I, Energy – on collective consciousness and old shamanism
How much are we disconnected from the reality as it is?
Old shamanic wisdom is only now being proven and backed by scientists and physicians. Is that what we need to feel safer and start understanding the meaning of life?
A long time ago men believed that the Earth was the center of the Universe. Later on we finally discovered that the sun was the center. To realize some time afterwards that we’re in a galaxy… amongst others, in a Universe that we thought was unique. It isn’t. There’s a Collective Consciousness in the whole Multiverse. And we are all part of it: we all have an important gift to share.
Amongst other issues that have been worked on by old Shamans and Buddhists for ages, science has already proven that humans have energetic auras, and organs that sense energy. That we inherit memories from our ancestors, and that meditation repairs telomeres in DNA, which slows the process of ageing and speeds the process of healing. And finally that we’re made of energy. Pure energy and frequency. And that our brains have the same resonance as the Earth.
In this book, you will find some actual experiences, some learning on healing as a being of energy and how you can do it yourself. The power of meditation and visualization. How western science is now much more open to the Buddhist science of mind, or in fact, working together.
Old shamans were not only healers, but also physicians and cosmologists. They are wise beings on perception and senses.
Tesla gave us tremendous information about all this related to energy that is only now being talked about and proven. Planck too.
We’re heading for a better understanding about life within the Universe, of Collective Consciousness and how it affects each one of us. And how we can affect it as well. To be connected with your higher self. To be Consciousness. To stop fearing death and start living life.
“I, Energy” is a book on Cosmic Consciousness, Quantum Physics and Old Shamanism written by Gonzalo Bénard who not only lived in Himalayas with shamans and in a Buddhist monastery but also in the Western Sahara with old shamans.
Gonzalo Bénard is a lecturer, a tutor of autistic teenagers, and a visual artist. His photography has been part of the annual programs of several universities around the world, and are in several private and public art collections such as Museum of Serralves or Sir Elton John’s. His works are in Hollywood productions and TV series.
You can see his work of photography at his webpage.