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The Unified Field

The Unified Field is a scientifically proven intelligent field of energy that permeates and connects everything in the world and universe. We, ourselves, are part of this vast dynamic matrix of energy exchange and manifestation.

The Unified Field is the basic underlying and uniting force of the universe and the single most catalytic force in propelling the planetary consciousness shift. This advanced matrix is the number one focus and foundational alignment for Children of the Sun to achieve its mission in transforming consciousness for collective humanity.

Gregg Braden
  Scientist, Visionary and Scholar

“Ultimately, we may discover that our ability to understand the ‘rules’ of the Divine Matrix (Unified Field) holds the key to our deepest healing, our greatest joy, and our survival as a species. Through the connection that lives inside of you, me, and every human that walks the earth we have a direct line to the same force that creates everything from atoms and stars to the DNA of life!”
  Nassim Haramein
  Quantum Physicist
  Founder and Director of Research
  The Resonance Project Foundation

Nassim Haramein and his team’s groundbreaking theory of the Unified Field combines quantum physics and cosmological understandings of universal forces with a new solution to Einstein’s Field Equations. Haramein’s solution resulted from studies of ancient codes left in monuments and documents around the world, and is leading to some of the most important discoveries in written history regarding the evolution of our planet and the consciousness shift of humanity.

  John Hagelin, Ph.D.
  Quantum Physicist
  Educator, Public Policy expert

Dr. Hagelin is unique among scientists in being the first to apply this most advanced knowledge of the Unified Field for the practical benefit of humankind. He has pioneered the use of Unified Field-based technologies proven to reduce crime, violence, terrorism, and war and to promote peace throughout society.

“I think the quickest thing we can do at this point is to create a powerful meditative influence for peace and global unity by assembling groups, all across the country and throughout the world, to meditate collectively. I urge people to get involved with a developmental procedure and a meditative process that takes them quickly to that place where they’re exercising their mind on a cosmic level. That is the level where a small handful of people can change events in the world.”
  Lynne McTaggart
  Researcher, Spokesperson
  Author including The Field and The Intention Experiment

“The Field lifts many areas out of the realm of mystery and into the realm of hard science by creating a picture of an interconnected universe and a new scientific theory, which makes sense of supernatural phenomena.

It offers a scientific explanation for many of the most profound human mysteries, from alternative medicine, spiritual healing, extra sensory perception, the collective unconscious to ancient cultural beliefs. The Field also reveals a radical new biological paradigm – that on our most fundamental level, the human mind and body are not distinct and separate from their environment, but a packet of pulsating energy constantly interacting with this vast energy sea.”


about the spirit

The following selection is taken from the Bhagavad Gita. It can be found here…

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Chapter 2

Sanjaya said: Lord Krishna spoke these words to Arjuna whose eyes were tearful and downcast, and who was overwhelmed with compassion and despair. (2.01)

Lord Krishna said: How has the dejection come to you at this juncture? This is not fit for a person of noble mind and deeds. It is disgraceful, and it does not lead one to heaven, O Arjuna. (2.02)

Do not become a coward, O Arjuna, because it does not befit you. Shake off this trivial weakness of your heart and get up for the battle, O Arjuna. (2.03)



Arjuna said: How shall I strike my grandfather, my guru, and all other relatives, who are worthy of my respect, with arrows in battle, O Krishna? (2.04)

It would be better, indeed, to live on alms in this world than to slay these noble personalities, because by killing them I would enjoy wealth and pleasures stained with their blood. (2.05)

We do not know which alternative ¾ to fight or to quit is better for us. Further, we do not know whether we shall conquer them or they will conquer us. We should not even wish to live after killing our cousin brothers, who are standing in front of us. (2.06)

My senses are overcome by the weakness of pity, and my mind is confused about duty (Dharma). Please tell me what is better for me. I am Your disciple, and I take refuge in You. (2.07)

I do not perceive that gaining an unrivaled and prosperous kingdom on this earth, or even lordship over all the celestial controllers will remove the sorrow that is drying up my senses. (2.08)

Sanjaya said: O King, after speaking like this to Lord Krishna, the mighty Arjuna said to Krishna: I shall not fight, and became silent. (2.09)

O King, Lord Krishna, as if smiling, spoke these words to the distressed Arjuna in the midst of the two armies. (2.10)

[“as if smiling” (He is smiling because he is at peace, in transcendental consciousness)]



Lord Krishna said: You grieve for those who are not worthy of grief, and yet speak words of wisdom. The wise grieve neither for the living nor for the dead. (2.11)

There was never a time when these monarchs, you, or I did not exist; nor shall we ever cease to exist in the future. (2.12)

Just as the soul acquires a childhood body, a youth body, and an old age body during this life; similarly, the soul acquires another body after death. This should not delude the wise. (2.13)

The contacts of the senses with the sense objects give rise to the feelings of heat and cold, and pain and pleasure. They are transitory and impermanent. Therefore, one should learn to endure them. (2.14)

Because a calm person who is not afflicted by these sense objects, and is steady in pain and pleasure, becomes fit for salvation. (2.15)


