“We now know that the moment the observer looks for an electron, there is a specific point in time and space when all probabilities of the electron collapse into a physical event. With this discovery, mind and matter can no longer be considered separate; they are intrinsically related, because subjective mind produces measurable changes on the objective, physical world.”
Joe Dispenza, from Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself
We breathe in the breath of God.
We celebrate the proximity of God ‘s kingdom
The music excerpted here can be purchased on i-Tunes:
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – “Hymn of the Cherubim”
Peter Kater and R. Carlos Nakai – “Wandering,”
“Nemi – Sacred Grove,” and “If Men Were at Peace”