Infinite Mindfield: A Quest to Find the Gateway to Higher

Infinite Mindfield: A Quest to Find the Gateway to Higher Consciousness ❮Reading❯ ➸ Infinite Mindfield: A Quest to Find the Gateway to Higher Consciousness Author Anthony Peake – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Using information from the cutting edge of modern science, Peake presents startling evidence that the inner worlds of our mystics and shamans are as real, or possibly even real, than the reality we ex Using information from the cutting edge of A Quest PDF/EPUB » modern science, Peake presents startling evidence that the inner worlds of our mystics and shamans are as real, or possibly even real, than the reality we experience in waking life As his starting point, Peake examines the widespread Infinite Mindfield: eBook ↠ historical belief that the mid brain s pine cone shaped pineal gland activates the third eye described by mystics and seers Through careful analysis of ancient religious texts and artifacts, he gives evidence that the spiritual properties of the pineal gland have been embedded in myths Mindfield: A Quest Kindle Ó and cultures across the globe Why else would the Buddha so often be found wearing a pine cone hat Peake then shows that it is through this small organ that we experience lucid dreaming, out of body experiences, hypnagogic imagery, near death experiences, astral travel and the kundalini experience The book ends with the mind blowing conclusion that all living beings are one unitary consciousness experiencing itself subjectively.


10 thoughts on “Infinite Mindfield: A Quest to Find the Gateway to Higher Consciousness

  1. Brian Clegg Brian Clegg says:

    I was excited to get my hands on Anthony Peake s new book The Infinite Mindfield, as I had found his previous title taking a scientific approach to life after death intriguing and there are parts of the new book I found equally excellent I was fascinated to learnabout the pineal gland, about which I had very little idea, apart from knowing of the now dismissed idea that identified it as a kind of withered third eye It is particularly fascinating that the gland can contain piezoelectric I was excited to get my hands on Anthony Peake s new book The Infinite Mindfield, as I had found his previous title taking a scientific approach to life after death intriguing and there are parts of the new book I found equally excellent I was fascinated to learnabout the pineal gland, about which I had very little idea, apart from knowing of the now dismissed idea that identified it as a kind of withered third eye It is particularly fascinating that the gland can contain piezoelectric crystals that in principle mean it could act as a kind of natural radio receiver There were also other parts of the book about the nature of light, zero point energy, hallucinogenic drugs andthat were very approachable Peake has a great way of making you really think about a subject, rather than just take in a set of facts However there were other sections that I have problems with.The overall approach that I felt unsure with was the lack of selectivity Everything from the outcome of detailed scientific study to the made up meanderings of the likes of Madam Blavatsky and Rudolf Steiner are presented on exactly the same level as if they are all true Totally unsubstantiated concepts like chakras, based on the concept of an energy that has never been detected and that has no physical basis are stated as if they are simple fact I think the first section of the book, which looks at various religions through to less well established concepts like theosophy and anthroposophy is genuinely interesting, but I would have been muchcomfortable if the various beliefs were stated in terms of this is what these people believe based on no verifiable evidence rather that stating the beliefs, however unlikely, as if they were on a par with scientific discovery I ve checked with the author, and this wasn t the intent, but it is how it came across to me The other side of the book I have issues with is the way some fringe science is presented as if it is on a par with proper, peer reviewed discoveries So, for instance, we hear of Luc Montagnier s assertion that DNA in one test tube can influence pure water in another test tube and turn it intoDNA We are told Montagnier thinks that this suggests that DNA emits its own electromagnetic signals that imprint DNA s structure on other molecules Peake points out that it is telling that even a Nobel Prizewinning scientist is not immune to being labelled a pseudoscientist if he decides to apply his knowledge and experience in areas that are labelled fringe by the modern equivalent of the Inquisition, the thought police who hide under the term sceptics I have a number of problems with this Just because someone is a renowned scientist does not mean he can t be totally ignorant outside his field there have been plenty of examples of this in the past And Montagnier, a medical doctor, is hardly qualified to deal with physics Just think what he claims is happening In order to transform water into DNA you would have to turn the elements hydrogen and oxygen into nitrogen, carbon and phosphorous So this is not just a matter of imposing structure you would have to produce nuclear fission and fusion using only a weak electromagnetic field To say this doesn t make sense is an understatement It is not unreasonable, or Inquisition like to be sceptical in the face of such a claim.Finally, I am a little concerned when Peake spends quite a while telling us how mainstream scientists have dismissed the vast majority of DNA code as being useless This might have been true 30 years ago, but since the development of epigenetics I can t imagine there are any biologists who think that what used to be labelled junk DNA is useless It is entirely recognised by mainstream science that much of this DNA has plenty of functionality.So my problem with this book is mostly a failure to distinguish, sometimes between analogy and reality so assuming the use of terms like energy and light when applied in an illustrative manner makes them the same as real energy and light and sometimes not distinguishing between made up ideas and scientific theories, or between anecdote and data There is plenty of good stuff in there, and if you can read the book in an appropriately selective manner it is both enjoyable and informative but I suspect many readers will struggle to make that distinction I am reminded in some ways of Chariot of the Gods there is a similar logical, informative and entertaining approach, but also a similar lack of distinction between science and beliefs A curate s egg Definitely But one I enjoyed nevertheless


