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How does one traverse the spiritual landscape to move beyond suffering to experience the peace and love of God, to transcend illusion and realize the state of enlightenment? In this collection of inspiring passages from David R. Hawkins’s work, the reader is reminded of the illusory nature of the personal self (identification of the ego/mind) and the direct pathways to transcend the ego/mind’s trappings.

This pocket edition is designed especially for today’s spiritual student on the go, to inspire contemplation and reflection during a break at work, while hiking in the woods, during a quiet coffee-shop moment, on an airplane, with a partner—in whatever environment one finds oneself. Dissolving the Ego, Realizing the Self is a reliable companion on the aspirant’s quest toward higher truth.

David R. Hawkins – ego and karma

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What blocks spiritual progress? And how do we transcend these blocks?

The spiritual teachings of David R. Hawkins M.D., Ph.D., on the nature of consciousness, spirit, and ego are known worldwide by students seeking to realize spiritual Truth.

As a mystic, Dr. Hawkins has infused the truths found in the precepts of Western religion with the core of Eastern philosophy, bridging the familiar, physical world to the nonlinear, spiritual domain.

This collection of passages, carefully selected from Dr. Hawkins extensive writings, offers readers a new contemplation for each day. Any one of these passages, fully understood, can elevate one’s level of consciousness.

Sir David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., is an internationally renowned psychiatrist, consciousness researcher, spiritual lecturer, and mystic. Author of more than eight books, including the bestseller Power vs. Force, Dr. Hawkins’s work has been translated into more than 17 languages. In the 1970s, he co-authored Orthomolecular Psychiatry with Nobel Laureate Linus Pauling, revolutionizing the field of psychiatry. He made appearances on The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour, The Barbara Walters Show, and the Today show. Dr. Hawkins has lectured at Westminster Abbey, the Oxford Forum, the University of Argentina, Notre Dame, Stanford, and Harvard. He has also served as advisor to Catholic, Protestant, and Buddhist monasteries.

Winner of the Huxley Award, knighted by the Sovereign Order of the Hospitaliers of St. John of Jerusalem, nominated for the Templeton Prize, and honored in the East with the title Tae Ryoung Sun Kak Tosa (“Foremost Teacher of the Way to Enlightenment”), Dr. Hawkins’s work continues to have a profound impact on humankind. Website: http://www.veritaspub.com

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The Path To Enlightenment

Each step along the way to enlightenment is exciting and rewarding when its essence is revealed. Taken out of context, any critical insight can seem baffling, yet intriguing. For each seeker, there are important key understandings that light the way and facilitate success. This is a collection of such truths that serve as fulcrums for major leaps forward. Although there are many doorways to heaven, each seeker must find his or her own route.

These 16 spiritual quotes from Along the Path to Enlightenment: 365 Daily Reflections will be of great value to you on your journey:

1. To become more conscious is the greatest gift anyone can give to the world; moreover, in a ripple effect, the gift comes back to its source.

2. Spiritual development is not an accomplishment but a way of life. It is an orientation that brings its own rewards, and what is important is the direction of one’s motives.

3. What can you actually do to be helpful to the world? Make a gift of your life and lift all mankind by being kind, considerate, forgiving, and compassionate at all times, in all places, and under all conditions, with everyone as well as yourself. That is the greatest gift anyone can give.

4. Out of all-inclusive, unconditional compassion comes the healing of all mankind.

5. In a universe where “like goes to like” and “birds of a feather fly together,” we attract to us that which we emanate.

6. Every act or decision we make that supports life supports all life, including our own. The ripples we create return to us.

7. One basic principle has the power to resolve the problems of the social marketplace: Support the solution instead of attacking the supposed causes.

8. In truth, we exist and survive, not because of the ego, but in spite of it.

9. To best serve the world, seek enlightenment and transcend illusions rather than contribute to them.

10. To transcend the world requires compassion and acceptance, the result of inner humility, by which the world is surrendered to God with increased peace of mind.

11. What the ego cannot lift with all its might is like a feather to the grace of God.

12. To win in life means to give up the obsession of “who’s at fault.” Graciousness is far more powerful than belligerence. It is better to succeed than to win.

13. By its nature, the pathway to God is not easy. It requires considerable courage, fortitude, willingness, and forbearance. It is strengthened by humility and a benign conscience.