The invisible Spirit is eternal, and the visible physical body, is transitory. The reality of these two is indeed certainly seen by the seers of truth. (2.16)

The Spirit [The Divine] by whom this entire universe is pervaded is indestructible. No one can destroy the imperishable Spirit. (2.17)

The physical bodies of the eternal, immutable, and incomprehensible Spirit are perishable. Therefore fight, O Arjuna. (2.18)

The one who thinks that the Spirit is a slayer, and the one who thinks the Spirit is slain, both are ignorant. Because the Spirit neither slays nor is slain. (2.19)

The Spirit is neither born nor does it die at any time. It does not come into being, or cease to exist. It is unborn, eternal, permanent, and primeval. The Spirit is not destroyed when the body is destroyed. (2.20)

O Arjuna, how can a person who knows that the Spirit is indestructible, eternal, unborn, and immutable, kill anyone or causes anyone to be killed? (2.21)


Just as a person puts on new garments after discarding the old ones; similarly, the living spirit or the individual soul acquires new bodies after casting away the old bodies. (2.22)

Weapons do not cut this Spirit, fire does not burn it, water does not make it wet, and the wind does not make it dry. The Spirit cannot be cut, burned, wetted, or dried. It is eternal, all pervading, unchanging, immovable, and primeval. (2.23-24)

The Spirit is unexplainable, incomprehensible, and unchanging. Knowing the Spirit as such you should not grieve. (2.25)

Even if you think that the physical body takes birth and dies perpetually, even then, O Arjuna, you should not grieve like this. Because death is certain for the one who is born, and birth is certain for the one who dies. Therefore, you should not lament over the inevitable. (2.26-27)

All beings are unmanifest, or invisible to our physical eyes before birth and after death. They manifest between the birth and the death. What is there to grieve about? (2.28)


Some look upon this Spirit as a wonder, another describes it as wonderful, and others hear of it as a wonder. Even after hearing about it very few people know what the Spirit is. (2.29)

O Arjuna, the Spirit that dwells in the body of all beings is eternally indestructible. Therefore, you should not mourn for anybody. (2.30)

Shalom V’ahavah U’berakhot

Shalom V’ahavah U’berakhot (Peace, Love, and Blessings)

Life is a gift from God. In this world, life comes and goes. We are born, we live and we die. Why? Why do we live? Why do we die? Why does the earth fly? Why do the stars shine? Why is there light? What gives the birds flight?

Life contains happiness and sadness, joy and grief, the bitter and the sweet. Dwelling in sadness is a path to destruction. Therefore it is essential that we transcend sadness, grief, and suffering. Stress and depression lead to destruction. We use logic and reason to determine the clear reality that suffering is not much fun. It is something we do not seek and desire. Yet, so many on Earth suffer. As you read, children all over the world are starving and dying in pain and torment. As you read, people are being molested and murdered. The tears and the pain cannot be ignored anymore. No one wants to suffer. We are repelled by suffering. We want to go where we are happy, or at least content. We want to have enough to drink and eat and we want comfort and relaxation. We like to laugh because it feels good. But how can we laugh while our brothers and sisters, regardless of race, sex, religion, and country of origin, are being brutalized and murdered and raped?

How can we be happy when our loved ones die? How can we be at peace as we visit their graves? On the contrary, it hurls us into rage. Life. It comes and it goes. Coming to terms with the true reality of the life of this world is necessary. Everyone needs to learn why we are here and what our purpose is and why we exist. Where are the answers? How do we know what is true and what is not true? We do not need books, we do not need anyone or anything. All we need to do to get the answers is to sit and close our eyes and ask for the Divine to teach us and to guide us and to help us. Since mankind has lost touch with their intuition, our connection to the Divine has been severed. People are lost. People do not know why they are here or what their purpose in life is. Many rarely even stop to think about the fact that they are alive. People just go about their lives and do what they do and think very little about the Divine.

Our bodies have needs. Human beings have a need for entertainment and relaxation. We want to feel good and we live to attain it. Sex feels good. People like to have sex, so they have sex. Eating relieves the pangs of hunger and makes us feel better, so we eat. Drinking quenches the pain of thirst, so we drink. Watching T.V. fulfills our needs more than just sitting and staring at the wall, so we watch T.V. We live our lives and we work to make money to buy food and to maintain the needs of the body. The body is demanding.

It would seem as though we are our bodies. This is all we know. But in truth, we are mind. We are born into these bodies and we live in these bodies but we are not these bodies. The body comes and it goes. The mind is of the Divine. The Divine gives us life and here it is. You read these words and you understand. But the surreal nature of this world can be gripping. We are attached to those we love. We are comforted by those we love. In all respects, we are not only a part of our loved ones, but we are one with them. When they suffer, we suffer. Grief and sadness and despair come to us in these times. When they die, we die with them. To think that they are just gone and that is it, is torture. What kind of God gives us so much just to take it away? Why does God allow suffering to exist. In all of God’s Might and Power, why doesn’t God help us and relieve us? Why are people being murdered? Why are people being molested? Why do we suffer? What is all this? Life…

It is so complex. Where do we turn? Here in the Middle West most people would turn to the church or the Bible or both. Undergoing study helps us learn and it strengthens the integrity of our understanding. We are told of a time long ago when the human race first came into existence. We are told of the lives of Adam and Eve. According to recorded texts Adam and Eve we created in a state of purity and innocence. In this state of being they would never grow old and they would never die. Forever they would dwell in the Garden of Eden wherein the beauty of heaven shined. At one with the Divine, they would live perpetually in peace, love, and harmony. They would never know sickness or pain or suffering of any kind. They would be happy and joyful and full of energy. They would live in the sublime heavenly garden perpetually and would sing of the glory of the Divine.

