Meditation has the key to Unlocking the universal knowledge.
From the beginning of time and space, a complex super computer system is keeping the records of all incidents and events in this universe. On the other hand you can say the universe itself is a super computer of information.
We (Every creature living in the universe) all are linked to this complex super computer system, and there is no exception. What we do/see everyday, are gotten stored in it, using an unknown frequency.
An awaken mind can access these records in his or her dream and, which leads to valuable scientific discoveries.
Nicholas Tesla, a Serbian-American inventor known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current electricity supply system. Some of his discoveries happened when they dreamed.
The famous E=MC2, the equation for the Theory of Relativity, is now synonymous with the name Albert Einstein. This theory, among other things, asserts that time travel is possible when energy and mass are equivalent and transmutable.
Einstein stated that his theory was inspired by a dream whereby he was hurtling down a mountainside. He speed faster and faster upon which he looked to the sky and saw the stars were altered in appearance as he approached the speed of light.
Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz is a remarkable figure in the history of chemical research, specifically organic chemistry. Twice Kekulé had dreams that led to major discoveries!
Kekulé discovered the tetravalent nature of carbon, the formation of chemical/ organic “Structure Theory”, but he did not make this breakthrough by experimentation alone. He had a dream! As he described in a speech given at the Deutsche Chemische Gesellschaft (German Chemical Society): Kekule Dreams and Discovery – Benzene Dream
“I fell into a reverie, and lo, the atoms were gamboling before my eyes! Whenever, hitherto, these diminutive beings had appeared to me, they had always been in motion; but up to that time, I had never been able to discern the nature of their motion. Now, however, I saw how, frequently, two smaller atoms united to form a pair; how a larger one embraced the two smaller ones; how still larger ones kept hold of three or even four of the smaller; whilst the whole kept whirling in a giddy dance. I saw how the larger ones formed a chain, dragging the smaller ones after them, but only at the ends of the chain. . . The cry of the conductor: “Clapham Road,” awakened me from my dreaming; but I spent part of the night in putting on paper at least sketches of these dream forms. This was the origin of the Structural Theory.”
We have given references of world-renowned figures, how they make remarkable achievements using their dreams. An awaken mind has the key to access. Those have been discussed happened to be awakened since their birth. Conversely, something triggered it on later stage.
Meditate. Get into a meditative state. This will not only raise your vibration, getting you closer to the frequencies you’re looking to connect with, but it will also quiet your mind, which is what gets in the way. The stream of Universal Knowledge is always open. You can’t stop it from flowing. But you can stop yourself from accessing it. Limiting beliefs, fears, and heightened emotional states can all “pinch off” the flow.
What you may not yet know is that more recent studies prove the benefits of meditation go even deeper than you may expect. For instance, a growing body of research shows that meditation physically strengthens your brain, with effects including increased cortical thickness, increased gray matter density, and improved white matter mechanisms.
Harvard neuroscientists were also stunned in a recent study that showed gray matter rebuilding itself in the brains of people who meditated just 20 minutes a day for 8 weeks!
And then there’s the matter of meditation programming you with better autopilot habits and thought patterns by upgrading your DNA sequencing. In fact it even prevents your telomere strands from shortening, which protects you against a host of illnesses like cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
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