14. An extremely valuable insight that is learned by all spiritually evolved persons in the course of their development is seeing one’s own personal consciousness as the decisive influence that determines all that occurs in one’s life.

15. Holding a goal in mind is inspirational and actually helpful to its accomplishment, because what is held in mind tends to actualize. However, it is a mistake to attack oneself with guilt for failing to achieve the ideal. Upon examination, it will be frequently discovered that it was not really the goal that was desired, but the satisfaction that was associated with it.

16. It’s pleasing to discover that it isn’t necessary to drive oneself forward; instead, one can simply allow oneself to move forward as blocks are removed. Thus, one becomes attracted by the future rather than propelled by the past.

Excerpted from Along the Path to Enlightenment: 365 Daily Reflections from David R. Hawkins, edited by Scott Jeffrey. Copyright © 2011 (Hay House).

Sir David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., is an internationally renowned psychiatrist, consciousness researcher, spiritual lecturer, and mystic.

David R. Hawkins Interview on Oprah and Friends (Part 1 of 3)

David R. Hawkins Interview on Oprah and Friends (Part 2 of 3)

David R. Hawkins Interview on Oprah and Friends (Part 3 of 3)

Sir David Ramon Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., affectionately called “Doc,” died peacefully at home in Sedona, Arizona, on September 19, 2012, at the age of 85.

The present work describes a simple and effective means by which to let go of the obstacles to Enlightenment and become free of negativity. During the many decades of the authors clinical psychiatric practice, the primary aim was to seek the most effective ways to relieve human suffering in all its many forms. The letting go technique (surrender) was found to be of great practical benefit and is described in this book.

Sir David Ramon Hawkins M.D., Ph.D.

Obituary Hawkins, Sir David Ramon M.D., Ph.D. affectionately called “Doc,” died peacefully at home in Sedona, Arizona, on September 19, 2012, at the age of 85. He was born on June 3, 1927, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He is survived by his wife Susan J. Hawkins of Sedona, step-daughter Sarah J. Humphrey (Josh Spradling), and step-granddaughter Evren L. Spradling of Peoria, Arizona.

Dr. Hawkins was renowned as a physician, author, lecturer, and researcher of consciousness. After serving in the U.S. Navy during WWII, he graduated from the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1953. For the next 25 years, he lived in New York, where he directed the largest psychiatric practice in the state. In 1973, he co-authored Orthomolecular Psychiatry with Nobel Laureate chemist Linus Pauling. Dr. Hawkins spent his last three decades in Arizona. In 1983, he established the Institute for Spiritual Research, a nonprofit organization dedicated to consciousness research.

In 1995, at the age of 68, he published the book, Power vs. Force, translated into 25 languages, with over a million copies sold. Just before his passing, he completed his twelfth book, Letting Go: The Pathway of Surrender. His numerous awards include The Huxley Award for the “Inestimable Contribution to the Alleviation of Human Suffering,” Who’s Who in the World, and a nomination for the prestigious Templeton Prize that honors progress in Science and Religion. In recognition of his contributions to humanity, Dr. Hawkins was knighted in 1996 by the Sovereign Order of the Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem.

In 2000, he was bestowed the title, “Tae Ryoung Sun Kak Tosa” (Teacher of Enlightenment), in Seoul, Korea. He was a member of the VFW, American Legion, Elks Lodge, Mensa International, the first U.S. Zen Institute, St. Andrews Episcopal Church, and he was the first president of the Country and Western Dance Club in Sedona. Internationally, Dr. Hawkins was the founder of Devotional Nonduality, a spiritual pathway that teaches unconditional love and Self-Realization. In lieu of flowers or gifts, tax-exempt donations may be made to the Institute for Spiritual Research. http://www.veritaspub.com.

Published in The Arizona Republic on September 30, 2012

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A Lesson on Surrender ~ Dr David R. Hawkins

This Author’s Official Revised Edition includes several crucial updates since the original publication, including a more thorough explanation of the muscle-testing technique as well as changes to the text made by Dr. Hawkins as he read the book for an audio recording in 2006. David R. Hawkins details how anyone may resolve the most crucial of all human dilemmas: how to instantly determine the truth or falsehood of any statement or supposed fact. Dr. Hawkins, who worked as a “healing psychiatrist” during his long and distinguished career, uses theoretical concepts from particle physics, nonlinear dynamics, and chaos theory to support his study of human behavior. This is a fascinating work that will intrigue readers from all walks of life!