But something else happened…A non-human race of other worldly people were at odds with each other. An elder among them condemned the human race and insisted upon its destruction. He vowed his vengeance and swore he would do everything in his power to lead us to destruction. It is not for him to just murder us all. He said that he will do everything in his power to get human beings to break the commandments. If he can get us to break the commandments, then we are destroying ourselves. The commandments are in place for our protection. So long as we live by the commandments of the Divine we will be strong and healthy and we will live. If we break the commands, then we are opening ourselves up to danger and destruction. A father would tell his son when he used a gun for the first time (or a knife or anything dangerous for that matter) that he should be EXTREMELY careful. One mistake can lead to destruction. One mistake can lead to death. Such are the commandments. We are to obey the commandments just as a child is to obey his father. Do NOT point the gun at your face and pull the trigger. Do NOT murder or commit adultery or lie or steal. “Do not steal. Do not lie. Do not deceive one another.” Leviticus 19:11

“Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law (Torah) or the Prophets (Nevi’im); I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. I tell you the truth, until Heaven and Earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law; until everything is accomplished. Anyone who breaks one of the least of these Commandments (Mitzvot) and teaches others to do the same will be called least in the kingdom of Heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of Heaven. For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the Law, you will certainly not enter the Kingdom of Heaven.” Matthew 5:17-20

What are the commandments? What exactly are we commanded? We are told to worship ONLY the Divine. We are told to never murder or cheat on our partner. We are told to keep the Sabbath day holy. We are told to be honest, upright, and pure. So long as we are doing what is expected of us we are good.

Adam and Eve, as we are told, broke the commandments and had to leave the garden and come to dwell in a world wherein hunger and thirst gripped them and death destroyed them. The one who swore to do everything in his power to destroy Adam and Eve led them with deception into error and they came to live on earth as mortals. They experience grief, suffering, and pain. Their bodies grew old and died. We are their descendents accordingly. We will all die.

What did they do to deserve such a harsh punishment? Through their punishment, we are all punished. Now we live on earth and will die. Why? Why does the earth fly? Why does the sun shine?

This happened thousands and thousands of years ago. Today, we turn on the T.V. and we live our lives and we do what we do. Most people do not really care about Adam and Eve. They just want to make money to survive and surrender to the needs of the body. We awaken in a world of suffering. As you read, people are screaming in pain. Children are slowly dying. People are also laughing and happy. What is this place?

Only the Divine can help us. When your heart stops, your mind will separate from your body and you will find yourself in the presence of the Divine. If you have done things that are against the commandments, then you may be punished. No one on earth or anywhere else will be able to help you. Thus we are told to purify ourselves and abstain from evil and to abstain from lying and deception and selfishness and greed and lust. We are told to purify our intention. We are told to abstain from hate. We are taught to embrace compassion. We are taught to do good. We are told that for those who do good and live good, heavenly peace awaits. We are told that those who are able to attain heaven will pass through death and will live forever. We are told that for those who were hateful and greedy and sexually immoral and liars and deceivers, that they would go to hell and be punished. We were given strict commands about guarding ourselves and doing what was expected of us. As harsh as this world may be, it is what it is. We must be good and do good or else we will be punished. There are no secrets. The Divine permeates and sustains our entire being. Mighty is the Power of the Commander of the Universe.

The Power that gives life, takes life. Every night we die. We close our eyes and go to sleep and we are gone. In the morning we are resurrected and we find ourselves alive. The Power that gives life has promised to restore all things. Those who overcome this world will live forever in heaven. We are told that the liars and murderers will go to a place of punishment wherein their souls will be refined in the fire. We are also told of those who do really good in this world having the ability to save their loved ones from punishment and will be able to take them to heaven.

If you have done wrong, ask for God’s forgiveness. If you live a pure life from that moment on, forgiveness will be granted. If you ask for forgiveness for things you have done wrong and then go and keep doing those same things, then perhaps you will not be among those taken to heaven. For only those who love the Giver of life and live according to the commandments will be saved. It will not be long now…we will all come face to face with death and to our Commander we will go. Do good, be pure, be truthful and live in righteousness and innocence. Make the Divine foremost in you life. Learn all you can…seek and you will find…

“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name? Did we not drive out demons in your name? Did we not do mighty deeds in your name?’ Then I will declare to them solemnly, ‘I never knew you. Depart from me, you workers of LAWLESSNESS (anomian).'” Matthew 7:21-23

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