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The Interconnecting Matrix

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Date: Thursday - January 18, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Gregg Braden, Matt Savinar

Author Gregg Braden expounded on the concept of a divine matrix, which he defined as a container, a bridge between the inner and outer world, and a mirror of quantum essence. In further describing the matrix, he cited the work of physicist Max Planck who wrote about a non-conventional form of energy from which all physical matter originates.

This matrix or field is not something that is "out there" but rather it's the very stuff that is holding us together, said Braden. The universe can be viewed as a massive computer, with our consciousness as the operating system and our emotions/feelings as the software, he continued.

We each create a feeling in our heart, and like prayer, it can have a direct effect on the planet, Braden contended. Prayer can be most effective if the desired outcome is perceived as having already happened, as this gives the field something to work with, he explained.

Oil Update

First half-hour guest, researcher Matt Savinar commented on oil prices and supplies in relation to the peak oil theory.

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