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The mindbodygreen Podcast
"lawrence berkeley laboratory" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"How do you think about the law to to attract the right circumstances people etc using using a more productive or and more more spiritually fulfilling way change when i was looking at yourself jason. I don't know too much about your history because i couldn't That entire interview with a louis but you were. You always interested in people in helping people that that's a big question but to some degree. Yes but it's not i didn't dedicate my life to it to my twenty. I dedicated my life to basketball and partying. When i was in college and then twenty s having fun and making money and partying and i've been on this journey for started belichick started this journey by my entrepreneurial journey in looking for more meeting purposes and survi- life i'd say shortly after to some assignment two thousand two. I think that was when i read seat the seat of the soul. You are so much more aware. When i don't know about that really do because you said i ask if you were always interested in people and in helping people and you said to some degree for me zero degree zero. My life changed when i was invited to a meeting. Physicists at the lawrence berkeley laboratory and it was a fun group. Believe it or not about ten or twelve physicist put together by elizabeth rauscher. I just loved. Her is sort of a pudgy. We were both young bannon and she called her group the fundamental physics group if y s. Ics and i went there because my roommate was a physicist and i heard them discussing conceptually not in terms of mathematics. This question. are we creating the reality that we're experimenting with. And that was the same question that we were discussing with. I was discussing with my group in north beach in the coffee shop. Accept these were world renowned physicist the senior theoretical physicist at elbow who became home. Wonderful mentor to me. Was there the chair of the department down. The hill in berkeley was there and they were asking that question. And i went home and i could not stop. I felt like. I had three cappuccinos in the sparks. Were coming off my fingers. And i couldn't explain why i was so stimulated so i started to read. I asked if i could come back. They said i could. I decided i wanted to write a book to give what i was learning to. Non physicist liberal arts majors. Like me. And i did and it was so exciting. It was a journey. It was a journey and six months into that which means about six chapters later. I realized that all outlines that. I threw away chapter-by-chapter when i followed the energy instead of the outline fit together and i thought to myself. How did that happen. How could have happened. And that's when. I realized i wasn't alone. That's when i realized is not possible to be a law that is not possible to create alone because there is no such thing as aloneness every creation is co creation. You feel it in your business when it's right when you know you're on the right path when it fills you when you go home and you're still thinking about it not because it's going to increase the bottom line because the bottom line has changed. The bottom line is this feeling of meaning and purpose and joy. And this is your pathway to it. As what i'm talking about what happened to me. And i and that book. The dancing masters and overview. The new physics was my first gift to live. And that's what brings me back to the question that you ask. It was before that i had never given a gift alive or thought about it or cared about it. I never even knew such a thing was possible. Everything i did was for me. And my life and san francisco that led up to the part of this at that time before i started writing. This book was all motorcycles..
