An Introduction to the Field — by Thomas Wakefield

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

great Japanese garden design with beautiful water parkIn your imagination let’s sit out on a bench beside a path for a moment. Here we are in a glorious warm morning.  Clouds drift by in the mid morning summer sky and we listen to the leaves rustle on the trees.

We hear the sound of the leaves with the sound of the breeze. We see the leaves move, but we do not see the wind.

The wind is invisible, as is the air. The force which moves the air is invisible. The force that moves that force is invisible. Finer and finer forces, subtle and more subtle forces behind this and all things.

A thought, a feeling, or an intention can start movement. :-) Manifestation as physical or experienced reality begins somewhere as the finest of energies.

There is a force, a subtle substance, with which we are surrounded and with which we are permeated. We might as well call it “life.” My nickname for it is the “soup.” It is a life force, a life source, and re-source. It is the original source, the source of all that is, has ever been or ever will be. Life source / life force / life energy.  It is substance, and energy and potential. It is where everything comes from. It is where everything is. It is vibratory. It is vibration. It is frequency.

It is every thing, every where, every when. It is music, magnetism, rivers, and rocks. It permeates everything in varying densities. It is you.

“We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious
and intelligent Mind.”
— Max Planck, father of quantum theory

What you just read is all part of chapter seven in my book The Objective is Happiness.  The chapter start quote is to let you know how big and far reaching this field and force and you are.  Here is that quote:

“The aphorism, ‘As a man thinketh in his heart so is he,’ not
only embraces the whole of a man’s being, but is so comprehensive
as to reach out to every condition and circumstance
of his life.”
— James Allen

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