Have you been observing the convulsing energy patterns across the Arab world? Are you amazed and shocked at the same time, that an uprising that started in Tunisia travelled across the region to start similar uprisings in other areas? Have you wondered how this kind of phenomenon happens?
What you are witnessing is a phenomenon called ‘morphogenic fields’ where information is passed on from mind-to-mind without any physical contact. An example of this phenomenon at work is when somebody is humming a song in his mind and you ‘pick up’ the same tune almost inadvertently without that person telling you anything about it. Or when entire communities – linguistic, religious, behavioural – function and think the same way without anyone having to necessarily teach them to do so. Like terrorists, for example. That’s morphogenetics at work.
Morphogenic fields are basically non-physical blueprints that give birth to forms. According to its founder, the biologist Rupert Sheldrake, a morphogenetic field is like an electromagnetic field that carries information only, not energy, and it is available throughout time and space. Simply put, he postulates that there is something like a group mind, or species mind, for each type of organism, and that each individual is connected to that shared mind or memory. Such an invisible group mind can account for the spontaneous eruption of behaviours throughout entire populations of animals or humans. Like the behaviour pattern we are seeing in Egypt.
Sheldrake further says that humanity at one point in time will go through a dramatic collective shift in consciousness. For this to happen, a critical mass needs to be reached, which in other words, means a certain number of spiritually awakened individuals need to emerge.
This is best explained by Sheldrake in his ‘Hundredth Monkey Phenomenon’ where he says that a piece of information will remain within a group of people for a period of time till the critical mass is reached. He explains this with an example of 99 monkeys getting to know about an information that remains within the group, till the 100th monkey gets to know about it. That’s when the information spreads and the morphogenic fields start to work.
Translated into simple lingo, if you are wondering when terrorism will end, wait for the critical mass to be reached. It also means we have to consciously connect the goodness of one person with the goodness of another, so that a band of positivity spreads across the world. And it is this collective positivity that will achieve the critical mass that Sheldrake talks about, and bring about positive changes that will counter the negative influences that the world is seeing today.