The Marie Forleo Podcast
"lawrence berkeley laboratory" Discussed on The Marie Forleo Podcast
"Hates marie. Four leo and welcome to another episode of marie. Tv and the marine folio. Podcast i gotta say. I am so excited about my guest today. He is a legend in the world of personal growth and spiritual development and you are in for a big treat. Gary cough the author of four consecutive new york times bestsellers including legendary the seat of the soul. He's also the author of the dancing masters which won the american book award for science. His books have sold six million copies and are in thirty two languages. Gary grew up in the mid west. He graduated from harvard and became a special forces officer with the at phnom service. His newest book universal human is available. Now so gary. It is so wonderful to have you here. Thank you so much for making the time. Today are welcome marie. i'm. I'm so excited to be with you and to experience what you've been doing so wonderfully for so many people for so long. Let's get started. I want to go back to a time in your life is actually i think a pretty challenging time after you served in vietnam and you shared in the book which is wonderful universal human by the way that you were avoiding pain in some destructive ways that it was around drugs and sex addiction. I'm wondering if you can take us back to that time. And share a bit about what you were feeling and experiencing and what was that moment that helped you begin to turn her life around. It wasn't a single moment marie. It was an incremental process. But there were some good things in it that i remember. And that time you're talking about i was living in san francisco and i was addicted to sex. I was so enamored with myself without realizing it. All how much pain. I was in Drugs women motorcycles We're all a part of of being in san francisco. And i was invited to a meeting. Physicists at the lawrence berkeley laboratory and i accepted immediately. And i was amazed by what i heard them discussing the question. Are we creating. The reality were experiencing. Well that's the kind of question that i discussed with friends in coffee shops in north beach. But these were some of the most renowned physicist in the world and they were asking that question for real. I got so excited about that meeting. And i asked him if i could come back again on the following friday and they said yes. They're very gracious. And i started reading i. I went back. And i felt as though i'd had three cups of cappuccino and it was sparking off my fingertips but i couldn't explain why i was so excited so i started reading and i went back again. Read more went back again. And i realized that i wanted to share what i was learning on a silver platter for people who were none. Scientists like me liberal arts majors like me who couldn't do handy mathematics like me and i did. I wrote this book called the dancing wuli masters an overview of the new physics. Now while i was writing this. I started out following an outline for each chapter that i created but in each case age chapter i left the outline behind because the energy lead meals were and the energy put so much more exciting than they outline was after six months or so. I began to realize that these chapters fit together beautifully. And i didn't do it because i discarded the outlines. So how'd that happen. And i began to realize that. I'm not writing this alone. This doesn't mean i'm channel. I wish it were that easy. Actually known but i imagine for some people they sit at. The keyboard in book comes out but it wasn't that way for me and it isn't but i realized that i'm not writing alone because it's not possible to be alone. Everyone every every co creation every creation is a co creation with you and with your physical guides and teachers and i was a. This was a new experience to me. I ask a friend of mine. Who was a union psychoanalyst. About what i was doing. And she said oh. Leave that alone gear. You don't know what you're getting into. I knew what i was getting into. And i wanted more of it. What did she mean by that did you. Did she just not agree with that perspective. Or what did she mean by. You don't know what you're getting into. I can't speak for her. And i'm not a union analyst but i think what she meant is there's lots of scary things in your unconscious and beyond your consciousness and you don't wanna timber with it. I didn't i didn't agree with that. Perception didn't agree with her recommendation. At all i decided that i was going to live my life the way this book was being written which was spontaneously joyfully intelligently and to a certain extent. I've accomplished that. I'm very happy about it. So this was my first experience of non-physical reality. It was the first experience of non-physical reality. That i recognized as that when i was at harvard. My grandmother died and she was my favorite. I think i was her favorite too. I used to stay with her in kansas city. And we'd spend nights together in her apartment and we'd be lying side-by-side on twin beds holding hands and talking about gossiping about the family. So that's how tight we were and she would take me to this restaurant in this beautiful large building. She was living in and we'd have dinner and afterwards we walk through the lobby and it would be a sea of grey hair. And she'd say. Gary you remember mr mental stein my son and then she say gary you remember mrs goldstein. I say yes. And if i didn't shake my head and say yes. She take my hand which she was holding and she jerked down like that. They say well when i was at her funeral. The rabbi was speaking to is audience in front of him and the family was in an alcove on his right looking up at a closed circuit monitor and were seeing him from the side and also as he looked as he addressed the audience in front of him. In those days murray closed circuit. Tv was completely novel some novel and made me laugh and as soon as i started to laugh. Gremaldi be jerked my hand down and said she didn't want me disrupting her funeral. She wanted to listen. I never told my folks that. Because i knew that they wouldn't understand it. Think that high resolution meeting in the deep grief that they were experiencing. But.
