Divine Matrix: Mirror, Mirror, All Around

DivMat_cvrIn 2007, Gregg Braden released his book, The Divine Matrix: Bridging Time, Space, Miracles, and Belief. In this science-dense book, he explains how Newton’s discovery of gravity in 1687 launched modern science on a trajectory that has created huge problems in the 20th Century. It turns out that Newtonian Physics can explain large bodies like planets in orbit, but it falls apart when scientists examine smaller particles like atoms.

For smaller matter, scientists have resorted to micron microscopes and the mathematical formulas of Quantum Physics to explain what happens at levels too small for a microscope to see. Scientists have not agreed on a term for the Quantum Field, but Braden’s term for it is the Divine Matrix: an intelligent thought field that is always responding to our thoughts and feelings. There’s no way that one blog post can cover a complete introduction to Quantum Physics, but I highly recommend Gregg’s book if you want more details or suggest you view PBS’s NOVA series The Elegant Universe.

Where ancient texts and indigenous cultures have told us that everything is energy and we are all connected, modern science is only just catching the same clue. Where modern science has barely made this discovery via Quantum Physics, many cultures around the world already know this and have learned how to harness it’s energy for human good including immediate shifts in energy and nearly instant healings.

What does this have to do with the Law of Attraction and Deliberate Creation? A LOT! Of the 20 Keys to Conscious Creation that Braden outlines in his book, the first one is this:

Key 1: The Divine Matrix is the container that holds the universe, the bridge between all things, and the mirror that shows us what we have created.

Everything we experience with our senses is part of the Divine Matrix in response to the energy we are sending out through the electro-magnetic field generated by our hearts. In the Divine Matrix, Braden goes on to say…

Because the Divine Matrix constantly reflects our beliefs, feelings, and emotions through the events of our lives, the everyday world provides insights about the deepest realms of our hidden selves. In our personal mirrors, we’re shown our truest convictions, loves, and fears. The world is a powerful (and often literal) mirror, one that isn’t always easy to face. With complete honesty, life gives us a direct window into the ultimate reality of our beliefs, and sometimes our reflections come to us in ways that we would never expect.

In this way, all of your interactions with everything on this physical plane (people, flora, fauna, and inanimate objects) is a mirror of your own state of consciousness. If you recognize this, you can take responsibility for what you’ve created, stand in your own power, and create a better outcome.

The wise Deliberate Creator uses each irritation and struggle in their life as a window into their own consciousness. They are fearless in looking at their mirrors and recognizing patterns, discovering where their thinking has created an undesirable outcome, and making the necessary adjustments.

You can make great strides if you are willing step out of victimhood and take back your power by accepting responsibility. We can overcome situations that others who are unaware of the Divine Matrix might deem impossible or too difficult.

We can heal our physical bodies. We can release our error thoughts that create negative outcomes. We can lovingly confront the parts of ourselves reflected in difficult relationships. If we choose not to consciously address those issues, they will just continue show up over and over and over again in noticeable patterns until we take the time to do the inner work.

When people tell me there is someone in their life they don’t like and they ask me how to use the Law of Attraction (LOA) to remove them, the fastest way is always: stop blaming the mirror and look within yourself.

If you were standing in front of a mirror wearing a red dress that you didn’t like, how much sense would it be to yell at the mirror about the dress?  The same way an image in the mirror will not change until you “change”, our own consciousness must change internally to see the change reflected back to us externally. This is why all the ancient texts and gurus have told us to heal ourselves first. As soon as we address and heal our own consciousness, what is mirrored back to us must change.

If you insist on blaming others for anything, you give them all of your power to change and keep yourself in a state of victimhood. Victims have no ability to regain their power. If you are unwilling to let go of blame and do the inner work, you can remain mired in the difficulty for the rest of your life.

The Divine Matrix is the mirror all around you, the intelligent, responsive field that some call God, Christ Consciousness, All That Is, or Source Energy. The name you give it does not “matter”. How you choose to interact with your mirrors truly does!

I’d love to know what you think about the Divine Matrix “mirror”. Please share your thoughts and comments below.

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7 thoughts on “Divine Matrix: Mirror, Mirror, All Around

  1. This is beautifully written, Nancy. For those who desire to learn more about specific mirrors, Greg’s workshop on The 7 Essene Mirrors can be viewed on you tube. It is about two hours long, but well worth the time it takes to view. I like to watch it periodically even though I have taken extensive notes of each mirror.

    • Thank you so much for the kind words, Jacqueline, and I *second* your recommendation for The 7 Essene Mirrors. It is very much worth the time to watch!!!

      Those Mirrors are:
      1. Mirror of the Moment

      2. Mirror of that which is Judged

      3. Mirror of that which is Lost/Given Away/Taken Away

      4. Mirror of Most Forgotten Love

      5. Mirror of Father/Mother

      6. Mirror of Your Quest into Darkness

      7. Mirror of Self Perception

      Video is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EiBsczafvaA

      Thank you for sharing that, Jacqueline, and for stopping by to comment!

      Many blessings,

    • Michelle, if you have read Greg’s other books, you will like the Divine Matrix. It is filled with a lot of scientific data to support his claims and help the reading understand the philosophical connection between Science and Spirituality.

      You might also like this Co=Creation Cafe conversation I had with Melissa Quiter about the intersection of Science and Spirituality (we quote this book a lot): http://cocreationcafe.wordpress.com/2009/07/06/quantum-spirituality/

      Thanks for stopping by, Michelle!

      Many blessings,

  2. This is so empowering to me, Nancy! I remember many years ago in a particular situation where I quietly changed my thoughts and perspectives related to a certain area of my life. I soon noticed that those situations and others around me changed too. This was my first conscious awareness of how my inner thoughts and feelings about myself and my life were being mirrored back to me, but I had no language to explain it back then.

    Ha! What I’ve noticed with myself is that when I’m sleep deprived, oh, I SOOO want to blame that mirror for everything and victimhood seems much more enticing. LOL When that happens, I may need to allow the wallowing for the moment, while intending to get some rest. The next day, I’m inspired to look inside again.

    Today I ‘am’ well-rested 😉 and so appreciating this reminder, your gift of clarity around this topic.

    • Brenda, I agree that there is nothing like experiencing this first-hand…it teaches what words cannot!

      To your comment…

      “What I’ve noticed with myself is that when I’m sleep deprived, oh, I SOOO want to blame that mirror for everything and victimhood seems much more enticing.”

      …all I can say is WOW! What an amazing discovery and wonderful awareness to have. I will look at that myself to see if it is also my experience.

      As always, I appreciate your insights and sharing, Brenda. Thanks for stopping by!

      Many blessings,

  3. Our external world is a perfect reflection of our internal world, so using the term ‘the mirror’ seems perfectly apt to me. Brilliant post, thank you!

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