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Beverly Nadler, CH, CMT ©2014

The answer to that question is an absolute “Yes.”

The purpose of this 2 Part article is to shed some light on this seldom revealed fact of life, and give you some thoughts about the vibrations that could be inharmonious with you and your energy field.

Everything Is Energy In This 3-D World We Live In

The energy field that makes up our Universe is awash with vibrations – cosmic, solar, planetary and earth vibrations, vibrations of everything that has ever existed since the “beginning”… whenever that was.

We live in a sea of vibrations. Our bodies are made up of vibrating energy and our cells, organs and systems vibrate at different frequencies. Thoughts, feelings, beliefs – our own and everyone else’s — are vibrations of energy that radiate into the energy field in which we live, which is actually called “The Field.”

The clothes we wear, the foods we eat and drink, the air we breathe, the animal, plant and mineral kingdoms, the chemicals we use and are exposed to, the equipment and technology we use — all are vibrational frequencies of energy. (The website you are currently on www.universal-laws.net is about energy and how the laws of energy impact upon every area of our lives.)
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(Understanding How Your Brain Operates)
Beverly Nadler, CH, CMT ©2013

In order to live effectively in our physical world, we need to know the Universal Laws that govern our lives and how to intelligently use our mind to live in harmony with them.

My books, “Vibrational Harmony” and “Loving the Game of Life,” explain, in detail, how the mind (conscious, subconscious and Superconscious) functions.

Just as important as understanding your mind, is having knowledge about the physical organ through which your mind operates – your brain.

What Makes the Human Brain Different
Among all earthly inhabitants, only human beings have the unique ability to be superior to instinctual inclinations and to transcend conditioned states of mind. While the structure of the human brain is similar to those of more primitive species, human brains have an unusually large area associated with language and consciousness – the front lobes.

What does this mean? It means that unlike primitive species humans can transcend conditioned states of mind (that is, rise above them) and ignore instinctual inclinations in favor of rational, intelligent decisions and behaviors. To do this, we need to use this large frontal lobe area of our brain. That’s where creativity, imagination and change can take place. Otherwise, like our animal friends, we simply carry out the influences of our genetics and environment.
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(Self- Realization, Enlightenment, Awakening)

Beverly Nadler, CH, CMT ©2013

Part 4 is the last article in this series. If you have not read the others, I urge you to do so before reading this one. Each part builds upon the previous articles,so please read them in the order in which they were written.

In Part 3 we asked, “Why is there so much suffering?” I explained that adversity is a natural part of physical life and that a great deal of suffering is caused by our mistaken belief that adversity should not exist. In my opinion, however, the main reason for suffering is lack of accurate knowledge.

Accurate knowledge of what? Of the most important subjects in our lives: the nature of God, energy, the Universal Laws, the nature of the world in which we live and our true identity.
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(Why Is There So much Suffering?)

Beverly Nadler, CH, CMT ©2013

In Part 1, we explored the concept of “God” being both transcendent and immanent, and we looked the relationship between God and energy.

Part 2 was about our multi-dimensional Universe and ourselves as multi-dimensional beings. Also, we looked at how the energy operates in our lives, through the Universal Laws.

Now, in Part 3, we will explore the subject that so greatly disturbed Siddhartha Gautama, a 6th century BC Indian Prince. When he went outside his protected Palace grounds and saw the sickness, poverty and suffering in the land, he was so disturbed that he left his home and family to discover “why” there was so much suffering. He got his answer…and a great deal more. As a result, a huge global religion was established and the Prince became known as “the Buddha,” meaning “The Awakened One.” (“Awake,” has the same meaning as enlightened and Self-Realized, a subject that will be covered in Part 4.)

This article is not so much about suffering, as it is about adversity, because it is our concept about, and relationship to, adversity that leads to suffering. People can’t understand why God created a world in which there is so much pain, struggle, traumas and crises – especially since God is all “good.” Hopefully, you will consider what you read in this article worthy of your contemplation, and it will lead to insights for you.
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(Our Multi-Dimensional Universe and The Universal Laws)

Beverly Nadler, CH, CMT ©2013

In Part 1, we explored the concept of “God” as being both transcendent (separate from Its creations) and immanent (within all Its creations). We also looked at the relationship between God and energy.

In Part 2, we’ll be looking at our multi-dimensional Universe and the laws of energy and physics that govern our lives. Since there’s a description of each of the Universal Laws on this website, this article explains them from a different perspective. But first I have a question…

Do the following statements ever confuse or frustrate you?

“Everything is perfect just the way it is.” “There is no evil.” Life is wonderful.” God is taking care of you.” It’s all good.”

These statements and similar ones confused and frustrated me for years. After all, if you look at the world around you — at the pain and suffering, the life-threatening diseases and the huge cost of health care (really disease care), the chemicals and toxins in our food, water and air (a major reason for all the disease), millions of people on drugs, poverty, homelessness, murder, suicide, corporate corruption, political manipulation, terrorism, children massacred in their schools, children with cancer, natural disasters that kill or destroy the lives of hundreds of thousands of people… and many other tragedies – don’t you find these statements “incongruous?”
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Beverly Nadler, CH, CMT ©2013

Most people, except atheists (about 7% of the population) and possibly some agnostics (people who are not sure if there “is” a God), believe that there is a Power that created the Universe. Although there are hundreds of names for this Power — including Creator, Allah, Lord, Jehovah — the most commonly used word in our society is God.

It may interest you to know that the word for “God” is not in Judeo-Christian scriptures written in Hebrew, Aramaic, Greek or Latin. Nor is it in older religious texts in India and other parts of the world. It is thought that the word for God first appeared in a German manuscript in the 6th century, and is related to a word meaning “good.”

Beyond the belief that God “exists,” the concepts, ideas, theories and opinions about God differ widely. Some people see God as a benevolent Being possessed of human -like characteristics and emotions; others see God as a punishing, demanding Being who may sometimes be benevolent if He chooses, but still very human-like.

Some think of God as sitting in judgment, deciding whose prayers He will answer and whose He will reject. Some people are pleased with God, especially when they get what they prayed for, and some are displeased and angry because they or a dear friend or family member is sick, or injured or suffering severe loss.
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Author : Beverly Nadler CH, CMT

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If your life doesn’t seem to be “working” the way you want –if you aren’t having the success, joy and fulfillment you
desire –the main reason is probably not what you think it is.

Most likely, your life is not working the way you want because, if you are like most human beings, especially in our
western “civilized” society, your mind and body are in a continual state of “fight or flight” — the stress response that is now recognized as the cause of almost all illness. (And the hidden cause of almost anything else that you consider to be “wrong” with your life.)

The purpose of this E-book is to help you stop the continual pressure on your body and mind, most of which you are not even aware of – though it is affecting every area of your life.

Stress Affects Every Area of Our Life We are multi-dimensional beings – physical, mental,emotional and spiritual. We live in a multi-dimensional Universe where everything is connected to everything else,and to some degree, everything is affected by everything else.

Quantum physicists call it “The Butterfly Effect. One of 4 the variations on this theme is “When a butterfly flaps its wings in Japan, there is a tornado in Kansas.” Our lives consist of inner and outer “worlds.”

Our beliefs,thoughts, feelings, emotions, spirituality, intelligence,perceptions, attitudes, spirituality, emotions, opinions,judgments, ideas, values, creativity, and self-talk are all partof our inner “world.”
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