"lawrence berkeley laboratory" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
"That same experience. Yes in your work and your work or in your admiration of the universe or anything that puts you in that same wonder of i see the night sky in three teen oneida kinda outta body kind of like this. This is why. I'm this is why i'm here. Like what is there something that happened. Sometimes you have these insights right that that aren't really insights which is like. Oh that's really interesting so for me. Data doesn't and so the data that did that for a year ago was a visualization created from sloan digital sky survey data done by lawrence berkeley laboratory. So we say things like. Here's two million or two trillion galaxies in the observable universe and show these slices of the universe but when you see a three d representation you can look around universe. You see what the galaxies are just to be clear when you project the full three d universe on paper you take slices through. Was these places you're referring to when you go to a full visual three d representation. No longer slices necessary to clarify is that is that the barrier oscillating stereos surveys for that so boss. This is this the precursor away. Yes guy surveys. But so here's what i thought about. This is not actually in three eighty but it triggered by vegetation. Because what do we do. We from students astronomy in order for them to understand the universe. we say you know things like this analogies. The universe is the basic building block of the galaxy is the basic building block of the universe in much the same way that the sale is the basic building block of your by and i thought to myself. Well you know what. Let me take that to to the limit. Let me take that seriously. So shrank myself down so small at this is when human sale in in respect to me is like the size of the galaxy with respect to me now twenty two for nerves out there so i did that now if i if i did study the universe from that perspective so say i'm an elephant and i'm like oh i see these types of galaxies. They're spirals they behave this way too. Structured is wage. Oh i see these. They behave this way. The orient themselves as wage. Now let me do the same thing in my analogy. I'm an inelegant. Oh i see a nerve cell. These things behave this way to distribute this way. Blood sales bone cells muscle cells. You have any idea what an elephant is. What you're saying is so you you are Who's the woman who drives the bus. That can go any size shape a magic school by you. You're on the magic school all during that all time at all. That's pretty wild. Oh man that's a. That's a great analogy. I love it. Yeah yeah yeah. It's a change of perspective. Let me give you another change of perspective right because scientists. We always like to talk about like how everything's off space like. How long does it take a light rage. You know that you know that. visualization on the internet. Where in real time. We're going to travel from the sun. It shows travel of the beam of light. A brilliant really completely bryant. Right i love was asian. I tweeted it. And what he's wandering said someone's shows the actual beam of an actual beam of a video of a beam of light moving from earth to the moon and it takes about one and a half seconds so you see take one and a half seconds then you see like go for like from the sun to the earth that takes eight minutes and twenty seconds so you wait there for the stuff and what you say. Damn that light is slow. A talked so so in your in your You quote even haytham. Yes we spent a bit of time on him in cosmos once remind everybody who he is he is i. I consider him the first Practitioner of scientific method. He's the guy who showed that the i is a passive receptor. It does not send out a beam and bounce back. and when is newton your favorite scientists. I've heard saying my boy. I if i bothered and others is because i stood on the shoulders of giants even l. height. Them was one of the people. He was speaking out because his book of optics as a scientific trees in history at around the turn of the century. One thousand just change everything. So this is in the golden age of this laws right back between like eight hundred and eleven hundred ad. So there's a quote here. Which is it's the it's it's got it all in. We only allow me to read it if lease emissions lease normally your voice okay so just a reminder even out haysom was a mathematician and astronomer and and basically credited with the first formulation of the scientific method which would take probably another six hundred years to become widespread use but he landed their first and if learning the truth is the scientist goal. Then he must make himself an enemy of all that he reads he should also suspect himself so that he may avoid falling into either prejudice or leniency. There in two sentences is the fundamental seeds of the scientific method on typically ed and his his statement about holidays is amazing as well or man to imagine. Arrangement of the heavens does not make it exists okay. That's good. I liked the first one better. We left here so so tell me you were born james. Plummer junior thrive. And now you're now you pulled the african card. So where did that come from and why you know what so the burst thing. The seeds of it started. When i read my very first novel which happened to be the book groups. Everybody was talking about i. I didn't have any love or adult at the age of nine right As armed sitting around the bar board is. I don't know what it gives us thing read and i got stuck. I mean i could not put it down. But when he got captured that was the first thing they just got me at heart. 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