Divine Matrix

Gregg Braden is an American author of Divine Matrix and other the New Age literature.  Braden argued that the change in the earth's magnetic field might have effects on human DNA. He has also taught that human emotions affect DNA and that collective prayer has healing physical effects. He has published many books through the Hay House publishing house. In 2009, his book Fractal Time was on the bestseller list of The New York Times.  Braden is not identified with any particular religion.

THE DIVINE MATRIX

The work of Greg Braden in his book, The Divine Matrix, provided a mathmatical equation that the square root of one percent of a population is able to lift that population to greater well-being.  The example he gave was of a city of a million people, the total needed to lift that city is 100.  In a world of 6 billion people, it's only about 8,000.  The more people climbing towards well-being, the faster the effect is created.

Today there are far more than 8000 people in the world reaching for greater well-being.  They might not be put into positions of leadership in the present form of business or government because our leaders today are not chosen for their well-being, but for their ability to "duke it out" with their "opponents."

Emotion is energy. Emotion is the language of the universe. According to the law of attraction the human body is like a universal magnet that draws things to it by having strong emotion about it. Like attracts like, so it is something like tuning a radio into the frequency of a certain station so you can listen to the music you like. If you change to another frequency you will "pull in" another kind of music. Your emotions are the frequency that you have to tune in order to change to a better "channel."


If we ever hope to have world peace we must choose leaders that do not see other leaders as "opponents" but as collaborators.  They must understand that the more leaders that are gathered together in pursuit of well-being, the faster the desired changes will take place.

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