From the Author of Power vs. Force:

All human endeavors have the common goal of understanding or influencing human experience. To this end, man has developed numerous descriptive and analytical disciplines: Morality, Philosophy, Psychology, and so on. Regardless of what branch of inquiry one starts from—philosophy, political theory, theology—all avenues of investigation eventually converge at a common meeting point: the quest for an organized understanding of the nature of pure consciousness. To explain that which is simple can be difficult indeed. Much of this book is devoted to the process of making the simple obvious. If we can understand even one simple thing in depth, we will have greatly expanded our capacity for comprehending the nature of the universe and life itself.

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David R. Hawkins, M.D. Ph.D.
There is no “this” causing a “that”...
The difference between talking about & knowing the Truth.

Author of the world best seller book “Power vs. Force”, Dr. David R. Hawkins talks about the difference between talking about & knowing the Truth.

Prior works by the author established a new clinical science of TRUTH based on research into the nature of consciousness itself and, for the first time, delineated the means by which truth can be differentiated from falsehood.

Numerous study groups arose worldwide to investigate the unique value of this new spiritual science and its numerous applications in all areas of human life, especially in relation to spiritual evolution.

The previous books have been valued by spiritual devotees for they present a subjective experiential, as well as theoretical, framework by which to seek enlightenment and advance one’s own level of consciousness.

The preceding volumes in this series provide clarity by recontextualization of the world’s spiritual literature and experience. This book is a practical “how to” guide devoted to the techniques and information that facilitate actual inner transformation and liberation from the limitations of the ego.

The information provided is a distillation of professional clinical knowledge derived from 50 years’ experience in psychiatry, psychology, psychoanalysis, and as a consultant to Protestant and Catholic ministries, Zen monasteries, and spiritual communities and groups along with extensive personal transformative and inner subjective transcendence of the levels described.
Dr. Hawkins writes from all those levels simultaneously and is dedicated to the student’s own evolution of consciousness to the state of Enlightenment itself.

David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., Director of the Institute for Advanced Spiritual Research, is an internationally known author, spiritual teacher, and authority within the fields of consciousness research and spirituality. His published works and recorded lectures have been widely recognized as unique in that a very advanced state of spiritual awareness occurred in an individual with a scientific and clinical background who was later able to explain the unusual phenomenon in a clear and comprehensible manner.

Dr. Hawkins writes and teaches from the unique perspective of an experienced clinician, scientist, and mystic. He has been knighted and honored worldwide with many titles. In the Far East, he is a recognized “Teacher of the Way to Enlightenment.” (“Tae Ryoung Sun Kak Dosa”) Dr. Hawkins has lectured at well-known universities worldwide and to spiritual groups from Westminster Abbey and Notre Dame to Catholic, Protestant, and Buddhist monasteries. His life is devoted to the spiritual evolution of mankind.

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David R. Hawkins – Consciousness Is The Mind Of God.

Dr. David R. Hawkins -Transcending Form, moving from saintly to enlightened realms

Since the publication of his book Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior (over 200,000 copies sold in 17 languages), David Hawkins, MD, PhD, has become a popular and at times controversial figure in the world of consciousness studies. In attempting to chart levels of spiritual maturity and the veracity of any claim or statement by using a technique called behavioral kinesiology, he has attracted a vast audience of both readers and therapists intrigued by his work and has sparked debate among scientists and others who challenge both the technique and his application of it.

Hawkins and his wife, Susan (his exclusive kinesiology partner and coresearcher), have used simple muscle-testing to “ calibrate” belief systems, historical events, and the levels of consciousness of various human beings, from the beginning of history up to the present time. While acknowledging the high resonance of saints and inspirational leaders (such as Gandhi), certain documents (such as the Bible and the U.S. Constitution), and emotional states (bliss and joy, for example), he also claims that global warming is caused not by humans but by magnetic activity on the surface of the sun and that most of humanity calibrates at a level of less than 200, which he describes as “nonintegrous”—that is, showing a generalized weakness in spirit. In Hawkins’s schema, 200 represents the demarcation point between truth and falsity. His Map of Consciousness charts a wide range of mind-states on a scale from 1 (lowest) to 1,000 (highest). David Hawkins is not your typical spiritual pedagogue.

