The greatest scientific inquiry of all

The greatest scientific inquiry of all is an inner one.

For this scientific inquiry one must pay very close attention. Get very still and quiet, in a space of pure observation, without preconceived ideas.

One must enter a state of the most sincere curiosity.  To have  the willingness to look with fresh eyes, as if you’re seeing life for the first time.

It’s from this state of mind I often ask my clients and students to ask this primary question: Is there a loving presence at the heart of all creation?

Is there a Loving Presence (often referred to historically as God) that elegantly, and intelligently, creates you, the singing birds, the old oak trees, the big mountains, and the shimmering stars, in a unified field of miraculous, symbiotic creation?

Or Is the universe an atheistic, nihilistic, randomized blob of disconnected parts appearing by mistake, that has no meaning or purpose?

The answer is not a verbal yes or no.  It’s not a conceptual answer. The answer is not based on conditioned beliefs.

Put aside all the books you read, information you gathered. It doesn’t matter what anyone says, including me. The only question that matters is: What is the truth?

You must discover the answer.

The only way to know the answer is to embody it. You can not remain an outside observer.  You must literally start to become the answer in the cells of your body.

In other words, the only way to know the answer is to allow yourself to be a clear vessel for it. To allow yourself to be fully animated and illuminated by this Divine loving presence.

You only discover the answer by becoming the answer.

You realize the answer only through your own sincere and  direct participation. A profound metanoia.

It’s then you’ll find your life changes in the most positive, and stunning ways.

Your relationships become more deeply connected and dynamic.

Your health, well being, and vitality improves.

Your mind naturally becomes sharper, more intuitive and brilliant.

Your work becomes more inspired, creative, meaningful and on purpose.

Jesus said: The truth will set you free

Once you realize who you really are and why you’re here, your life begins to transform in the most miraculous ways.

I invite you to find out if what I’m saying is true.

Don’t take my word for it.

Explore it like a scientist.

  • Brian Piergrossi

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