources of intelligence to use. As a society we have very much undermined and sabotaged the knowing we receive from our feelings and intuition. Even when we are wont to give such knowing value, due to consistent and damaging connotations connected to feelings and intuition, we often hesitate to give them any consideration when they arise in us. Research such as that described in this article is very encouraging, because it may persuade many who might not otherwise do so to pay greater attention to such knowing, and to begin to use it in their daily lives.
Copyright (c) 2008 by Gabriella Kortsch. All Rights Reserved. [Gabriella Kortsch, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, clinical hypnotherapist, relationship coach, author, professional speaker and radio show host who has appeared in numerous television programs. She can help you move towards greater personal and relationship success with her integral approach to life and offers workshops in the field of self-development and choosing responsibility for the self. Visit http://www.advancedpersonaltherapy.com for more information, to listen to her weekly radio show in English, and to sign up for her newsletter in English or Spanish.]

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3. Our DNA: The Source & Goal We Call God Divyaa Kummar
We often think in terms of gods creating us; but in truth it is we who create our gods! As humans, we sense our purest qualities and highest ideals encoded in our very DNA, but unable to accept them as "self," we view them outside us initially. Seers of earlier days viewed these highest potentials, qualities and essences that we truly are, and in order to describe them to the masses, gave them form and name. Life force became Shiva; abundance became Lakshmi; wisdom became Saraswati, etc. To further

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elaborate on these qualities or essences, whose innumerable facets are highly nuanced--for example, life force can be thought of as simultaneously power, will, desire, and even awareness--stories and mythologies were woven around them. This is an example of anthropomorphism, whereby we personalize or humanize an abstract quality to understand it better, even giving it a human name, form, and history! It seems human nature to bring the abstract to life to understand it better. The intangible aspects that make up our universe and explain what creation is were too subtle to be grapsed initially otherwise. Through such stories humankind could more easily understand and identify the purer nuances of Self--and thus seek to be them. These stories also tended to project our source, our God, outside ourselves as our pure vision for ourselves, our goal. The fact is, however, that the qualities described in our mythologies are immanent in our DNA, the record keeper that keeps the whole of our being intact while we play the game of separation and ignorance. The word "pure" is used without judgment in terms of being better than, for instance, "dense." The only difference between pure and dense is their vibratory frequency. Thus, while pure does refer to our "finer" vibrations, in the larger picture it is these finer aspects of Self which choose the denser experiences to add, ultimately, to their finesse! In other words, finer aspects of Self explore the denser realms to add to the perfection of Self. In this process perfection doesn't remain a static state of being. Yet while we explore the more tangible realms, we retain our purest aspects outside us as gods to merge with! And within us, our DNA propels us forward as seekers. If our thoughts and feelings are the power through which we create life, it follows that a critical mass of humans conjuring their gods in any given instance will actually create these forms on inner levels. In such cases we feel the "presence" of these gods and consider them "real," thereby strengthening our belief in "them" and adding to the vitality that we first created, ourselves, on the inner planes. In so doing, we literally draw succor from these tangible (if not physical) forms that hold (or are shaped by) our own highest potentials! If we can now make our gods more human(e)--not merely view them in the lofty, out of reach way appropriate to early humankind--our gods will indeed exist as you and I do ... and the new avatars that the world has been waiting for will finally be. Now is the time, and you are such an avatar! Let's take this a step further and view our mythological gods even more clearly as the pure potentials and qualities of ourselves inherent in our DNA. I contend that our historical gods, such as Buddha, Jesus, Mahavir and Mohammed (to name a few), were human beings just like us who succeeded in actualizing these pure genetic potentials within themselves. Similarly, we are yet unknown gods unraveling the potential in our DNA--what science sometimes describes as extending the frontiers of our brain. As for the God-self from which we metaphorically "descend" ... it isn't outside as we usually imagine. There is no outside, only the cosmic play of the Whole that we ourselves are. We are here in this time and space to grasp this truth at a deeper level than merely the intellectual--to play the game of becoming God ... within! Our historical gods (like all of us) are each a unique exploration of the Whole; a finely honed focus of the Whole--actualizing an inimitable, distinctive aspect of the Whole. Thus each god displays a different facet, with no one "teaching" exactly the same things. Sometimes humanity gets confused as to what is the truth. That's the whole point of creation, in which each individuation explores and actualizes a unique aspect of the Whole for the Whole.

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We imbue the Whole with a unique slant. We desire a distinctive experience of and for the Whole. We must not become perplexed by what the different gods are saying, but take from each god what helps us create our own vision and realization in and of the Whole. For if we all "go back" with the same picture of our travels here, what a waste of eternity! Yet bear in mind that actualizing any one aspect of our divinity to its fullest potential automatically leads to actualize all our other divine qualities--for each facet is only a doorway. Once we "enter" the Whole through it, we actualize all that is within. If we keep in mind that our external gods, in the largest sense, are "earlier" aspects of Self, we do not feel so distanced from our highest potentials. Indeed, the gods are never stagnant, finished ... but change and expand every moment through us--their "selves." Perfection is a dynamic state of being ... not an end in itself. We contribute to our god selves even as they to us ... What a beautiful cycle!
Copyright (c) 2008 by Divyaa Kummar. All Rights Reserved. [Divyaa Kummar is a spiritual facilitator from Bombay, India, reaching out to many through her weekly discourses, workshops, personal sessions, and writings. She also conducts regular meditation sessions (in theta or higher states of awareness) blending ancient dhyana techniques with a more current, modern approach. She describes these sessions as using words to go beyond words towards "experiencing" all that we "know" intellectually. This has been called raising kundalini or expanding the energy fields and chakra system. She also uses (and teaches) the Tarot as a symbolic language to communicate with inner aspects of Self in which divination is not viewed in terms of predictions but optimally in terms of self-knowledge. For more information visit http://www.divyaakummar.com.]

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