In 1973, he coauthored with Nobel laureate Linus Pauling the seminal book Orthomolecular Psychiatry. Hawkins is a distinguished fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, was nominated for the Templeton Prize, and claims to have had a number of profound spiritual experiences since the age of three. In this excerpted interview, artist-writer Pamela Becker
talks with Hawkins about his work and his beliefs on the evolution of consciousness.

Pamela Becker: Let me ask you about the nature of your teachings, which you refer to as “Devotional Nonduality.” From my understanding, nondual means neither subject nor object. How does one surrender to something neither here nor there?

David Hawkins: In religious and spiritual literature nonduality is a very specific area. Classically, the closest thing is Advaita Vedanta in Hindu philosophy. The research technique we use differentiates between the domains of the linear—including perception, definition, logic, and reason—and the nonlinear, which is context. Out of context arises significance and meaning. All of the great teachers throughout time say, “Let go of your attachment to the linear,” to the definition of things, and as you do that, you begin to experience the nonlinear aspects. [They then] become the greater reality, and your own consciousness advances as a consequence. The linear is limited to this world; if you are nothing but linear, that would make you think that there’s nothing once the physical collapses.

PB: Which is how most people view things. What would be the best way to let go of the linear? Is acceptance the same as surrender?

DH: They are similar. Attachment occurs when the ego seems to see some gain in it. Perception is really a projection of the ego. Descartes’ famous statement, Cogito, ergo sum (I think, therefore I am), differentiates res interna (how a thing looks) from res externa (how things actually are). To differentiate perception from essence is what spiritual work is all about. Our research is very specifically focused on differentiating essence from appearance. When we calibrate the consciousness level or energy of something, we are looking for the essence and not the perception. We are looking at what is inside. The world looks at the sheep’s clothing, but we see the wolf inside—or vice versa.

PB: The ego has a hard time accepting things it doesn’t like.

DH: There are certain rules and disciplines that apply to almost any spiritual pathway—for example, letting go of aversions and attachments, accepting everything as it is, and focusing on the perfection of all things. Once you let go of your judgments, they are recontextualized. When they are recontextualized, you can see that something is just whatever it is—neither good nor bad.

PB: So the only way to do that quickly would be in the moment when it is arising in you?

DH: [With] mindfulness, you are aware of what is arising within you, and you can choose to let it go. You feel the energy of being irritated arising, and you don’t wait until you’re in a full temper tantrum. You let go of it. With more advanced spiritual awareness, you are constantly aware of the leading edge of what is arising within your consciousness, and you are constantly surrendering that to God as it arises. You stop trying to control it or resist it. It is like riding the crest of the wave. You are not clinging to the past and you are not anticipating the future, because the future has no reality until it gets here. A good example comes from Alcoholics Anonymous and its 12-step program:

A guy goes to an AA meeting looking bedraggled and unhappy.
Someone asks him, “What’s the matter with you?” He says, “My wife was killed, my house burned
down, I lost my job, and now I’m bankrupt.” So the other guy says, “Yeah, but that was yesterday.”

[Laughs] That’s a basic in the 12-step program: Be in the present and live one day at a time, because if you don’t keep letting things go, they accumulate, and you’ll end up the prisoner of them, with so many resentments and griefs that you become immobilized.

PB: You have acquired quite a following in recent years. Any concern that your teachings are becoming distorted or misinterpreted due to the sheer volume of interest?

DH: Even in the New Testament, which calibrates in the 800s, you suddenly have the Book of Revelations, which calibrates at 70; in every religion, that which is negative or evil has managed to sneak in the door and contaminate it. I have bulwarked everything I have said. Experientially, I have been the witness, testified to [the authenticity of my teachings], and calibrated them. I have cited the references in history that confirm them and have tried to show students how to confirm a statement. All of my books are extensively referenced. So I feel that my work is more safeguarded than any teaching I know of in history.

PB: I have found people referencing your Map of Consciousness with their own calibrations and have to question their legitimacy. Do you?

