Let's Go Deeper — How It Works

When I was a child my big question was “Who am I?” After awhile I realized that the answers I was getting were all too cynical for this peewee optimist. I still don’t have it all figured out, but perhaps you’d like a look at my findings 60 plus years later.

The way I see it, it’s all about energy. Ask your local physicist and he’ll tell you that the matter you call your body is comprised of particles that equate to pluses and minuses or electrical impulses. It is energy, he will say, and energy can be changed but never destroyed. Our life, our brain, and our planet are a series of electrical impulses manifested as radiation, magnetism, polarity, light, and sound vibrations.

Meanwhile, the Cosmic and Physical Laws that operate and hold the visible universe together are gravity, centrifugal force, inertia, adhesion, cohesion, etc. Think about it, all of these are the result of polarity. Defined in physical terms, polarity is pure potential. More importantly, in metaphysical terms this polarity represents infinite possibility. What a great substance from which to form a universe!

It seems that the metaphysical has finally come to terms with the physical.

I hope that this has you all charged up. (Inserted here is an apology for a bad pun.)

If you need more facts, consider this: The Russians developed a process whereby they could photograph the energy field (aura) surrounding the body. They call the process Kirlian photography. This energy field vibrates at a higher rate than the human body and is thereby differentiated. This is proof of the auric or energy body.

So now let’s gather the facts. There is a human body comprised primarily of space and electrical impulses. If “particles” were defined as matter, the accumulation of all the matter in a body, minus the empty space, could be relocated to fit on the head of a pin. Further, looking at the nucleus of an atom, scientists can see through it. Add to this “see-through body” an auric field that changes colors, size, shape, and intensity according to the mental and emotional energy going on within the individual, and we’re only starting to come up with a composite of what we are made of and how we really look.

Let’s address the brain, that biological computer that regulates our autonomic nervous system, stores phenomenal amounts of memory, and sorts through it for answers to questions we pose.

What an amazing tool! Even the best internationally known physicists can’t answer the next question: 'Who operates the brain?' Deepak Chopra, author of several books including Quantum Healing and The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire, says that the question remains unanswered in the field of science. My belief is that my brain works for me, but who is this me?

The next time you look in the mirror, instead of counting hairs, pounds, or wrinkles, pause and reflect ...
(what else would you do in a mirror?) reflect on who and what you really are. Ask: Am I a mind, or as Einstein suggested, a field connected to all the intelligence of the Universe, past, present and future? Am I creating my experience by making choices? Am I transporting myself in a wondrous, multicolored, etheric body?

Who we are is energy existing eternally in pure consciousness. Are you using these tools or letting century old science hold you back with unreal, limiting definitions? Realize your connection to the infinite and eternal laws of all that exists and find yourself...and all the happiness that comes with it!

Author's Bio: 

Todd Puntolillo is a life-long metaphysician. As a speaker, he has delivered his message of love and healing on television and radio. As a writer, he has written columns for national, international and local publications. He has given seminars, classes, does public speaking engagements on radio and TV and also does personal coaching. Todd has spent sixty years in pursuit of an understanding of the metaphysical laws that underwrite our existence. His remarkably clear and profound approach to this massive undertaking renders his books a must for anyone who questions his place and purpose in this immense realm we call life.
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