Quantum Energy Theory sheds tremendous light on the mystery of human evolution in relationship to our life experiences, our behaviors and our expectations. Many of you have probably heard that subatomic particles, such as quarks often conform to the expectations of the observer. This supports the hypothesis that the physical world around us is an exquisite metaphor for our inner beliefs, expectations and perceptions of self. In other words, what we call reality in life (material world) is a relative reality that is created by a higher organizing principle in response to our current beliefs and perceptions of self. And what is that higher organizing principle that creates our experiences every moment of our lives, in response to how we perceive ourselves in relationship to everything around us?
Astrophysicists are beginning to shed light on that question. In fact, they have recently begun to acknowledge the existence of an invisible organizing force in the universe that brings matter together in unique ways. They call this force dark matter, which may sound ominous and unsettling to some of us, but it's called that simply because it’s invisible. This invisible force appears to abhor randomness and prefer cohesion, thus organizing the entire universe into the stunning galaxies and beautiful formations that we often see in magazines and online. Dark matter is like an invisible sticky glue that holds everything in place and explains why billions of stars, planets, comets, asteroids, gases, space dust and galaxies are attracted to one another. Astrophysicists have also concluded that dark matter is everywhere, and it even travels through our own bodies. Perhaps this dark matter isn't invisible, but simply vibrating at frequencies that are much higher than our visual range.
Our own emotions might provide a key to what this force really is. There seems to be a universal force in all of humanity and even the animal kingdom, that brings us together to help, rescue, and support total strangers or helpless animals during natural or manmade disasters? Something much greater than us seems to kick in during these moments. Might this universal cohesive organizing force that moves us to put our own lives at risk to rescue another human being or helpless animal, be love? And, might the link between our souls and this universal organizing principle be divine love? In other words, our own souls may be a direct conduit and personal intermediary between us and the higher organizing principle we call divine love. If so, then perhaps we truly are the masters of our own destiny and our souls are the creators within that base their creations on our perceptions of self. In fact, even our parents, relatives, and early life peers are part of our soul's creation.
Immediately after birth, our soul uses the innate perceptions of self we brought to this world from previous lifetimes to create (or attract) our childhood experiences. As we grow and evolve beyond who we were at birth, and begin letting go of our initial perceptions of self and expectations, our souls likewise begin to base their creation on a mix the past life perceptions and expectations we haven't let go of yet, with our newly developed beliefs, expectations and perceptions of self. It appears that our perceptions of self are not the product of our life experiences, after all, but rather our life experiences are the product of our perceptions of self in relationship to everything around us.
Like quarks that conform to the expectations of the observer, our life experiences conform to our expectations and perceptions of self. Our souls create everything we experience in the outer world as a perfect metaphor for how we perceive ourselves. The good news here is that our souls are completely invested in our evolution, and support our perception of self and expectations unconditionally. If our souls are a direct conduit to that universal organizing principle that we call divine love, then perhaps it is the divine creator within that we have been told by religion our entire lives is separate from us. Could this be the illusion that has kept us from realizing the full expression of our totality? This constant mirroring between self-perception and the experiences we attract in life, affirms that only we have the power to change our life experiences by simply changing our perception of self. We truly are the masters of our own destiny and our soul is the creator within that manifests the experiences we go through to help us evolve beyond our limited perceptions of self.
"Be the Change You Wish to See in the World" - Mahatma Gandhi
Contrary to popular belief and present day myth, no one can predict your future. At best, the most they can do is project the likely outcome of your current behaviors, beliefs and perceptions of self. Even though many practitioners of the metaphysical arts will try to predict events in the lives of their clients, the most they can really do is deduce what may happen by looking at their current life circumstances, compare it to what the person has done in the past, and then extrapolate that information into the future. In my opinion, any attempt to predict one's future in this manner is a thoroughly misguided use of ancient empirical disciplines. Using such tools to predict a person's future, or even reveal current likelihoods, is a dangerous game at best. I have seen so many metaphysical practitioners use these tools to promote personal agendas, control others, or demonstrate how much power they have over another human being. At best, they are undermining their client's free will and failing to support and strengthen the client's belief in themselves.
Just like any other belief, philosophy, religion or psychotherapeutic practice, ancient metaphysical tools can be used to help or hinder a person's evolution. If you truly care about the wellbeing of your clients, it's best to skip all the sensationalism and look much deeper into their soul's journey and purpose. Focusing on prediction weakens your client's faith in their ability to manifest a more fulfilling life. It also robs them of an opportunity to free themselves from the endless repetition of past life patterns and wounds, especially when you suggest their future is predetermined.
In truth, soul work has a depth beyond anything one could imagine. The best use of these evolutionary disciplines is to help others understand their life purpose, track the journey of their souls and to use the insights they gain to free others from predisposing effects of the past life emotional patterns, habits and expectations that continue to dictate their current life circumstances and thus limit their evolution. Evolutionary work has nothing to do with predicting events, but rather it is about projecting the cycles of energy and experience our souls have created for us to help us evolve into more loving and sentient beings.
Tracking the journey of our souls from lifetime to lifetime, revealing all the unresolved emotional patterns we brought to this world to heal and release, and uncovering when our soul plans to reintroduce challenges to help us heal past life emotional wounds should be the primary focus of alternative forms of psychotherapeutic counseling work. Soul level forms of psychotherapy that take into consideration the broader perspective of human evolution over multiple lifetimes, appear to be the most effective tools there are toward revealing the whole individual, the core perceptions of self and expectations we bring to this world, the soul level reason for the experiences we go through, the long-term roles, skills and abilities our souls have chosen for us to develop, and our spiritual purpose.
Please remember that you have total free will, hence these cycles of experience are not pre-ordained, but rather they are pre-chosen by you and your soul to assist you in your evolution. We truly have the free will to respond to them in whatever way we choose, or we can simply allow the more mundane circumstances of our lives to distract us from all the cycles of energy our souls have created for us to support our evolution. In other words, we have the free will to respond to and take advantage of these evolutionary energy cycles of support, or we can ignore them at our own peril. Your soul communicates through symbol, metaphor, synchronicity and divine inspiration, when we least expect it. So, it's important for all of us to develop quieting and better listening skills that can truly hear these subtler modes of communication from our souls. Contrary to traditional theories in developmental psychology, the bulk of our personality is already in place at-the-moment of birth, prior to our psycho/social development with parents and peers from birth forward.
"We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you NOT to be? You are a child of God. You're playing small doesn't serve the world. Our deepest fear isn't that we're inadequate. It is our light not our darkness that most frightens us. As we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others." - Marianne Williamson
In summary, this work reveals the unresolved emotional patterns we brought to this world from prior lifetimes, including the self-perceptions, expectations, personality, and attitudes (prenatal psychology), that continue to dictate our current life experiences. Soul Purpose sessions reveal the roles, lifestyles, talents and skills we have chosen to play and express, as well as the cycles of quantum energy we brought to this world to support our evolution and heal the unresolved emotional patterns and perceptions of self that inhibit the full expression of our totality and fulfill our life's purpose (dharma).