DH: These are people who don’t understand the work and are seeking to profit. They will tell you they can raise your consciousness 100 points, and it will only cost $350. For $5,000, one guy calibrates you every hour and claims you will become enlightened in two weeks. I tell people to go back to what I’ve written and listen to my lectures before trying to use or manipulate the technique. People are always trying to put me in a position of trying to convince others [of the validity of my work]. I am not interested in persuading people; I just give them the evidence. If they are truly interested in the truth, they will be drawn to it, and if they are not, they will find some way to negate it.

PB: According to your calculations, the overall level of consciousness of the world recently dropped a few points. If this is true, might it affect the ability of an individual to rise?

DH: I haven’t researched whether the capacity to advance individually is independent of the overall level.

[Hawkins tests the statement on his partner’s, Susan’s, arm. It stays strong, thus confirming that one’s capacities are independent.]
It’s an individual matter. You are not controlled by the prevailing consciousness level of the world. We are at the effect of our own experience of the world.

PB: It is hard for people to find the voice of guidance within, and even if they do, such as through the use of kinesiology, following through is difficult. Do you have any advice for people trying to find or listen to this voice?

DH: It is not so much a voice as an inclination to expand the depth of the field. We follow that inclination when we begin to practice spiritual concepts and feel an immediate result. You are very angry, for example, and suddenly you remember to see things differently: You remember the intrinsic innocence of people, that they don’t know any better, or that they couldn’t have done it any differently or they would have. Negative feelings become less and less tolerable, which increases your desire to see things differently in the future.

PB: You had a spiritual breakthrough in 1965, and I’m curious about fluctuations in consciousness and choice. Was your own path a roller coaster? Did you feel like you were moving two steps forward, one step back, or was it a smooth transition?

DH: No, it moves in phases. You could say, in general, [that] you transcend the various levels. Each one is preparatory and opens the way to the next level. I remember going through the stages. You go through a state of universal lovingness, in which you break into tears all the time. You go into a state of joy and ecstasy, and in those states you can’t function.

PB: What levels are those states at?

DH: Sainthood and joyfulness are at 570, and then comes ecstasy at about 590—it is exquisite beyond all description, described by the great saints. Once the ecstasy subsides, the divinity of the presence of infinite timeless peace—satchidananda—shines forth at the level of 600. In that state, you need nothing from the world, nor does life need to go—it makes no difference. But then comes love, and love says, “Yes, but you would be short-circuiting the purpose of being here.” So love returns and continues the conversation.

PB: So would that itself be a fluctuation and choice?

DH: No, it is always there. You see, your consciousness is like a full pipe organ. When you stop playing this note, it doesn’t go away; it remains this entire panorama. At a high level of consciousness, you can be at whatever level you want. So for purposes of functioning, you go into what I call “the persona that interacts with the world,” as I am doing now, because you have to converse and talk and gesticulate and so on. It is just one thing on the organ, because the organ is also in a state of bliss and absolute silence and ecstasy.

Our conversation, our being here, the whole phenomenon as it unfolds is all happening autonomously. There is no personal “I” doing or initiating or deciding it—that’s an illusion. You are an impersonal agent of creation, functioning and fulfilling your potential. The butterfly flies because that is what a butterfly does, but it doesn’t sing a song. Conversation is our being what we are: talkingness. The questions you are asking are already happening on their own, and you become aware of “Oh, I just asked that” 1/10,000 of a second after the phenomenon. With full enlightenment, that 1/10,000 of a second disappears, and suddenly you are transformed into a different dimension of existence. The delay between a that and a me disappears, and that which you are is all there is.

PB: I have heard you say that no one calibratable level is better than another, just different. But wouldn’t you have to agree that some levels are preferable to others?

DH: Well, we are talking about judgmentalism. Is it better to be a chameleon or a crane, a heron or a hippo? You can’t really say that one is better than another because you are projecting preference. Being a hippo is a hippo, and being a crane is something else. It isn’t a matter of better than: It’s that it is what it is. Identity and meaning are identical. If you live in the world of essence, then you see and experience the world differently. You see that everything is just being that which it is in that point of evolution, and eventually the perfection of all things dawns on you—even toward an adolescent who has been brainwashed into thinking that violence is holiness. That is all he or she can believe at that point in this lifetime. This world isn’t celestial, nor is it hell. To my view, it is purgatorial. You have a choice between heaven and hell right here, right now.