  2. Robert III Robert III says:

    I ve always believed that there is an illumination hidden within every single one of us For those also interested in exploring these depths of humanity, I highly recommend The Infinite Mindfield by Anthony Peake This brilliant book ties threads of modern science, ancient history, mythology, secret societies, and spirituality together nearly seamlessly These threads reveal themselves as the twisting language of DNA hidden within each of us The author illustrates beautifully how our very fle I ve always believed that there is an illumination hidden within every single one of us For those also interested in exploring these depths of humanity, I highly recommend The Infinite Mindfield by Anthony Peake This brilliant book ties threads of modern science, ancient history, mythology, secret societies, and spirituality together nearly seamlessly These threads reveal themselves as the twisting language of DNA hidden within each of us The author illustrates beautifully how our very flesh and bodies are transmitters of light and electromagnetic energy, and perhaps focused in the mysterious pineal gland Personally, there are many parts of this book that resonated with me and expanded my mind I found the theory of creation by subtraction especially interesting The theory of zero point energy and how it may contain an unfathomable amount of information and perhaps for all the universe was also profound I was astonished to learnabout how this linked to the Casimir force, something I actually was aware of with respect to my work in tribology contact, friction and wear but had not fully understood The genius of the work is how it so eloquently explains these many ideas and others, while also tying them together toward a deeper truth However, as the author states, it is up to you to decide if the pieces do fit and are true


  3. Jocelyn Hee Jocelyn Hee says:

    An interesting historical account to the beginnings of religion covered in the first part of the book but as the book went along it was harder to keep my interest I was hoping to learnabout the pineal gland but so far Joe Dispenza s book Becoming Supernatural book provides the best information about higher consciousness and the pineal gland at this age and time.


  4. Jeremy Weate Jeremy Weate says:

    A stimulating read for anyone interested in consciousness research, psychedelics and the function of the pineal gland The book is a deft mix of history tracing the symbolism of the cone shaped pineal gland in Sumer, Egypt and Ancient Greece pointing to a common but perhaps much older ancestral civilisation and contemporary theoretical physics and neuroscience The later chapters can be hard going at times, with perhaps too much technical detail for the non academic reader, but all in all, P A stimulating read for anyone interested in consciousness research, psychedelics and the function of the pineal gland The book is a deft mix of history tracing the symbolism of the cone shaped pineal gland in Sumer, Egypt and Ancient Greece pointing to a common but perhaps much older ancestral civilisation and contemporary theoretical physics and neuroscience The later chapters can be hard going at times, with perhaps too much technical detail for the non academic reader, but all in all, Peake does an excellent job of making the right links that are leading us step by step away from a materialist paradigm of science and towards a science which inalienably involves consciousness, the role of light inner and outer , the pineal gland and light responsive DNA


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