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Dispassionate – Pronunciation [dis-pash-uh-nit]
free from or unaffected by passion; devoid of personal feeling or bias; impartial; calm.

Impartial, calm and free!   I never thought I could or would find value in lack of passion.
Passion in the sense of being caught up and swirling in emotion.  Never really realizing
that every emotion I choose and every circumstance that elicits and supports that emotion
is also my choosing.

I am a big fan of What the Bleep and really took a closer look at it this past winter in the Rabbit
Hole version which is many more hours of scientist interviews and different cuts of the movie.
Remember how the character that Marlee Maitlin played would go into the theater of her life and
watch different versions of who she was in her life and how her life played out.  Remember that
she was a largely dispassionate witness in the theater as she chose a version of being one who
marries an unfaithful man, one who believes that all men are cheaters and marriage is bad.
Remember how much she didn’t want to photograph that wedding and how she chose to overlay
her experience that the groom cheated on his new wife.  How everything she chose in her experience
reflected and supported her beliefs.  Then later we see Marlee’s character watch another version
of herself one who is content and happily married, after she’s had that pivotal bathroom scene where
she returns to what is beautiful, loveable and worthy about herself.

So the knowledge that we are choosing it all has not been quite enough for me.  But here’s what is
helping me to take it to another level, seeing the circumstances in my life that I’ve chosen and all the
players in it and putting them up there, in my mind’s eye, on the screen in the theater of my life.
And then stepping back, dispassionately with a simple question: what do I gain by playing this movie?
What role do the players take to support this gain?  And I’m not talking about gain in the usual sense
but more in the sense of what is the payoff here for me to continue choosing this?  And then from that
honest inquiry of myself, deciding what it is I consciously want to put up there in my movie.  What role
do I play – who am I?  And then stepping into that movie.  It’s a very conscious, deliberate practice and
one I’m only just embarking on.  The material that I’ve been working with over at The Field Center has
been helping me to take this to another level.  My appreciation and gratitude goes out to Holly S. for
introducing me to it and to myself for being such a big Asker and being eternally committed and willing
to step into the Answers.

Love, Bethie

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Everybody secretly is an adventurer.
Everybody loves the adventure.

Just taking that first step —
and once they have that
moment of insight —
that moment of insight carries
a frequency, carries a message
{and} the cells of the body are
enlivened by possibility.

They’re enlivened by unknown potentials.
They’re enlivened by a future history or a
future opportunity that may be down the
rabbit hole a little further.

And, if they allow themselves to experience
the quandry and the mysticism and the possibility
that when they emerge from the rabbit hole,
they are a different person.

And, now they go back into the world and because
they processed that information and left footprints
in the mind and in the brain their perception of the
world will never be the same.
~Dr. Joseph Dispenza
quotation from: What the Bleep!? Down the Rabbit
Hole/Quantum Edition

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So last week we went down the rabbit hole a ways with an excerpt from What the Bleep Do We Know?!  And so what exactly is the point? 

The point is that we are not passive reactors/responders to life, we actually are active creators of our lives.  It’s even above and beyond the
Law of Attraction ala The Secret. 

When the main character in What the Bleep…, played by Marlee Maitlin, enters the basketball court, otherwise known as the ‘court of endless possibilities’ — the basketball is shown bouncing in an infinite array of places until Marlee turns around to face it and has the expectation of where it will bounce.  The choice has been made and it no longer bounces in infinite places, now it’s one place, the place she chose.  It is said in that scene:
when you are not looking it’s a wave and when you are looking, it’s a particle.   He’s explaining why a basketball could actually be bouncing in an infinite variety of places until you turn around, until you are ‘looking’ and have the expectation for it to be in a singular place. 

Now let’s say that in another way: when you are not looking the possibilities are endless and when you are looking, you’ve honed in on your selection.  Getting a sense of how you might apply that consciously to your own world?

Ponder that for awhile!  And meanwhile I leave you with some more quotes from the movie, these are from the 3-CD Quantam Edition which has about 6 more hours of interviews with scientists than the actual final cut movie does.

“Quantum mechanics is really the play and display of potentiality.  Waves of information.  Waves of potential electron.  And it’s important, the word ‘potential’.  This isn’t the world of electrons.  It’s the world of potential electrons. You have to ask the question: waves of what, really?  What is the field that is waving?  Is it the ocean?  No.  It’s a Universal Ocean.  An ocean of pure potentiality.  An ocean of abstract potential existence.  We call it the unified field or super string field.  And that’s what we are made of.”
~John Hagelin, Ph.D.

“We have to go beyond our senses to create a new paradigm.”
~Dr. Joseph Dispenza

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how far down the rabbit hole are you willing to go?

It’s a question asked in What the Bleep Do We Know?! Before The Secret, there was What the Bleep Do We Know?!
If you haven’t seen it, run don’t walk to your nearest Blockbuster or Hollywood video and rent it. It’s groundbreaking and
what it says is truly more revolutionary than what The Secret says. And if you are ready to open your mind to new possibilities,
you will be awe struck with this movie.

So…how far down the rabbit hole are you willing to go? I’m willing to go down pretty far myself. I have no theoretical knowledge
of quantam physics or quantam mechanics that I’m aware of. But you won’t need it down the rabbit hole – just keep an open mind
and a willingness to play with some new ideas.

“We all have a habit of thinking that everything around us is already a
thing, existing without my input, without my choice. You have to banish
that kind of thinking…
Instead you really have to recognize that even the material world around us,
the chairs, the tables, the room, the carpet, the camera included, all
of these
are nothing but possible movements of consciousness. And I’m choosing
moment to moment out of those movements to bring my actual experience
into manifestation. This is the only radical thinking that you need to
do, but
it is so radical. It’s so difficult because our tendency is that the
world is already
out there, independent of my experience.

It is not. Quantum Physics has been so clear about it. Heisenberg
codiscoverer of Quantum Physics, said atoms are not things. They’re only
tendencies. So, instead of thinking of things, you have to think of
There are possibilities of consciousness.”
~Amit Goswami, Ph.D.~excerpted from the Little Book of Bleeps

Possibilities of consciousness equals choice equals freedom. How might you play with those concepts today?
I’ll be back with more consciousness expanding and maybe we’ll explore the rabbit hole together.
Love, Bethie

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