PB: You spend a lot of quiet time in contemplation and meditation with nature. Then you are out in the world as a therapist, doctor, and spiritual teacher. How does one navigate these seeming polarities and stay in integrity?

DH: They are not polarities; they are all potentialities. Like a pipe organ, on this one I play the bass notes, and on this one I play the high notes. So the overall orientation is to be of service to the world in whatever way you can be. When your own needs are met, you try to fulfill the needs of the world, to complete the fulfillment of your own potentiality. Each person has a gift.

PB: Your writings and lectures emphasize that peace begins within an individual. The world is in such a state of distress these days. Could you speak briefly about how individuals might “integrously” be involved in the peace movement today?

DH: Peace as a movement . . . is very provocative, and it provokes its opposite. Why? Because it has become politicized, and when politicized, it wants to control. From the viewpoint of yin-yang, it gives you something to oppose. The way to have peace is to be peaceful. If you have it, why would you be protesting about it? Peace is an inner state.

PB: Then would you say the peace movement is a waste of time?

DH: I’d say it is very provocative of its opposite.

PB: How would one access choosing peace?

DH: Peace is an inner decision, you see. How do you bring about peace? Through the collective. Each person, by choosing peace within themselves, raises the overall level of consciousness. As each person chooses truth rather than falsehood and with integrity moves forward in consciousness, that person lifts the collective consciousness of humankind. This collective consciousness is like the level of the sea; as the level goes up, it raises all the ships on the sea. When society reaches a certain level of collective awareness, peace becomes an automatic consequence of that reality. What the peace movement tries to do is pick which ships they are going to lift above the level of the water.

PB: Have you heard of the Law of Attraction and the DVD The Secret?

DH: As if they just discovered it. It has been around forever.

PB: Then it’s not so secret?

DH: What you hold in your mind tends to materialize. That’s an old saw, isn’t it?

PB: Is there any correlation between the Law of Attraction and your model for attractor fields?

DH: No. “Attractor field,” as I use it, is a term from nonlinear dynamics. It is an energy field. You are attracted to your own energy field, that which you resonate with, that which you have become. The Law of Attraction is not a law; it is just an observation. What you hold in your mind tends to materialize [a certain thing] in your life because you are holding the pattern of it and naturally identifying with that pattern.

PB:
There are a lot of people holding in mind Cadillacs and mansions, so wouldn’t the source of your motivation affect what you get?

DH: Wanting it tends to keep it away. You don’t picture wanting a Cadillac; you picture yourself having a Cadillac and being in a Cadillac and being joyful in it and appreciating it.

PB: What is it that a teacher gives to a student?

DH:
The teacher brings knowingness and the energy field of that knowingness, without which a student would not be able to reach it on their own. It’s really an energy transmission, classically called silent transmission, which is a high-energy vibration and aura. So although we are paying attention to what is being said, what’s really happening is that the energy field has become yours and is accessible to you by your agreement. Nobody forces it.

PB: As if I can tune in to your channel because my lightning rod is nearby, and I am able to receive information.

DH: Yes, so each knowingness with your assent would then become “Aha!” What the teacher gives you is the absolute certainty of that knowingness. Others can give you the information, but they cannot give you the power of certainty that makes it work for you.

PB:
So it’s like planting seeds: I throw them down, but if I haven’t watered or cared for them, they won’t become anything.

DH: The energy field has to be of absolute certainty; it can’t be just something nice you read out of a book. AA is a very good example. AA deals with the impossible. Alcoholism was a hopeless condition; nobody survived it until Bill Wilson’s enlightenment. He reached a consciousness level of 575. The light in the room lit up, and suddenly he was in the Presence. Bill got sober, and then he gave it to another. So it was transmitted from one to another. All these people knew that giving up drinking would save their life, but nobody did it. It took the power of his knowingness. And so to this day, every person in AA has a sponsor. A sponsor is somebody who has taken the bit in his teeth and survived it.

PB: So you can’t be a good teacher until you have really experienced and moved through the higher states.

DH: Yes, because you have to experience the reality of it. How could you teach what you don’t actually know?

Hawkins’s newest book, Reality, Spirituality, and Modern Man, was published in October 2008. For more information on his work, go to http://www.veritaspub.com. Parts of this interview were originally published in Four Corners magazine in its August–September 2007 issue.

Pamela Becker is an art director of Four Corners magazine, a professional illustrator, a fine artist, and a writer whose work and life are inspired by her exploration of human consciousness.
http://www.pamelabeckercreations.com.

David Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D, conducted a 29-year study that demonstrated that the human body becomes stronger or weaker depending on a person’s mental state. He created a scale from 1-1000 that mapped human consciousness. Furthermore, he demonstrated that this map can be used as a blueprint to reach higher states of consciousness that can be identified simply by applying a small amount of pressure on an outstretched arm!

Dr. Hawkins’ research is based on a well-established science called kinesiology, which has to do with the testing of an all-or-none muscle response stimulus. A positive stimulus generates a strong muscle response and a negative stimulus results in a demonstrable weakening of the test muscle. Clinical kinesiological muscle testing as a diagnostic technique has been verified widely over the past 25 years.

Not only that, but this simple method has also been demonstrated to be an effective tool for instantly calibrating human consciousness. Hawkins created a scale of consciousness based on current discoveries in advanced theoretical physics and the nonlinear dynamics of chaos theory. And this “map of consciousness” now makes it possible for anyone to advance toward higher levels of enlightenment faster than ever imagined!

After listening to this program, you’ll be able to:

* Advance your level of consciousness and your understanding of human behavior, just by learning the map of consciousness.
* Gain instant access to information that is beyond the capacity of all the world’s computers.
* Detect the exact point in any complex system where the least effort brings about the greatest result.
* Understand the power of a simple attitude adjustment as well as the consequences of various emotional states.
* Learn how people who calibrate high on the map of consciousness can raise the energy level and calibration of thousands of others just by being in their presence!
* Heal yourself of illness or addiction by reaching the state of consciousness in which it vanishes.
* Learn which foods, environments, companies, books, etc. are harmful (low energy) and which are beneficial (high energy).
* Discover the truth or falsity of any statement, irrespective of your opinions or feelings about it.
* And much more!


David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., is an internationally known spiritual teacher, author, and speaker on the subjects of advanced spiritual states, consciousness research, and the realization of the presence of God. He began working in psychiatry in 1952 and has published original research with Nobel Prize winners that helped revolutionize psychiatry. His national television appearances include The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour, The Barbara Walters Show, The Today Show and Oprah and Friends Radio (an interview with Oprah Winfrey).

Dr. Hawkins is the author of the bestselling book trilogy, Power vs. Force, (published in 17 languages), The Eye of the I, and I: Reality and Subjectivity. He is also the author of the bestselling Nightingale-Conant programs The Highest Level of Enlightenment, Truth vs. Falsehood, and The Discovery. David received the Huxley Award, and in 1995 he was knighted by the Sovereign Order of St. John’s of Jerusalem of Denmark.

Dr David R Hawkins Karma and Soul’s Destiny & Lord Byron’s Poem

Dr. David R Hawkins “Karma and Soul’s Destiny” and Lord Byron’s “If That High World” Dr. Hawkins book also decribes: Life itself is not suject to death. If we track the life energy as it leaves the body, we note that it continues on at its calibratable level, the same as before.

The human imagination assumes, of course, that it goes ‘elsewhere’; In Reality there is no ‘elsewher’. Outside time, location, and temporality, there is neither ‘here’ nor there’:there is neither ‘now’ or ‘then’.

If the ego still predominates, the soul will think it is ‘located’ in a specific realm in accordance with its calibratable level of consciousness. It will therefore ‘find and experience its own definition of reality in a nonphysical real.

Dr. David R Hawkins M.D., Ph.D. – Healing and Recovery -Treating/curing/Healing

Dr. David R Hawkins latest book “Healing and Recovery” Forgiveness of self and others. Reaching the field of calibration level of 540 the unconditional love makes us to bring out the healer within ourselves. The innocence of child like consciousness…and its trusting nature and wants to be happy.

When we can reach at the energy field level of 540 of unconditional Love, the revelation of truth and the end result in peace….and there the Healing occurs!!!

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